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  1. https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-48555889

    A lesbian couple was attacked by a group of men on a London bus because there refused to kiss eachother for the men...I hate being reminded that this is still the fucking world we live in for many minorities, but we can’t shy away from it. This makes my blood fucking boil.

    1. Nast

      Nast

      this is sad

    2. PaddyFancy

      PaddyFancy

      If I ever meet someone online that says there needs to be straight pride, I'll show them this how even being middle ground isn't good enough to stop the shit getting beat out of you.

    3. Noodle Panda

      Noodle Panda

      Literally just heard that on the radio.

      Kinda ironic when you think about it. Usually an attack like this would happen *because* the couple were kissing.

    4. DarkRula

      DarkRula

      From that description, they sound real immature. Talking sexual positions and throwing coins at them as though they were at a nightclub? It's a good thing nothing more serious happened, and at least the couple hasn't been affected too badly. It's completely horrible to have to experience that.

    5. DanJ86

      DanJ86

      @Ernest the Panda That's the difference between gay women and gay men I'm afraid. Equality just feels like....something that might as well be in a far off galaxy.

      We don't even know if the attackers are in a minority too. Though their behaviour suggests straight men, I don't want to understand a person that would attack another...

      They are scum from all parts of life and...….that's really depressing...

    6. PaddyFancy

      PaddyFancy

      I don't even know what to do. How can anyone live with this devil spawns doing shit like this in the world? I would just totally shut down because how am I supposed to feel better after hearing shit like this?

    7. KHCast

      KHCast

      @DarkRula “It's a good thing nothing more serious happened, and at least the couple hasn't been affected too badly.” Umm, they were beaten. 

    8. DanJ86

      DanJ86

      @PaddyFancy It's not my place to tell you how to live. I would suggest not allowing yourself to obsess over this and look out for the positives. They are out there, trust me. Here is a website that only covers good news. https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/

      I'd also suggest not letting that anger you feel now, control you. You are right to be angry but if it takes over, it turns to hate and at some point, you might act on that hate. This is all hypothetical. I don't want a good person going down a dark path of hate. I did something similar and just ended up isolated and miserable.

      So try to focus on the good and teach tolerance and understanding towards others. That's what I try to do anyway.

    9. JezMM

      JezMM

      Worth mentioning that they apparently they were aged between 15-18, so a level of immaturity was involved. Still shitbags that deserve full consequences for their actions, of course, and it definitely highlights a failing of education on both LGBT people AND how dangerous it can be for immature minds to have access to porn without proper education on how it does not correlate to real life, which would have almost certainly influenced such horrendous attitudes towards gay women.  And naturally there's been some major failings elsewhere in their upbringing if, ignoring all of that, they deem violence like this acceptable under any situation.

    10. Nast

      Nast

      i respect the couple for not allowing this incident to scare them into shying away from public displays of affection. if it were me i'm not sure i'd have that strength

    11. DarkRula

      DarkRula

      @KHCast Yes, and they recovered quickly. The article has a quote from one of them saying that the attack hasn't affected their feelings of being open about their sexuality. A lot worse could have happened, especially considering the immaturity on display by the attackers.

    12. KHCast

      KHCast

      I’m just saying it sounded like you’re downplaying the whole violence factor and act like it was simply heckling and getting coins thrown at them. It doesn’t really matter that they recovered quickly, they were still physically attacked to the point of visible injury.

      Anyway saw this bit

      “Figures from 2018 from the Met Police showed that attacks on London's LGBT community have almost doubled since 2014.

      Last summer the government launched an LGBT action plan to improve the lives of LGBT people in the UK. Their research found more than two thirds of LGBT people said they had avoided holding hands with a same-sex partner for fear of a negative reaction from others.” God reading that put me in a mood.:/

    13. Nast

      Nast

      @KHCast he also condemned the attackers and the experience in general so i don't think he was trying to downplay anything. the whole thing is terrible but we ought to be happy that they're at least alive and not completely down on morale

    14. DarkRula

      DarkRula

      @KHCast I was talking about the immaturity of the attackers on saying that, not that that was the extent of the attack. I should probably have line-broke the two parts, so it didn't all merge together. It was never my intention to sound like I was downplaying the violence.

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