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Obama Regime Raids Gay Escort Service

Posted by V the K at 10:13 am - August 27, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

They warned me if I voted for Mitt Romney, the Government would start raiding and shutting down websites that promote gay-sex-for-pay.

Federal agents and New York City police raided the Manhattan offices of an online male escort service Tuesday, arresting the site’s CEO and six of his employees.

Rentboy.com chief executive Jeffrey Hurant and six others were arraigned in federal court in Brooklyn on charges of promoting prostitution across state lines. Prosecutors say the site sold advertisements for high-priced male prostitutes for several hundred dollars, then charged customers up to $299 per month to access the ads. The operation took in more than $10 million since 2010, prosecutors said.

Classic

Posted by V the K at 8:52 pm - August 7, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture
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Follow-Up on that Satan Statue Thing

Posted by V the K at 9:00 pm - July 27, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Turns out, it was pretty gay.

At approximately 11:30 p.m. Attendees shouted “Hail Satan” as two shirtless men pulled off the cloth that covered the Baphomet and then embraced and kissed each other in front of the statue.

LGBT Activists Seek to Sexualize Children

Posted by V the K at 11:40 pm - July 26, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

And by “Activist” I mean “Predators.” Via Instapundit: At Anti-Bullying Conference, Iowa Middle Schoolers Learn About Lesbian Strap-On Anal Sex, Fake Testicles.

In rural, small-town Iowa, a group of parents and community leaders is seeking to prevent students from the local taxpayer-funded middle school and high school from attending future versions of an anti–bullying conference for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender teens.

Among the nearly two dozen speakers, “only two” addressed bullying, one attendee estimated, according to EAGnews.org.

The rest of the sessions involved issues such as “how to pleasure their gay partners.”

Nate Monson, executive director of Iowa Safe Schools, said parents who worry about middle school kids hearing about anal sex with strap-ons and analingus are “disgusting.”“It’s incredibly frustrating that adults are being the problem and being the bully,” Monson told the Des Moines NBC affiliate. “

I would love to have the police examine Nate Munson’s laptop, wouldn’t you?

Is this mainstream gay culture? Or are these … well, we can’t call them fringe radical extremists because as far as we know, none of them want to cut the Federal budgets… sensibilities represented by these folks also offensive to gays as well?

I ask in all seriousness; does mainstream gay culture support the sexualization of adolescent children?

Feminists Bringing the Crazy

Posted by V the K at 11:18 pm - July 25, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

R.S. McCain’s blog has been increasingly focused on the insanity of the feminist left. Here’s a couple of recent items.

First, a lesbian divorce is turning ugly, with mutual accusations that amount to “the other one is a crazy bitch.” But this is really a point of departure for him to discuss the violence and dysfunction the LGBT Community hides because it would be bad PR were the extent of it to become broadly known.

This myth of lesbians enjoying conflict-free relationships has become a sort of propaganda deployed by feminists who wish to blame males for everything everything wrong in heterosexual relationships.

Anyone who knows anything about human nature knows better than to believe these things, but just as the gay-rights movement has sought to suppress negative information about the LGBT community, feminists have sought to suppress positive information about heterosexual males. This has produced a distorted perception of the world which, all things considered amounts to a propaganda of hatred, which Professor Daphne Patai called Heterophobia. However, when anyone — particularly a heterosexual male — tries to balance this one-side propaganda, he is invariably accused of sexism and homophobia: “How dare you suggest some women are not entirely sane?” or, “How dare you suggest some homosexuals are not entirely honest?”

Second, McCain brings to our attention a radical lesbian “performance artist” who has acquired some, shall we say, interesting props.

“My girlfriend and I received these lovely jesus-on-the-cross dildos yesterday from Divine Interventions. Check them out! So many awesome blasphemous toys. We are very happy with them!”

And they wonder why Christians don’t want to bake cakes for them.

Update: Speaking of unhinged radical feminists.

The New Normal

Posted by V the K at 10:35 pm - July 20, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture,Gay PC Silliness

Under the New Normal, worrying about the debt and expressing a desire for fiscally responsible, Constitutionally-restrained Government marks you as a dangerous extremist and a whackjob.

