General Discussion

A questionable butterfly


son of robin
Julie May

Don't people go to the Warren for the beach and amusements?  I never see that many people walking through the reserve, and have never seen anyone set up camp for the day inside it.

It's a bit ironic that Corbyn was recently telling Trump to build bridges not walls.  And in London they have now had to build walls on bridges.

Anne Marie Morris
11 Jul 2017

I'm a bigot because I don't adhere to the LGBTQ++++ political claptrap?  You are the one who is unable to accept there is an alternative viewpoint to the dogma of the gay rights lobby. It has now become something akin to a religion or cult.

11 Jul 2017

A fair few.  I stopped going to them when they became commercial and hijacked by the leftwing nutjobs.  I remember when it was just LGB, what the hell has trans got to do with being gay?  And as for the Q+, an utter sick joke.

11 Jul 2017

As I said earlier "queer" has been "reclaimed" by some. Don't assume you speak for everyone. Such arrogance.

10 Jul 2017

Of course she shouldn't have used the expresson, although I don't think she was being wilfully racist in the way that Labour MP Diane Abbott is.

10 Jul 2017

@From The Grave It's been adopted by some activists, there are many people who have not "reclaimed" the word and still find it as highly offensive now as in the past.

10 Jul 2017

The BBC recently broadcast a series about gay people that went under the highly offensive title of Queer Britain.  And they got away with it.  They wouldn't dare make a programme about the ethnic population with a similarly offensive title.

9 Jul 2017

I'm guessing none of the councilors who sit on the licensing committee live anywhere near the Lansdowne, and aren't affected by what goes on there.

MadameDuplicitous only registered on the site today, and I already have a pretty good idea who they are.

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