Former UKIP deputy leader: gay people lead ‘short, miserable lives’
In a piece entitled ‘Calling the non-heterosexual’s bluff’ on WorldNewDaily, the former political adviser mocked the LGBTI acronym and ‘deathstyle’ led by gay people.
‘First they were just homosexuals,’ says Monckton. ‘Then they were “gays,” stealing an adjective from general use … Then they were “lesbians and gays.” Then “lesbians, gays and bisexuals.” Then “lesbians, gays, bisexuals and trans-sexuals.” Then “lesbians, gays, bisexuals, trans-sexuals and intersexuals.” And Uncle Tom Cobley and all.’
He goes on to claim that, ‘Official survey after official survey had shown that h
Calls for Atlanta Fire Chief to be dismissed for calling gay people ‘unclean’
When Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran self-published a book last November of his musings on religion, spirituality and life, entitled Who Told You That You Were Naked, it didn’t exactly set the bestseller charts alight.
However, the tome has prompted growing condemnation that the city official possibly didn’t anticipate.
Within its pages, Cochran offer his views on 'uncleanness', defining it as, ‘whatever is opposite of purity; including sodomy, homosexuality, lesbianism, pederasty, bestiality, all other forms of sexual perversion.’
Calling himself a ‘devout Christian man’, he also says
EA games gets perfect LGBTI workplace equality score for 3rd year in a row
Electronic Arts (EA), one of the world’s top producers of video games has solidified its reputation as one of the most LGBTI friendly companies, being awarded a perfect score by the Human Rights Campaign for the third year in a row when it comes to LGBTI inclusion.
The Human Rights Campaign chose four main criteria for how it determined LGBTI workplace inclusiveness this year.
They were whether a company provides equal benefits for same-sex partners and spouses, whether a company provides equal benefits for transgender employees and dependents, organization-wide competency on LGBTI issues
Oscar-winning actor's gay porn script to go into production
'John Gielgud was obsessed with trousers, loved corduroy and leather. And so he wrote a film set in a menswear shop'
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Shakespearean actor, Oscar winner and knight John Gielgud wrote a gay porn script that could go into production next year.
The thesbian penned the screenplay for Peter de Rome, who made gay porn in New York in the 60s when homosexuality was illegal, and was the subject of the recent documentary Peter de Rome: Grandfather of Gay Porn.