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"Comrade"denotes "gay" implications?

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No More comrades in Bejing Buses. This article in the Business line dated 2 June 2010 Variety Page 20 (Last Page) informs.
This also suggests that the word comrade is obsolete form of address often denoting "gay" implications .Bus staff address passengers as "Sir" or "Madam"

Is it so? I hope you are able to read the entire article in Business line site Jambu:D
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