Day: 10 January 2018

  • Homophobic abuse on the UK’s train system continues with another incident

    Police are appealing for information after a passenger was homophobically abused by a fellow passenger. A passenger on a train travelling between London and Birmingham on the 23rd December was homophobically abused while waiting to use the onboard toilet, British Transport Police say. The passenger who is 23, was waiting to use the toilet when […]

  • India Willoughby: Women like me are drowned out by the LGBT narrative

    India Willougby has hit out at the LGBT+ community saying that women like her have been silenced. Celebrity Big Brother housemate, India Willoughby has said that she feels that ‘women like her’ have been drowned out by the current “LGBT narrative that is going on”. The trans newsreader, who has already criticised the genderfluid and […]

  • Actually, it seems Tim Farron does think gay sex is a sin

    Tim Farron misled the British people on his views on homosexuality – can he ever be trusted again? Former Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, who was asked repeatedly during the General Election 2017 whether he thought gay sex was a sin or not has revealed that he actually regrets some of the things he said […]

  • FILM REVIEW | The Greatest Showman

    THE GREATEST SHOWMAN – The already award-winning musical of the original showman PT Barnum celebrating the birth of show business itself with all original songs including the best new gay anthem in 30 years… and it is now climbing up the pop charts. Nutshell – The greatest entertainer of all time in a classic rags to riches story of […]

  • India Willoughby faces eviction after nominations from her Celebrity housemates

    India Willoughby faces eviction from the Celebrity Big Brother house. After receiving more nominations than any other housemate, India Willoughby‘s future in the Big Brother house is in jeopardy. As India’s name was called by each of her nominees, the live studio audience’s booing for India could be heard by all in the house, showing […]

  • Grindr is now 100 percent owned by Chinese gaming firm

    After purchasing a majority stake in Grindr last year, a Chinese gaming company has acquired the rest of the dating app for gay men from its founder Joel Simkhai, the West Hollywood company announced Friday.