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Comment by Daniel W on January 25, 2011 at 10:27am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1yk85znbpY&feature=player_embedded

Advertising has come a long way. This was a superbowl ad?
Comment by Daniel W on January 24, 2011 at 9:46pm
I cant get it to post either....   must be a plot by christian homophobes.  Im sure of it.  :-)
Comment by Daniel W on January 24, 2011 at 9:41pm

MIke, they keep fooling around with the comment editor. You can be left justified. You can be right justified. You can be centered. Etc. Try clicking on the HTML button then post the video. Works when starting a topic too.

Really funny video.

 

Comment by Daniel W on January 22, 2011 at 11:52pm
This is so wrong.  So very wrong.  On Amazon if you want one.
Comment by Daniel W on January 20, 2011 at 8:14am
Heartwarming.
Comment by Richard Healy on January 19, 2011 at 6:59pm

Gay couple turned away from Bed and Brekafast hotel in UK win ruling that this was direct discrimination and therefore illegal and equality legislation.

The ruling establishes that Civil Partnerships for Gays in the UK deserve and have equal protec... as heterosexual marriages from discrimination. (The hotel in question was run by Christians who had had a double-bed policy that was only for "married" couples.)

 

Judge's ruling set to be a cause for concern to Conservatives (rightly so!!!)

 

"Whatever may have been the position in past centuries it is no longer the case that our laws must, or should automatically reflect the Judaeo-Christian position." He goes on to quote Lord Justic Laws in his ruling over the similar case of a Relate counsellor dismissed for refusing to offer sex advice to gay couples: "The general law may of course protect a particular social or moral position which is espoused by Christianity, not because of its religious imprimatur, but on the footing that in reason its merits commend themselves."

 

Reflections on the effect The Equality Act 2006 has had on moving towards a less prejudical society in Britain behind the link....

 

it warms my secular heart to see a religion being told "NO!"

However, being a civil suit and therefore a case of competing rights, and becuase the judge found in favour of the the couple bringing the case which is consistent with the legislation, it necessarily means the hoteliers rights are being impinged, hence they have been given leave to appeal the ruling, but one wonders on what grounds an appeal could be made or attempted successfully.

So it will probably stand as a new piece of case law precendent clarifying the legislation (establishing civil partnerships and the application of the equality act to them) thus putting the rights of gays in civil partnerships on equal legal footing in terms of protection from direct discrimination of denial/restriction of goods and services, as heterosexual married couples.

And that is a very good thing.

America, take note.

Comment by dr kellie on January 15, 2011 at 10:17am

Sentient, your list makes me laugh and cry.  So pathetic!

Healy, your gym tale is awesome.  It reminds me of one time when I was with my main fag, Sergio, at the bar my then time gf managed, and he told me he had shaved his balls and he wanted me to feel them. We scurried off to the women's bathroom and he unzipped his pants and put my right hand on his balls.  We thought the bathroom was empty, but a stall door came open and a woman looked at us in disgust.  She said, "Yall are sick.  I'm telling the manager."  We loled because we knew my gf would think it was hilarious and tell her to get lost.

Comment by Daniel W on January 15, 2011 at 10:15am
5. Richard's gym
6. Church. Especially during communion or baptism.
Comment by Geraldo Cienmarcos on January 15, 2011 at 12:49am

 

VIDEO: Progressives and the LGBT movement


from GRIT-TV YouTube channel.

GRITtv: Richard Kim, Richard Burns & Naomi Clark: Progressives and the LGBT Movement 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_b9ZXlJ9QQ 

 

 

Comment by Richard Healy on January 15, 2011 at 12:18am

I was once at the gym and as i was tying my shoelace the guy stood opposite me dropped his shorts and began shaving his balls with a disposable razor.

 

That still gives me many happy memories.

 

So can we add 'my gym' to the list?

 

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