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Rural life still grim for many gays

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  1. Come to Cheshire where homophobia and sexist attitudes reign, the NHS is obstructive and local councillors are homophobic, whose attitude is ‘we don’t have those sort of people living here, and if we do will make life unpleasant for them so they will leave the village’. So, I agree with this research.

  2. Craig (Editor) 16 Apr 2007, 2:45pm

    I went to a pub last night in the countryside near Bath and the Landlord said that he has often banned gays from his pub for there own safety incase of queerbashing.Will the new law cover landlords from discriminating in this way?

  3. live in a small village dont really go out although I am in a group called dyfed dinners and have not felt any problems with straight people when I go out you just shouldent be in peoples faces and they leave you alone have never had any problems but keep myself to myself

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