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Old 16-10-2018, 05:38 AM
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Yeah I can understand that to be fair, once it's not being used in an abusive manner, but rather to emphasise the abuse this poor guy endured on the street.

I'd say there'd be trouble though with other F words such as fuck, fucker, and fanny
Listening to this dope on neils podcast.

Its faggott abd Prenders had no issues saying it a few times.

I just get the feeling that yer mans behaviour is backfiring on him.

Cork is not a hateful place.

Racism, homophobia, sexism is very rare in cork.

These dopes shoukd actually go to a shithole country where this shit goes on wholesale.

He just called neil "man"......lol
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Old 16-10-2018, 05:54 AM
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Listening to this dope on neils podcast.

Its faggott abd Prenders had no issues saying it a few times.

I just get the feeling that yer mans behaviour is backfiring on him.

Cork is not a hateful place.

Racism, homophobia, sexism is very rare in cork.

These dopes shoukd actually go to a shithole country where this shit goes on wholesale.

He just called neil "man"......lol


It all depends on the lens you look out through.

If you’re convinced cork is a hateful place then that’s all you’ll see. And any little bit of evidence will support your idea 100%.

In general people just want to live their lives and get on with it. Sometimes these movements are counterproductive.

Do people’s really think that the younger generation today are becoming more hateful towards homosexuality and racism, even?

A few wums on the radio prove nothing, neither do a few isolated incidents committed by a few morons.

There’s been vast, vast improvements over the last 10-20 years or so.


It’s just that crazy liberals want to fight about anything that gets their jimmies in a twist.
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Old 16-10-2018, 06:05 AM
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It all depends on the lens you look out through.

If you’re convinced cork is a hateful place then that’s all you’ll see. And any little bit of evidence will support your idea 100%.

In general people just want to live their lives and get on with it. Sometimes these movements are counterproductive.

Do people’s really think that the younger generation today are becoming more hateful towards homosexuality and racism, even?

A few wums on the radio prove nothing, neither do a few isolated incidents committed by a few morons.

There’s been vast, vast improvements over the last 10-20 years or so.


It’s just that crazy liberals want to fight about anything that gets their jimmies in a twist.
Good post.

Corks most shocking incident of real homophobia was the murder of a gay man John Roche in what is now the Ashley Hotel . He was murdered by a man that he tried to seduce. The man Michael o Connor stabbed him and killec him because he feared that Roche would turn him gay and when he stabbed him he said " your gay days are over".
The case shows what real fear and hatred of gay people can lead to. It was shocking then and is still shocking today. Thankfully there has never been a case like it in cork since. The current generation of attention seeking goms would do well read about it and learn something.

Yes the older people find the changes in irish culture in terms of gays and multiculturalism difficult to deal with but the younger people are a credit to our great city.
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Old 16-10-2018, 06:09 AM
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Good post.

Corks most shocking incident of real homophobia was the murder of a gay man John Roche in what is now the Ashley Hotel . He was murdered by a man that he tried to seduce. The man Michael o Connor stabbed him and killec him because he feared that Roche would turn him gay and when he stabbed him he said " your gay days are over".
The case shows what real fear and hatred of gay people can lead to. It was shocking then and is still shocking today. Thankfully there has never been a case like it in cork since. The current generation of attention seeking goms would do well read about it and learn something.
I dont know brah, getting "aggressive judgmental looks" while you're trying to go about your day in a tutu is up there with that case imhofwiw.
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Old 16-10-2018, 06:12 AM
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I dont know brah, getting "aggressive judgmental looks" while you're trying to go about your day in a tutu is up there with that case imhofwiw.
According to unfunny Tadhg it was a glance rather than a full on look.

Also faggott was alledged to have been said by the old man " under his breath"
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Old 16-10-2018, 06:28 AM
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I think we can safely say that this bunch of losers pathetic attempts to hijack an equality agenda in a cheap attempt to gain publicity has backfired massively on them.

Trying to make themselves look good at the expense of our city’s reputation as a tolerant place will make these chancers look like the cccharlatans that they are.
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