Matt Lucas’ refrain in Little Britain, ‘the only gay in the village’, like so much else in that comedy series, played on presumed UK-wide prejudices – in this case, that Wales is a macho, inward-looking, anachronistic, narrow-minded, village-based country. That the fictional location turned out to be populated by a competitive bevy of gays in […]
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