Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Buggery in the shrubbery

You couldn't make it up. Or maybe you could, nowadays. Bristol City Council has been accused of discrimination, because they are trying to clear up some overgrown parts of Bristol Downs. They hope that this will encourage more visitors and provide a better environment for wildlife.

However, the local sodomites are not 'gay' about this at all. They have accused the city council of discrimination on the grounds that they use this area for carnal pleasures. They consider their 'needs' [ie to commit illegal acts] to be greater than those of local people who have apparently objected to this criminal activity taking place. What is worse, is that the local authority is now bringing itself into disrepute and wasting taxpayers' money by engaging with these people.

100 years ago, sodomites, the sort of people who are members or supporters of the Terrence Higgins Trust, and the sort of people who would be part of an authority's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender advisory group would have been banged up in prison or a lunatic asylum as morally defective. Have we really advanced since then?

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