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William Hague marks International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia

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  1. Well, at least he’s right on SOMETHING.

    I was surprised to see the caption under his photo: “William Hague: Human rights are universal” … a bit ironic for a foreigner hating fascist.

    1. John Smith 17 May 2013, 3:39pm

      I’m no fan of Hague or the Tories but I don’t believe he’s a fascist or hates foreigners either. I don’t think this kind of inflammatory language is helpful at all.

  2. Finally something we agree Mr Vauge.
    Now lets see you put some pressure on our other euo neighbors who have some very questionable LGBT rights record….
    I’m not holding my breath.

    1. I say the laws work after the event something is wrong when we cant show affection in public

  3. Ha, look at his voting record. Pretty speech but he has spent most of his career being a champions of homophobia and transphobia

    But he makes a speech and we’re supposed to forget that?

    1. What is the point of looking back in anger? Isn’t is better to live in the present where he’s supporting us.

  4. blah blah blah.

    I can’t kiss my man in public without risking harrasement so sod off

    1. Where do you live James?
      I often kiss my man in public, and have not been subject to any harassment for years.
      It does depend on where you live I am sure, but things are much better today than they have ever been.

      1. London I don’t care what you say it’s quite rubbish and dangerous

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