This, however, is perfectly normal
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The organizers of Free Pride Glasgow in Scotland have hit a snag in their mission to plan a totally inclusive event:
Some activists think drag queens are offensive to transgender people, others think banning drag queens is offensive to transgender drag queens, and still others think allowing only transgender drag queens is offensive to cisgender drag queens.

And they insist that they are the normal ones.

If there were a way off this planet, I’d leave.

Gay Dude Sues Bible Publisher for Publishing Bibles

Posted by V the K at 1:06 pm - July 9, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

The Bible contains verses that hurt his feelings. He’s suing.

A homosexual man has filed a $70 million lawsuit against Bible publishers Zondervan and Thomas Nelson, alleging that their version of the Bible that refers to homosexuality as a sin violates his constitutional rights and has caused him emotional distress.

Bradley LaShawn Fowler, an ex-con turned author, filed the federal suit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan on Monday, the same day a judge refused to appoint him a lawyer for his suit against Thomas Nelson, The Grand Rapids Press reported.

Russia Unveils Straight Pride Flag

Posted by V the K at 10:37 pm - July 8, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

The Russians have created a flag to counter the Rainbow Propaganda and celebrate the traditional family. This should drive the leftists nanners.

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Aesthetically, it’s a disappointment. This is the same country that produced the Soviet iconography that inspired Shepard Fairey’s iconic Obama personality cult poster. Light blue is never a strong statement (think UN Peacekeeper helmet). And the rest of it looks like a sticker in the back of a Soccer Mom’s SUV. Try again, Putin. With Russia’s demographic problems, they really need to do something to get people breeding again, but this ain’t it.

But, the point is, if there can be a gay pride flag, then why not a straight pride flag?  Anyway, the rainbow flag was historically an emblem for international socialist groups.  But you knew that, right?

Speaking of flags, the South Carolina legislature defeated a proposed amendment to replace the Confederate Flag on the statehouse grounds with a plain white surrender flag. This is what the left actually wants, but it still wouldn’t have satisfied them anyway.

They probably would have gone for the rainbow flag.

Progressive Fast Food Chain Markets to Promiscuous Gays

Posted by V the K at 8:59 am - June 30, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Chipotle has been handing out some provocative coupons at gay pride parades around the country.

The coupons are printed with the phrase “?Homo estas?” above a photo of a burrito. Below the burrito, there is text that reads, “Which way do you sway?” with arrows pointing to two buttons. One button reads “I eat tacos” and the other reads “I eat burritos.”

Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said the company has used the tagline in support of Pride events for several years “and it has always been very well received in the LGBT community.” “If there are some who find it insensitive, we certainly apologize for that,” he told Business Insider.

Call it a hunch, but if Rush Limbaugh made a joke like this, there would be protests and boycotts.

There’s No Pleasing Some People

Posted by V the K at 9:50 pm - June 29, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Some gay activists are whining that the end of the gay marriage struggle has left them… unsatisfied.

The more victories that accumulate for gay rights, the faster some gay institutions, rituals and markers are fading out. And so just as the gay marriage movement peaks, so does a debate about whether gay identity is dimming, overtaken by its own success.

“What do gay men have in common when they don’t have oppression?” asked Andrew Sullivan, one of the intellectual architects of the marriage movement. “I don’t know the answer to that yet.”

“The thing I miss is the specialness of being gay,” said Lisa Kron. “Because the traditional paths were closed, there was a consciousness to our lives, a necessary invention to the way we were going to celebrate and mark family and mark connection. That felt magical and beautiful.”

Oh, dear, what will they ever do now? What is next for the gay left. Reparations, perhaps?

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Dykes to Watch Out For*

Posted by V the K at 10:38 am - June 2, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture,Gay Victimization

[The headline is a reference to this, so please spare me any SJW PC opprobrium.]

A lesbian womyn at Virginia Tech murdered her lover in a fit of rage after being told their affair was just “experimentation.”

A former Virginia Tech student has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for the 2014 murder of another female student, who [sic] she brutally strangled after the victim wrote their lesbian fling off as an ‘experiment.’

‘I loved Sam — I couldn’t believe she would say that I was some experiment to her,’ Ewing told the court in Christiansburg. ‘It hit me where I was most hurt.’

