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  1. You MUST go look at this guys website – it has everything!

  2. Jules has linked to a homophobe
    Good luck to David

  3. Christine Rourke 10 Feb 2010, 12:26pm

    Good luck to David!

    BTW, although that sad gimp Richard Carvath was warned by the police back in Dec about his homophobic comments, he repeats them all this month in relation to David.

    and in a later comment on that blog entry, he goes on to state that militant homosexuality is about promoting “prostitution, pornography and paedophilia.”

    Of course, he only says this out of christian love.

    Well, you learn something new every day, don’t you?


  4. Quote
    “Mr Carvath wrote on his blog that he felt the area’s constituents would not want to be represented by a “homosexual pervert” and said of Mr Henry that he was an “anarchist homosexual pervert”.

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    * Mr Carvath is another independent candidate from the extreme far right

    * Mr Carvath thinks he can make political head way by playing the homophobia card.

    * Mr Carvath is another extreme fundamentalist Christian supported by the Christian institute

    Join a group of us dedicated to challenging the extremism and homophobia of the Christian Institute on face book.!/pages/The-Christian-Institute/78436661801?ref=mf

  5. Cute. Any nude pics, PN?

  6. Omar Kuddus Gayasylum (uk) 10 Feb 2010, 3:12pm

    Good luck to youyouand itis time that a GayRights activist stood up and gotcounted.
    There are too few of us who actually do ,and especially when we can make a differance, especally in regards to the LGBT community, and our rights and Equality.
    I personally wish you the very best,as amshore that all ourgroup members do as well and hope you do win.

  7. pirate Ray/Kent. 10 Feb 2010, 3:18pm

    David and other youngsters came all the way down to Kent for demo’s etc during the County Council’s attempt at a local Sec 28 some years ago and greatly helped get it removed. Nice to see he’s still at it… (politicing that is… but anarchist? far too cute.)

    All the best for the Gen Election David, the end of Blears is a must….

  8. Simon Murphy 10 Feb 2010, 4:41pm

    Good luck David Henry.

    The best type of LGBT MP is one who is in favour of LGBT equality.

    It is far better than gay candidates whose sexuality is only mentioned to convince the electorate that their party is not as nasty and homophobic as it always has been (despite the vast quantities spent on PR to convince us otherwise).

    David Henry supports marriage equality. Matt Sephton does not.
    In fact Matt Sephton (through his membership of the absurd LGBTory Group) cannot even bring himself to condemn the fascist homophobia of the Polish Law and Justice Party.

    LGBTory cannot bring themselves to condemn David ‘All PR No Substance’ Cameron’s support for vastly increasing the number of faith schools.

    LGBTory haven’t uttered a word of concern about Tory, catholic extremist Iain Duncan Smith’s plans to reduce the parental rights of non-biological gay parents.

    I have no idea what Matt Sephton is like as an individual. But through his involvement with the utterly spineless LGBTory group he has proven that he is no friend of LGBT rights.

    I do sympathise to a slight degree. How frustrating it must be to be a leader of a group like LGBTory whose sole function is as a PR exercise.

    They do not seem to be allowed to express ANY opinion of their own. Their policies mirror that of the Tories in their entirety. Which considering the Tories alliance with Polish extremists; and their support for extremist IDS is very worrying indeed.

    At least Matt Sephton won’t have to feign an interest in gay rights now. There is a candidate who actually supports them to vote for instead.

  9. best of luck david!

  10. Well done David. You will be a breath of fresh air in the current climate of corruption. Hopefully your selection will encourage lots more young people to take an interest and a role in politics. We certainly need that.

  11. Omar Kuddus gyasylum( Uk 10 Feb 2010, 10:25pm

    if i can be of any help pleasease contac me on to my emial personal address or the number for Gayasylumn nuber thatt ends in2020.

  12. Omar Kuddus gyasylum( Uk 10 Feb 2010, 10:26pm

    Ps keybod sticking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Wow! So absolutely right on — and so hunky. If I can do anything to support the campaign sitting at a computer in Lond, please let me know.


  14. Hell yeah, go David! He’s a local legend here, and a genuinly principled guy, so let’s all get behind him – and not in the way some of you are suggesting, dirty boys!

  15. BrazilBoysBlog 11 Feb 2010, 5:38am

    Congratulations on your selection David. We need everyone to fight these right wing loonies like Carvath, and idiots like Hazel Bleary.

    I´m sure that if elected, you will be a breath of fresh air in Westminster.

