It turns out that there’s a least one gay person who says he used to be a friend of Kim Davis. These days – he’s not so sure. Via the Daily Beast:
Dallas Black of Morehead, Kentucky called The Daily Beast after a fruitless search for the anti-gay marriage clerk said she had gay friends in an interview on Good Morning America. Black said he’s known Davis his whole life—her first husband is even a distant cousin of his—but said he and Davis became close after she helped him with paperwork at the Rowan County clerk’s office after his mother’s died. While he said Davis wasn’t someone he “would get lunch with,” she would give him advice. Black even had her home phone number. “Even after this all started, I went in a few days later and we spoke,” he said. “We talked about how each other were feeling, and how we’re gonna be friends even after all this.” Now he said doesn’t recognize her. “I really don’t know who Kim is at the moment. I really want to believe that the kind, sweet person who was there when my mom passed away is still there,” he said. “I was friends with Kim in the past, but I don’t know this woman I’ve been seeing.”
Black says that he resents what Davis has done to the good name of his hometown, which is one of the few in Kentucky to have approved a local LGBT rights ordinance.