Category: Indecency

Oct 12

Trans consultation ignores violence

Minister for Equalities Penny Mordaunt, seen her competing in a reality TV show, wants to liberalise the Gender Recognition Act

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Jul 27

BBC unwatchable on Gay Jubilee

Broadcasting House, headquarters of the BBC

Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the legalisation of sodomy. Consequently, the BBC will be unwatchable and unlistenable for a week at least. Especially today, all BBC channels will be awash with ‘Gay Britania’.  It is exactly fifty years since the enactment of the Sexual Offences Act 1967. BBC reflecting the Establishment One can argue …

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Jul 24

Boots in Morning-After Pill row

Boots the Chemist - caved in to pressure.

Boots has come under attack from a leading abortionist angry at the Chemist’s pricing for the morning-after pill. According to the BBC, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) issued a press release on Friday 21st July 2017.  BPAS demanded Boots and other pharmacies reduce the cost of what it euphemistically called ’emergency contraception’ Levonelle.  ‘Levonelle’ is a …

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Jul 10

They’re all backing London Gay Pride

Topshop being more progressive than thou at London Gay Pride this weekend.

Businesses and politicians fell over each other to support the London Gay Pride parade at the weekend. The BBC reported: ‘With almost 50 official partners, ranging from airlines to mobile networks, and a list of over 60 supporters, companies are signing up to try to stamp out prejudice.’ Well, no, they are not trying to ‘stamp …

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Jun 02

Ariana Grande wished fans would die

Ariana Grande - wished fans 'would f***ing die'

The singer Ariana Grande wished fans would die, according to 2014 report in the respected New York Daily News. The paper reports: ‘While visiting a Manhattan radio station this summer (2014), the 21-year-old “Better Left Unsaid” singer should’ve left her thoughts unsaid. ‘I hope they all f—ing die’ ‘“She did autographs and pics and was …

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May 24

Didsbury Mosque link to ‘respectful’ bomber

Didsbury Mosque

A mosque and Islamic Centre south of Manchester are linked to the Manchester Arena bombing. The bomber, identified in a leak from US security as Salman Ramadan Abedi, was a regular worshiper at Didsbury Mosque.  His father is a leading player in the mosque.  Abu Ismail Abedi regularly calls the men to prayer. Didsbury mosque is …

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May 23

Manchester atrocity follows Ariana Grande concert

Ariana Grande

Twenty-two people have died and fifty-nine are injured after a bomb attack at a concert given by one Ariana Grande. The atrocity was carried out at Manchester Arena.  It was a suicide attack.  The attacker, thought to be a Muslim extremist, died in the attack. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected and their families. Second most …

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Mar 02

Anti-Transgender bus banned from Barcelona

And here they are again

A bus with an anti-transgender message in Spanish has been banned from Barcelona and not allowed to move in Madrid. And now a judge has supported Madrid’s capture of the bus, reports the BBC.  Jose Juan Escalonilla said the bus could not move until the slogans, including “if you are born a man, you are …

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Feb 24

Abortion ship blocked as pressure builds

Strike4Repeal activists have similarities to previous Soros initiatives

Pressure to legalise abortion is growing world-wide, thanks to international funding led by financier George Soros, Christian Voice has discovered. The billionaire is behind moves to repeal a pro-life constitutional amendment in the Republic of Ireland.  He is almost certainly also involved with a Dutch abortion boat run by the ‘Women on Waves’ group. The financier …

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Feb 21

Civil Partnership confusion

Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld are challenging the Civil Partnership Act

The UK Government’s Civil Partnership law has been thrown into confusion by a case heard today in the Court of Appeal. Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld brought a case demanding the right to enter into a Civil Partnership.  Currently, under the Civil Partnership Act, only homosexuals can apply.  Or to be more specific, unrelated persons of …

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