Skip to comments.Lesbian couple ejected from mall meet with property managers
Posted on 10/17/2010 4:37:53 PM PDT by Justaham
A lesbian couple who say they were asked to leave a North Carolina shopping center after sharing a kiss and a hug met with the center's property manager on Saturday.
"We welcomed the opportunity to sit down with the women and offer our sincere regrets over last week's incident," said George York, president of York Properties, which manages the Cameron Village shopping center in Raleigh, North Carolina. The incident took place Wednesday at Cameron Village.
Caitlin Breedlove told CNN Raleigh affiliate WRAL that she and her partner were being affectionate, but appropriate with one another, when a security officer asked them to leave the shopping center.
The officer told the couple that they were being inappropriate and that "nobody wants to see that here at Cameron Village," Breedlove said.
The couple asked to speak to the officer's supervisor.
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These people bore me to no end.
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Amazingly, that already happened here:
What a coincidence!
It must be a coincidence.
I wonder if, behind closed doors, the homos were told that they would get an apology if they agreed to refrain from making out in public at the mall ever again . . . .
Yeah that was a GREAT coincidence! Don’t you just love coincidences???? I’m loving it, they’re great, they’re fun and they’re coincidences. Whoot! Whoot!
I know! It's coincidental! Whoot! Like the search function! Whoot! Fun!
Search??? What search??? nah, never heard of it.
It will be simple to ascertain if this is true. Those who are offended by that behavior, both customers and merchants, should make it known by refusing to shop or lease there. Let the owner tally up his losses or gains.
No, of course not. Nor was it planned to use the fascism of "compassion" to make the normals submit. Just another day at the office, huh sweetie?
I say if you're looking for a fight, you'll find one. My sister ate at that restaurant today and she said there was a huge rally across the street.
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