Australian Gay Activist, attempts to speak on behalf of all homosexuals living on the Island Oz; Australia. Tut, tut, tut shame on him.

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    Feb 28, 2010 1:28 AM GMT
    Eddie McGuire ( TV and sports personality) and Mick Molloy's( Comedian, and radio and TV personality) on air gibes about that men's ice skating costumes :don't leave anything in the closet" will be the subject of an anti discrimination investigation.

    The Chane; 9 stars were branded homophobic for the comments during a live telecast of the figure skating at the Vancouver Winter Olympics Games a week ago.

    But Herald Sun ( a major Aussie News Paper) readers have overweeningly voted in faviour of the Chanel 9 pair, saying they were just having a laugh, and I myself as a pure Aussie Homosexual, agree. I myself joke about such things.

    Of the 2500 voters,almost 70 per cent said the were not offensive; and I agin agree, as a pure Aussie homosexual myself.

    BUT...................gay rights activist , Gary Burns begged to differ.

    Mr Burns has lodged a complaint with NSW Anti Discrimination Board saying the comments incited hatred against homosexuals males. Guess mate don't come here to RJ, your whinny little arse want be able to deal with all the hate that comes from so many gay left winners to wards other homosexuals.

    His criticism came after McGuire and Molloy allegedly made disparaging comments about American ice skater Johnny Weir.

    While discussing the figure skating competitors costumes as part of the Winter Olympics coverage, Molly said: "They don't leave anything in the Locker Room, these blokes do they?"

    McGuire replied: "They don't leave anything in the closet either do they?" So true but funny to. Now the person at had would of known before had his feminine and outrages costumes would bring him attension, would he not?"

    McGuire then described one competitors costume as "a bit of a Brokeback Mountain", referring to Ang Lee's film about gay cowboys.

    Mr Burns said people in powerful positions should be aware that they have a responsibility as presenters. Oh please Mr Burns I for one disagree with you to the point, Just because they are in a position of Powers, should they be repressed, and have censorship forced on them. then how as presenters could they present a full storey, if worried about upsetting a few people.

    Mr Burns also seems to think they should publicly apologise for their unlawful rant to the homosexual community of Australia, he said. Sorry mate just because for your own political gain you put yourself in the position as a gay activists. But.......not for one moment does this put you in a position too talk for all homosexuals living on this Island Oz. You do not speak for me, and I want an apology from you for making it seem that Ausie homosexuals, and Australian ones to for that matter, are so limp wisted, that we have been abused and damaged by this lightheartedness; bugger off.
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    Feb 28, 2010 4:35 AM GMT
    I'm sure Weir would of know his dress sense and feminine style would attacked attension, and it has. So the people who have noticed, and daringly commented have side no wrong, even if being lightheaded about the whole thing. They should not be made to feel shame, for commenting on another's actions Nor owe anyone an apology! I'm sorry but as a True Blue Aussie Poofter, I myself don't feel the homosexuals of Oz are so limp wisted that we need to go in the hall of fame political correctness for being so precious and delicate, that a bad word or a critical one can not be said about homosexuals. No many of us are men are do have the ability to deal with it. Albeit there are many negative aspects of the gay community.
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    Feb 28, 2010 4:43 AM GMT
    Weir has let the cat out of the bag ...and there is no putting it back in. Such comments wont be made again without immediate criticism. And they probably wont be made again, period. Weir is the Rosa Parks on the bus of homo-jokimg commentators. The strength and poise of Weir's rebuttal totally undermined any assertion that his costume betrayed a lack of masculinity.
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    Feb 28, 2010 10:29 AM GMT
    I have a feeling that Mr. Burns could have come out and said something completely agreeable.... and you still would have disagreed with him.

    Them meany-weeny, limp-wristed, liberal, (a probably baby-eating too!) fags hurt you years ago didn't they? And now you despised any position held by the majority within the gay community.

    How original.
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    Feb 28, 2010 11:42 AM GMT
    conscienti1984 saidI have a feeling that Mr. Burns could have come out and said something completely agreeable.... and you still would have disagreed with him.

    Them meany-weeny, limp-wristed, liberal, (a probably baby-eating too!) fags hurt you years ago didn't they? And now you despised any position held by the majority within the gay community.

    How original.


    Perfect reply, thank you.