Gay pride flag flown at Plod HQ

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LE
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Vvaaanmmmmaaannn - you seem to be posting a lot about 'bottom activities' . . .

Something you want to get off your chest?
 
#3
Quite rightly so "the flag signifies that they are celebrating the fact that the world is full of people with differing sexual orientations and that everyone should be treated equally and with respect."
 

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kaka said:
Quite rightly so "the flag signifies that they are celebrating the fact that the world is full of people with differing sexual orientations and that everyone should be treated equally and with respect."
So the police now fly the flag as it were for Gay Pride? Since when did the police start offering their services and buildings for minority activism then?

Can we get the police HQ to fly the flag of FSM then? What about "Justice for fathers' flags?

Or is it just gay pride that is a police service?
 
#5
Just another PC-Point scored. Nothing more.
 
#6
blood boiling, blood boiling..
I have nothing whatsoever against anybody and their sexual orientation, but I am rather appalled as some years ago I was disciplined for flying the flag of St George, on St Georges' Day whilst in uniform outside New Scotland Yard - what's the diff??
 
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kaka said:
Quite rightly so "the flag signifies that they are celebrating the fact that the world is full of people with differing sexual orientations and that everyone should be treated equally and with respect."
Why should anyone in the world give a stuff about anyone else's sexual preferences? Do you really need to feel "I respect you and think you are oh so special because you are gay?" Demanding special treatment wins you no friends at all it just lists you as a group of constantly complaining twats who need to STFU and get on with what they are paid to do and stop thinking that anyone else is interested in who, what, or how they get upmto in bed.

Best quote I heard was from "the love that dare not speak its name, to the love that just will not shut up!"
 
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TIGER-MONKEY said:
kaka said:
Quite rightly so "the flag signifies that they are celebrating the fact that the world is full of people with differing sexual orientations and that everyone should be treated equally and with respect."
Why should anyone in the world give a stuff about anyone else's sexual preferences? Do you really need to feel "I respect you and think you are oh so special because you are gay?" Demanding special treatment wins you no friends at all it just lists you as a group of constantly complaining **** who need to STFU and get on with what they are paid to do and stop thinking that anyone else is interested in who, what, or how they get upmto in bed.

Best quote I heard was from "the love that dare not speak its name, to the love that just will not shut up!"
In all fairness in my experience and experience of the rest of so called "Hard to reach, Minority communities" its People complaining (PC) on their behalf that do the most damage.

You'll probably find that most Gay/Lesbian/Bi whatever types have probably not even read the article as they are busy getting on with life driving their bus or posting mail or whatever.

The simple fact will be that there will be a Chief Inspector in that force trying to gather Brownie Points for evidence towrds their promotion to Super Nintendo who will be making a point of declaring "Their Respect."

Sadly this does more to isolate and segregate these groups because it kicks off the usual Outrage team who want to foam at the mouth over such issues.

Like I said - Another PC Point scored for the People Complaining Brigade.
 

.Sven

Old-Salt
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kaka said:
"the flag signifies that they are celebrating the fact that the world is full of people with differing sexual orientations and that everyone should be treated equally and with respect."
So nothing to do with homosexuality then....
 
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Biped said:
Vvaaanmmmmaaannn - you seem to be posting a lot about 'bottom activities' . . .

Something you want to get off your chest?
I had trouble getting rid of the pile that Tarquin curled out onto my chest,but otherwise,no problems. Judging by those pictures you sent to me of you and the guy in the gimp outfit,I guess your the one with issues! :D
 
#13
It's one of those things that everyone is "damned if you do, damned if you don't" - especially civvie bill. They've had enough criticism over the past few years, and now need to be seen to be 'going the extra mile' by minority communities especially the LGBT lot.

Did the LAGLO course with Hants Police (Lesbian and Gay Liaison Offr) and there are some quite interesting (and not so interesting) points raised when dealing with that group of people.
 
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Ninja_Turtle said:
It's one of those things that everyone is "damned if you do, damned if you don't" - especially civvie bill. They've had enough criticism over the past few years, and now need to be seen to be 'going the extra mile' by minority communities especially the LGBT lot.

Did the LAGLO course with Hants Police (Lesbian and Gay Liaison Offr) and there are some quite interesting points raised when dealing with that group of people.
My bold

..such as always use hollow point ammunition when shooting them.... :WINK:
 
#15
Does this mean they'll be changing the old saying "If you want to know the time, ask a policeman" to "If you want a gay time, ask a policeman"?
 
#17
I live in North Wales.
As a white hetrosexual male I find that flag flying from a public building to be offensive,
I think I shall write out a formal complaint this afternoon as North Wales Police clearly are biased in favour of fudge packers.
I was born in England and I shall demand trhe Cross of Saint George is also flown above this Plod HQ to make me feel included too.
 
#18
Ninja_Turtle said:
It's one of those things that everyone is "damned if you do, damned if you don't" - especially civvie bill. They've had enough criticism over the past few years, and now need to be seen to be 'going the extra mile' by minority communities especially the LGBT lot.

Did the LAGLO course with Hants Police (Lesbian and Gay Liaison Offr) and there are some quite interesting (and not so interesting) points raised when dealing with that group of people.
So it is really just window dressing to pretemd that everyone is "on message" even if the majority are not interested in the so called "special needs" of poofs.

So tell me how does defacing a police station with a political flag help any gays? Why not fly a different flag a day, how about GreenPeace, CND, the Conservative Party, or is it that only certain groups are allowed?
 
#19
Jenny Porter, community liaison officer for Stonewall Cymru says: "It is a great sign to lesbian, gay and bisexual people in North Wales how much the police has changed and it is encouraging that people have confidence in the police to report homophobic hate crime."
I'd like to report a heterophobic hate crime...
 

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LE
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#20
FFS theres even one of them in Eastbourne
We dont allow that sort of thing here you know. Mind you I couldnt even if it wore a Wrens uniform! 8O
 

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