  16. London Friend 11 Feb 2010, 12:45pm

    Good Luck David . . .
    An inspiration to the LGBT and Youth communities alike.

    LF x

  17. It’s still not going to happen. Salford people despise Blear’s and all her party stands for, so the guy doesn’t stand a snowball’s.

  18. BrazilBoysBlog 11 Feb 2010, 1:53pm

    @RobN And why would that be? as I read it, he is challenging the seat and Blears, but not for labour? He belongs to the Green Party, but is more likely to be backed by various trade unions. Blears is contesting the seat for Labour and he is standing against her?

  19. BBB: Sorry mate, I misread it, I thought he was out to replace Blears as a Labour candidate. Labour have most certainly blown any chance of winning there again in the foreseeable future.

  20. Omar Kuddus Gayasylum (UK) 11 Feb 2010, 5:24pm

    Words are not enough.
    Actions speak louder.
    Put it as defenate and not “mybe”

  21. David Henry 11 Feb 2010, 6:11pm

    Just to clarify, I’m standing as a left/eco-socialist candidate against Blears, not as a New Labour candidate. I am not a member of the New Labour Party. Old Labour in New Clothes perhaps, a new era for the left, as the current MP is far from that.

    Thanks for your kind comments everyone :)

  22. Richard Carvath 11 Feb 2010, 6:36pm

    99% of people are straight. Get over it!

  23. Good luck David!

    Richard, just a heads up, on that boxing video on your site, you can see the outline of your w1lly in those shorts.

  24. BrazilBoysBlog 11 Feb 2010, 8:08pm

    @Richard Carvath “99% of people are straight. Get over it!” Sorry dear, but in my (vast) experience of these matters, the only difference between a straight man and a bisexual man is usually 5 pints of beer! (whatever your religion might say!) :-)

  25. I wish I had as much free time to surf and comment on gay sites and hang around in boxing gyms wearing tight shorts as Mr Carvath does ;)

    I believe the government reckons that 6.5% is LGBT and others say up to 10%. Personally I believe a majority of people might be bi to some degree if it wasn’t for the social stigma attached to it.

    Over 50 years ago Kinsey reported that 37% of men in the U.S. had achieved orgasm through contact with another male after adolescence and 13% of women had achieved orgasm through contact with another woman. Imagine what the figure could be now in these more enlightened times.

  26. Richard Carvath 12 Feb 2010, 5:26pm

    Kinsey is utterly discredited. I’d be surprised if even Adrian Tippetts is prepared to defend Kinsey’s ‘findings’ after the years of revelations and analysis which have exposed Kinsey’s methodology as fraudulent and demonstrated that Kinsey’s conclusions are invalid. I wrote about Kinsey in Chapter 4 of my book ‘Definitely Sexy’ (which is available as a free pdf in the archive on my website). Human beings are heterosexual by nature: ‘homosexuals’ are really confused heterosexuals in need of healing.

  27. Many ‘heterosexuals’ are afraid to explore their natural inclinations. With all the stigma it is obvious that there will be a large number who choose not to do anything about that side of their sexual feelings.

    As I’ve got older I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s a mistake to try and put everyone into either a homosexual or heterosexual box. Many people don’t fit.

    Browbeating people and trying to make them feel guilty and unhappy about the totally natural way they are isn’t ‘healing’ them. If you have truly never had a homosexual attraction to another man then you aren’t qualified to speak on the issue. You know nothing about it and it’s arrogant to do so.

  28. humans are sexual by nature Richard but that means hetero, bi gay etc and not just what suits your homophobia
    people aren’t confused heteros you idiot!
    your book sounds like homophobic lies and nonsense

  29. As a teacher of Religious Studies I’m pretty appalled by Richard Carvath’s attitude, but unfortunately not surprised. The majority of mainstream Christians will not support his bigoted agenda.

  30. It will probably come as no great surprise to you to learn that it’s now come to light that Richard Carvath is a convicted stalker and has been locked up in a mental institution in the past! He decided that god had told him the daughter of a fellow church member was destined to be his wife and even though he didn’t even know her proceeded to harass the life out of her and her family.

    He was warned by the police but informed them that god had spoken to him and that it was the police the girl and her family who would have to face divine justice unless they made her marry him forthwith! Of course he was convicted then refused to carry out his sentence as he was only following what god had told him and was not subject to English criminal law or courts. Eventually he was sectioned and dragged off by the men in white coats screaming that satan was in control of his “enemies”.

    Richard Carvath is living proof that care in the community does not work.

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