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Another censoring out of homophobic offenders’ religious backgrounds for fear of not being politically correct?

I was more than relieved to read that the thugs suspected to have brutally beaten up a gay man in New York were arrested but I couldn’t help but notice that Pink News omitted any further information¬† on the suspected … Continue reading

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Since when do homophobes take advice from gay people?

Usually when there’s a new political party it is to provide fresh wind – though on unfortunate occasions all that you get is a steam of hot air. This is exactly where British politician David Sylvester of the newly formed … Continue reading

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Bravo or Boo India?

Shri Raghavji has resigned from his post as finance minister of the State of Madhya Pradesh, India. The reason why he resigned were the allegations of rape levied by his (former?) servant and domestic employee. I strongly welcome the criminal … Continue reading

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