but in the opposite direction? I am a great believer in free speech and free expression but I question whether we have allowed the balance to shift too far in favour of minority religous or sexual groups at the expense of the very freedom we have been trying for so long to create? If someone is gay, fine, no problem, their life choice but does it have to be so 'in your face', like the characters in the Pineapple Dance Studio programme that it smacks of "We can do whatever we want to and there's absolutely nothing you can do about it because we can hide behind the law and cry "Racist" or "Homophobe" as soon as you say anything against us". Surely everybody from whatever ethnic, religous or sexual group should be able to say what they wish against whomever without fear of reproach. I no longer feel we are on a fair two way street.
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