Groups of protesters gathered today outside a pub in Soho, where two homosexuals were ejected earlier this week.
The landlord said he disapproved of the gays' "public sexual displays" and asked them to leave. The queers later told all their friends, who spread the news along the gay grapevine, leading to today's protests.
"It's disgusting!" minced a supportive poof. "These two men were tossed out of the pub for doing nothing more than celebrating their love. If us fags are not allowed to bugger each other senseless in a public place, then I don't know what the world's coming to."
Elton John joined the protest briefly, agreeing that gays should be free to fuck in public wherever they wish. He also said he would be adapting one of his well-known hits and re-releasing to support the protesters. It will be entitled, "They won't let your son go down on me (in public)".
The landlord has since apologised to the gay pair, and promised that if anyone starts behaving in an overtly sexual way in his pub in future, he won't interfere - as long as they're gay.