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Friday, 22 April 2011

Nothing natural in being homosexual

 Pair ‘overwhelmed’ by response to gay kiss at Soho pub, which many people find very offensive, and
don’t want  to see too men or women
kissing in public places

On a first date between two men in a pub in Soho, in central
London's the perverted heartland.

Jonathan Williams, 26, said they were thrown out of the John
Snow pub on Broadwick Street "for being obscene".

The pair said they were kissing but it "wasn't anything
indecent". (Which really depends on what one calls indecent, and two men
or women slobbering all over themselves in a public place is indecent and know
one wants to see it)

Many people supporting Dennis Griffiths, ex-president of the
Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations, has said: "If he doesn't
like the house rules, don't use the pub."

Mr Williams wrote about the incident on Twitter, the story
was picked up by the gay press, and a protest was swiftly organised on social
networking site Facebook.

By Friday afternoon, more than 700 people said they would
attend a "kiss-in" at the bar in response to the alleged actions.

But early on Friday evening, their plans were scuppered. The
pub locked its doors.

However, that didn't deter hundreds of protesters gathering
outside the venue just before 1900 BST.

Homosexual rights activists staged a protest outside the pub

And after a countdown the kissing commenced in a disgusting
public display that no one really want to see but tolerates it, but pushing it
in your face is just not on.

The kissing was brief and involved homosexual couples, and
some passers-by said they were shocked and disgusted at the display.

A rainbow flag was raised above the pub, as Jonathan and
James appeared at the door. But this time they chose not to kiss.

Mr Williams said he didn't make a stand out of choice.

"It was circumstance. But I had a platform. I should
take it," he said.

"I hope people will at least consider that everyone has
feelings and you have a right to do, within reason, whatever you want in
public, if it's affectionate and loving.

A significant number of straight people were up in arms
about it, It goes to show people still find homosexual people offensive.

The John Snow pub and Samuel Smith's brewery, which owns the
central London venue, have not commented on the alleged incident.

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