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Discrimination protections become law

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  1. Well, if that’s the case, I’m booking into Tom Forrest’s B B in Scotland tonight with some of the “Girls”!!

  2. Today is a historical day for the LGBT community, I also understand that church parish council’s will have to abide by the regulations as they are in receipt of Council Tax payments, therefore are Government public funded bodies. Hooray!!

  3. Michael Regan 30 Apr 2007, 2:09pm

    Its a wonderful day that we can finally hit back against the homophobes for refusing us service.The one and only issue is the thought of straight guys and girls coming into our bars. I’m just hoping we don’t get desolved into that culture. I also have fears of straight, drunk women trying to hit on gay men… (shiver)

  4. There’s many clubs like Fire in London, full of drugs and quality music. It’s just the way it is and the way it has been for many many years. Maybe they took everyones photo to see how many people were off their faces on ecstacy?? I’m sure you could work out who’s eyes are dilated. I love pills.

  5. Craig Denney 30 Apr 2007, 4:26pm

    Well done everybody!Today is a day that will go down in history!As of today the gay community will no longer be ignored, unless the homophobes have a very good (legal) reason to ignore us.

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