If you ever read the news and find yourself wondering, "What in gay hell?" then, boy, do I have a story for you.
Because speaking of Gay Hell, it is now the actual name of an actual town in Michigan.
YouTuber Elijah Daniel announced Monday that he had bought the entire town and renamed it Gay Hell to protest the Trump administration's ban on Pride flags outside US embassies during Pride Month.
(Yes, ICYMI, the Trump administration recently denied requests from multiple US embassies to fly the Pride flag from their flagpoles.)
So, in his second act as the owner of Gay Hell, Elijah also announced that the only flags allowed to fly in the town are Pride flags.
This isn't his first trip to Hell, though. In 2017, he became mayor of Hell for a day, during which he took the opportunity to "ban all heterosexuals from entering our town."
And if you think Elijah's stunt goes a little too far, just remember there's a host of things gay people can't do that straight people can — so if it takes moving to Gay Hell to live our lives in peace, I know a whole bunch of people who are ready to buy a one-way ticket.