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If it weren’t for Double Standards….

Posted by V the K at 9:24 pm - October 6, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Apparently, only Christians give up their Constitutional Rights when they open a business. Gays (and Mohammedans) can discriminate against anybody they want.

The video shows the Christian group attempting to reason with the coffee shop owner, but to no avail. In fact, it only seemed to make him angrier according to The Liberator, and soon the owner :
“So you’re not willing to tolerate our presence?” Sutherland asked.
“Will you tolerate my presence?” the man responded. Sutherland assured him they would. “We’re actually in your coffee shop,” he said.
“Really?” the owner demanded. “If I go get my boyfriend and f*ck him in the a** right here you’re going to tolerate that?”
“That would be your choice,” Sutherland answered. But the owner would not be persuaded. “Are you going to tolerate it?” he asked again. “Answer my f***ing question! No, you’re going to sit right here and f***ing watch it!”
“Well, we don’t want to watch that,” said Caleb Head, another abolitionist.
“Well than I don’t have to f*cking tolerate this!” the man said. “Leave! All of you. Tell all your f*cking friends, don’t f*cking come here.”

My favorite part is when he threatens to sodomize his boyfriend in front of them. The LGBT activists used to claim it wasn’t about buttsex, but this guy seems pretty sure… it’s about buttsex

This Should Never Be OK

Posted by V the K at 7:43 am - September 21, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

An adult gay man remembers how older gay men exploited him sexually as a teenager.

I began engaging in sex with adults when I was 14. An unexpected encounter at a college library where I, alone, found myself being molested by a much older man initiated me into this world. I would return to that same library basement several times a week, driven by my father and often dropped off on my own, seeking something more than just the thrill of the encounter. Every man I engaged with told me how handsome, beautiful, sexy and special I was. Each touched me in a way that, for a moment, made me feel validated and even cared for. And each man left me alone once the encounter was over without a thought to the impact they had.

My craving for this validation pushed me into situations I cannot even imagine risking today as an adult. Riding my bike at midnight across a river, down to a dark and secluded riverfront area to get into a car with a stranger I had spoken to online just an hour before. Spending hours in a dark, dingy stall waiting and holding my breath every time the door opened. Walking down a highway at 2 a.m. to fulfill the fantasy of a man who wanted to pick up a hitchhiker. All in a futile attempt to find that sense of meaning and to believe I was worth something.

The older man – young boy dynamic is a mainstay of gay pornography and  even the occasional mainstream film. It is worth remembering that Barack Obama’s “Safe School Czar” Kevin Jennings bragged to audiences of fellow gay activists about helping a 15 year old boy seek out hook ups with older men he met in bus station toilets. Later, after criticism from the Right {not the gay community} he backtracked a bit and said the boy had been actually 16. The gay community said this made it OK. It shouldn’t have.

The LGBT activist community is obsessed with “gay youth” and is ever so fond of using the word “vulnerable” to describe them. In fact, it is this exact vulnerability that LGBT political activists (and creepy older men) prey upon. The unmistakable message from gay activists — who cannot say the words “Family Values” without a sneer — is “Families are bad and will only oppress you.* Your loyalties should be to the community (and the Party).”

The LGBT world is doing everything in its power to separate young gays from their families and integrate them into the LGBT ‘family.’ While well-meaning from a stand point of outdated ideas of family rejection and social stigma, today it only fosters resentment and risky behaviors. In a better world, they would be told ‘No’ by the men they are attempting to hook up with.

Amen to that. It’s really the responsibility of adult gay men to say no, and not exploit teenagers. And don’t give me this bullshirt rationalization, “Oh, my teenage years were tough because I was gay, so I have a license to act like a teenager in my thirties and forties.” Man TF Up.

There needs to be an unmistakable message that older guys who prey on underage teenagers are creeps who should be stigmatized.


