My partner and I are really worried about our neighbors and their homophobic and racist remarks. We moved into what we thought was a nice unit complex near [Suburb redacted] and for the first week or so after unpacking, we decided to introduce ourselves to our neighbors. Well, what a shock. The first door we knocked on was answered by a man in his fifties who said that he knew exactly “what type” we were and that he, nor anybody else in the complex, wanted us there. G asked him exactly what he meant and he remarked that we probably expected to hold “little dinner parties for our like minded friends” and that he and the other tenants would make sure that they were disruptive with loud music and other activities. We told him that we are just a couple like every other couple and that being gay should not be an issue. He then looked at me and said “but you are obviously an Asian so that’s another reason why you should both move out”. We are going to post this on a few parts of this site because we feel that our tenancy agreement should be part of our defence and also we need to look at our civil rights as human beings. What should we do? Thank you.