Category: Promiscuity

Mar 10

Protect sex-ed from parents says health board

A Scottish health board has said sex education needs protection from parents. Dumfries and Galloway health board has voiced its opposition to a Scottish Government plan to allow teachers and students to opt out of lessons on equal marriage and same-sex relationships. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde,  Scotland’s largest health board, is also opposed to new …

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Feb 11

Pardons for Homosexuals

At the end of January 2015, Benedict Cumberbatch and Stephen Fry sent a letter to the Government asking them to pardon 49,000 homosexual men convicted of gross indecency under Section 11 of the Criminal Law Amendment Acts 1885. Mr Cumberbatch recently played codebreaker Alan Turing, who was convicted of gross indecency in 1952, and pardonned …

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Jul 02

Elton John – confused, crass and clueless.

Elton John may never become any kind of Christian leader, but he still thinks he should be. On Sunday, according to the Washington Times, the ageing celeb said ‘that Jesus Christ would support the idea of two gay priests tying the knot and that the celibacy vow among clergy is an “old and stupid” rule …

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Mar 07

Porn and gay role-play for school sex-ed

School children will be taught that not all pornography is bad and act out scenes as homosexuals if teachers follow sex education guidance just issued by the Department for Education. The Times says that it is the first time for 14 years that advice on sex education has been updated. The guidance currently in use …

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Jan 15

Research Uncovers Sexting Epidemic

By Robin Phillips New research published last week in the journal Pediatrics shows that more than one in five middle-school aged children with behavioural or emotional problems have recently engaged in “sexting.” This study builds on previous research by the Pew Internet & American Life Project which found that nearly a third of all seventeen-year …

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Nov 18

Chief of pro-gay Coop Bank caught doing drugs

The former Co-op Bank chairman, who oversaw the organisation’s near collapse, has been caught using hard drugs. The Rev Paul Flowers, 63, who it appears is also a Methodist minister, was filmed buying crack cocaine, crystal meth and ketamine, counting out hundreds of pounds in £20 notes days after appearing in front of MPs on the Treasury Select …

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Jun 19

Guides drop God for New Age pledge

The Girl Guides are to drop references to ‘God’ and ‘country’ from their traditional pledge but are to retain a public expression of allegiance to the Queen, reports the Daily Telegraph. In the new Promise, which will take effect from 1st September, the words ‘to love my God’, which already had an individualistic feel, is to …

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Jan 23

‘Sleep around’ teacher banned

An RE teacher who recommended her pupils to sleep around instead of getting married has been banned from the profession, reports the Daily Telegraph. The ban is for at least five years and has been imposed by Education Secretary Michael Gove.  A disciplinary panel found her guilty of “unacceptable professional conduct” whilst employed at Saddleworth School, …

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Dec 18

Traviss verdict exposes false accusations

The not guilty verdict in the rape case brought against the late singer Amy Winehouse’s ex-boyfriend illustrates the potential for false accusations in rape cases. Reg Traviss was acquitted last week of two counts of rape.  His accuser claimed he had raped her at his home while she was too drunk even to stand, but …

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Nov 29

Activists urge bank action for sodomy

Homosexual activists are urging multinational companies to usurp democracy in Uganda. Patrick Strudwick, an agent provocateur who posed as a Christian seeking healing for same-sex attraction in order to attack Christian counsellor Lesley Pilkington, is leading the charge. In an email, Strudwick writes: ‘In a matter of days — possibly even hours — Uganda’s parliament …

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