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(Salon)   Rupert Murdoch urges boycott of Guinness for pulling out of the NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade due to ban on gays and lesbians   ( salon.com) divider line
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2014-03-17 05:18:27 PM  
Sidecrab: I don't have a problem with gays the Irish, but I think they hurt their own agenda by pushing gay Irish pride. Win equality, gain acceptance, whatever, but taking part in a parade? That's just pushing it in peoples faces. And sex leprechauns is not  'family friendly'.

FTFY
 
2014-03-17 05:19:03 PM  

papatex: Oh look. Another one of these stories again....

What's getting tiresome in my mind is some people are "allowed" to have a public opinion and some people aren't...

If I'm a Christian and my opinion is that being gay doesn't make sense, I'm a bigot...

If I'm a LGBT and my opinion is there is no God, it's just their opinion...

I'm not saying I get bullied, nor will I ever say that, but let's all make sure we realize its a two way street and regardless of if you like it or not, the parade committee can do whatever they darn well please, regardless of a few beer makers don't like it.


I'm impressed by the mixture of your brave table-thumping and your general stupidity about speech in general.
 
2014-03-17 05:19:12 PM  

LordJiro: Totally-not-repressed anti-gay folk are obsessed with gay sex. Thus, they assume openly gay people are obsessed with gay sex.


it wouldn't surprise me if they get all hot and sweaty totally-not-obsessing over gay sex.
 
2014-03-17 05:19:35 PM  
Scorcher. The extra "t" is for trouble right here in River City, and that rhymes with "p", which stands for "pool" which is what Murdoch is standing in, albeit formed of his own personal juices.

Speaking of your own personal juices, am I the only one who hears those words when he listens to Depeche Mode's "Own Personal Jesus"?

Own Personal Jesus
Lyrics as heard by Brantgoose:

Reach out and touch faith
Your own Personal Jesus personal juices 
Someone to hear your prayers
Someone who cares
Your own Personal Jesus personal juices 
Someone to hear your prayers
Someone who's there

Feeling's unknown and you're all alone
Flesh and bone by the telephone
Lift up the receiver
I'll make you believer

Take second best
Put me to the test
Things on your shest
You need to confess
I will deliver
You know I'm a forgiver
Reach out and touch faith

Your own Personal Jesus personal juices
Feeling's unknown and you're all alone
Flesh and bone by the telephone
Lift up the receiver
I'll make you believer
I will deliver
You know I'm a forgiver
Reach out and touch faith
Your own Personal Jesus personal juices 
Reach out and touch faith

So it's about phone sex?
 
2014-03-17 05:20:08 PM  
It's a win win from Sam Adams and Guinness standpoint.  Disassociate selves from stupidity. Ad garner loads of free advertising and air time while doing it.
 
2014-03-17 05:20:55 PM  
papatex:
So this goes for those with the opinion against the LGBT community, but the LGBT community shouldn't have to deal with the "consequences" of their decisions?

As others have also pointed out to you, thinking that being gay "doesn't make sense" isn't bigoted. Denying opportunity and rights to people because they are gay is. To answer your question, the LGBT community deals with the consequences of their decisions every time they are discriminated against by a bunch of farking bigots.

So yes, gays and straights alike have to deal with the "consequences", but for the majority who are NOT being discriminated against to complain about it is farking absurd. 

No, I'm not bullied, nor am I persecuted. But you further my point by automatically assuming that notion based on my opinion..

Yet you feel the need to whine about an imaginary double standard.
 
2014-03-17 05:21:04 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: Edymnion: Yeah, gays are totally not banned from the parade.

They're just not allowed to identify as being gay in any way.  They have to hide among the other tolerance groups and not let anyone know who or what they are.

Because hiding your gays is totally the same as accepting them as human beings, and is in no way similar to what the Russians were doing during the Olympics.

Oh STFU.  Gays don't need to butt in on every damned stage. Like another farker said, maybe I don't want to explain to my 5 year old what "gay" is before he's even ready to learn about what sex is.

St. Patrick's day is not a political day. It is not a sexual day.  If ANYTHING, it's a religious day, but it's not that either.  It's just a day to celebrate Irish heritage and get hammered.

