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‘LGBT sex club’ gets the go-ahead

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  1. ”I’m not homophobic, but I can love people and hate their activities. I can still hate the homosexual act. And I certainly hate adultery”…how does she know unless she’s tried it? ;-)

  2. Susan my love what is the homosexual act? No doubt Susan will be the first to buy her membership for the club when you open.

  3. Have you not noticed England is Sodom and Gamorra: bing drinking to a point where one suffers alcohol-induced “bladder rupture,” the highest teenage pregnancy rate in Europe, the most violent women in the world, teenage lawlessness is out of control, babies being abused and killed, children being sexually abused in care, we have replaced Americans as being the worst tourist – other countries do not wanting us to visit, have the BNP, and we worship and crowned a fatted cow, which we allow to waste billions of pounds….

    I do not think giving people a place to have sex, rather than having them do it in the parks and streets, is the bigest problem we have, just yet.

    Please ensure you participate in safe sex practices.

  4. Sodom and Gomorrah fell due to pride, haughtiness and inhospitality – qualities the homophobes have by the bucek

  5. Hey Mike, you said, ” And I certainly hate adultery”…how does she know unless she’s tried it?”

    Rather stupid thinking. She can hate murder, child abuse,
    drug abuse….all without trying it.

  6. Its about time we challenged the christian default position of love the person hate the sin.

    Maybe we should start hating the sin of hate!

  7. LOL @ everyone wading in but what in god’s name is this “sex club”?

    People go there for sex?

    I certainly wouldn’t want that anywhere near my home. No matter what the orientation is.

  8. “…a restaurant by day and a sex club by night.”
    Sounds…appetizing… o.O

  9. Get a grip! Yes, please!!!!!!!

  10. Brian Burton 17 Oct 2009, 5:36pm

    We are living in the 21st. centuary and the word ‘SEX’ seemes to a dirty word all of a sudden. Mind you, religious fundamentalists are usually the worst SEX offenders in the world. Worst child abusers too. Always remember: Life is like a sewer, it depends on what you put into it as to what you get out of it!

  11. I find the idea of a “sex club” rather odd.

    I daresay homophobes would oppose such an idea, but I don’t see why opposition makes you by definition a homophobe,

    I wouldn’t want a club like this in my area whether for straights, gays, swingers or anyone else.

    I suppose that makes me a mysanthrope.

  12. Susan Johnson.

    How very sweet of you to “love the sinner but hate the sin..”
    Have you any idea ‘how holier than thou-ist’ that sounds…!

    Who the hell are you…?

    Who asked for.. and who needs.. your motty…?
    And while I am at it asking ‘who’ and ‘what’ and ‘where’…here’s another….Gloucester…?

    Where the hell is THAT…?

    Keith.

  13. Brian Burton 18 Oct 2009, 4:30pm

    SEX, yes I remember, I was on the river bank, pitch dark about midnight. What a cruising area and what types of Gay cruisers got down there too. Then there was the saunas, boy we’rnt they something to write home about, the sex that used to occur in the cubicles! Then there was Gay parties and half a dozen couples having sex at the same time in the spare room on the floor! Then suddenly it was the 1980s, HIV/AIDS became prevelent and everyone stopped having sex. Oh dear! How sad! Never mind!

  14. Article says:
    Susan Johnson, who spoke to the council on behalf of opponents, invoked Biblical language when addressing the planning meeting. She said: “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”

    Sorry to be pernickety, but “All tht is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing” is a quotation from 19th century politician Edmunde Burke: it’s not biblical.

    The next quote from after the meeting “I didn’t use the words Sodom and Gomorrah” does mention biblical towns, but in the usual misquoted sense… Sodom and Gomorrah’s crimes in the bible were extreme inhospitableness (killing visitors, etc)… almost nothing to do with homosexuality.

    Aside from my pedantic gripe… she’s a typical councillor, isn’t she – a kind of nutty combo of Mary Whitehouse and Barbara Woodhouse. I can almost hear the words coming from an elderly spinster councillor in my own town. She seemed to think she was protecting people from themselves – I remember her vehemently opposing a tattoo shop opening, because people would regret their decision afterwards. How come people vote these loons into public office? :-|

  15. There were no gay in “Sodom and Gomorrah”

  16. Brian Burton 19 Oct 2009, 7:00am

    When the Tower oo Babel fell, it caused a lot of unessisary hell. Personal rapour became a compllicated boor and a lot more dillicult than it had been before, when the Tower of Babel fell. The Chinks and the Japs and the Finns and Lapps were reduced to a helpless stammer. The anceant Greeks took at least six weeks to learn their Latin grammer. The gutteral wheeze of the Portugeeze filled the braines of the Danes with horror and verbs not lost were the final bust in Sodom and Gomorrah….Now, I want to be the first Drag act to grace the new club with my wonderful preasence so just call me Madame! (Oh Dear! I hope you realize I’m only Joking?)

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