Category: Homosexuality

Archers Gay Wedding ‘A Big Turn-Off’

A Civil Partnership scene being broadcast this week in Britain’s longest-running soap was described today as ‘nauseating’ and ‘a big turn-off’ by a Christian prayer and lobby group. Two characters from Radio 4’s ‘The Archers’, farmer Adam Macy and chef Ian Craig, are due to perform the ceremony on Thursday 14th December 2006. Stephen Green, …

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Police Spent £2,000 on Gay Rights Party

The Metropolitan Police spent over £2,000 on a party for gay rights activists, Christian Voice has learned.  The party, a reception for European activists, was hosted by the ‘Met’ on the eve of the London Gay Pride Parade, ‘Europride’, in July this year.  In answer to a Freedom of Information Act request from Christian Voice, …

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Disgusting Homosexual Event Says it All

A homosexual event next weekend has been labelled ‘disgusting’ and ‘sad’ by a Christian group.  The so-called ‘masturbate-a-thon’ is to be held on Saturday in a studio in London ‘s Clerkenwell, and is the subject of a ZigZag documentary for Channel 4.  But it is the event itself which has drawn the fire of Christian …

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Christian Voice Drove Gay Police Mad

As the row over the anti-Christian ‘in the name of the father’ ad intensified, a prominent Christian group today claimed responsibility for relieving the Gay Police Association of their collective sanity. The advertisement, showing a pool of blood next to a Bible, and headed ‘in the name of the father’, blamed Christians for what it …

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Hate Incidents Turn to Farce

The Gay Police Association have unwittingly sent up the whole idea of ‘homophobic hate incidents’ by reporting a man to the police for describing them as ‘sexual perverts’ in a letter to a national newspaper. Christian Voice supporter Graham Wood sent the GPA an email attaching a copy of his letter to the Editor of …

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Purity Comes to New Orleans

It was Sunday 4th September 2005.  The dead were still floating in the streets as a rescue operation was evacuating thousands from the flood-ravaged city.  Meanwhile, just a week after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, a couple of dozen homosexuals tottered up Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, the only district of New Orleans still …

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