Day: 25 June 2017

  • RIP | Drag Queen Vanilla Lush dies

    London-based Drag Queen Vanilla Lush has passed away. The singer, who had been battling cancer has passed away. Vanilla Lush, real name, Aalbert Martijn Smit was a former member of the drag super-band, the Supreme Fabulettes. The entertainer passed away last Thursday. He was 38. He was born and raised in the Netherlands and began […]

  • Molly Moggs is back

    After a short break, the popular drag bar, Molly Moggs is back… The shutters are off and Molly Moggs is back – open and ready for business. The popular pub, one of the must go to bars in London has returned after it closed in March. Molly Moggs has broken the spate of the seemingly […]

  • COMMENT | Why we should be ashamed of the intolerance and double standards of the left

    There’s much gnashing of teeth from leftists that the Conservatives are trying to hop into bed with the ‘homophobic’ DUP of Northern Ireland in order to prop up a crap minority Tory government. What short memories they have. Gordon Brown, the most recent Labour Prime Minister (the party has now lost three consecutive General Elections) […]

  • Toronto Pride parade goes ahead without police in the parade

    Toronto Pride went ahead this weekend with the exception of one long-running supporter in the parade, the police force. Gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans police officers in Toronto did not take part in this year’s event after Black Lives Matter protestors disrupted last year’s parade and demanded that they be excluded from the parade along with […]

  • Katie Hopkins has a meltdown over Pride police cars

    Controversialist Katie Hopkins has slammed the Sussex police service for their colour Pride cars. Taking to Twitter wannabe gay icon Katie Hopkins has blasted the Sussex police service for spending £750 of taxpayer’s money on Pride decals for two of their vehicles for the upcoming Eastbourne and Hasting’s Pride. Tweeting to Inspector Mark Evans, Critical […]

  • COMMENT | They weren’t voting for a trans woman, they were voting for Sophie Cook

    As I stood on stage, a room full of expectant people looking up at me I was totally focused on the next words that I would hear. “Sophie Rose Cook, Labour Party, 20,882.” In the space of five short weeks, we’d achieved the seemingly impossible, taking a previously safe Tory seat and making it a […]