Down, Down We Go Down the Slippery Slope

Posted by V the K at 10:34 pm - September 6, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

A woman objected to a Teen Vogue article (written by a queer activist) encouraging teenagers to engage in anal sex. So Twitter banned her.

Sodomy Uber Alles.

The social left’s jihad to turn deviant sexual practices and gender-bending into societal norms has led at one person to rethink her support for gay marriage.

I was like many of these younger millennial conservatives. I naively thought the issue was merely about gay marriage, and thought “Hey, marriage is great, so let’s just give into the Left’s demands about the redefinition of a cornerstone of our society because not doing so would be bigoted.”

But there was more to the Left’s battle with conservatives than that. It wasn’t just about redefining marriage to these activists; it was also about punishing those who weren’t 100 percent on board, especially religious Christians. The livelihoods and lives of bakers, photographers, farmers, and the CEO of Mozilla were destroyed for not completely adhering to the Thought Police’s demands.

Those of us who understand what the Social Left is all about predicted that this would happen. The social left would not satisfy itself with legalizing gay marriage. Gay marriage was not the end goal but merely another increment (and a big one) toward the ultimate goal of destroying all traditional societal norms. Slopes are always slippery, and much easier to climb up than to slide down.

Speaking of which, you know the philosophy that to succeed, one needs to work hard, make wise choices, and delay gratification? Yeah, that’s considered “racist” now.

A Light Pushback Against Tyranny

Posted by V the K at 8:54 am - August 25, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

The Progressive Left’s Jihad against Southern Culture has met a slight pocket of resistance in Alabama where some students are demanding the removal of a symbol of oppression… the Lesbian Gay Bullying Totalitarian’s Rainbow Flag.

A group of students and parents in Alabama is calling for the removal of a rainbow pride flag from a high school classroom — arguing that it can be compared to displaying a Confederate flag.

“We strongly feel that it creates a hostile and provocative learning environment for students not comfortable to openly supporting the LGBTQ+ community in a public school where students come from diverse political and religious backgrounds,” a petition reads about the flag in Auburn.

I think they are less about having the Rainbow Tyranny flag removed then making a point about Cultural Dictatorship. Is it wrong to use political power to purge the culture of symbols and emblems representing views those in power disagree with? Where does it stop? It only took a few days from Progressive Leftists demanding the destruction of all Confederate monuments and memorials to Progressive Leftists demanding the destruction of monuments to George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Christopher Columbus.

How fake can leftie protests get? This fake

Posted by Jeff (ILoveCapitalism) at 11:59 am - August 22, 2017.
Filed under: Conservative Positivity,Gay Culture,Humor

Louder with Crowder discovers that left-wing homosexuals are “a blast, fun to be around”. (OK, Crowder knew already.)

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Gay Culture, So Urbane, So Sophisticated

Posted by V the K at 10:27 pm - August 11, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

A gay Huffington Post contributor writes about sticking a dragonfruit up his poop chute as performance art.

Love the way gay leftists whine that it’s unfair and gross the way gay people are stereotyped as obsessed with sex. And then turn around and write articles about sticking things in their butt.

He also goes on to whine that YouTube doesn’t make it easy for young kids to find perverts sticking things up their butt on YouTube.

Edgier, controversial or sexual content … gets de-prioritized in the algorithm and/or age restricted.

Unintentional Symbolism

Posted by V the K at 8:09 pm - August 9, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture,Gay PC Silliness

Two of these options would be useless at best and fatal at worst. Is that the point they were trying to get across?

Straight Men Who Have Sex With Other Men…

Posted by V the K at 12:48 pm - August 2, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture,Gay PC Silliness

… are not actually straight, despite what this silly dingbat says.

On that note, given that gays are obsessive about classifying people, why isn’t there, in the gay lexicon, a cute animal-type word for a gay guy who’s just a regular gay guy. (Or maybe there is). There’s a word for big hairy guys (Bears), a word for skinny, hairy guys (Otters), a word for … well, we all know what twinks are. But just a regular guy who is same-sex attracted but otherwise normal, is there a word for that?