Her *feelings* were hurt, don’t you understand? If the Wedding Cake Fascists have taught us anything, it’s that nothing is more important than the bruised feelings of an aggrieved homosexual.

Seriously though, domestic violence in the LGBT community is one of those deep dark secrets no one is supposed to talk about.

Get Over Yourself, Princess, Everything Isn’t About You

Posted by V the K at 2:30 pm - May 29, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

A gay teenager who wanted to turn his high school graduation into his own personal coming out party didn’t get to do that.

The school says Young didn’t submit a revised version of the speech and that a graduation speech is not the time for a student to “push his personal agenda on a captive audience.”

Y’think?

Seriously, a high school graduation is a sufficiently grueling ordeal as it is. (Except for my last son’s. In an out in an hour, well done!). And it’s really not the place for politics. Indeed, I would suggest we need fewer politics in our public space, not more. Also, let’s face it, there are people who like to make everything about themselves; we need less indulgence of that, too.

Social Conservative Outraged by Gay Subversion of Traditional Family Structure

Posted by V the K at 2:25 pm - May 29, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

And by “social conservative” I mean paleo-feminist Germaine Greer. [From Breitbart]

Feminist commentator Germaine Greer has criticised Elton John for calling his partner David Furnish “mother” of their two sons.

Speaking at the Hay Literary Festival, Greer accused the men of “deconstructing motherhood”, criticising them for the fact that Furnish was listed as mother on their children’s birth certificates.

Oh, speaking of transgressing heteronormative structures, a gay couple who used to be “father and son” are now “husband and husband.” [Hat Tip: Steve the Commenter]

It’s almost like words don’t mean anything anymore.

Absolutely Essential Government Spending

Posted by V the K at 6:43 pm - May 27, 2015.
Filed under: Big Government Follies,Gay Culture

The Government thought it would be fun to finance a study to help schizophrenic Lesbian Gay Bullying Totalitarians [LGBT] deal with the oppression of convenience store clerks.

The National Institutes of Health through its National Institute of Mental Health has awarded $52,293 in taxpayer funding to the Toronto-based Centre for Addiction and Mental Health to study how to reduce discrimination of lesbian, gay and transgender people with schizophrenia by members of the community they are in frequent contact with, like the “convenience store clerk.”

Oh, the crippling austerity. When will it end?

Confirmation Bias Strikes Again

Posted by V the K at 5:22 pm - May 20, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

You know that study that was very much hyped by the left-wing media that purported to show that gay activists could change the minds of people on gay marriage just by a few minutes of subjecting them to lame slogans and hackneyed talking points about “equality” and such. (I am sure it was copy-pasted into the comments here multiple times.)

It was all b-llsh-t.

In what can only be described as a remarkable and swift series of events, one of the authors of a much-ballyhooed Science paper claiming that short conversations could change people’s minds on same-sex marriage is retracting it following revelations that the data were faked by his co-author.

The study received widespread media attention, including from This American Life, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Science Friday, Vox, and HuffingtonPost, as LaCour’s site notes.

The Left-Wing media are retracting their previous stories based on the study, the authors are going into Hillary mode (Questions from the press? No thank you.) But I am curious what happened to the thousands of dollars in grant money that supposedly went into a study that apparently faked all of its survey data.

Rick Santorum on Bruce Jenner

Posted by V the K at 1:14 pm - May 19, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

If you’re a deranged, foaming at the mouth, hatred-besotted leftist like Dan Savage, Rick Santorum’s comments on Bruce Jenner will leave your monitor flecked with spittle.

“My responsibility as a human being is to love and accept everybody. Not to criticize people for who they are. I can criticize, and I do, for what people do, for their behavior. But as far as for who they are, you have to respect everybody, and these are obviously complex issues for businesses, for society, and I think we have to look at it in a way that is compassionate and respectful of everybody.”

Not exactly, “I wish all trannies would just drop dead.” Dan Savage said that about Republicans and received widespread public opprobrium. Just kidding, the George Stephanopoulos network gave him a TV show to spew his anti-Catholic bigotry.

Gay Dudes Set Up Rural Spiritual Commune; You Will Be Completely Unsurprised at What Happens Next

Posted by V the K at 6:01 pm - May 16, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

So, these two gay dudes bought some land in rural Pennsylvania, hoping to set up some kind of gay spiritual technology-free utopia of some sort, expecting that other gay men would want to come live with me to live communally and simply. It didn’t work out so well.

