Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Can the L.A. River Avoid ‘Green Gentrification’?

Los Angeles is where it is because of the river that runs through it. Tongva people lived along the river, around what is now downtown L.A., for centuries. The Spanish camped there when they first passed through. Pobladores established a town there. It grew into a city.

The river, which once rampaged in wet winters, was tamed by concrete beginning in the late 1930s. People forgot there was a river. It became a flood-control channel.

Now the Los Angeles River is roaring back. There are plans to rev…