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A man identified only as "Stuart" is demanding a refund from LGBTQ nightclub Push The Button after attending their "Huge NYE Party 2018." It seems his evening was going great until he looked over and saw — gasp — men kissing! This, of course, forced Stuart and his girlfriend to leave the event early, which he believes is the fault of the event's organizers.


Rob Holley, who DJ's and promotes for Push the Button, tweeted pictures of Stuart's email:

In his email, Stuart claims he "had to leave" because he wasn't aware it was a "GBLT" evening.

Twitter: @RobHolley

Rob followed up, asking Stuart why he "had to" leave.

Twitter: @RobHolley


Twitter: @RobHolley

Stuart explained that he's "not homophobic" but his New Year's Eve was ruined by being at a "gay evening."

Twitter: @RobHolley

Unfortunately for Stuart, it was made abundantly clear what kind of event he was going to...

Twitter: @RobHolley


Twitter: @RobHolley


Twitter: @RobHolley


Twitter: @RobHolley

The sight of men kissing is, apparently, what caused Stuart's discomfort.

Twitter: @RobHolley

Stuart had tried to get a refund the night before, only to be turned down.

Twitter: @RobHolley


Twitter: @RobHolley

Stuart tried to end the exchange by calling Rob "an ignorant individual with no empathy."

Twitter: @RobHolley

In the end, Stuart showed his true colors.

Twitter: @RobHolley


Twitter: @RobHolley

On Twitter, Rob offered a final message, pointing out that Stuart would have gotten his refund if he'd been nice about it.




Twitter users were united in their annoyance with Stuart and admiration of Rob.



Even if you wouldn't do it, seeing men kissing shouldn't ruin a New Year's Eve.


People called out Stuart for his self-righteous attitude and not-so-subtle homophobia.



We applaud Holley's deft handling of an infuriating situation! We hope Stuart goes to the right party in 2020 — the one where he and his girlfriend stay home, away from progressive society that makes him feel ICKY.

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