We would hope that over time it becomes more normal for mainstream climbing clubs to have LGBT members. Having some straight friends and transgender members, joining and taking up posts in the club, felt like a really positive step. So you are more likely to hang out with someone who is prejudiced.
Going back to the language point, more recently perhaps 2 years ago NST decided to change the words in our strapline. It's not just about talking up sports and Glasgow, but human rights. Went here for a friend's birthday and while it was Halloween.
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P1 even picked up a plastic bottle [by chance it was the new Vodka Ctrl bottle a plastic only alcopops brand ] and was hitting out with it. Glasgow Gin Tea Experience. Traveller Overview. We have a steady intake of new members that makes up You will frequently find other gay clubs in Glasgow handing people leaving the club.
The above quote from interviewee 7 is of particular interest as he was working as a trainee-manager of a licensed venue on the outskirts of Glasgow where the glassware ban had not yet come into effect.
What a fantastic night. In particular, we have a really varied schedule of climbing meets during the year. We are not exclusive — we have straight members and many of us have straight climbing partners outside the club. Loading comments… Trouble loading?