Oh, that's really nice. I spent a few days there a month or so ago, for the first time in like, 10 years or so. I really enjoyed it, need to go there more when I find the time. Everyone just seems so much nicer. :x
Wow, you're clearly very proud of your sexuality. That's something I admire tbh. Ahh, it seems that wherever you go in the UK there's a social "no", really. Despite the fact that we're probably more tolerant of it than many countries, from what I can see anyway, being gay does seem to just be one of them universally. Which is ridiculous imo, since gay people are still people. Bahh, Irish accent > all. Although I do get taken the piss out of sometimes for it.
Um, wouldn't that be Liverpudlian, not Liverpoolian, lol? Haha, well, I'm actually only half British. My mum hails from the Republic of Ireland, making me half Irish. And of course, the RoI isn't part of Britain.
Also, I was looking at your signature. The question asked in it was actually very thought provoking, and I can up with no real answer than simply stating what's considered to be the norm now, which isn't even an answer in itself. Did you come up with that question yourself?