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British ambassador to Poland accused of "ignorance" for supporting gay rights


Amathyst 19 | 2,702  
16 Dec 2009 /  #61
happycamper

How can you really have a nick like "happycamper" and insult gay people

But at least gay men look after themselves!

True. But hetros are catching up...or should I say metros ;0)

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It is all the cream the rub into their faces........

Its not called cream dear!

Dont forget the protein drinks!

LOL!

I bet some of you macho homophobes, would love to grab a queer, drag him back to his closet and give him a good what for!

Do you mean a good seeing to?
OP Happycamper  
16 Dec 2009 /  #62
Er...you are misquoting me, the text you attribute to me isn't mine.....

You are absolutely right I'm trolling.
Trolling around winding up homophobes.
jonni 16 | 2,485  
16 Dec 2009 /  #63
And isn't a certain president reputed to be queer?

His twin brother. And a certain Zbigniew Z.
f stop 25 | 2,513  
16 Dec 2009 /  #64
why this fascination with other people sexual practices? Unless it becomes a criminal matter, work harder at applying your imagination to other thoughts.
jonni 16 | 2,485  
16 Dec 2009 /  #65
f stop

A certain type of heterosexual often has strong views on homosexuality. Those of us who are gay just get on with life.

There is a political issue though, within the gay community, about fellow homosexuals like Jarosław Kaczyński, who are in politics, are gay (according to sources including Wałęsa), but actively work against the rest of us. In his case, certain of his alleged personal habits before he became premier might have led him to be arrested under laws he upheld while in office.

It isn't so much about the sexuality. More about ensuring equal treatment under the law for all human beings.
f stop 25 | 2,513  
16 Dec 2009 /  #66
My personal theory is that men think about sex so often that they can't help themselves but to keep imagining sex even when they run accross homosexuals. That's why they get so freaked out by them! LOL

As far as equal treatment - Poland has ways to go.

But, I have to admit, I have some views against gays as well. For example, I think gay marriage should be legal but it should have a different name. Word 'marriage' should be reserved for a union between man and a woman. Can't help it...
jonni 16 | 2,485  
16 Dec 2009 /  #67
f stop

There's something in that! Gays do it too but in reverse.
f stop 25 | 2,513  
16 Dec 2009 /  #68
I don't know, jonni... I don't think gays get "freaked out" and phobic about straight men.
Nevermind. I get it.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,443  
16 Dec 2009 /  #69
Er...you are misquoting me, the text you attribute to me isn't mine.....

no, it is not yours but it was included in your post. There is no other way of quoting on this site.

You are absolutely right I'm trolling.
Trolling around winding up homophobes.

well, it is an easy target, but if that what makes you happy, then, by all means, go crazy.

On the other hand, I don't think that such behavior will benefit homosexuals in general, which you don't seem to be overly concerned with.

I though that being a homosexual was about having an intimate/romantic/commited relationship with the same sex partner. Trying to wind up homophobes will only add more fuel to the already "strained" relationship between the hetero and the homo people in Poland.

I believe that the change will slowly come once the law allowing homosexuals the same rights is implemented by the Polish government. Time will tell.
Mr Grunwald 30 | 2,004  
17 Dec 2009 /  #70
"British ambassador to Poland accused of “ignorance” for supporting gay rights "
Well if his mission was to make it better for the homosexual - he failed
If his mission was to make the relations better between UK - Poland - he failed
If his mission was to relax and do something private like meeting some people giving them leaflets then - sucess!

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