:: Gays not in my Ulster Guest House ::

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My reply to him :

Sir,

I am pleased and proud that the stand you have taken and congratulate you for the moral courage to speak out. I am an English chap living over here in Northern Ireland & value decent folk who are morally strong and family centered. We are giving in to civil partnerships and gay rights and all of these tree hugging leftie policies that underpin the fabric of society.

The bottom line is that children are produced in a heterosexual relationship between a man and a woman. No Man/Man or Woman/Woman relationship has yet produced a baby. I feel sorry for queers, they are an unfortunate statistic of society. It is about time that politicians stopped giving in to these gay lobbyists and stood up for old fashioned family values.

I am half tempted to ask a Parliamentary Question thru’ Lady Herman or big Ian Paisley on how much the NHS has spent on HIV medicine & in patient costs for gay folk as opposed to what we spent on wee kids with cancer.

Answers on a postcard please
 
#3
Don't object to chaps who like chaps (as long as I'm not on the menu) but I think that this cove has the right to do what he does, just like they have the right to do what they do.
 
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Mushroom -

If you had a wee B&B and your kids helped out. How would you explain 2 chaps in one room and a double bed ????
 
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58_Pattern said:
Mushroom -

If you had a wee B&B and your kids helped out. How would you explain 2 chaps in one room and a double bed ????

A hooker short of a spit roast?

(In Ipswich maybe....)
 
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58_Pattern said:
My reply to him :

Sir,

I am pleased and proud that the stand you have taken and congratulate you for the moral courage to speak out. I am an English chap living over here in Northern Ireland & value decent folk who are morally strong and family centered. We are giving in to civil partnerships and gay rights and all of these tree hugging leftie policies that underpin the fabric of society.

The bottom line is that children are produced in a heterosexual relationship between a man and a woman. No Man/Man or Woman/Woman relationship has yet produced a baby. I feel sorry for queers, they are an unfortunate statistic of society. It is about time that politicians stopped giving in to these gay lobbyists and stood up for old fashioned family values.

I am half tempted to ask a Parliamentary Question thru’ Lady Herman or big Ian Paisley on how much the NHS has spent on HIV medicine & in patient costs for gay folk as opposed to what we spent on wee kids with cancer.

Answers on a postcard please
(My bold)

I'll get my coat.
 
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58 -pattern (by the way is yr IQ 58?) you raged:
I am half tempted to ask a Parliamentary Question thru’ Lady Herman or big Ian Paisley on how much the NHS has spent on HIV medicine & in patient costs for gay folk as opposed to what we spent on wee kids with cancer.

Idiot
I work in the NHS. If you are making the point that self-infliction means you shouldn't get treated then I'd have a very quiet life, what with no drinkers, smokers, fat eaters, drug addicts, self-harmers coming in.

Where do you draw the line?

Answer that one on a post card - actually don't - you're beyond help and I don't want to treat you
 
#9
I enjoy wine at weekends. Don't smoke, watch my diet, hate scumbag drug addicts, train 6 days a week. Self harmers deserve one visit to the NHS and then let them carry on. Fat Eaters are weak. Life is about choices. When you are at the pearly gates. The Question is "What was your contribution ? "
 
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58 - This man has a right not to take homosexuals into his B&B. Equally homosexuals have a right to be homosexual. I don't see anything wrong with either statement.
 
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58_Pattern said:
Mushroom -

If you had a wee B&B and your kids helped out. How would you explain 2 chaps in one room and a double bed ????
Try telling the kids about the strange ways of the world. It might help them in the future. Gay's are not the sexual deviants the more sheltered of society thinks they are.

I work with quite a number of gays both male and female and funnily enough there are good and bad (plus some fcuking retards) bit like the rest of us really.
 
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old_gun said:
58_Pattern said:
Mushroom -

If you had a wee B&B and your kids helped out. How would you explain 2 chaps in one room and a double bed ????
Try telling the kids about the strange ways of the world. It might help them in the future. Gay's are not the sexual deviants the more sheltered of society thinks they are.
I doubt that the readership of Arrse could be called 'sheltered' by anyone's standards, but I'd stake my gay virginity that the vast majority disapprove of those of a 'flamboyant' bent.

It just ain't normal.
 
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Awol said:
old_gun said:
58_Pattern said:
Mushroom -

If you had a wee B&B and your kids helped out. How would you explain 2 chaps in one room and a double bed ????
Try telling the kids about the strange ways of the world. It might help them in the future. Gay's are not the sexual deviants the more sheltered of society thinks they are.
I doubt that the readership of Arrse could be called 'sheltered' by anyone's standards, but I'd stake my gay virginity that the vast majority disapprove of those of a 'flamboyant' bent.

It just ain't normal.

Okay fair point but I bet the vast majority of ARRSE members are not
against "the bean flicking" community". Would he have turned them
away?
 