BTW, as long as we're talking about bigotry, many of you who whine that OMG TEH GAYS HAVE NO VOICE are also the same farkers who relentlessly and openly make fun of gingers.  Ironic.


Racist.
 
2014-03-17 05:21:21 PM  

Angela Lansbury's Merkin: exick: Oh Michele. The only bullying you've experienced at the hands of the LGBT community is when Marcus refuses to go to "the icky place".

Fresno?


hey now, Fresno is that awful place. the icky place is Bakersfield.
 
2014-03-17 05:21:34 PM  

you are a puppet: SkinnyHead: I read that the parade is not banning gays, they just don't want people carrying sex signs. That sounds reasonable.

So no "Kiss me (even though you're a guy and I'm a guy) I'm Irish!" signs?


I'm not sure that "Kiss me, I'm Irish" is sexual.  Guinness is demanding that the parade allow signs and banners proclaiming sexual diversity.  It's not a sexual diversity parade, it's a St. Patrick's Day Parade.  I think Guinness is being unreasonable about this.
 
2014-03-17 05:21:35 PM  

papatex: If I'm a Christian and my opinion is that being gay doesn't make sense, I'm a bigot...



Not really.  You may just be a little ignorant of the fact that being gay is natural.  Some people are just born that way.  Being gay doesn't "make sense" from the perspective of reproduction, but still, some people are born gay.  In any species, reproduction is not something that all members of the species do.  We don't stop heteros from getting married if they don't want to reproduce.  Or deny legal rights to people who don't want kids.  So why judge homosexuals as less deserving of rights just because they don't reproduce?

Just thinking gay is a choice and it doesn't make sense doesn't make you a bigot. What you do with that belief is what could make you a bigot.

I
 
2014-03-17 05:22:36 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: Gays don't need to butt in on every damned stage.


Neither do straights.

Now take off your wedding ring, take down all the pictures of your spouse hanging up at work, march nowhere near your spouse (and if you both attend the parade as spectators, no holding hands or trading knowing glances from beyond the mandated "separation distance" of 10' - enough room for the Holy Spirit, you see), no referring to your spouse or your marriage, no referring to your kids as "biological", no trading of any innuendo (that's what ze said), and for safety's sake, no staring at breasts, butts, or legs. Male or female.

// perhaps you should lighten the fark up, and grow a thicker skin
// you are not special, gays are not special
// every not-special group should be able march in the same damned parade, for the same damned I-don't-give-a-shiat reasons
 
2014-03-17 05:22:53 PM  

patrick767: Occam's Nailfile:
 No one GIVES a fark about the fact that you're gay

What planet are you living on? This statement is completely false. Ask the people of Arizona if "no one gives a fark" about people being gay. Ask the many states that have or are trying to write bans on gay marriage and/or civil unions into their constitutions and laws. Ask the countless gay people who have seen very real discrimination. No one cares? Bullshiat.

Maybe, just MAYBE, you're "bullied" because once you come out of the closet, you act like the world owes you something.

Blame the victim. Nice job, asshole.


Dude, I don't bully people, I have gay employees and friends.  I don't treat gay people any differently than anyone else.  But the "PAY ATTENTION TO MAH GHEYNESS" people are farking annoying, and annoying people deserve to be ridiculed - not for being gay, but for being annoying.

I have a lesbian acquaintance, who you cannot talk to for 5 minutes without her SOMEHOW changing the conversation to the fact that she's gay.  The way she slips it in isn't even subtle.  It usually goes like, "So, we went to the beach, and were watching the sunset..."  and she will respond with some crazy shiat like, "When I first came out of the closet, there was a TV playing in the background with a beautiful beach on it, and a man and a woman, and I couldn't help but think about how hot the woman was.  That's when I decided..."

New story, every 5 minutes.  And she has been out of the closet for like 15 years, not like she's newly sprung.

Why is it so hard to understand that EVERYTHING isn't about you being gay?
 
2014-03-17 05:23:24 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: Edymnion: Yeah, gays are totally not banned from the parade.

They're just not allowed to identify as being gay in any way.  They have to hide among the other tolerance groups and not let anyone know who or what they are.

Because hiding your gays is totally the same as accepting them as human beings, and is in no way similar to what the Russians were doing during the Olympics.

