Tag: Two Men

But we don’t have a choice. We’re in love with each other.

Fascinating piece on the BBC website. Imagine one house, with four people, but five couples. How does it work, asks Jo Fidgen. Charlie is talking excitedly about a first date she went on the night before. Next to her on

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The Berkshire B&B

No doubt many of you have already seen this. A gay couple were turned away from a Berkshire guest house by the owner who said it was “against her convictions” for two men to share a bed. Michael Black and

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Cutting Out Scripture

If you read Morning Prayer this morning in the Church of England you’ll have noticed that a portion of the Old Testament text for today was omitted from the official reading. Here for all to see is what we were

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A Question

H/T, Jill at Anglican Mainstream By Richard Littlejohn, Mailonline Just a thought, but if Harriet Harman reckons that it takes a man and a woman to run the country, why does she also believe that two men are perfectly capable

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