The Peel Hotel in Melbourne, Australia has recently won the right to ban Heterosexuals from the hotel bar. In an interview with Australian Radio, hotel manager Tom Freely claimed, "If I can limit the number of heterosexuals entering the Peel, then that helps me keep the safe balance."
What is the safe balance? In this interview, VCAT president Cate Mckenzie explains that not only do straight and lesbian groups become occasionally violent towards the male gay community at the bar, but that straight women also use the gay men as entertainment for Hen Nights.
An example of similar action in a much different venue is found in the Penn State decision to deny registration to the fledgling STRAIGHT Club. Is the day of the heterosexual over? Should more heterosexuals be watching Sex And The City for tips on how to behave in the new, homosexual world?
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