Oh STFU.  Gays don't need to butt in on every damned stage. Like another farker said, maybe I don't want to explain to my 5 year old what "gay" is before he's even ready to learn about what sex is.

St. Patrick's day is not a political day. It is not a sexual day.  If ANYTHING, it's a religious day, but it's not that either.  It's just a day to celebrate Irish heritage and get hammered.

BTW, as long as we're talking about bigotry, many of you who whine that OMG TEH GAYS HAVE NO VOICE are also the same farkers who relentlessly and openly make fun of gingers.  Ironic.


I'm going to drink (GUINNESS!) until I see it from your perspective. Might as well pop open one yourself, this is going to take a while.
 
2014-03-17 05:24:07 PM  

trippdogg: This.  The parade doesn't ban gays - it bans groups marching behind gay banners.  You can still wear your green sequin speedo and feather boa, but you'll need to march with the rest of the Young Republicans.


Does it ban this?
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2014-03-17 05:24:09 PM  
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2014-03-17 05:24:10 PM  

FlashHarry: Occam's Nailfile: BTW, as long as we're talking about bigotry, many of you who whine that OMG TEH GAYS HAVE NO VOICE are also the same farkers who relentlessly and openly make fun of gingers.  Ironic.

um... nobody is seriously making fun of "gingers." it's a silly meme.

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Oh, so if I don't REALLY hate gay people, but ridicule them, it's OK?
 
2014-03-17 05:24:43 PM  

MaliFinn: vudukungfu: Please provide a list of anything this asshole, Rupert Murdoch, has his sticky fingers in so I may boycott those products.

You may forgo the fish wrappers, I don't eat Shait in a cone.

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Includes skipping the next X-Men movie


just download the blu ray rip when it hits the net :)
 
2014-03-17 05:25:24 PM  
Guiness just doesn't want organized religious groups in the parade advertising their bigotry. People accept Christians, they're just getting very sick and tired of religious groups waving their dicks in everybody's faces and screaming "HEY WE LOVE JESUS, ARE WE AWESOME OR WHAT????" all the time now. Maybe parents don't want to have to explain what bigots are to their six year olds at a freakin' parade.
 
2014-03-17 05:25:51 PM  
  Freedom of Beliefs
  Freedom of Correct Beliefs

Progress has been slow, but we're getting closer every day.
 
2014-03-17 05:25:56 PM  

Ablejack: JesusJuice: When did "bullying" get redefined as "trying to make someone do something they don't want to"?

Since forever. Now hand over your lunch money.


I think there needs to be an element of malice and unfairness.
 
2014-03-17 05:26:33 PM  

Clemkadidlefark: [holyfamilyparishportola.org image 465x600]

A Christian saint, who  Christianized Ireland with  Christianbeliefs


i bet you also believe in santa claus

lelz imaginery peoplez
 
2014-03-17 05:26:41 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: patrick767: Occam's Nailfile:
 No one GIVES a fark about the fact that you're gay

What planet are you living on? This statement is completely false. Ask the people of Arizona if "no one gives a fark" about people being gay. Ask the many states that have or are trying to write bans on gay marriage and/or civil unions into their constitutions and laws. Ask the countless gay people who have seen very real discrimination. No one cares? Bullshiat.

Maybe, just MAYBE, you're "bullied" because once you come out of the closet, you act like the world owes you something.

Blame the victim. Nice job, asshole.

Dude, I don't bully people, I have gay employees and friends.  I don't treat gay people any differently than anyone else.  But the "PAY ATTENTION TO MAH GHEYNESS" people are farking annoying, and annoying people deserve to be ridiculed - not for being gay, but for being annoying.

I have a lesbian acquaintance, who you cannot talk to for 5 minutes without her SOMEHOW changing the conversation to the fact that she's gay.  The way she slips it in isn't even subtle.  It usually goes like, "So, we went to the beach, and were watching the sunset..."  and she will respond with some crazy shiat like, "When I first came out of the closet, there was a TV playing in the background with a beautiful beach on it, and a man and a woman, and I couldn't help but think about how hot the woman was.  That's when I decided..."

New story, every 5 minutes.  And she has been out of the closet for like 15 years, not like she's newly sprung.

