it has nothing to do with discrimination,its just common decency,thats all!Originally Posted by AllAmericanRageJunky
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Thread: Is homophobia illegal?
10-04-2005 11:18 PM #46man with broken keyboard....
10-04-2005 11:21 PM #47
a discussion...which was promptly high jacked by our token Neo-Con.
10-04-2005 11:24 PM #48Originally Posted by DEANO MAC
10-04-2005 11:32 PM #49Originally Posted by AllAmericanRageJunkyman with broken keyboard....
10-04-2005 11:36 PM #50
i have been reading the thread, that's why i'm not trying to accuse you of being one, but you are making yourself out to be one by going into a thread about gay's kissing in public, and complaining about people kissing in public.
Look i'm with you on the "people shouldn't suck face in public places" thing, matter of fact i think we already sorted that out earlier in the thread.
10-04-2005 11:42 PM #51Originally Posted by AllAmericanRageJunkyman with broken keyboard....
11-04-2005 12:26 AM #52Rampant Poster
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This is just great - some one who does not like gays is branded a "phobic", implying some form of mental illness as there is no logical explanation for being scared of gays, prompting the left to bully these phobics, claiming this type of phobia should be made illegal, leaving me with no option but to bring up that wonderful mantra...What About Their Human Rights???
The hatred of gays the quiet majority retain will be made illegal right after Labour introduce The Thought Police.
11-04-2005 12:28 AM #53
I have to concede that I don't necessarily want to see people all over each other in pubs, but I also know it happens. Loads of couples do it. I've seen worse, to be honest, and I have kissed girls in public. I was in a club though and I do think there's a sort of separation between being in a club and a pub / bar. Maybe it's to do with the lighting? I dunno, does anyone else think of it like that?
11-04-2005 12:43 AM #54Where do you drink? At the Adolph Hitler Arms?
Grow up, get your arse out the fantasy land and come join us in the real world.
Its seems you are prepared to label anyone with a different political opinion to you a nazi, shame you dont go to a few more of them gypsy camps, then you would see real homophobia and racism................ah,hhhhhhhhhhh but you stick up for them dont you?
Funny old world in cloud cuckoo land aint it?
11-04-2005 12:50 AM #55
off topic i know, but all this talk of Hitler remindes me of the theory that hitler himself was gay...never mind.
11-04-2005 01:30 AM #56Originally Posted by DEANO MAC
Old people kissing can be seen as offensive too.Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.
11-04-2005 02:10 AM #57Originally Posted by -[MoonRat]-man with broken keyboard....
11-04-2005 10:04 AM #58TheSite.org convert
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Personally, I don't especially like seeing any couple sucking one another's faces (or anything else) in public. Showing affection, yes - all over one another, no.
That applies to straight and gay couples alike.
For those who think there's some sort of difference and that straight couples are okay to hold hands etc, but gay couples should not - well, frankly, go fuck yourselves! I'll hold hands with my boyfriend where the fuck I like, thankyou very much. If you've a problem with it, it's your problem not mine, so get over it.
The hatred of gays the quiet majority retain...
11-04-2005 10:20 AM #59
I see nothing wrong with holding hands, a gentle kiss, but groping in public in an obvious starter to sex is in normal social environments unacceptable, and there is no need for it.
If I'm having a drink or meal I just don't want to see overt sexual activity being performed in front of me - I think its done simply for the sake of embarrassing the people around them! Its just selfish exhibitionism.
11-04-2005 10:28 AM #60Postoholic
Originally Posted by satehenI don't want no problems cause I put you down
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