The infamous straight white man strikes again! Saying what you just said is like a white guy (so I guess you, again). Saying “why do we need black lives to matter when black people are fully accepted now?” I am a Jack Skellington girl I was born with a heart on my sleeve. When we all know that’s not true.
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Attempting to change people’s feelings and thoughts is not an infringement on their rights. Did you not see the recent political campaign of parties attempting to change people’s feelings and thoughts to win votes? Have you never tried to persuade someone to see things from your point of view? I am a Jack Skellington girl I was born with a heart on my sleeveAttempting to change people’s feelings and thoughts by protesting to make homosexuality legal, and not seen as perverted was not an infringement of the rights of people who were demonizing and criminalizing LGBTs!
In the UK the military wing of Hezbollah is proscribed but the political wing is not. This means it’s completely legal for the political wing to march in London with the flag, and the Mayor cannot ban something that is legal. The only person who can declare an organisation to be proscribed is the Home Secretary, Mr Khan does not have that authority. He has to act within the law, so as the political wing of Hezbollah is legal he cannot stop them marching.
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London Mayor means business and by improving services City is doing better than the previous Lord Mayor. 24-hour tube and lot of night bus services are making easy for workers who work shifts and live away from their workplaces. I do wish he is appreciated because he is sincere with his job and keeping to his promise. No it isn’t. People still get discriminated against, kicked out of their homes, can’t get jobs or housing, can’t get served by businesses, beaten, bullied, even murdered for being gay or trans. Just because you don’t see it doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen.
I have plenty of dealings through work with LGBT community and also the clubs around London through work. The people I talk to all say they don’t have any more problems and feel the problems of the past are long gone. I was only saying TFL probably have other more pressing issues. Where tax payers and train users money would be better spent