Why is it so hard to understand that EVERYTHING isn't about you being gay?


Yeah, I don't think so.

Any case, I'd love to hear your side of that conversation.  "When I met my wife/significant other, the TV was playing in the background and / it's great seeing all the babes on this beach because, yadda yadda..."
 
2014-03-17 05:26:53 PM  
Occam's Nailfile:

Oh, so if I don't REALLY hate gay people, but ridicule them, it's OK?

so you're saying that gingers are a historically oppressed minority?
 
2014-03-17 05:27:03 PM  
Nope, no sexuality allowed on St. Paddy's day

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2014-03-17 05:27:38 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: patrick767: Occam's Nailfile:
 No one GIVES a fark about the fact that you're gay

What planet are you living on? This statement is completely false. Ask the people of Arizona if "no one gives a fark" about people being gay. Ask the many states that have or are trying to write bans on gay marriage and/or civil unions into their constitutions and laws. Ask the countless gay people who have seen very real discrimination. No one cares? Bullshiat.

Maybe, just MAYBE, you're "bullied" because once you come out of the closet, you act like the world owes you something.

Blame the victim. Nice job, asshole.

Dude, I don't bully people, I have gay employees and friends.  I don't treat gay people any differently than anyone else.  But the "PAY ATTENTION TO MAH GHEYNESS" people are farking annoying, and annoying people deserve to be ridiculed - not for being gay, but for being annoying.

I have a lesbian acquaintance, who you cannot talk to for 5 minutes without her SOMEHOW changing the conversation to the fact that she's gay.  The way she slips it in isn't even subtle.  It usually goes like, "So, we went to the beach, and were watching the sunset..."  and she will respond with some crazy shiat like, "When I first came out of the closet, there was a TV playing in the background with a beautiful beach on it, and a man and a woman, and I couldn't help but think about how hot the woman was.  That's when I decided..."

New story, every 5 minutes.  And she has been out of the closet for like 15 years, not like she's newly sprung.

Why is it so hard to understand that EVERYTHING isn't about you being gay?


Maybe that's something you should ask her about, instead of projecting your frustrations on to a whole group of people.
 
2014-03-17 05:27:39 PM  
Farking hotlinking. I thought they fixed that.
 
2014-03-17 05:27:47 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: I have a lesbian acquaintance, who you cannot talk to for 5 minutes without her SOMEHOW changing the conversation to the fact that she's gay.


i know people who won't shut up about their kids. i'd have no problem if they wanted to join a parade, though.
 
2014-03-17 05:27:51 PM  

papatex: patrick767: papatex: Oh look. Another one of these stories again....

What's getting tiresome in my mind is some people are "allowed" to have a public opinion and some people aren't...

If I'm a Christian and my opinion is that being gay doesn't make sense, I'm a bigot...

Wrong. You are a bigot if you deny rights to and discriminate against gays. You are a bigot if you see gays as inferior to other people. If you're having a giant farking community parade and you specifically exclude gay people, then yes, that also suggests a bigoted motive.

And just to be clear, anti-gay Christians see being gay as rather worse than just "not making sense". They see it as a sin, as something that is against God, at a minimum.

If I'm a LGBT and my opinion is there is no God, it's just their opinion...

What an odd way to put it. Like straight people, some LGBT people believe in God or gods, some don't.

I'm not saying I get bullied, nor will I ever say that, but let's all make sure we realize its a two way street and regardless of if you like it or not, the parade committee can do whatever they darn well please, regardless of a few beer makers don't like it.

Of course they can. They can also reap the consequences of their decision.

No, you didn't say you're getting bullied, but you did claim a double standard is being used against you. It suggests that you feel persecuted, which is patently absurd.

So this goes for those with the opinion against the LGBT community, but the LGBT community shouldn't have to deal with the "consequences" of their decisions?

No, I'm not bullied, nor am I persecuted. But you further my point by automatically assuming that notion based on my opinion..


You're so misunderstood. Do you wear a black beret?
 
2014-03-17 05:28:19 PM  
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2014-03-17 05:28:56 PM  

R.A.Danny: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 553x800]


i think it's time we turned this into an "erin go braghless" thread.
 