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hairyhandbag said:
Awol said:
old_gun said:
58_Pattern said:
Mushroom -

If you had a wee B&B and your kids helped out. How would you explain 2 chaps in one room and a double bed ????
Try telling the kids about the strange ways of the world. It might help them in the future. Gay's are not the sexual deviants the more sheltered of society thinks they are.
I doubt that the readership of Arrse could be called 'sheltered' by anyone's standards, but I'd stake my gay virginity that the vast majority disapprove of those of a 'flamboyant' bent.

It just ain't normal.

Okay fair point but I bet the vast majority of ARRSE members are not
against "the bean flicking" community". Would he have turned them
away?
Only if they are what we would want the bean flickers to look like. If so, he should have webcam'd it.
 
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lesbians are ugly, bi chicks are cute.
 
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58_Pattern said:
I am half tempted to ask a Parliamentary Question thru’ Lady Herman or big Ian Paisley on how much the NHS has spent on HIV medicine & in patient costs for gay folk as opposed to what we spent on wee kids with cancer.
Far more straight than gay people are HIV+. Globally, there are more HIV+ women than men. It's not a disease linked to homosexuality any more, if it ever was.

The majority of straight people, like the majority of gay people, will have contracted the disease through sexual activity: I'm betting most of that was out of wedlock. Do we stop treating them or accord them lower status somehow?

Moreover, some gay people - like some straight people - will have contracted the disease through infected blood used in transfusions etc. How are you going to establish which are the "bad" gay people who are HIV+ and who are the "good" gay people who are HIV+?

Ref B and B owners: there's a sense in which I agree that it's up to you to do what you like with your own business. However, this intuition is (for me) overridden by the way I'd feel if I saw a sign in a B&B saying "Whites Only" or "No Irish". That would be unacceptable, just as I feel it's unacceptable to discriminate on grounds of sexual preference.
 
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GM_1000 said:
58_Pattern said:
I am half tempted to ask a Parliamentary Question thru’ Lady Herman or big Ian Paisley on how much the NHS has spent on HIV medicine & in patient costs for gay folk as opposed to what we spent on wee kids with cancer.
Far more straight than gay people are HIV+. Globally, there are more HIV+ women than men. It's not a disease linked to homosexuality any more, if it ever was.

The majority of straight people, like the majority of gay people, will have contracted the disease through sexual activity: I'm betting most of that was out of wedlock. Do we stop treating them or accord them lower status somehow?

Moreover, some gay people - like some straight people - will have contracted the disease through infected blood used in transfusions etc. How are you going to establish which are the "bad" gay people who are HIV+ and who are the "good" gay people who are HIV+?

Ref B and B owners: there's a sense in which I agree that it's up to you to do what you like with your own business. However, this intuition is (for me) overridden by the way I'd feel if I saw a sign in a B&B saying "Whites Only" or "No Irish". That would be unacceptable, just as I feel it's unacceptable to discriminate on grounds of sexual preference.
Blah, blah, blah. Yes, most of us have heard the official story of more straight people having HIV or AIDS than those that are gay...


... except that this story occurred in Northern Ireland, & while watching the local lunchtime BBC News a couple of weeks ago, a spokesman (an Asian Doctor) from one of the Belfast hospitals (RVH or City, can't remember which), was saying that there were more gay people testing positive for STD's, especially HIV & AIDS than straight people, & that it had been the case ever since he could remember.

Drop BBC NI a line to find the full story. :wink:
 
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purple_foot said:
... except that this story occurred in Northern Ireland, & while watching the local lunchtime BBC News a couple of weeks ago, a spokesman (an Asian Doctor) from one of the Belfast hospitals (RVH or City, can't remember which), was saying that there were more gay people testing positive for STD's, especially HIV & AIDS than straight people, & that it had been the case ever since he could remember.

Drop BBC NI a line to find the full story. :wink:
Must be a Northern Ireland thing.
 
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purple_foot said:
Blah, blah, blah. Yes, most of us have heard the official story of more straight people having HIV or AIDS than those that are gay...


... except that this story occurred in Northern Ireland, & while watching the local lunchtime BBC News a couple of weeks ago, a spokesman (an Asian Doctor) from one of the Belfast hospitals (RVH or City, can't remember which), was saying that there were more gay people testing positive for STD's, especially HIV & AIDS than straight people, & that it had been the case ever since he could remember.

Drop BBC NI a line to find the full story. :wink:
Yup, the official story, as per the UN's Aids Report.

BBC said:
More women are now infected with HIV/Aids than men and well above 40 million people are now living with the disease, latest figures reveal.
Since more women than men have AIDS, it's reasonable to assume that more straight than gay people have the condition.

I'd be more inclinded to trust the UN's evidence than anecdotal evidence from a single source.

mod edit....locked before it gets too silly. we get the point. any more threads will be dealt with
 
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