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Equal rights but no Equal Rules

It always amazes me how, as a collective we are constantly fighting for equality, equal treatment and for us all to feel that we are being fairly treated by our governing bodies which seem to ignore a few of our must basic citizen rights, yet when it comes to the inner circle of our community, equality is not precisely common practice.

I’ve seen it happen too often in Second life, where people are discriminated by size, sexual practices and so on, we have groups within our groups that divide and have their own established rules on who they let in and who is left out, but then again when thinking about it, each segregated group within a group is free -and entitled- to allow anyone with their same life philosophy into their community, as they may see fit.

But what happens when an event that is supposed to promote equality doesn’t treat all contestants equally -this by breaking the rules you as an organizer are expected to uphold to begin with-, this is when adjectives such as “fixed” “preferred” and nouns such as “favoritism” come to mind and truly tarnish the good name and image of our fight for equal right.

I have heard a lot of complaints about the pre-selection for the finalists of the Mr. Gay Contest, where many clubs and hopefuls planned events to select the fittest to represent their venue -and many others chose to opt out guessing how things would go-; rules were clear on this, wear The Tag of the Club you are representing and have a completed FULL profile as well, something that many of the finalists didn’t have -either the tag or the profile- which sent on a bitch trip to those who didn’t make it to the finals and had gone through the trouble of following the clearly stated rules so they would not be disqualified.

Judging by who was in charge of the event and the general organisation, I am not surprised some were given preference over the CLEARLY stated rules; why have them if you have no intention of following them? I won’t name names but this person has been known to have issues with rules in the past to favor a few asses he enjoys kissing… all part of rimming I guess.

We’re all fags, but no we’re not all equals, not even when rules are created to ensure we’re all fairly treated.

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This entry was posted on July 13, 2012 by in contest, equality, Events, gay, Second Life Spike Clemenceau.

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