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Democrats Are Way More Obsessed About Gay Sex Than Republicans; Exhibit A

Posted by V the K at 7:50 pm - April 12, 2018.
Filed under: Gay Politics

At the Senate confirmation hearings for PDT’s pick to be Secretary of State, the Democrats… at least the most show-boaty one… seemed far more interested in the nominee’s views on gay marriage and gay sex than on his credentials and beliefs about international relations.

During a Senate confirmation hearing Thursday, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) pushed Pompeo on his previous comments, particularly his suggestion that homosexuality was a “perversion.”

Booker: “Is being gay a perversion?”

Pompeo: “Senator, when I was a politician, I had a very clear view on whether it was appropriate for two same-sex persons to marry. I stand by that.”

Booker: “So, you do not believe that it’s appropriate for two gay people to marry?”

Pompeo: “Senator, I continue to hold that view.”

The left simpers, “How will he stand up o countries that don’t respect gay rights.” To which I respond, Shut Up, Skippy. Concern about Gay Rights in foreign countries didn’t stop BO and company from giving billions upon billions of dollars to a regime that hangs gay people from cranes in the public square.

When pressed on how he would treat gay couples within the State Department, Pompeo replied that he treated all couples within the CIA “with the exact same set of rights.”

One Way to Deal with it

Posted by V the K at 9:56 am - April 2, 2018.
Filed under: Gay Politics

One of the suggestions for dealing with Wedding Cake Fascists was that people who object to being forced to participate in gay weddings should tell prospective gay clients they will donate their fees to organizations gay leftists don’t like. Some victims have taken exactly that approach.

“Displayed at the bottom of each page in the ‘Weddings’ section of its website is a clearly marked disclaimer that reads”:
At Liberty Ridge Farm, our deeply held religious belief is that marriage is the union of one man and one woman, and the Farm is operated with the purpose of strengthening and promoting marriage. In furtherance of this purpose and to honor and promote our moral and religious beliefs, we donate a portion of our business proceeds to organizations that promote strong marriages such as the Family Research Council.

Good for them, although it’s sad that the disrespect the gay left holds for basic human rights forces them into this position. No doubt, the HRC or some other parasite organization is trying to figure out if they can sue to block them from donating to the cause of their choice.

 

Strange Days, Indeed

Posted by V the K at 8:01 am - March 13, 2018.
Filed under: Gay Politics

Senator Orrin Hatch is demanding Chuck Schumer stop holding up the confirmation of Richard Grennell as Ambassador to Germany.

So, a Mormon Republican Senator from Utah is calling for the confirmation of a gay man whose nomination is being blocked by a Liberal Democrat Senator from New York.

Strange times.

Intersectional Victim Theater Presents

Posted by V the K at 1:28 pm - March 7, 2018.
Filed under: Gay Politics

A new CBS drama about a white guy who becomes a widow after cops shoot his black husband.

They won’t win diversity card bingo without a Transgendered Latinx and an illegal immigrant Muslim.

Did I Miss Anything?

So, that thing gay people watch was on last night. What’s it called? The Osrics, or something? I’ve never watched an Osric broadcast in my entire life, and I’m sure not about to start now.

So, tell me… were there a lot of smug people in expensive outlets congratulating each other over how awesome they all were? Were there overtly political speeches? Did the smug overdressed people hoot for the political speeches?  Was there hypocritical grandstanding about sexual harassment? Were awards given to pretentious, mediocre films that played to the left-wing sensibilities of Hollywood deciders?

You don’t need to answer. The scientific instrument has not yet been made with sufficient granularity to assess my indifference.

(So why are you writing about it? Because shut up, that’s why.)

 

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Everybody Point and Laugh

Posted by V the K at 12:47 pm - March 2, 2018.
Filed under: Gay Politics,Unhinged Liberals

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[LOLOL]: Protesters call out Mike Pence without any supporting facts. Turns out leftists aren’t very good at follow up questions…#MAGA pic.twitter.com/0Iwuwhtm9h

— Austen Fletcher (@fleccas) March 1, 2018

Wedding Cake Fascism, Act V; Scene I

My opinion on Wedding Cake Fascism has been abundantly clear; in line with my libertarian principles and the Non-Aggression Principle, I don’t believe the Government has any right to force any business to sell to any customer they don’t want to. Full Stop.

