A Gay Bank? HMMMMMM

So many questions about this

On Monday the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services approved a request by a company that hopes to offer the first-ever “safe space” credit union for gay people.

“Michigan on Monday approved a charter for the new financial institution designed for LGBT customers, clearing the way for online service to begin early in 2020,” Bloomberg has confirmed. “Superbia Credit Union will offer products which are often outside the scope of a more traditional lender, such as loans for transgender people in the process of transitioning.”

Hmmm, don’t most Gay or Bi, or Trans folks use banks now? Hey, if they want their own bank, fine with me. But, again, questions…………

Can straight folks use the credit union too? Or is proof of sexuality needed. Is there a test of some sort? “Yes sir, you can open an account, but, there will be a dance test”

What is “unsafe” about banks/credit unions that serve everyone?

Will Gay customers get FAAAAABULOUS rates?

Will “transitioning” folks get two free accounts?

What about Bisexuals? Or Trysexuals

How about hot college girls who are not Bisexual, but have experimented with other hot college girls? Maybe while showering, or with coconut oil.  Enquiring minds you know

Will all “57 genders” be able to bank there?

Will Pansexuals get free cookware when they open an account?

Will people who identify as rich automatically have larger account balances?

Will Heteosexuals get their own credit union next? Or would that be discriminatory? As if I have to ask………..

Yes, so many questions

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