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They know very well gayism is non-sikh behaviour and lifestyle.

Perhaps its a good thing they holding this event as it will give a chance to infiltrate and skout out who these anonymous so called "gay sikhs" are and hopefully in turn expose their anti-sikh agenda.

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You are almost late by two years for this event. Pseudo Sikhs will always make new tags so they don't have to follow the actual teachings of Gurbani. Gay marriages will not take place in Gurdwaras. This whole gay right issue in Sikhi is just a fad. Once the health care bill starts hitting the governments elites extra vacation pay, then you will see the reverse of what is going on now. Just sit back and watch them destroy their own movements.

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yeah this event is expired and was 2 years ago whats the point of pasting it now hammertime007?

Sikhs dont really cares about gays and what they get up unless they try and mess with out faith and try to change it especially in a negative way then we do take issue with their motives.

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Maybe turning sikhi pro gay is a way to gain converts especially loads of white converts, 3ho are turning sikhi pro gay they think being anti pro gay makes you a homophobe which is just like being a racist and racism is prohibited in sikhi. It's strange how homophobia is more of a bigger issue then racism in the uk in the minds of the media and the government.

Voicing these opinions doesn't really go well in social sittings with your white friends, there seems to be some cultural differences on the acceptance of homosexuality overall.

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From my observations gay people are born that way. They may deny it initially but it eventually comes out.

I personally knew two gay Singhs, both of them tried to give off a heterosexual vibe but I could tell they were a bit 'camp' and a few years later they came out.

If that's the way they are, then that's the way they are. As long as they're not harming anyone then what they do is their own business.

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