Nevertheless, oral arguments at the Supreme Court happened yesterday. I’m pretty sure it will come down to 5-4 ruling in favor of Wedding Cake Fascism because Old Man Kennedy — who found a right to “dignity” in the Constitution to make gay marriage the law of the land — will find that “dignity” requires forcing Christians to bake cake for gay weddings (but not Mohammedans to transport leader dogs for blind people).

There were some interesting (interesting being a euphemism for horrifying) comments made by the wedding cake fascist side, including this one:

Chief Justice Roberts: “So Catholic Legal Services would be put to the choice of either not providing any pro bono legal services or providing those services in connection with the same-sex marriage?”

Colorado lawyer: “Yes”

Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who is perhaps the dumbest person to ever sit on the Supreme Court, had this to say after the baker’s lawyer said people shouldn’t be forced into expressive activities that support gay marriage: “Then don’t participate in weddings!”

Get it? The wedding cake fascists are arguing that if you engage in business, you forfeit any right to choose who you do business with.  And if you don’t want to do business with certain people, you shouldn’t start a business. It’s analogous to saying you forfeit your 3rd Amendment rights by owning a house. (If you don’t want to quarter troops, don’t own a house.) If you don’t want your property searched without a warrant, just don’t have property.

I am pretty much done with this topic. I wouldn’t even have said anything were it not for the very scary and fascistic assertions made by Sotomayor and the Colorado lawyer at the SCOTUS. Anyway, CFG wrote a piece about it, but it’s nothing I haven’t said already: Why I Don’t Want to Force Anybody to Bake a Cake for My Gay Wedding.

Also, Matt Walsh has been commenting on what a nasty pair of vindictive little bitches are the gay couple who started this lawsuit. I think he’s right, they do seem bitter and self-loathing. People who respect themselves and are self-validating don’t need to have the state bully people for not  liking them.

Be Careful Out There

Posted by V the K at 7:36 am - October 10, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Politics,Gay Victimization

A guy in Britain is on trial for deliberately infecting four men with HIV. He apparently used Grindr to hook up with them, and then after pressuring them into unprotected sex, sent text messages taunting them, “I have HIV LOL. Oops!

Rowe has been charged with purposely infecting four men with HIV and trying to pass the virus to six more from October 2015 to December 2016 in Brighton, England, where he subsequently lived, according to The Guardian. He was first arrested by Sussex police in February 2016 after allegedly infecting two men with HIV.

During a court appearance Thursday, prosecutors said that Rowe met partners on Grindr, a gay dating app, and then would ask them to have unprotected sex with him, telling them he did not have HIV, according to the International Business Times. If his partners insisted on using condoms, Rowe allegedly ripped or tampered with them so they wouldn’t be effective.

When you dig into what the British press is reporting, it sounds like this guy is a real sociopath (albeit with really good, Justin Trudeau style hair) who refused treatment for HIV and bullied men into having sex with him.

What’s really nucking futs about this is that if this creep lived in California, he would face less jail time for deliberately infecting people with HIV (six months) than he would for offending a transgendered person for using the “wrong” pronoun (one year).

Some Gays Are Counting Four Lights

Posted by V the K at 1:45 pm - September 27, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Politics

As America’s Democrats and Eurotopiastan’s left-wing parties embrace Islamic Supremacy, a few gays are starting to see the writing on the wall.

Adamson quoted gay artist and Paris resident Kelvin Hopper: “Faced with the current threats, particularly from radical Islam, gays have realized they’ll be the first victims of these barbarians, and only Marine is proposing radical solutions.” The historically anti-gay FN, noted Adamson, now had “more top aides who are publicly known to be gay than any other French political party.”

On September 14, CNN’s website ran a story about gays in Germany who are supporting the Alternativ für Deutschland (AfD). A middle-aged Bremen couple interviewed for the piece had been violently gay-bashed by “two locally known Muslim extremists” who “were never arrested and later fled to Syria.” After failing to receive justice from local prosecutors and the mayor’s office, the couple had cast their lot in with AfD.

“I don’t like everything they say,” admitted one of the two gay men, a longtime leftist and former Green Party voter, “but this is too dangerous for gay people to live openly here, if we get attacked like that. We need a party that’s talking openly about this.” Like FN, AfD opposes same-sex marriage – but also has gay people in its leadership, and is supported by a higher percentage of gays than of straights.

