Interesting article by Thomas Breeze, but it begs the question of when and which street choirs can justify maintaining exclusionary spaces? We're supportive of women only choirs, of LGBT choirs... Would it be okay if young people, older people, BAME people, for example, wanted to make a choir a safe space, a space of shared experience, a space of their own? So, how about men? The fairly recent advent of choirs like Chaps Choir and Spooky Men's Chorale - entry requirement: 'We can grow beards, if we want to - challenges Breeze's argument, which seems to hinge on numbers equal survival for choirs and that variety of voices, if not diversity of people, is always good. Discuss.