which university has the best gay life?

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yeah well unfortunately i didn't get into oxford so i can't go there!
its really a choice between UCL King's or Manchester. Of those three, which is supposed to have the best gay society?
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(Original post by medic)
yeah well unfortunately i didn't get into oxford so i can't go there!
its really a choice between UCL King's or Manchester. Of those three, which is supposed to have the best gay society?
Maybe this is a contoverisal issue but is anyone naturally gay? Or does the environment they live in cause them to be attracted to the same sex?

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I know someone who went to Brighton and he said there were more gay people than straight
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Hi!

I am applying for medicine in 2004 entry and was wondering which universities have the best gay life... And I don't mean how wide the gay nightlife is in the city the uni is located, but what the gay society is like, and how gay-friendly the actual university is...

Thanks alot!
BRIGHTON UNIVERSITY!

BRIGHTON IS THE BEST FOR GAYS!

http://www.brighton.co.uk/
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I realise I'm back on homophobia n gay rights - but before I start i'm off to London and I went down for a weekend coupla weeks back to try the water n see what nightlife and daylife is like down there and trust me gay acceptance nad nightlife are both great!

But - may I ask all those people who *disagree* with being gay, do you honestly think we chose this??? I mean would you choose a lifestyle that discriminates, hurts and puts you through alot of crap for um oh yeah nothing of any real importance?? No I don't think anybody would put themselves through that - the only reason they do is because being true to yourself is something that you need to be happy. Is it wrong that a person should not be happy if only to live the *normal* way, it's like telling a black person that they are WRONG and NOT NORMAL because they were born black and not white.
It's a product of human interbreeding, power and over evolution of the brain. We can't control the amount and ratio of hormones we carry in our blood stream and if it so happens that we were born differently - why should we be judged for it?
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[QUOTE=Gnostic]The northerners view us southerners as "airy fairies" and yet, if what people say on this board are true, it’s the other way around! Are northern “lasses” so bad as to have this effect? [/QUOTE

Must just be Manchester cas liverpool and newcastle have millions more straight clubs than queer. The term "airy fairies" is used to describe a straight man who acts like a complete fanny, it has nothing to do with the gay population in any city. Maybe you yourself are in the closet because for some reason you keep relating everything to homosexuals. It's true that southern airy fairies cant take their drink tho!!! Pussy shandy drinkers.

I personally regard myself as a total hetrosexual but have no problem with how many gay people are in my town or go to my uni. To each his/her own i say.
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(Original post by malledo)
I know someone who went to Brighton and he said there were more gay people than straight
I know someone straight who went to brighton to study and came back gay and camp as anything. So think i can agree with this statement!!!!!
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