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Aussie Gay Bar Bans Women

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As far as discrimination goes, the tables have turned Down Under. Gays can now practice bias (legally) if they so please at a popular club in Melbourne, Australia. Sircuit Bar has won the right to ban women from entering through their doors.

 The club, which is famous for their "Butt Naked" and "Bloke VS Bloke" evenings, is now exempt from anti-discrimination laws since the new ruling took place today. The club wishes to make a safe environment where gay men feel comfortable (i.e. they do not want "predatory females who wish to turn them straight" allowed in). We're not sure how we feel about gay rights through discrimination, but we're sure no women will be too heartbroken over the Sircuit's ban.

 

-- JESSICA KLAEBE


If you are heading to the big smoke and feel like a night out with no sheilas (ladies), then hit up Sircuit Bar.

Once you get to Oz, stray out past the big cities and see what else is on offer.

Photo: AFP/Getty Images

114461863

As far as discrimination goes, the tables have turned Down Under. Gays can now practice bias (legally) if they so please at a popular club in Melbourne, Australia. Sircuit Bar has won the right to ban women from entering through their doors.

 The club, which is famous for their "Butt Naked" and "Bloke VS Bloke" evenings, is now exempt from anti-discrimination laws since the new ruling took place today. The club wishes to make a safe environment where gay men feel comfortable (i.e. they do not want "predatory females who wish to turn them straight" allowed in). We're not sure how we feel about gay rights through discrimination, but we're sure no women will be too heartbroken over the Sircuit's ban.

 

-- JESSICA KLAEBE


If you are heading to the big smoke and feel like a night out with no sheilas (ladies), then hit up Sircuit Bar.

Once you get to Oz, stray out past the big cities and see what else is on offer.

Photo: AFP/Getty Images



As far as discrimination goes, the tables have turned Down Under. Gays can now practice bias (legally) if they so please at a popular club in Melbourne, Australia. Sircuit Bar has won the right to ban women from entering through their doors.

 The club, which is famous for their "Butt Naked" and "Bloke VS Bloke" evenings, is now exempt from anti-discrimination laws since the new ruling took place today. The club wishes to make a safe environment where gay men feel comfortable (i.e. they do not want "predatory females who wish to turn them straight" allowed in). We're not sure how we feel about gay rights through discrimination, but we're sure no women will be too heartbroken over the Sircuit's ban.

 

-- JESSICA KLAEBE


If you are heading to the big smoke and feel like a night out with no sheilas (ladies), then hit up Sircuit Bar.

Once you get to Oz, stray out past the big cities and see what else is on offer.

Photo: AFP/Getty Images

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