They did get a few takers: a man who was interested in the culture of the early German settlers, but preferred to observe its customs rather than pitch in; a guy they called “the Primitive man,” who set up a lean-to on the property and wore loincloths in the summer (he stayed the longest but turned out to be mentally ill).

Then there was the man who brought his accordion and offered to play while they worked. Indeed, the farming chores seemed to mystify most of their would-be brothers.

Everyone just wanted to watch us work, and that got old real fast,” Johannes said.

“Not wanting to do any work,” is why a lot of left-wing utopias fall apart. They also tend to attract the mentally ill.

Personally, I love the idea of going off the grid. I have often considered buying a remote piece of land and living simply on it. My son is into the idea, but other members of the family… not so much.  If I did, though, it would not be in the expectation of establishing any kind of “community.”

On a related note, gay amish romance novels are apparently a thing. I did not know that.

Gay Culture More Rapey than Str8 Culture?

Posted by V the K at 10:23 pm - May 13, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Apparently so.

According to the 2010 National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 44 percent of lesbian women and 61 percent of bisexual women have been victims of intimate partner violence in the form of rape, physical violence and/or stalking, compared to 35 percent of heterosexual women. In the same survey, it is mentioned that 26 percent of gay men and 37 percent of bisexual men have experienced the same intimate partner violence, compared to 29 percent of heterosexual men.

For too long, lesbians (and transwomen, I guess) have felt excluded from the deranged rape hysteria among campus women. But now, LGBTQQIP2SAA activists are working on their exclusivity so that lesbians can join in the National Campus Rape Hysteria Movement as well. And Lesbians will have equal opportunity to falsely accuse partners of rape and get all of the consequence-free revenge and celebrity that goes with that.

Chik-Fil-A T-shirts: The New Hate Crime

Posted by V the K at 10:47 am - May 9, 2015.
Filed under: Free Speech,Gay Culture

Since so many leftists think that “Hate Speech” falls outside first amendment protection, it’s important to remember that under their rules, they get to define what “hate speech” is. In Maine, apparently, just wearing a Chik-Fil-A is considered anti-gay hate speech.

During the high school’s televised announcements that morning, two students on the broadcast wore Chick-fil-A T-shirts, Snyder said.

The students didn’t say anything about the Gay-Straight Alliance or the school’s LGBT community, but she believes they knew what they were doing.

The appearance started a flurry of tweets, with students calling out the two boys who wore the Chick-fil-A shirts.

The tweets continued over the weekend, and on Monday students who tweeted at the boys wearing the shirts were called to the high school principal’s office.

Students were told they were being punished for tweeting during school hours, and because some of their tweets contained obscenities, [one of the suspended students] said.

[One of the suspended students] responded to a tweet in support of the students in the Chick-fil-A shirt that said, “You’re expressing your feelings … Why can’t he?” Her response was, “Being an offensive [expletive] is not expressing your feelings.”

The LGBT Community is doing a great job training young people to behave like fascist brownshirts.

Would Christians be Justified in Terrorist Acts Against Anti-Christian Gays?

Posted by V the K at 6:22 pm - May 4, 2015.
Filed under: Gay Culture,Religion Of Peace

Ace asks in response to the media’s response to an attempt by Mohammedans to commit mass murder at an art exhibition deemed “offensive” to Muslims. The media are blaming the (would be) victims of the attacks; “Of course, we’re not justifying the attack,” they say just as they’re about to justify the attack. “And, of course, you have free speech, but if you offend Muslims, they’re an ornery and violent people. So, maybe you should show more respect to the Muslim faith.”

Meanwhile, anti-Christian expression runs rampant through the gay community, whether it is the obnoxious “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” or “Hunky Jesus” competitions. Or this…

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Now, Christians being tolerant, put up with this sort of stuff all the time. But suppose some Christians did shoot up or bomb an anti-Christian art festival. Would any of these, “Yes, Free Speech, but…” leftists be saying the victims had it coming to them?

Can you imagine anyone in the mainstream media saying, “Maybe you should show more respect to the Christian faith.” Ever? Under and any circumstances?