Also, men do not have babies. Full stop. No matter how much the deranged left-wing media tries to gaslight you into believing otherwise.

It must suck to be Out

Is “Out Magazine” the home of depressed, dour scolds? They’ve been popping that way lately, but you be the judge.

First, they laid it on thick about Milo’s supposed low book sales:

Nobody is Buying Milo Yiannopoulos’ Memoir, Dangerous…

In today’s fake news, alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos is claiming his book, Dangerous, has sold more than 100,000 copies.

The problem with that number is that it’s not real. Nielsen Bookscan, which monitors book sales through almost all outlets, has reported book sales for the former Breitbart editor are much, much lower. Since launching on July 4, Dangerous has sold 18,268 copies in the US and 152 in the UK…

A google search shows other left-wing outlets, like Salon and The Guardian, joining in the schadenfreude.

The problem is, their numbers are shaky. Milo is selling fine. He’s entering the best-seller lists at anywhere from #5 to #1; the first 100k run is spoken for and they’re printing more; Amazon has to ship his book slow (when they even have it). As to the 152 UK copies, the book isn’t even on sale there; a minimum of 152 UK buyers paid for international shipping. Fake News, indeed.

Next, via Breitbart, Out Magazine Encourages Readers to ‘Drop’ Gay Republican Friends

“We drop friends all the time for a whole variety of reasons—they messed with our loves lives, they lied, they weren’t supportive—so why do some people think it’s such an outlandish idea to dump them for their political views?” asked actor, singer, and writer Michael Musto in his column for OUT Magazine…

Musto goes on to admit that his social media experience has been more “gratifying” since he’s decided to block any user who disagrees with him…

Here’s a clue for you, Out: By all means, drop us. Here on the liberty-loving Right, we do believe in freedom of association – and we won’t miss you in the least 😉

ANTIFA’s Gay Forefathers

Posted by V the K at 6:48 pm - July 6, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture,Violence on the Left

As you watched Berkeley burn, as you watched Portlandia’s streets turn into war zones, as you watched peaceful protesters assaulted with bike locks while onlookers cheered, you may have asked, “Whose spoiled brats are these? Where did they learn to act up that way?”

Answer is, they more or less learned it from a group of obnoxious gay people. The AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power (ACT-UP) was an 80’s Era Left-Wing Activist Group determined to force a change in public policy toward AIDS. ACT-UP is also, only too appropriately, a synonym for “throw a temper tantrum.”

And throw tantrums they did. They protested anytime and anywhere there were likely to be TV cameras; always striving to be as loud and obnoxious as possible such that spoiled five-year-olds in the toy section of Wal-Mart would have said, “Yo, dudes, dial it back a little.” They stormed and disrupted church services. They blocked the entrances to the FDA and the National Institutes of Health. They crashed the New York Stock Exchange to demand free drugs.  They even targeted Cosmopolitan magazine for daring to publish a (medically accurate) article stating that heterosexual women were not at as much risk for AIDS as gay men. They passed out sexually explicit pamphlets to schoolchildren years before Kevin Jennings would teach middle schoolers about fisting. Political blackmail was also a tool; ACT-UP had no scruples when it came to exposing the personal lives of anyone they deemed an enemy, or an obstacle.

And ACT-UP was fantastically successful.  Public spending on AIDS research soon exceeded money spent on Heart Disease or Cancer; diseases that killed orders of magnitude more victims. People with AIDS no longer were cautionary examples of the perils of risky sex, but became celebrated as heroes. How getting an STD makes one a hero is something some of us were never quite clear on, but heroes they were, lauded by Hollywood celebrities and eagerly pandered to by politicians. ACT-UP were so successful in promoting public acceptance of AIDS that even thirty years later an easily avoidable sexually transmitted disease is still infecting 35,000 new victims (I’m sorry, “heroes”) each year in the United States according to CDC. But they can, through taking very expensive drugs, remain alive and sexual active for decades after infection. So, there’s that.

