The freedom to say what you truly believe is already beleaguered in Britain. But the gay rights movement in the country is squelching it some more. I don't see how free speech is divisible. If some gays want the right to walk down a high street in a harness, more power to them. But on what grounds should they then object to the public speech of bigots or merely traditional Christians? The idea that gay people - of all people - should be infringing on the rights of others to express themselves freely is extremely depressing. You'd think these people would remember that free speech was once about the only right gay people had. But they don't. The bossy p.c. left still controls the gay establishment. And the intolerance that is intrinsic to the hard left often shows.

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