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Wales sees gay hate convictions rise

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  1. Welsh politicians are ignorant and confused under all this politically correct pressure. Homosexuality is an immoral behaviour, which leads to filthy life-style and destruction of human lives. To condone such a thing is a suicide. Of course, beating homosexuals is not a right thing, but to promote homosexuality is an idiocy!

  2. Dave North 20 Apr 2009, 7:26pm


    Try learning to string a sentence together correctly before you post.

  3. Simon Murphy 20 Apr 2009, 9:05pm

    This is good news. Glad to hear it.

  4. Duke is so funny, he is a faux straight, he wants us to abuse him so he can feel better about his secret desires, poor sod. He wants to find a way to free himself of the dead weight of having Jesus on top of him when he really wants a real flesh and blood man in his place.

  5. Duke – sign up to gaydar and put all of that energy into the right place :P

    Glad to CPS are going ahead with more cases.

  6. Brian Burton 21 Apr 2009, 2:25pm

    Actually, DUKE is called DUCHESS by his close associatates, silly Queen!

  7. Cobus Fourie 21 Apr 2009, 9:09pm

    Could someone please enlighten me as to why Stonewall UK excludes the transgender population?!

  8. Cobus Fourie 21 Apr 2009, 9:12pm

    Could someone please enlighten me as to why Stonewall UK still excludes the transgender population – who are more likely to be victims of hate crimes?

  9. Because Trans people are icky. The men are traitors to the lesbian cause, and the women are just men who are attempting to usurp the mystical feminine essence. Or something like that. Worse, most of them are straight!

  10. Cobus Fourie 22 Apr 2009, 4:56pm

    Zoe, your intolerance is akin to Nazi propaganda. It is sickening. So the rest of the world is more evolved than the UK because of Stonewall UK? One would expect that those who know of the evil of discrimination would know better than to discriminate themselves…

  11. Reg (Verbally abused today) 9 May 2009, 4:10pm

    This Duke person is a real wise guy trying to flame an original post to throw people of the subject.
    As a Gay person living in Wales and out, I have been with my partner now for just about 30 years. We suffer abuse on a regular basis, just 4 years ago we were hounded out of a flat we bought in Cardiff, the mental abuse was really bad, so we sold up and moved to another part of Cardiff were it isnt as bad.
    Except today we visited the local Asda store for a few odds and ends, and a guy who drove and works for DHL was so angry and abusive for no apparent reason endind up calling me a Queer C**t. The Duty manager of Asda will apparently follow up my complaint to DHL, the whole of which i cannot air here in case of future legal issues. I am so upset about it, it has brought back all my fear from when i was younger and physycally as well as mentally bullied.

    Cheers Duke anyway for your opinion.

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