The basic premise of ACT-UP was subsequently adopted by all left wing activist groups. The key components of this approach are as follows:

  1. Be obnoxious. Better yet, be obscene. Disregard all rules of basic civility.
  2. Disregard the civil rights of all other people. Your cause > than their civil rights.
  3. Chant really melodramatic slogans. Like, “Silence = Death,” Or, “No cops, no KKK, no fascist USA.”
  4. Declare that anyone who opposes, or even disagrees with you, is a Nazi. In the 1980’s this included Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, New York Mayor Ed Koch, but most of all President Ronald Reagan. To this day, the gay left blames RR for the AIDS epidemic on the basis that he didn’t give a speech about AIDS soon enough. I am not making this up.  Apparently, AIDS would never have happened if Reagan had just said, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this bath house!

The only thing Antifa (and Occupy Wall Street, and the other left-wing movements) have added to this template is 5. Break sh-t and hurt people. But it was a natural progression, any organization set-up with the belief that their cause gave them absolute moral authority, that anyone who disagreed was evil, and that violations of other people’s civil rights were not only appropriate, but necessary, would have evolved to embrace violence.


We’re the Bad Kind of Gays

Posted by V the K at 8:42 pm - June 28, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Slate goes after gay people who are off the liberal-democrat plantation.

The community is already divided, and everyone under the LGBTQ umbrella doesn’t belong in the same political tent. There are gays who would rather cheer on cops and corporations than support their fellow queers in valid protest. There are gays who would rather safeguard their billion-dollar fortunes and embrace an admitted sexual predator (they mean Milo Y) than pick up the mantle of LGBTQ equality. There are gays who feel more affinity with straight, homophobic racists than with other gays.

We’re bad because we don’t fall in line behind the Democrat banner; unlike the good gays like Larry Brinkin, Terry Bean, and Ed Murray.


On a fun note…Milo had a Coming Out Conservative event in New York.

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I’m sure GP readers can relate to idea that nowadays, it is MUCH harder to come out as conservative than as gay.

Hello, Stupid

Posted by V the K at 9:56 pm - June 25, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

Twittered from a Twit somewhere in the East Bay of Californezuela. Is this something that is commonly believed among very stupid people? And am I wrong, or is xe apparently advocating political violence?

Look at all the pride, equality, peace, you guys

Posted by V the K at 4:15 pm - June 25, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

These have been posted throughout the NYC subway system for Pride Month, apparently. I think the message is, “Do As We Say or Burn in Hell.” The Westboros should sue for trademark infringement. They probably will.

BTW: In Chicago, the LGBT Pride organizers banned the display of Jewish pride flags.  You see, they didn’t want to offend the Mohammedans who want to kill them by appearing friendly with the Jews, who support them. Because stupid.

After the jump, more Pride-related hate and stupidity:


The Gayest Car Since the Miata

Posted by V the K at 9:26 pm - June 24, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

The Official New York Police Department Pride Mobile 2017.

The 69 in the license plate number, was that just a little over-the-top? No? Well, all right then.

They also did this in 2016.

This isn’t just virtue-signaling, it’s a message that the State is fully invested with gay activists, even putting taxpayer money into celebrating their lifestyle. That LGBT’s are a politically favored group. Which is funny because I’ve always been told the reason Christmas trees are banned from public buildings is because the State is not supposed to signal preference for one group over another. Yet, they ban the Confederate flag to demonstrate that white southerners are a politically-disfavored group.

Great Comeback

Posted by V the K at 8:56 pm - June 15, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

In case you missed it, the gay left was… (YAWN) … outraged once again by something someone said on TV.

“Most gay people aren’t political,” Moore claimed. “Most gay people, you know, they care about pop music and going to the beach. They probably don’t even know what the Second Amendment is.”

That “pop music and the beach” comment apparently got a lot of left-wing knickers in a wad.

