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Commercial success for Malaysia’s first gay film

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  1. Jock S. Trap 30 Mar 2011, 3:31pm

    They clearly can’t make up their minds what they want.

  2. Didn’t they ban “The kids are alright” in Malaysia as well? (Or was that Ceylon? I’m confused.)

    1. I think you must be, Lucius: Ceylon has been known as Sri Lanka since 1972.

      1. Oh, I always call them by their proper names, not some unpronouncable nonsense the natives came up with.

        Still don’t know the answer.

        1. Heh – that remark suggests there are a great many things you don’t know the answer to.

          You should be referring to Malaya, if not The FMS, shouldn’t you, you silly little man person?

          1. Yeah, that was a silly typo but it was too late to change it.

            My fief for an edit button.

  3. “Eppur si muove”

  4. Petition for Human Rights – Hungary

    Everybody should have the right to have a family, Please Sign!

    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/nyilatkozatazegyenjogusagert/

    The new hungarian constitution draft wants to ban for gay couples to have a family

    1. Unfortunately, this is as good as done. We may have swayed the Hungarian government to slightly tweak its media law, but there’s no way they’ll listen to us on constitutional matters.

      And, honestly, the ban on gay couples having family is the least of your worries if you live in Hungary. It’s pretty sad looking in, you’re kind of screwed for the next couple of decades with all the fascist sh!t this government is up to.

  5. Keith Lynwood 30 Mar 2011, 4:38pm

    You can have a gay film in Malaysia as long as all the haracters die a nasty death at the end……nice. Religious freaks.

  6. ‘It ends in tragedy’.

    [Sigh]

    Oh well, baby-steps I suppose…

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