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Links 1 through 10 of 19 by Tom Coates tagged gaypolitics

Pretty funny as politically charged satires on the horrors of anti-gay rhetoric go. It's not quite as clever as I think it thinks it is. Some of the analogies are a bit forced and hurt their own message. Still, enjoyable.

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I do get into some trouble for not having much of a sense of humour about gay jokes. This is why.

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"The tribunal's president said groups of straight women found homosexual men entertaining but that such attention was dehumanising." I have much experience of being treated like this by unpleasant and arrogant women looking for a pet.

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I can't helping thinking that schools would be bursting with pansies, all over the place. There wouldn't be room enough to sit down.

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Their concern - whether the shrill voices that argue against homosexuality are representative of the wider population. Their conclusions, pretty much totally no. Awesome. Sometimes the British really cheer me up.

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Now this is where we should be. This is gay satire unashamed to take the piss out of idiots. This isn't apologetic rhetoric, it's full-blown ridicule assuming the audience is on your side already. Awesome.

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The argument here is about Ruth Kelly's positions on gay adoption, which is widely considered to be as a result of her Catholicism and is considered by some to be incompatible with a role to promote equality within her ministry...

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An interesting and fairly-balanced set of comments from people. Interesting point, it is already against the law to refuse to look at candidates for adoption on the grounds that they're devoutly Catholic...

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My favourite bit is the place where the agencies will currently refer gay couples to places where they could adopt, but consider that doing it themselves would not be in the best interests of the children. Hardly a matter of principle then...

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He states, "What they are saying is if you are offering services you must be prepared to allow people to practise actions that you believe are wrong." And of course that's exactly what it says. Because if it doesn't harm him it's none of his business...

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