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London: NUJ to host debate on homophobia and transphobia in the media

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  1. Staircase2 2 Apr 2013, 3:06pm

    Well done NUJ!

  2. A “debate” suggests that there are two or more views to be aired and argued. The disgusting homophobic and transphobic rantings of “journalists” like Jan Moir, Julie Burchill, Suzanne Moore, Julie Bindell and Richard Littlejohn (to name just a few recent offenders who spring to mind) are out there for all to see, unless someone is going to argue that what these people have written is not homophobic/transphobic. A better question is where does the NUJ stand on this? Why aren’t they condemning these people? If these hacks are members of the NUJ, why aren’t they being kicked out?

    1. Too true, this event looks more like a retrospective than a debate.

      Remembering history is important, but what is the NUJ stance on recent events included the PCC’s non-condemnations.

  3. A bit pointless, I would have thought, unless Daily Fail bigots are dragged from their multi-million dollar mansions and forced to attend.

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