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Christians Versus Unmarried Gay Sex In Cornwall Hotel Case

by | 13th, December 2010

TO Bristol County Court, where Gay couple Steven Preddy and Martyn Hall are suing Peter and Hazelmary Bull for refusing to allow them to share a double bed at their Chymorvah Private Hotel in Marazion near Penzance, Cornwall. The copel say there are Christians and, as such, do not allow unmarried couples to share a bed under their roof. Preddy and Hall are seeking £5,000 in damages, alleging sexual orientation discrimination.

In court, the plaintiffs say they are members of Stonewall, a lobbying group that would prevent attacks on lesbians, gay men and bisexuals from ever occurring again.

Also in court, the Bulls’ employee Bernie Quinn, Quinn says that before Preddy and Hall

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