Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Here’s a Surprisingly Rational Planned City in the Persian Gulf

The petro-states of the Persian Gulf do not lack for outlandish and ambitious urban projects: See the man-made islands of Dubai, a supertall curved skyscraper in Kuwait, or the enormous clock tower in Mecca that’s the size of six Big Bens. The region also has a particular penchant for planned cities—scratch-built instant metropoli built in the hope of diversifying economies that now rely heavily on oil.

But these projects don’t always live up to their lofty expectations. After more than a decade,…