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School apologises for illegally banning student’s presentation on gay rights activist

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  1. Sister Mary Clarence 12 Jun 2009, 2:53pm

    What a lovely parent Bonnie Jones appears to be

  2. Monkeychops 12 Jun 2009, 2:56pm

    Another victory for common sense without a huge hoo-haa :)

  3. Harvey Milk would be proud.

  4. A very happy conclusion. Natalie should be extremely proud of herself, and hopefully it will encourage her, and others like her, to continue to stand up for what is just in the future.

  5. gooood gooood :)

  6. Monkeychops:

    Nice work. Infiltrating a gay website with your nonsense.

    You have been flushed out by Pumpkin Pie on the thread about the British Embassador to Poland defending gay rights. You are an ex-gay fundamentalist homophobic fanatic whose objective is to infiltrate our website and confuse us. You are a student of Hank’s or possibly Hank himself with a more diplomatic approach.

    Stick around, you babbling idiot, and we will wipe the floor with you in the morning.

    Something to drink? Crudité? Get a breath of fresh air. You’re going to need it, honey. You don’t fool us any more and we have you in our sights.

  7. Are Ex-Gays not allowed to speak?

  8. Ciaran McMahon 14 Jun 2009, 10:03pm

    “Are Ex-Gays not allowed to speak?”

    Ex-gays don’t exist. They’re gay people who outwardly try to convince others that they are straight. But they’re still gay. They are no more real than the tooth fairy or Harry Potter. So, should imaginary people be allowed to speak? Why of course they should…. the next time the tooth fairy does a report on dental hygiene, I’ll certainly listen to ex-gay people.

  9. “Are Ex-Gays not allowed to speak?”

    Yes, eEx-gays are allowed to speak… but we don’t have to agree with them. Speaking and being heard are two very different things. Ex-gays don’t listen to reason, even though they hear it, Niki.

  10. Monkeychops 15 Jun 2009, 12:37pm

    I’d just like to clarify that I’m actually not an ex-gay, simply because (funnily enough) I don’t believe you can change your sexuality. I’m sure my boyfriend would confirm if he were on here. JP – what is your actual goal in all of this copy-pasting of random garbled messages on ex-gays? You just keep showing how intolerant you are of other people. Anyone not agreeing with you 100% gets an earful of venom. Next time, I’m just going to ignore you and engage with more adult people contributing to the discussions.

    Ciaran – great comment about the tootch fairy

  11. Thanks, for reporting such a good news story. I live in California and today is June 23 while your story was published June 12.

    I hadn’t heard about this great outcome to Natalie Jones’ experience with the ongoing U.S. news clampdown (not just on Queer issues of course) from any news source where I live, not yet anyway, but maybe I just need to be more and more and more and more patient.

    Today I’m so proud of the people in Iran for their reactions to a stolen presidential election that I’m embarrassed by the reactions of my fellow citizens to two certifiably stolen presidential elections.

    Harvey Milk would be some kind of wonderful right about now.

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