Category Archives: homosexuality

Violence Against Gays on the Rise in Europe

On October 22, about three thousand people rallied in central Paris “to denounce assaults on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and demand urgent action from the government.” Among the many recent incidents that had sparked the protest, noted Reuters, were “the beating of a gay couple by their cab driver” the previous week and the murder in August, in the Bois de Boulogne, of a “transgender sex worker.” Another report on the rally mentioned two additional, and particularly high-profile, incidents: in September, an actor named Arnaud Gagnoud was beaten up after giving his boyfriend a hug outside a theater in Paris’s 20th arrondissement; on October 16, Guillaume Mélanie, founder of the gay-rights group Urgence, was gay-bashed in a Paris street.

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Egypt “hunting down” gays, conducting forced anal exams

Six Egyptian men arrested for “promoting sexual deviancy” and “debauchery” on social media will be subjected to anal examinations ahead of their Oct. 1 trial, Amnesty International said on Saturday.

Their arrest is part of a wider crackdown against homosexuality that started last week when a group of people were seen raising a rainbow flag at a concert, a rare public show of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights in the conservative Muslim country.

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Gay Newlyweds Reveal They’ve Been Threatened Following Muslim Wedding

Appearing on the BBC, Choudhury said to host Victoria Derbyshire that he and Rogan have faced threats both online and in real life, including death threats and acid attacks. “I have people spitting on me and calling me pig — all the nasty stuff,” he said. “I just keep walking.”

Yet not a word about their tormentors, although “acid attacks and death threats” has all the hallmarks of those nasty right-wing homophobic Trump supporters.

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Embracing figures at Pompeii ‘could have been gay lovers’, after scan reveals they are both men

Two bodies found wrapped in a poignant embrace in their final moments as they were covered beneath molten rock and layers of ash in the ancient city of Pompeii when Mount Vesuvius violently erupted in 79 A.D.

The bodies were dubbed “The Two Maidens” when they were first discovered but in a startling discovery this week scientists found the two bodies were actually male – raising speculation that they may have been gay lovers.

Even ancient history must serve the progressive agenda.

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Chechen Authorities Arresting and Killing Gay Men, Russian Paper Says

On Saturday, a leading Russian opposition newspaper confirmed a story already circulating among human rights activists: The Chechen authorities were arresting and killing gay men.

While abuses by security services in the region, where Russia fought a two-decade war against Islamic insurgents, have long been a stain on President Vladimir V. Putin’s human rights record, gay people had not previously been targeted on a wide scale.

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An Open Letter from Gay Cop About Black Lives Matter

Alternate title of this post: “Why All Of This Is a Bunch of Bunk”

Yesterday’s forced exercise in depravity gay pride parade was hijacked by Black Lives Matter activists and it prompted a homosexual police officer to pen a letter expressing his disgust that Pride Toronto gave the movement honoured group status:

Dear Pride Toronto,

I am writing today to address concerns I have with your recent agreement with Black Lives Matter TO. I am particularly concerned with your willingness to remove all police floats and booths in future parades and community spaces. I should give you my background first. 

I am a Toronto Police Service Constable, and a homosexual. I have been on the job eight years. Prior to becoming a Police Officer, I served in the Canadian Armed Forces and completed a tour in Kandahar, Afghanistan, in 2006-07. 

I never “came out” while serving in the military. Though not for fear of persecution, I only told a select few about my orientation. I was still quite young and was simply not ready. 

It wasn’t until 2012 that I decided to come out. I began to tell a few peers at work, and soon word spread. I can say with absolute pride that my peers, and my employers/senior management, have never made an inappropriate comment to me. I have never been made to feel discriminated against. 

This year, 2016, marked a first for me. My first Pride parade. I would be working, nonetheless it would be my first one in any capacity. Wow, what an event. What a spectacle, a joining of everyone. 

The 2016 pride events really opened my eyes to something. The support that I have from my peers and supervisors has been unwavering. When I saw all those floats and officers marching (hundreds), I realized that my employer fully supports this part of me, and so many others like me. As I stood post at Yonge and College, ensuring a safe atmosphere, Chief Mark Saunders came up to me. I had the opportunity to salute him, and I knew that I had a leader who was invested in this celebration of Pride. 

LGBTQ cops have struggled for decades. I am fortunate, because it is their struggles in the past, that have made my orientation an irrelevant factor in my workplace interactions. Members of police services, and their employers (like RBC, Telus, Porter, etc.) have just as much right to participate as any other group.

Police officers are significantly represented in the LGBTQ community and it would be unacceptable to alienate and discriminate against them and those who support them. They too struggled to gain a place and workplace free from discrimination and bias. 

I do not speak for the police, and I do not speak for the LGBTQ community. I speak as an individual, one who saw his first Pride, only to be excluded from the next. 

Exclusion does not promote inclusion.

 

How about for the refreshing honesty of it all, this cop should just admit that this bold act of extortion overshadowed another bloated display of vulgarity and self-importance.

Is that too much to ask?

Identity politics has devolved the human race into tribes with competing interests, in this case who can be the biggest, whiniest blowhards who make spectacles of themselves while they argue who should be given more attention.

I would like post an older article from the Huffington Post (yes, I know) that – in graphic terms – gives one a good idea what happens when one vocal group of exhibitionists does not get their way:

(Sidebar: NSFW or younger viewers – bad language.)

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(Full article here)

 

This is why I say sit back and watch the train wreck that is leftists shredding one another unfold before one’s eyes. Neither party cares about “inclusion”. They do care deeply about who gets the limelight.

 

 

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Victory: School Board Stands Up to LGBT Pressure

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There were threats, anger, and intimidation by state and national homosexual activists. But the Franklin County, Tenn., School Board stood up to it. On Monday, April 11, the Board voted 7-1 to institute regulations that would severely restrict – and eventually cause to terminate – the activities of the “gay” GSA club recently put into the high school.

h/t Marvin

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