Tag Archives: 1980s

“Gay Shame” What’s that all about?

By | 11th July 2021

“Gay shame” is the new ideologically driven narrative the gay ill health sector is pushing onto the gay community. It stems from a 2005 book “The Velvet Rage” by Alan Downs. In it Downs explores “gay shame” by interviewing a number (not many) of gay men. The idea is that we are all suffering from… Read More »

It’s A Sin Review: A distorted narrative of AIDS in the 80s

By | 9th February 2021

“It’s A Sin” is the story of an arrogant, ignorant, selfish, irresponsible gay man (Ritchie). A failed actor in denial of the AIDS epidemic. Someone who wouldn’t listen to any advice or guidance on his sex life, he would not moderate his behaviour. He didn’t give a fuck about himself or anyone else. As the… Read More »

Corona virus: A warning to the woke gay community

By | 8th March 2020

Some gay men never learn. Others are naive and are influenced by the relentless rhetoric they are fed by LGBT organisations they believe are here to represent their best interests and tell the truth. Yet the gay men who survive and thrive are the ones who take a critical eye, look at the wider picture,… Read More »

Gays on TV. Are you being depraved?

By | 8th December 2019

In the “bad old days” on television 1960s and 1970s gays were often stereotyped as the limp wristed camp effeminate “poofter” type. Always fun happy go lucky characters, enjoying life and making innuendos all the time. Think Dick Emery Clarence, John Inman’s Mr Humphreys in Are You Being Served, Frankie Howerd and the Carry On… Read More »

How the 1987 AIDS monolith and iceberg ads saved many of us from HIV

By | 18th July 2019

The gay elite love to put a spin on history. Often the aim is to bash the Conservative party and police (now even the NHS), cover up their own failings and enhance and artificially promote whatever they’re doing now. No doubt you’ll have heard how the Thatcher government was supposedly slow to act and, when… Read More »

Have sleazy PrEPsters led to a decline in acceptance of gay people in the UK?

By | 11th July 2019

Acceptance of gay people has stalled in the UK. What could be the reason? On social media the brain dead are guessing that Donald Trump could be to blame. Or possibly the “far right” – that handy fit-all smear for anyone who says no to gays having everything they want. But perhaps we need to… Read More »

Single course of antibiotics may cause irreversible damage to crucial gut bacteria

By | 23rd March 2019

There’s yet another reason to always use a condom so you avoid sexually transmitted infections as much as possible. The Telegraph reports that even a single course of antibiotics “can damage the healthy bacteria in the gut for at least a year and possibly permanently.” For a long time it has been known that antibiotics… Read More »

Video illustrates why San Francisco could once again be the starting point for a pandemic amongst gay men

By | 4th December 2018

17,000 men who have sex with men (MSM) are taking PrEP in San Francisco, that’s 37%, according to this video. And you can bet that hardly any of them are using condoms. In fact condoms aren’t mentioned once in the video (agenda revealed). But no surprise there, as its from the website Prepster. Using PrEP… Read More »

Why condoms are a safer choice than ever & the simple act of avoiding barebackers keeps you healthy & sane

By | 4th November 2018

As part of the desperation to drive forward PrEP and the barebacking that goes along with it, condoms have sometimes been demonised in the most wicked and false way. In fact, if you insist on using a condom, and always do, you’re probably at the safest level gay condom users have been at for 35… Read More »