Globally, Mohammedans outnumber gays and lesbians by at least 8 to 1. Of course parties based on raw demographic power and identity politics are going to side with Islamic Supremacists.

That many gays are embracing parties like FN and AfD is a source of bafflement and outrage for politicians, journalists, academics, and gay activists who are used to the idea of gays as docile field hands on the leftist plantation.

And of course it is. The Lesbian Gay Bullying Totalitarians don’t care about the well-being of gay people, they care about power. And they get power by being obedient apparatchiks to the left-wing parties. Even if that means accommodating those who honor killings, clitorectomies, stoning adulterers, and tossing gay people off buildings are societal imperatives.

Hat Tip Peter H.

News the Democrat Media Complex Is Not Interested in Covering

Posted by V the K at 7:18 pm - August 9, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Politics

Gay prostitute dies of meth overdose at home of Democrat Activist/ Donor.

A 26-year-old man was found dead at the home of a well-known Democratic party donor late last month of a drug overdose.
The incident occurred on July 27 around 7.22pm at the West Hollywood home of Ed Buck, a high-profile political activist and wealthy contributor to the California and Los Angeles County Democratic Party. 

Fun with polls

You remember how in 2016, Establishment pollsters would over-sample Democrats to conclude that Hillary was “ahead” and “a lock to win”.

The charitable interpretation is cognitive dissonance: the Establishment simply couldn’t believe that Trump had real support, and accordingly, their pollsters adjusted-down his numbers. A cynic would go further, saying the Establishment pollsters were out to drag Hillary across the finish line by making her seem inevitable (depressing Republican voters).

Either way, Breitbart says they’re still at it.

…a Washington Post/ABC News poll show[s] Mr. Trump’s approval ratings languishing at 36 per cent…

The poll was performed by AbtAssociates…[whose] board members include former [staffers of] Bob Dole, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Planned Parenthood, World Bank, and Deloitte…

WaPo/ABC polling obviously predicted the U.S. election incorrectly…

Since this time last year they have over-represented Democrat voters in their studies. For this latest one, 35 per cent of their respondents were Democrats, 23 per cent were Republicans, 35 per cent were Independents (who in turn lean towards voting Democrat)…

[other] demographic questions they asked are not included in the data…[except it’s clear that] Young cell phone users made up the dominant part of the poll, and cell phone-only households made up nearly half the interviews.

So, the poll was skewed to younger, trendy Democrats. Yet this same poll still shows the Democrats’ weak appeal:

…just 37 per cent of respondents think the Democrat Party “stands for something” while 52 per cent say they simply stand against Trump. WaPo buried this in paragraph 12 of 19 while CNN didn’t mention it at all.

Breitbart’s article goes on to quote the late Christopher Hitchens at length, about how polling is a racket and the power elite’s tool to manipulate public debate (for example, stigmatizing certain leaders or viewpoints as “unpopular”).

P.S. – Related vaguely: I don’t follow Bret Easton Ellis much but apparently, he and his boyfriend (who are hardly conservatives) are sick of Fake News and equally, sick of liberals who make no sense because they never get outside their bubble.

My dinner partner on Saturday said she had never heard that Comey admitted the NY Times had gotten a series of stories wrong. She thought I had made that up. When I told her the world isn’t this — gesturing around the dark opulence of The Sunset Tower — and that the divide is real, she dismissed it with Trump’s approval ratings without acknowledging the media’s approval ratings are lower than Trump’s. She pointed out that MSNBC was killing it in the ratings and I told her that Maddow and Hannity are basically neck-and-neck any given night–and yet I was thinking, ‘I don’t watch either one!’ So why am I even engaging in this?”

The Fugitive Gay Act

A Gay Democrat overseer spotted a gay helping Republicans circulate a petition to recall a Democrat master. He did what any good overseer would do upon seeing his master’s property unshackled and walking around like a free man.

“Which one of you a**holes is the gay?” (Orange County Democrat Party Co-Chairman Jeff) LeTourneau asks as he approaches the volunteer table behind which DeMaio is standing. “You’re a f*cking disgrace to any gay person I know!”

“You fu**ing belong to a Party that writes our destruction into its platform,” LeTourneau yells to the group.

