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Brit Youths Protest Anti-Gay Poland


ConstantineK 26 | 1389  
4 Jun 2007 /  #91
Quoting: Amathyst
Im a lesbian then I have to tell you that I am not

Don't be shy. We're tolerant...

AAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am a gay tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Amathyst 19 | 2700  
4 Jun 2007 /  #92
Im not...twas Mr G's idea of a joke writing that (mental note to have a word with Mr G, next time he's on)

As for adoption I agree with Mr F, people should look at adopting children in their own country before they starting looking at cute chineese babies....As for Bubs point...I think that a child just deserves to be loved if that happens to be by two people who the same sex then thats fine by me, as I have stated here on the board, I have two gay (male) friends who foster children and are doing a sterling job in doing so, they give respite to parents that cannot cope with difficult children and they give stability and love to the children they foster - their sexuality has not bearing on this and the kids they foster dont seem to care one way or the other.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3504  
4 Jun 2007 /  #93
I think that a child just deserves to be loved if that happens to be by two people who the same sex then thats fine by me,

exactly

people should look at adopting children in their own country before they starting looking at cute chineese babies....

idealy this might be best for all... but adopting isnt always a straight forward process in many countries, rightly or wrongly...

how about white english parents adopting a black english child... how does this come into the equation...?

adoption is a difficult and controversial subject for many
Amathyst 19 | 2700  
4 Jun 2007 /  #94
how about white english parents adopting a black english child... how does this come into the equation...?

Ideally; and this is probably my personal point of view, I think children should be placed with parents of the same ethinic background but if that's not possible due to the lack of people wanting to adopt then I again I think that a loving home is the most important thing.
Amathyst 19 | 2700  
4 Jun 2007 /  #96
My point on "cute chinese babies" was aimed at the new fashion accessory of the stars who seem to think that it's "cool" to have an ethnic child, there are children in the UK and US who are just as in need for a loving home as those in foreign countries, abuse and poverty is prevalent in both countries and children suffer, but this seems to be overlooked.
Decorator 4 | 291  
4 Jun 2007 /  #97
I was a cute baby, but alas, the years have been harsh to me..
szarlotka 8 | 2205  
4 Jun 2007 /  #98
I was a cute baby

i was so far removed from cute that they almost christened me Damien. Apparently the midwife crossed herself !
BubbaWoo 33 | 3504  
4 Jun 2007 /  #99
i used to dribble and fart a lot as a baby... some things never change...
Ranj 21 | 947  
4 Jun 2007 /  #100
You got that right! ;)
ConstantineK 26 | 1389  
4 Jun 2007 /  #101
Im not...twas Mr G's idea of a joke writing that (mental note to have a word with Mr G, next time he's on)

Thanks god...We in Russia, never will adopt a law about gay's wedding and baby adoptions by the gays!!!
beckski 12 | 1610  
4 Jun 2007 /  #102
I was a cute baby, but alas, the years have been harsh to me..

Damn, nature has certainly been unkind to you Mr. Juanes lookalike. Gee, he's really such an undesirable person to resemble. (Kidding of course!)
Great hair! You need to add your pic to the hottie man subject topic. Oooh la la!
Patrycja19 62 | 2683  
17 Jun 2007 /  #103
i used to dribble and fart a lot as a baby... some things never change...

my husband does that tooo .. I have the fan planted due east of me and a spit rag
on ze Pillow! lol
jay uk - | 29  
3 Jul 2007 /  #104
I thought that the gay pride march in Poland was abit over the top - although that might sound abit of a suprise,hearing that from me,but thats what i thought.

When i seen it on BBC news 24,i have to admit i cringed and thought "you bunch of arseholes" talk about fanning the flames - even i wouldnt do that !!

Make a protest by all means - but they were being so provocative and i felt that march caused more damage to a very intolerant country (no offense meant).

The way that gay pride march was conducted was an embarrassment.
sapphire 22 | 1241  
3 Jul 2007 /  #105
I am truly sickened by the homophobic attitudes of some members here.. being gay is not a lifestyle choice.. and if you are, then why shouldnt you feel free to express it any way you choose and to adopt children and have the same freedom and rights that heterosexuals enjoy. I know that Im being idealistic to think everyone will agree with me, but thats my opinion., like it or not.. I'm not gay but I believe in equality for all, regardless of your nationality, skin colour or sexual preference. Perhaps if we lived in a more tolerant society there wouldnt be so many problems.
jay uk - | 29  
3 Jul 2007 /  #106
Perhaps if we lived in a more tolerant society there wouldnt be so many problems.

I agree Saphire, But that march gave the impression that all gays including myself,puts across how gays behave".... it just fuelled the homophodes.

I just felt they rammed it down peoples throats abit and it made people feel uncomfortable.
ukinpoland 5 | 338  
3 Jul 2007 /  #107
but they were being so provocative and i felt that march caused more damage to a very intolerant country

I think that is the case with quite a few of the gays(not allof them,I know). In one of my jobs there was a gay guy who used to sit at the lunch table and tell us all about gay sex acts that he liked to do with his boyfriend. It was sick, however when someone complained we were called homophobes. Another gay person in my previous job liked to kiss his boyfriend in the office when someone walked in and also liked to comment on males rears. I found this strange behaviour because if a male did this to a women they would probably lose their job.
jay uk - | 29  
3 Jul 2007 /  #108
In one of my jobs there was a gay guy who used to sit at the lunch table and tell us all about gay sex acts that he liked to do with his boyfriend

You see i couldnt discuss something like that in a place where different types of people with temperments and attitudes are present .....but some gay guys do.

If its talked about and if your comfortable with it then,thats ok.
RazZ 1 | 180  
3 Jul 2007 /  #109
i dont have any poblem with gays, but they start coming on to me then that freaks me out. but other then that they are just human beings like us and that all what matters.
szarlotka 8 | 2205  
3 Jul 2007 /  #110
but some gay guys do.

And some straight guys act in this way with women present. It's not 'gay' behaviour its uncouth behaviour. Morons are morons irrespective of sexuality.
Decorator 4 | 291  
3 Jul 2007 /  #111
I'm quite flattered if a gay fellow comes onto me, i'm just grateful for the attention ...:-)

I couldn't give a damn if someone is straight or gay..
RazZ 1 | 180  
3 Jul 2007 /  #112
it wont make a difference to u mate, you are 24/7 drunk, you might take a women for a gay :D
jay uk - | 29  
3 Jul 2007 /  #114
Morons are morons irrespective of sexuality

Yeah,i supose you have a point. I just know that if your in a category or walk of life where you can make enemies on the basis of ignorance or bad education or other form of negative properganda,then you know theres some things you cant do in certain places.

Watch out for Katoeys

What are they :)

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