Women win right to ban men from dance parties. NO BLOKES ALLOWED! Melbourne Australia

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    Jul 28, 2009 1:58 AM GMT
    A party company specialising in dance parties for lesbians and bisexual women has won the legal right to ban men!

    Pinkalicious was givern the green light to stop men because they "might" pester women for sex.

    Fellow organiser Samantha Stevens argued: men should be banned because they would be intimidating and denture lesbians and bisexual women.

    But men's rights agency directer Sue price slammed the ruling.
    She said: it contradicted Attorney-General Rob Hulls move to open elite men's clubs venues including the melbourne Club, and Athenaeum clubs to women.

    Ms price said: Pinkalicus was givern special treatment.

    Extracts from the Melbourne Herald Sun July 22. 09.

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    Jul 28, 2009 2:08 AM GMT

    The blokes should follow suit!

    LOL, but I understand the gals. Often at dance halls, that is exactly what they want to do, dance and have a good time. Men however, admittedly frequent dance halls for another reason. I think the gals will have the same fun or more without the men around.

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    Jul 28, 2009 2:11 AM GMT
    I'm sorry but I find this absolutely outrages, and why>

    For one I well remember the gays of the city working hard for the advancement of homosexual in Victoria, and with every step forward we made, as I was apart of that fight way back then. The lesbians made advancement to from the hard work of us guys. If we had of left it to them we would still be living in caves.

    Now they want to run the show, after all the hard work has been done.

    The gay community got the Dance parties going in the 80s, and I was apart of that to, by going to many of the then new parties, and many of them have now been running for well over 25years.

    But the lesbians started to complain they wanted in to them, because the did not have as much of the pink dollars that us guy have, and could only manage small intimate parties for the lesbian community. So the guys said OK welcome.

    As soon as the doors where open to them, they made it clear they did not want men at their parties, because they wanted to keep them women only, and have done so.

    Now the dance parties us guys created are full of aggressive dyk's, that many men find intimidating, and threatening, and over the years ever fight I have seen in a gay club has involved lesbians.

    There is a gay club in Melbourne who banned lesbians because of all their aggression. They stormed that club for doing so, and demolished the men's toilets.

    Women want in to the priesthood, but boys are not welcome into the girl Guides or the Browne's.

    I am a feminist when feminisem is about equality, but this has absolutely nothing to do with equality.
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    Jul 28, 2009 2:25 AM GMT
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    The blokes should follow suit!

    LOL, but I understand the gals. Often at dance halls, that is exactly what they want to do, dance and have a good time. Men however, admittedly frequent dance halls for another reason. I think the gals will have the same fun or more without the men around.



    All I wanna do is ban bachelorette parties from gay bars! LOL
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    Jul 28, 2009 2:34 AM GMT

    Oh Matey, I don't agree. There is no gay bar around here so I've been forced to go to straights ones a few times. When those fuckin straight men get boozed up and that testosterone starts flowing they can really get scary and I don't mean funny scary, but very scary.

    I think more straight bars should go the gay route and create clubs exclusively FOR SEX. This way, people who come won't mind getting groped, harassed, and pursued sexually all friggen night by some weirdo. (no I didn't imply that all gay clubs are sex clubs, but that some are sex clubs, thankyou).

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    Jul 28, 2009 2:58 AM GMT
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    Oh Matey, I don't agree. There is no gay bar around here so I've been forced to go to straights ones a few times. When those fuckin straight men get boozed up and that testosterone starts flowing they can really get scary and I don't mean funny scary, but very scary.

    I think more straight bars should go the gay route and create clubs exclusively FOR SEX. This way, people who come won't mind getting groped, harassed, and pursued sexually all friggen night by some weirdo. (no I didn't imply that all gay clubs are sex clubs, but that some are sex clubs, thankyou).



    GG me love. You can disagree wit me all you want. But it doesnt make me wrong, or deprive me from the right of my view.

    But also keep in mind. I'm much older than you, and have many experiences in the gay community of the City I call home from the age of about 19, I went to my first gay club, and that was a long time ago.