Hale is not a Republican, nor is he a Democrat. He is an Independent who stays in the middle when it comes to policy.

Once the initial confrontation is over, Hale yells to call the police after LeTourneau follows him to his car.

Hat Tip: CH

It occurs to me, the Democrats need to do something about uppity gays. What the need is a Fugitive Gay Act: a law that would permit Gay Democrats — upon finding gays who had decided to wander off the Democrat Plantation — to immediately have them arrested and turned over to the Democrat Party. And also, enact harsh legal penalties for anyone who tried to convince a Gay Person to leave the Democrat Party.

California is a one-party Democrat state; they could easily pass such a law. The Ninth Circuit would probably uphold it on the basis that Donald Trump is a racist or something.

We were talking earlier about Chadwick Moore’s comments about most gays being politically shallow and ignorant; which is why they so easily swallow the line that Republicans hate them and want to destroy them. But ignorance and shallowness is only part of the equation. Sheer bullying by people like Jeff LeTourneau is also a factor.

Sometimes it’s fun to watch, part II

The unimportant Stephen Colbert makes a fact-free slam about President Trump fellating Vladimir Putin. Nothing worth mentioning, there.

He imagines that he’s being relevant or edgy or manly. Still nothing worth mentioning.

People ask what would happen if any comedian made such a slam on President Obama (who, in a most embarrassing moment in 2012, promised the Russians to be nicer than he was letting on with American voters). Example #1,234,511,998 to point out the Left’s double standards. True, but still not much to mention.

Then #FireColbert becomes a thing as people start noticing that Colbert’s slur was essentially, um, homophobic.

Taking double standards to a new low, left-wing celebrities defend Colbert’s slur. (Among them, the execrable George Takei.)

Predictably, Colbert claims the devil made him do it (Trump).

What happens next?

Leftists Demand National Registry of Gay Americans

Posted by V the K at 10:07 am - April 7, 2017.
Filed under: Gay PC Silliness,Gay Politics

You think I’m kidding. I’m not kidding.

“We call on President Trump and his Administration to begin collecting sexual orientation and gender identity data on the American Community Survey as soon as possible,” [National Gay and Lesbian Rights Task Force- Criminal and Economic Justice Project Director Meghan Maury was quoted as saying, “and urge Congress to conduct oversight hearings to reveal why the Administration made the last-minute decision not to collect data on LGBTQ people.” The decision not to compile a government database of gay people was “another step to deny LGBTQ people freedom, justice, and equity,” she went on to say.

Irrelevant, Obsolete Democrat Front Group Soldiers On

Posted by V the K at 4:09 pm - March 19, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Politics

The Human Rights Campaign recently held a plush soiree featuring Democrat senators and left-wing B-List celebrities.  With gay marriage forced on the US by the Supremes, is there any reason for this organization to even still exist? Except to exist as a Democrat-Left front organization? Probably not, but throwing parties for senators and cable TV celebrities has to vastly superior to any jobs these people could get in the real world.

Replacement Milo

Posted by V the K at 8:54 am - March 16, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Media,Gay Politics

Heat Street has a pretty snarky article claiming that “Twinks4Trump” Lucian Wintrich is the replacement Milo Yiannopoulos for the  role of “flaming, self-promoting, conservative gay dude.” Because the two of them are flamboyant young gay journalists who adore Donald Trump.

Not sure this is going to be one of those seamless Dick York/Dick Sargeant  (or, maybe Al Corley/Jack C0leman is the better analogy) replacements.  It has the feel more of a Charlie Sheen/Ashton Kutcher swap out, although I can’t really say because I’ve honestly never seen a single episode of Two-and-a-half Men. I’m just going by what I’m told.

Also, I’m not counting Milo out just yet. Not that I have any great affection for him, but the dude knows how to promote himself, which means there’s an off chance that when the time is right, he will be able to construct a new role for himself.

Or, he could do the easy thing and join the left and find instantaneous media redemption. After all, speaking fondly of gay pederasty didn’t hurt George Takei, Kevin Jennings, or Eve Ensler.

Haters Gotta Hate

Posted by V the K at 12:31 pm - March 10, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Politics

PDT just appointed an openly gay man as the US Ambassador to NATO. But I’m sure it won’t spoil the anti-Trump tantrums protests Gay Democrats are planning for the month of June.

