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London protest will call for release of gay Malawi couple

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  1. How totally counter productive of Tatchell to always call protests at lunch time on a weekday. People with jobs can’t attend and then you hear Tatchell moaning that no one attends his protests.

    I would have gone if it had been at a more practical time.

  2. tatchell’s amazing. poor man has devoted his whole life to gay rights issues, even lives with the threat of death because of his protests, and idiots like zefrog criticise him. why don’t you dedicate your life to gay rights, or shut up.

  3. Jean-Paul Bentham 18 Mar 2010, 1:07am

    Very clever of Peter to remind us and the world that the Commonwealth still exists, and that it does have values that are relevant to the 21st Century.

    How long before these countries confront their legalized homophobia and realize that even if homosexuality were a disease – which it isn’t – since when do we criminalize diseases!!!!

  4. Jean-Paul Bentham 18 Mar 2010, 4:03am

    See this sample letter, and the postal address and fax number of the Malawian President and Attorney General:

    http://www.amnesty.org.uk/actions_details.asp?ActionID=682&LetterID=633

  5. Dear Jay,

    Thank you for your concern and your blind support for Tatchell.

    You are right I am not a professional campaigner but I do my bit and probably more than most. And this is precisely because that and because I would like to support Tatchell’s actions that I am critising his methods. He could be more effective if he did things differently. Try and know what you are taling about next time you decide to insult people.

    What do you do, yourself?

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