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I was surprised to hear that a park in this hood, of all places, would have any cruising at all. There were Frisbees being thrown, some hippies twirling hula hoops and others walking on tightrope between trees, all set to Turkish music and obscure hip-hop.
You could hear Spanish, German, English, Afrikaans and even a dialect of Arabic from a young group of Muslim girls in hijabs, laughing and picnicking in the grass. I crossed the field toward the southwest corner of the park where the cruising apparently occurred. Funnily enough, I came across a narrow strip of midway: an actual midway, with rides, games and junk food stretched across one area of the park. It was an odd sight to see, what with the greenery and sun. Why not just check it out?
I thought to myself. The cruising will only get better as time goes on, anyway. There were many Muslim families roaming about too, reminding me of my own. My parents immigrated from Lebanon, so I had a strict, religious upbringing. Sure, my coming out was rough and it made me somewhat reject my heritage. It was hard work to find common ground with my family and find respect for one another — it took years, but we managed. It was sort of a reconciliation of both worlds for me.
It made me feel strangely proud to be Lebanese. I exited the midway at the southern tip and continued along the trail toward the pond. It was a massive park. It was relatively quiet around the pond but you could still hear laughs and screams from the midway rides. There was a dock that went around different parts of the water so I walked along it, then stopped and looked out at a swan, swimming freely alone.
There were two other guys lurking about — neither my type — so I moved on. As I kept wandering through the park, I came across a patch of grass with sunbathers, some of who were completely naked. Behind them was a large forested area. This must be it, I thought. I quickly looked behind me, then entered, pushing branches out of my way. There was a large network of dirt paths in there, going every which way.