2014-03-17 05:30:24 PM  
If the only way you can explain gay relationships to your kids is by describing how they have sex, you must have incredibly shallow hetero relationships. Or you may be retarded.
 
2014-03-17 05:30:48 PM  

milkyshirt: If the only way you can explain gay relationships to your kids is by describing how they have sex, you must have incredibly shallow hetero relationships. Or you may be retarded.


jesus. THIS.
 
2014-03-17 05:32:00 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: many of you who whine that OMG TEH GAYS HAVE NO VOICE are also the same farkers who relentlessly and openly make fun of gingers. Ironic.


Won't someone think of the red hairs?  Anyone?  Are they doomed to suffer forever?

Making fun of people is just like trying to deny them legal rights.  Got it.
 
2014-03-17 05:32:28 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: Why is it so hard to understand that EVERYTHING isn't about you being gay?


I understand your frustration with your friend. We all know somebody like that, because for some people all roads just lead back to the same place. They're boring.

The purpose of the visibility principal of the gay rights movement dates back to the Stonewall Riots, which garnered more attention in a single event than years of silent protests (by gay men and women dressed to the nines, no less) organized by the Mattachine Society. They were discouraged from holding these silent, peaceful protests by mainstream gay activists who feared visibility would hurt the cause.

One of the reasons it's so difficult to find lots of photographs from the early days in gay bars is because so many people were closeted that they did not want to appear in the background of a photograph.

The noisy "in-your-face" pioneers of the gay rights movement spread the word. More and more people came out. Every "straight-acting" guy who "doesn't seem gay," which seems to be a favorite among heterosexuals, should thank those early protesters. They created the space and fought the laws so that gay people who might otherwise simply "pass" are given the courage and resources to come out. The more gay people come out, the more straight people realize that gays are their family members, coworkers, and neighbors, thus countering the more over-the-top claims from the fundamentalist Christian right.

Visibility continues today so that young gay men and women realize they are not alone. It's nothing to be ashamed of, nor is it anything to shield a child's eyes from.
 
2014-03-17 05:32:41 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: Like another farker said, maybe I don't want to explain to my 5 year old what "gay" is before he's even ready to learn about what sex is.


So what do you tell your 5 year old when they see a man and a woman walking down the street holding hands?  Hmmm?  Do you really get into the birds and the bees with them?  No?  Then why would you need to get into it when they see a gay couple doing the same thing?

BTW, as long as we're talking about bigotry, many of you who whine that OMG TEH GAYS HAVE NO VOICE are also the same farkers who relentlessly and openly make fun of gingers.  Ironic.

Actually, I'd love to date a ginger.  Redheads are the best!
 
2014-03-17 05:33:13 PM  

papatex: If I'm a Christian

person and my opinion is that being gay doesn't make sense, and I support discrimination based on sexual orientation, I'm a bigot...

Fixed.
 
2014-03-17 05:34:38 PM  
Do you think the traditional marriage folks are drinking a bunch of guiness?

What beer is the choice of traditional marrage folks?
 
2014-03-17 05:35:43 PM  

Occam's Nailfile: Oh, so if I don't REALLY hate gay people, but ridicule them, it's OK?

Depends.
It's okay to ridicule people for their fashion preferences.
It's okay to ridicule people for their smoking preferences.
It's okay to ridicule people for their political preferences.
It's okay to ridicule people for their religious preferences.
It's okay to ridicule people for their moral preferences.
But it's not okay to ridicule people for their sexual preferences. Right?
 
2014-03-17 05:36:58 PM  

Devo: Do you think the traditional marriage folks are drinking a bunch of guiness?

What beer is the choice of traditional marrage folks?


zima?

/ducks
 
2014-03-17 05:37:11 PM  
Can't we get to the real issue here and just ban parades in general.  They are incredibly boring and fark up traffic all day.

/Good on ya, Guinness!
//If you can't explain homosexuality to your kids without bringing up sex, you have a narrow understanding of homosexuality and are spending way too much time thinking about gay sex.
 
2014-03-17 05:37:20 PM  

FlashHarry: R.A.Danny: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 553x800]

i think it's time we turned this into an "erin go braghless" thread.


Just don't pull out when it gets some Aaron goes jockless action.
 
2014-03-17 05:38:08 PM  
Golly, what a tough choice.

