Apart from calling for discrimination against homosexuals of course...
That's your ill-informed opinion. Given your other comments, I don't have any respect for your opinion, thus what you say is discounted. It's anyhow a misrepresentation.
You know that study I showed, where they tested "straight" homophobes reactions to male porn and found that 80% were aroused themselves weren't asked outright either if they were homophobes. They were asked a series of questions to determine whether or not they were homophobes. I bet you that some of the questions asked pertained to equal rights for homosexuals and if you answered that you were against them, that you would be in the homophobe group...
You bet? That's one of the problems with your view of this whole thing situation- ungrounded assumptions.
And for the record, I didn't actually say you were gay - I pointed at an independent study that showed that 80% of homophobes are actually gay themselves, and drew the conclusion from that, that there's a good chance that you're gay too.
You must be awfully insecure about your own sexuality to get so angry...
Keep digging... Interesting little backpedal there, though. You must be awfully insecure to backpedal.
As for any legal action against you, despite your current bluster, Hazza, I have no doubt you'll be asking a moderator to remove any potentially libelous comments once you are served.
why should it matter Conqy? I get mistaken for and accused of being straight all the time but I am secure enough in my sexuality to laugh it off.
It seems to me that to be offended at being mistaken for being gay you would have to have a pejorative view of homosexuality in the first place.
Perhaps you should review libel law. Then again, it's obvious Hazza wasn't trying to compliment me. Maybe you need to take that up with him.
maybe rubbing his nose in it will help him and badbob come out from the closet and be proper happy gays. get a whiff of california, boys.
Keep dreaming. Additionally, perhaps you should look at the polls in California on the constitutional amendment on the November ballot.