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Government official's discriminating talk

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Government official's discriminating talk

Postby Belgian Pie » 22 Jun 2012, 11:18

“My wife is such a beautiful woman that not even someone with just a high-school education would believe [that I’m gay],” he said. “I respect each individual’s sexual orientation, but I am not ‘Brokeback’ [gay],” he added.

I guess he's not quite right at this ... shows how uneducated and uncivilized he is him selves ... and people like him are giving advice to the President? Poor Taiwan.
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Re: Government official's discriminating talk

Postby E04teacherlin » 22 Jun 2012, 11:26

I think you are reading to much into this.
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Re: Government official's discriminating talk

Postby finley » 22 Jun 2012, 13:49

I've noticed gay men like beautiful women as much as the next guy. They're just not interested in getting naked with them.

But yeah - it is funny how people here think that "educated" means having a collection of diplomas.
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