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  1. I don’t really approve of “outing” people, it is a journey that each of us has to make in our own time. However, when someone actively works against the community, harms us, disdains us or is aggressive to us, while being gay themselves then I have no problem with dragging them out in to the light of day and let them live with the consequences.

    1. totally agree

    2. Absolutely agree that there is a huge difference between choosing not to disclose ones own sexuality – which should be a personal choice (although it would be great to encourage those who feel ready to come out) and those who deny their sexuality and do so whilst being aggressive or antagonistic towards LGBT people – such hypocritical actions deserve exposure in my view.

    3. Absolutely agree that there is a huge difference between choosing not to disclose ones own sexuality – which should be a personal choice (although it would be great to encourage those who feel ready to come out) and those who deny their sexuality and do so whilst being aggressive or antagonistic towards LGBT people – such hypocritical actions deserve exposure in my view….

  2. Was the sight of male acrobats tearing off their shirts at the Vatican last year enough to prove the Pope is gay? He did seem to enjoy the show a little bit too much…

    1. You mean this one?

      1. Definitely a homo! did you see his face :), at least he could hide his erection underneath those robes

        1. I liked the bit where he attempts to get up and greet them then changes his mind and sits back down.
          There’s never a bible around when you need one is there ;)

      2. Wished I could lip read! any one know what the nuns were shouting?

  3. Haha classic!! This site will definitely come in useful, when the homophobes come a calling.

  4. Love the idea of the site.

  5. Of course this one’s quite good too… has a little more detail.
    http://www.ranker.com/list/top-10-anti-gay-activists-caught-being-gay/joanne
    Or alternatively I like Roy Zimmerman’s many variants on “Ted Haggard is completely heterosexual”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZmHC75FDqQ
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIsLFjWCTsk

    1. Favourite line:
      “This week we just heard about this guy George Rekers, right? OK, yet another rabid virulet anti gay activist who turned out to be gay, and the question then becomes, y-know, how do you know when a rabid virulent anti-gay activist is in fact gay?
      And the answer is, “well duh!””
      Mentioning no names…

  6. auntie babs 9 Sep 2011, 12:25pm

    I can’t wait to get home from work and spend quality time on this site.

    1. Favourite excuse so far from Larry Craig:
      “On June 11, 2007, Craig was arrested at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on suspicion of lewd conduct in a men’s restroom, where he was accused of soliciting an undercover police officer for sexual activity. During the resulting interview with the arresting officer, Craig insisted upon his innocence, disputing the officer’s version of the event by stating that he merely had a “wide stance” (Craig states that he said he was a “wide guy”,and that he had been picking a piece of paper from the floor”.

      1. Loved the “Little Britain” Senator statement sketch, excellent video to highlight the penicious nature of some forms of “Closeted Hypocrisy”

  7. Jock S. Trap 9 Sep 2011, 12:59pm

    What an excellent way to show up the hypocrites.

    We all have the right to be as public or as private as we like but once you harm and damage that community that right stops.

  8. Valsky, I concur.

    Similarly, there should be a list of straight anti same-sex marriage opponents in political office who commit adultery, some of them serial adulterers who mouth of about the sanctity of marriage and the one man one woman mantra.

    1. Interesting idea and I think it should be encouraged!

    2. That would be a great idea, but wouldn’t that tax the internet unduly?

  9. Just Another Gay Activist 10 Sep 2011, 7:13am

    Bigot and hate mongers tracking dot com should be next!

    1. They already have this. It’s called “FOX News.”

  10. Every one of these hypocrites found doing something with a rent boy in a restroom or posting their ass on Grindr puts one more nail in the coffin of that lame closet misdirection:
    “I know, I’ll be the most obnoxious homophobe I can possibly be, then no-one could possibly guess I’M gay myself”.
    Failing that there’s always Prof Henry Adams penile pleismograph experiment…
    https://my.psychologytoday.com/files/u47/Henry_et_al.pdf

    1. On a totally unrelated note, Keith doesn’t seem to have much to say on all this. Can’t think why.

      1. Jock S. Trap 10 Sep 2011, 9:52am

        Makes a change, don’t it!! lol

        1. Thats because his comments are evaporating quicker hen his mothers liquor as she sleeps by the side of the trailer…..

  11. Gay Daily Mail Reader 10 Sep 2011, 12:05pm

    Who’s next? Robert Mugabe? David Bahiti? The Pope? Fair enough if you are gay then whether you out yourself depends on your circumstances and choice but those self-loathing ‘gay homophobes’ should be hauled out of the closet even if it takes a team of dray horses to do it.