His response was … spectacular. But not family friendly, so I’m putting it underneath the break.



Posted by V the K at 8:30 am - June 9, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

The PTA president of a New York City (natch) school performed a lewd drag number before the assembled parents and students of his elementary school.

Students in the Manhattan public school district, some as young as five years old, watched as Public School 96 Parent Association President Frankie Quinones gyrated onstage to a song in a short, black sequined dress and matching thong, which he spread his legs to show the audience. Quinones was the final act of the evening and was billed as a “Special Surprise Performance!” There were nearly 200 families in attendance, according to the New York Daily News.

Parents were outraged by watching a grown man wiggle his tongue at the audience and suggestively writhe around the floor.

That does not appear, to me, to be the appropriate location and audience for such a display.

The school district said ”the performance was about LGBT awareness.” Well, I think people are certainly more aware of what the LGBT community is about, now. So, on that level, they succeeded.

Wasn’t this a ‘South Park’ episode?

Yet Another Fake Gay “Hate Crime”

Posted by V the K at 9:00 am - May 4, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

If real hate crimes were happening, the left wouldn’t have to fake them.

The organist at St. David’s Episcopal Church has been charged for spray-painting hate messages on the church shortly after Election Day last November.

On April 28, he admitted to Brown County Det. Brian Shrader that he spray-painted a swastika, “Heil Trump” and “Fag Church” on the building, according to a probable-cause affidavit filed May 3 in Brown Circuit Court.

“Stang, who is gay, stated he felt scared and alone because of the election results,” the court document said. He told the detective that his parents were not very supportive of him because of that and he wanted to “mobilize a movement,” but he didn’t want it to generate the amount of media attention that the vandalism caused, the document said.

The Hell, he didn’t, he just didn’t want to get caught.

The inconvenient truth of the matter is that Donald Trump is the most pro-gay president ever elected in the United States. But there are a cadre of gay activists whose livelihoods and status are tied to their positions in the Democrat Party. And there are millions of stupid and emotional Democrat voters who need to project their irrational fears and hatred onto a bogeyman. Trump serves as a boogeyman for both; not because of what he actually stands for, but because of what they need him to stand for.

Imagine if these emotionally stunted people had to face the fact that their families and friends don’t shun them because they’re gay, but because they’re drama queens, cold messes, and insufferable jerks. It’s much easier to blame “homophobia” than to subject oneself to hard, honest introspection.

Tiresome Cowardly Hacks

Posted by V the K at 8:18 am - April 25, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

In Atlanta, a group of artistes engaging in the same, tiresome “shock the normals” stuff that artistes have been doing for about 70 years now, are putting on a production recasting major figures of the Bible as flamboyantly gay and sternly lesbian.

First performed in 1998, Rudnick’s show follows gay couple Adam and Steve, and lesbian couple Jane and Mabel as they navigate Biblical history—each duo believing that they were created first by God. The Virgin Mary, and assorted other figures, are also recast as homosexual.


They don’t dare try these stunts with the Koran. Mohammedanism has become the de facto state religion of the left. No criticism is allowed. No joking is allowed. Absolutely reverence and deference must be paid to Mohammedanism and its followers. And if the state wants to proselytize for Islam in public schools or prisons, why that’s just fine.

You will never, ever, see a group of “progressive” artists mounting a production portraying Mohammed as a gay man, or mocking the tenets of Islam. Not because they respect Mohammedanism, but because for all of their “fearless girl” posturing, at their core, leftists are cowards.

An Interesting Question

Posted by V the K at 8:40 am - April 11, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Culture

An interesting question from pawfurbehr:

What do you think the future will be for gays 20-30 years from now?

I think part of the answer to that will depend on how much success the Left has with their project of importing millions and millions of Islamic Supremacists into Western countries for purposes of Demographic Realignment.

But, that aside, I think it would be nice if gay culture just went away. If gays could just melt into the societal mainstream and abandon the tribalism and identify politics.

What do you think?