Talk:Polish homosexuals flee persecution by new right-wing government
Title of the article
I have added a question mark to the title of the article. In previous form, it might suggest that it has been proven that Polish gays really emigrate due to political reasons (and not because substantially higher salaries). The article in left-sided Guardian cites only one side of the issue (some representants of Polish LGBT movement), not any Polish officials or even Polish independent experts. Mr Biedroń can say whatever he want, he does not cite any reliable survey. I think that in order to maintain minimal NPOV, we should at least put a question mark in the title. --Derbeth 18:58, 20 July 2007 (UTC)
Would 'supposed homophobia' be more appropriate? The question mark just doesn't sound correct in the title in my opinion. --Vessol 16:04, 20 July 2007 (EST)
Given the issue of "investigating the tellitubies" for tinky-winky being gay, and so forth, a questionmark seems inappropriate. Homophobia is present in any country, any place, and Poland was named the worst in Europe by the EU, or something to that effect, anyway. Basically, I would remove the questionmark from the title. 188.8.131.52 20:54, 20 July 2007 (UTC)
- Well, Poland may be a bit homophobic, but there is no evidence that gays leave Poland for the UK mostly due to homophobia. Earnings in Great Britain are significantly higher than in Poland. Mr. Biedroń hasn't got anything confirming his words; British newspapers show mostly his interpretation of facts. --Derbeth 22:00, 20 July 2007 (UTC)
- The actual title does not correspond with the content - the title proposed by SVTCobra would be much better (and maybe "Homophobia in Poland drives some Polish gays to emigrate to UK"