  12. floridahank 10 Sep 2011, 7:00pm

    I’m tired of you people misusing the term ‘gay homophobia’
    Here are two proper definitions when talking about homosexuality and where heterosexuals stand when we talk about you and your actions.

    phobia: an irrational ,excessive and persistent fear of a particular thing or situtation
    anti: being opposed to some policy, proposal, action, etc.
    So when we look at your stand, actions, beliefs, etc. we are not homophobes, we are anti-homosexuality in the way the socio/political/educational/religious pressures are being applied — there’s a huge difference when we want to discuss your and our reaction to what is happening in the heterosexual/homosexual attitude and stance.
    I look at the same-sex demands, problems, rights, etc. that are being discussed in the UK and the USA and it is complex and mixed with negative and positive factors. That’s one reason there are many people opposed and open when dealiing with anti-homosexuality — and not with the label of being homophobic.
    You seem to take extra delight when a “so called homophobe” does some homosexual act. Well the world is full of hypocrites and phonies, and that’s to be expected when you start dealing with human sexuality — doesn’t mean anything more than realizing what those types of people really were in their private statements and public behavior. Human nature is basically corrupt and it takes a total, meaningful acceptance in Jesus Christ to know the truth of how a person can fundamentally change and not let lust govern his/her behavior.

    1. Sam Maloney 10 Sep 2011, 7:31pm

      Come out of the closet, Floridahank! You know you want to, and it will keep you from ending up on that website of secretly gay haters…

    2. Sure you can split hairs over semantics but most dictionaries would tell you homophobia is a valid term in this context.
      Collins English dictionary defines it as “an intense hatred or fear of homosexuals”. So whether or not homosexuals have you standing on chairs shreiking like a little girl, you can still be homophobic by simply not liking them and by extension vetoing all their equal rights.
      Implying these people aren’t homophobic is about as convincing as telling us that the folk who wanted Rosa Parks at the back of the bus weren’t being racist.
      As for your comment about Jesus Christ curing the gays, that paradigm is very much your personal take on things. You won’t be surprised to discover that those of other religions and none [not to mention the myriad other christian denominations] don’t consider it any kind of debate clincher.

    3. Fragile.dog 10 Sep 2011, 11:03pm

      “Here are two proper definitions when talking about homosexuality and where heterosexuals stand when we talk about you and your actions.”

      Please, please don’t lump all hetrosexuals in with your narrow “anti-homosexual” view. The majority of hetros aren’t hate filled, anti-homosexual individuals, the majority couldn’t care less either way.

    4. “anti-homosexuality”

      Its not logical or normal to obsesses about gay people and their lives, especially when it comes to sex.

      Ergo, it is irrational.

      If follows on that this obsession leading to a “fear” of homosexuals “imposing their agenda” is also irrational.

      Therefore:- homophobia is a better term for the condition of irrationality you suffer from.

      Q.E.D.

    5. “and not let lust govern his/her behavior.”

      Yeah, but its much more fun if you do. Who the fcuk wants to be a dull sexless fart like you?

  13. THE COMMUNITY THAT YOU HAVE SET UP THAT IS SUPPOSE TO BE ABOUT TOLERANCE AND UNITY WITHOUT RACISM AND NEGATIVE DISPARAGES ALONG WITH NOT LABELING HAS NEVER LIVED UP TO THE UNWRITTEN MISSION STATEMENT THAT YOU ARE CLAIMING YOUR COMMUNITY THAT YOU ALIENATED OR EXILED YOURSELF TO NOW YOU WANT TO EXIST ALONG THE SOCIETY THAT YOU HATE AND BEG FOR RIGHTS IN IT IS HYPOCRITICAL IN ADDITION TO NOT EVERYONE IS DIPICTED ON YOUR FLOATS OF MEN IN THONGS AND DRAGS SO THERE IS NO ONE TO IDENTIFY WITH THAT IS WHY NO ONE WILL COME OUT YPU UAVE NOT EARNED THE RIGHT TO ASK FOR RIGHTS YOU HOMOSEXUALS ARE DOING YOURSELVES IN AND YOU DESERVE EVERY BAD, NEGATIVE, EVIL, MONSTEROUS THING THAT HAPPENS TO YOU

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  15. “And what do you call it when someone dislikes homosexual practices but has no fear nor hatred of homosexuals”

    Insane.

    Why, what do your doctors call it?

    Will your last comment go to heaven with the others comments of yours that are gone away, Keith? Hmmmmm?

    :)

  16. Keith – I call them straw men as it rarely ever happens to the point at which we get to hear about it to the tune of 165 comments in one week.
    It might surprise you but I’m not personally keen on vaginas, but I don’t obsessively troll straight websites telling people that they can catch various STDs from their disgusting heterosexual practices. I figure they’re grown ups, and more than likely know that already. Those who care enough are using condoms. There’s nothing I can tell these people they aren’t already getting from safe sex campaigns.
    Nor do I invoke an invisible god which I have zero proof of to back up my lame attempt at shaming them.
    Those who don’t obsessively rub it in our faces like they’re attempting to shame a puppy that p!ssed on the carpet, I tend to call those straight people.

  17. Or heterosexuals if you prefer.

  18. Oh, shut up Keith, you incipid little fool. Your silly little posts are evaporating quicker than you ability to spew them out.

    And I for one am delighted.

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