    I now if I decide to go to a bar, will go to a straight one, and have never been in a fight, or beaten up in one, and I have even drank in a Hells Angels club, with my bisexual brother. In many ways I found those guys no less intimidating than a butch dyke, a feminazi. But I have me own beer garden now and I drink there, and a section of my garden is a women free zone, just out of principle.

    But I do find the double standard of women and lesbians frustrating at times. They fight down the doors of men's clubs, yet barricade the doors of women's clubs to keep men out. Men even straight ones have a right to women free zones, after all women have men free zones even at gyms..

    melbourne has a Bar the Laird, that is a women free zone by law. It's a bar for leather guys, bears, and gay who appear too be straight, a women free zone. Yet lesbians show it no respect, and continuously try to invade it, and the last thing that bar need is aggressive feminazi's.
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    Jul 28, 2009 3:45 AM GMT
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    Oh Matey, I don't agree. There is no gay bar around here so I've been forced to go to straights ones a few times. When those fuckin straight men get boozed up and that testosterone starts flowing they can really get scary and I don't mean funny scary, but very scary.

    I think more straight bars should go the gay route and create clubs exclusively FOR SEX. This way, people who come won't mind getting groped, harassed, and pursued sexually all friggen night by some weirdo. (no I didn't imply that all gay clubs are sex clubs, but that some are sex clubs, thankyou).



    It's not that I disagree per se, with women having women only dance clubs, or party's, or bars.

    it's the princible of the fact that lesbians of Melbourne have done their best to prevent men from having this right, while preventing men into their parties, and clubs and bars.

    In Melbourne and Australia the gays and lesbians are very divided, because that what the lesbians want, they do not want to be one community. But they too want to controle it.

    So in what you said you have pointed out there is a fundamental diffrence to men and women. So men have a right to women free zones, just as women do. My protest is women want too deprive men of this right.
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    Jul 28, 2009 9:49 AM GMT
    Hasn't the Laird gained an exemption from the anti-discrimination commissioner to ban women from the pub?

    That was based on keeping hen's nights out, I think. As long as discrimination is non-discriminatory, I'm not too fussed about it to be honest.

    But you're definitely right about the Girl Guides not having to accept boys whereas the Scouts have been forced to. Although, I doubt the Scouts are too upset about having access to punani when they're camping.
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    Jul 28, 2009 11:54 AM GMT
    makeumyne saidHasn't the Laird gained an exemption from the anti-discrimination commissioner to ban women from the pub?

    That was based on keeping hen's nights out, I think. As long as discrimination is non-discriminatory, I'm not too fussed about it to be honest.

    But you're definitely right about the Girl Guides not having to accept boys whereas the Scouts have been forced to. Although, I doubt the Scouts are too upset about having access to punani when they're camping.



    Yes indeed the Laird gained this exemption years ago, and it's the only gay pub I go to if I was to do a gay pub, and has been so for many years; gosh I must of first went there almost 30 years ago, when a lot of straights still went there and the gay part was the back bar.

    I have repeatedly see lesbian's tramp in there, to make a statement, and even been forcibly removed. I don't mind women having women only clubs, because I've never had an issue with men having them, but it's the double standard, while women try to break open the doors of men only clubs and institutions, they fighting tooth and nail to keep men out of theirs; that what I find so outrages, and so very wrong.

    Your right, not many boys would want to be a Girl Guide, but still it's a double standard.

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    Jul 28, 2009 8:49 PM GMT

    It's a woman's prerogative, Matey.

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    It's a woman's prerogative, Matey.

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    I love you GG, because you are no average bear.
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    Jul 29, 2009 1:29 AM GMT
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    All I wanna do is ban bachelorette parties from gay bars! LOL[/quote]


    I so agree...the bachelorette parties in Boston have taken over a couple of gyms. I am so tempted to spill my drink of the bachelorettes when they are sluming it.
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    sfinboston said[quote][cite]
    All I wanna do is ban bachelorette parties from gay bars! LOL



    I so agree...the bachelorette parties in Boston have taken over a couple of gyms. I am so tempted to spill my drink of the bachelorettes when they are sluming it.[/quote]

    LOL Finally someone who agrees! I have gotten so much flack for my view here in Omaha I created a NO Bachelorette party group on facebook just to tell everyone FUCK YOU!