Should I listen to that cranky old fart who has helped turn my conservative friends and relatives into even bigger assholes?

Nah, I think I'll stick with supporting equality and that sweet, sweet, nectar of the gods.

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Sláinte!
 
2014-03-17 05:38:33 PM  

FlashHarry: Occam's Nailfile:

Oh, so if I don't REALLY hate gay people, but ridicule them, it's OK?

so you're saying that gingers are a historically oppressed minority?


Hell, even ignoring that, Fark, and a lot of gay people, are fine with gay jokes.
 
2014-03-17 05:38:34 PM  

Loadmaster: t's okay to ridicule people for their smoking preferences.


He can't be a man if he doesn't smoke the same cigarettes as me.
 
2014-03-17 05:39:54 PM  
Maybe, just MAYBE, you're "bullied" because once you come out of the closet, you act like the world owes you something. <a rel="nofollow" data-cke-saved-href="<a href=" href="<a href=" http:="" www.fark.com="" comments="" 8182992="" 89808804#c89808804"="" target="_blank">

The world does owe them something.  A farking apology would be a good place to start.
 
2014-03-17 05:40:11 PM  

R.A.Danny: FlashHarry: R.A.Danny: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 553x800]

i think it's time we turned this into an "erin go braghless" thread.

Just don't pull out when it gets some Aaron goes jockless action.


heh. fair enough.
 
2014-03-17 05:40:24 PM  

Loadmaster: Occam's Nailfile: Oh, so if I don't REALLY hate gay people, but ridicule them, it's OK?
Depends.
It's okay to ridicule people for their fashion preferences.
It's okay to ridicule people for their smoking preferences.
It's okay to ridicule people for their political preferences.
It's okay to ridicule people for their religious preferences.
It's okay to ridicule people for their moral preferences.
But it's not okay to ridicule people for their sexual preferences. Right?


All of those are choices except for one. And by the way you can ridicule gay people all you want, nobody's going to stop you. Just don't try to take away their rights because of it.
 
2014-03-17 05:43:25 PM  

LordJiro: Sidecrab: I don't have a problem with gays, but I think they hurt their own agenda by pushing gay pride. Win equality, gain acceptance, whatever, but taking part in a parade? That's just pushing it in peoples faces. And sex is not  'family friendly'.

Homosexuality is not all about sex. Just like heterosexual partnerships aren't all about sex. The fact that people whining about gay pride are so obsessed with the sexual aspect says more about the whiners than the actual gay people.


If it's not about sex it is called 'friendship'. No one has a problem with friendship.

Ablejack: So it's not the gay, it's the Pride. A deadly sin indeed.
/ by the way, sex is indeed family friendly. It's the most common path to being in the family-way.


Sex is controversial. You don't just have sex with anyone or anything you feel like. Would a nudist parade be acceptable to you? Or are you bigoted against God's creations?

thismomentinblackhistory:

Neither are most St. Patrick Day's parades. I believe it was only 1-2 years ago Hoboken considered shutting the whole thing down due to out of control drunks. Would you take your kid to a random bar on St. Patrick's Day? It's a bad scene, in general. There's a reason regular bar goers refer to St. Patrick's Day and New Years as "amateur night."

This is probably true.
 
2014-03-17 05:45:51 PM  
Chik-fil-a does not support marriage equality: "See, they're just expressing their beliefs about something. There's nothing political."

Guiness supports marriage equality: "WHY ARE THEY BULLYING PEOPLE WHO DISAGREE WITH THEM? THEY MAKE BEER, THEY SHOULD STAY OUT OF POLITICS!"
 
2014-03-17 05:48:19 PM  

Ted_Peppy: mark12A: Nobody is being banned from the parade because they're gay.

The parade doesn't want organized Gay Groups in the parade advertising their sexuality. People accept gays, they're just getting very sick and tired of gay groups waving their dicks in everybody's faces and screaming "HEY WE'RE GAY, ARE WE AWESOME OR WHAT????" all the time now. Maybe parents don't want to have to explain what gays are to their six year olds at a freakin' parade.

Just give it a rest already. People don't go to parades to learn about other people's kinks, OK?

This


So then, you would support no group being allowed to identify who they are besides "Irish", correct?
 
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