Was Milo Yiannopoulos Worse Than Harvey Milk?

Posted by V the K at 8:42 am - February 21, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Politics

No.  Because what Milo Yiannopoulos talked about, Harvey Milk actually did.

One of Milk’s victims was a 16-year-old runaway from Maryland named Jack Galen McKinley. As previously mentioned, Milk had a soft spot in his, um, heart for teenage runaways. Motivated by an apparent quid pro quo of prurience, Milk plucked McKinley from the street.

Randy Shilts was a San Francisco Chronicle reporter and close friend to Harvey Milk. Though Shilts died of AIDS in 1994, he remains, even today, one of the most beloved journalists in the “LGBT” community.

Shilts was also Harvey Milk’s biographer. In his glowing book The Mayor of Castro Street, he wrote of Milk’s “relationship” with the McKinley boy: ” … Sixteen-year-old McKinley was looking for some kind of father figure. … At 33, Milk was launching a new life, though he could hardly have imagined the unlikely direction toward which his new lover would pull him.”

Harvey Milk was notorious in his day for preying on teenage runaways in the Castro District in the 1970s. The difference is, Harvey Milk, because he was a left-wing Democrat, is forgiven for being a pederast. He has a holiday celebrated in his honor in California. He is an honored martyr, who even had a US Naval Vessel named in his honor.

Which makes me believe that all the left-wingers who are suddenly up-in-arms because Milo may have said something outrageous about his days as a catamite may be somewhat insincere in their outrage.

Milo Has to Sincerely Repudiate His Past Statements About Pederasty

Posted by V the K at 9:54 am - February 20, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Politics

With regard to the controversy about Milo Yiannopoulos allegedly defending pederasty; here’s what he has said about the allegation.

“I do not support pedophilia. Period. It is a vile and disgusting crime, perhaps the very worst,” Yiannopoulos stated. “There are selectively edited videos doing the rounds, as part of a co-ordinated effort to discredit me from establishment Republicans, that suggest I am soft on the subject.”

He added that he has exposed three pedophiles in his reporting: Louise Mensch’s former business partner Luke Bozier, anti-Gamergate activist Nicholas Nyberg and tech reporter Chris Leydon.

The Breitbart writer also penned a lengthy attack on pedophiles and their alleged progressive defenders in 2015.

His statement is a bit more unequivocal than Kevin Jennings’s, “The 15 year old I bragged about encouraging to engage in restroom hook-up sex was actually 16 when I encouraged him to engage in restroom hook-up sex.” And the left was all like, “OK, it’s cool. As long as it was technically legal.”

As for the claim that videos were “selectively edited,” I’m skeptical to put it mildly.

Milo should be consistent and forthright in his repudiation of his previoius comments, regardless of whether or how he meant them at the time. It’s important to never even convey the appearance of tolerating sex with underage kids. Paedophilia is disgusting and wrong. Defending it is reprehensible. (And before someone gets technical about the distinction between paedophilia and ephebophilia because, either way, underage kids should be hands off like they were plutonium.) If he is strong and consistent in his position, then I’m willing to give him a shot to redeem himself. If he does a Dan Savage and reverts to prior form after issuing a pro-forma apology, then I’m done with him.

I also don’t think Milo should address CPAC. It’s a socially conservative organization and Milo isn’t a social conservative. Ultimately, that’s between him and the organizers. Who cares what I think?

Update: CPAC disinvites Milo

 

What Again?

Posted by V the K at 11:40 am - February 14, 2017.
Filed under: Gay Politics

Another gay leftist drama queen shrieks out against gay people who leave or are thinking of leaving the Democrat Social Justice plantation.

I feel like there is a growing (or at least more vocal) group of conservatives claiming legitimacy on LGBT issues because they’re gay.

But what these homocons advocate and who they support are quite harmful to LGBT people and their equality.

I’m going to try to be more proactive about calling out these homocons and holding them accountable for harming the LGBT community. – Zack Ford, ThinkProgress editor (i.e. paid Democrat Media Operative)

What’s with all the sudden pearl-clutching, couch-fainting, and panty-wetting? Is it because there’s a pro-gay Republican president and the Democrats are terrified of losing their ownership of the LGBT community, donations, and votes?