Wednesday, 19 January 2011


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'When we booked this hotel we just wanted to do something that thousands of other couples do every weekend - take a relaxing weekend break away,  do some poppers  and shove our fists up each others arses," said Mr and Mrs Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy, " that these two old hypocrites were more concerned about their laundry bill than my civil rights is just typical of the attacks on gay people which are all too common.  I mean, a bit of shit, maybe with some blood in it,  it doesn't bother us, why should it bother them?"

Mrs Hall had booked a room in a Cornish guest house for he and his civil partner and were astounded when, upon arrival, the Christian owners declined to honour the booking, saying that they wouldn't even allow unmarried heterosexual couples to sleep together and do some fisting and buggery.  It was just their faith,  they felt that only married people should sleep together and that, quite clearly, two screeching arse bandits, like these two, whatever they say, are not married. The visit by Preddy and Hall was orchestrated by Stonewall who had given notice to the guest house owners that their tiny business was an affront to everything that was decent and proper in the fisting community.  Stonewall then sent these two slags along, itching for a court case.  Now that the police service is seen as the biggest closet in the country, our two complainants were confident of a police intervention in this entirely trivial matter.  The cops were called to the hotel and spent some time - honest, not invent - finding Mr and Mrs Cocksucker alternative hotel accommodation, obviously no smugglers to catch in Cornwall, these days, PC Trelawney, sitting around on his pert arse, instead, gelling his hair, just waiting to fight hate crime.

In Bristol County Court, Mr Justice Slag ruled that the hotel owners Mr and Mrs Bull, elderly and in poor health, must pay the screeching bitches nearly four grand in compensation.  Their religious beliefs are shit, compared with the rights of these two revolting hypocrites, he said, even though they offered the claimants two single rooms  and were not at all rude or unpleasant towards them, just a bit eccentric, they are clearly in breach of the  relevant ShitOnTheSheets (permission to)  legislation..

Mrs Bull has argued that even her brother and his female partner were not allowed to share a room in her house due to her strict religious beliefs. And they don't even do any of that Shit-love shit, as far as we know. Or sticking their fists up each other's arses.. Nipple clamps and cock rings, they don't so any of that shit, either.

'Our double-bed policy was based on our sincere beliefs about marriage, not hostility to anybody,' she said.
The notice on the Bull's website read: 'We have few rules but please note that out of a deep regard for marriage we prefer to let double accommodation to heterosexual married couples only.'

Ben Summerskill, a career gay activist from Stonewall, and a complete waste of space,  enthused over the ruling, hissing spitefully:
 'You can't turn away people from a hotel because they're black or Jewish and in 2011 you shouldn't be able to demean them by turning them away because they're gay either.
'Religious freedom shouldn't be used as a cloak for prejudice.  Smearing shitty anal lubricant on the sheets can no longer be seen as an impediment to a stay in a small, privately-run guest house.'
Right, Ben, you know best. Cunt.
 Earlier gay activists, truly bold,  entrapped and brutalised by the very same Old Bill, battered and courageous, will be spinning in their graves at this fucking nonsense.


Verge said...

Presumably, in the interests of balance, for their next trick Stonewall will try to book a marriage (civil-ceremony-whatever-the-fuck) in a small Catholic church, or better yet a bijou Bradford mosque.

PT Barnum said...

This organisation stole their name from the first, great confrontation between police-sanctioned harrassment and violence and the perpetually harrassed homosexual subculture, which took place on Stonewall Street (Avenue? Memory is poor today) in New York c. 1970. It is indeed an utter affront to those who fought in every way just to be left alone to do their private thing in private with consenting adults, and not victimised, assaulted, or murdered for being a bit different. Back then all the florid, OTT stuff was for in-house only, the separation from 'straight' society being part of the kick. Now - while most just live lives of banal ordinariness - those who are paid to be vulgar and abusive in public are giving the whole group a bad name.

mongoose said...

Am I alone in being revolted by the spectacle of Reg and his chum parading that newborn baby about the place? Completely vile spectacle, the horrible bastards. Self-awareness? Who? What? Where? Fuck off back to your mansion on the hill with the poor child and spare us all. There are not enough sick buckets in the land.

HenryJ said...

Think your piccy of the worms should be used on this commentry,I think the law has opened a real bag of them and I look foreward to the chaos that will come from all quarters when his "honours" judgement filters through and the wise realise their could be a few bob in it.

Sadly it was said before the changed the law for homosexuals that it would make them above the ordinary people in the laws of this country.

lilith said...

Would Mr and Mrs Bull be allowed to go clubbing at Heaven? "Hello, we are heterosexual Christians and we want to go to Heaven." They should try it, then sue.

Wrinkled Weasel said...


Anonymous said...

How long before it is compulusory?

Brian said...

Why is this place apparently allowed to discriminate?

lilith said...

A quick google of "gay friendly hotel Penzance" comes up with five decent hotels. I don't know why the Judge didn't point that out to these "victims".

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Mike said...

1. White
2. Anglo/Saxon
3. Hetrosexual

Perm any 2 from 3 and you are discriminated against. All 3, and you don't stand a chance. If you happen to be middle-class as well, then you're paying for all the shite as well.

Dick the Prick said...

It's not so much the judgement but the full scale ratcheting up at every possible stage. This should never have got past the first copper.

That Guyz Hotel sort of advertisers than you can nip out, buy some rent boy's arse and keep it until breakfast. Tres romantic.

black hole sunset said...

The whole incident brings to mind rubber sheets, chocolate tiaras and a guestbook full of pseudonyms like Randy Bender and Guy Pfister.

Brian said...

Will they blow their £3,600 on a romantic break in Brighton staying at this hotel?

Woman on a Raft said...

For those who can face the forensics I've written at tedious length and said a few words about Stonewall's funding.

A little law background: when the Civil Partnership legislation came in certain parts of the gay community were piqued that they couldn't get the M-word applied and churches forced to do religious weddings.

Even Labour isn't stupid enough to try that, and instead came up with quite a good compromise whereby gay people got 99% of what the demanded or else got 0% if they were silly.

The disputed 1% was church weddings, the M-word and the rare cases where married people could be treated differently to single people as that normally falls foul of earlier sex-discrimination law. Arguably, the Bulls can't operate this lawfully anyway, but heteros didn't fancy the fight. Or maybe they just wrote "Mr and Mrs Smith" in the register, as is traditional. You can't go by the names these days. You'd have to ask everyone for a marriage certficate.

Stonewall then set about lobbying for a number of measures which were enacted not directly, but via a Statutory Instrument which sneaks in behind the primary legislation where it is harder to see.

The clause didn't look dangerous; it just said that for the purposes of discriminating in the supply of goods or services, civil partnership was not to be regarded as materially different to marriage.

That's lawyer-speak for "marriage is the same as civil partnership".

Stonewall then spent some time trying to find this highly exceptional case to bring a claim under.

The police officer had no business getting involved in a civil matter. Their job is the criminal law and unless they think there is going to be a punch-up, they should decline to become embroiled.

black hole sunset said...

Thanks for that, Mrs Raft. Very interesting.