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Lesbian couple protest after being asked to leave Maryland restaurant

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  1. This is completely unacceptable! This is blatant discrimination and needs to be addressed seriously and with compassion. Good job to these women for taking the stand and bring some attention to this awful act of discrimination.

    I notice that the managers statement said “we’re going to ask you to stop” so why were they NOT? Why were they immediately asked to leave and not given the same consideration that they claim to give hetero couples?

  2. The same old double standards apply I hope they did not have to pay for the food if the owners would not let them eat it.

    This is nice recipe we should share with such establisments.

    Potassium Nitrate+Charcoal+Sulphur it should go down with a bang ;)

  3. Same happened to me twice. This sort of attitude and double standards from restaurants and other businesses are widespread and need our uttermost attention.

  4. GlasgowLesbians 20 Aug 2009, 6:33pm

    My friend got thrown out of Yates in Glasgow for kissing her gf, apparently a straight couple complained.

  5. The Mensturator 20 Aug 2009, 8:41pm

    I loathe seeing some man eating some woman’s face off in a breeder “kiss.” Why do I have to go to a UK site for breaking US stories? Thanks Pink UK for breaking this news.

  6. They should sue! Montgomery county has protectections for gender identity and EXPRESSION, which I believe would cover this.

  7. The C*nt of Monte Crisco 21 Aug 2009, 8:39am

    I loathe seeing some man eating some woman’s face off in a breeder “kiss.” hear hear! I’m lucky enough to work in Croydon so I see this kind of filth on a daily basis – but if I were to walk around just holding my woman’s hand I’ll end with a knife or bullets in me!

  8. Lorna McArdle 21 Aug 2009, 10:35am

    And I get asked do we still need pride events…here’s your answer

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