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Hong Kong pop star Anthony Wong comes out

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  1. Sam Maloney 26 Apr 2012, 12:34am

    Well good– every out person is a sign post of hope for those that are still in. The more visible we are, the less scary and vilified we will be.

  2. Hodge Podge 26 Apr 2012, 1:13am

    Brave move, well done to the guy on doing something so positive.

  3. We love you Anthony just the way you are. Too bad the anti gay Christian psychiatrist are in China now giving shock treatments to LGBT Chinese. This is the same mad men who are killing people around the world with their “gay therapy”, which does not work and only makes gays kill themselves. These people need to be arrested for their crimes and put in jail.

  4. Gay people don’t need to be coralled into hetrosexual relationships to breed more population – China is sevely overpopulated as it is. It’s downright disgusting homophonbia exisits there especially. People should be encourgaged to explore their gay feelings.

  5. Suddenly Last Bummer 26 Apr 2012, 12:38pm

    Hong Kong. Anthony Wong. Is it up to me to include the word ‘schlong’?

  6. Why do mentally disturbed narcissistic God-botherers feel the urge to declare their fatuous opinions on others’ sexuality? It is too much to ask that you keep it private (or locked up), as you should be?

    1. Thank you, dear. Your inability to recognise a point (or indeed understand what a ‘legal opinion’ is) speaks for itself. Run along now.

      1. There there, little one. Now go and speak nicely to the men in white coats and they might give you a little sweetie to clear your head.

      2. Spanner1960 26 Apr 2012, 2:26pm

        Somebody call Nurse Godwin.

    2. I wouldn’t give Keith the time of day with this one… his view of morality appears to have had its hamstrings cut at some point and is now stuck within the thick cloud of paranoid, bigotry that clouds his mind. And unfortunately I don’t find fascism to be my cup of tea – primarily because it is impossible to enforce as a minority and secondly there are better ways to do things (a theocracy sounds fun – although I’ll leave that to you Keith as it fits your world view more than it does mine – I am an atheist of course.) I would also argue the point of sexuality being okay behind closed doors but knowing him he will crawl out from under his bridge and start spouting the usual “well you must advocate paedophilia and necrophilia in the bedroom then behind closed doors!” or some other turd argument he hastily cobbled together in some vain attempt to reflect me as a socially repugnant individual who is deserving of scorn and who’s opinion must be cast out…

  7. I completely agree. Why should heterosexuals feel the urge to declare their sexual deviances and tastes as well? Baby killing swine. Every time I see a wedding ring or a picture of a family on a desk I just know what those people are doing in the bedroom and can’t stop thinking about it.

    1. Oh dear, Jay, the poor troll doesn’t understand sarcasm either! :D

      1. Hardly surprising Iris, he’s a bit, you know –

        *taps forehead*

  8. Sam Maloney 26 Apr 2012, 8:14pm

    Hey Keith and Turd– if you were really straight, you’d spend your online hours cruising sites like ‘bigtitties.com’ and ‘hotwetpussies.net’.
    Just relax, be honest with yourselves about the messages your bodies are sending you, and when you are ready to come out, come back– we’ll still be here.

    1. Oh Jesus, no – we don’t want psychos on our side of the fence, do we?

  9. Hats off to this guy! He took a leap of faith because homosexuality is still a very taboo subject in most Asian countries (including China). I wish that this will set an example for others that it’s okay to be yourself.

    I’m glad to see support emerge and i don’t see any hatred concerning this topic. I’m glad that China is taking steps forward towards equality.

  10. Guys, I just have to say, don’t get Hong Kong and China confused, I would hate to be confused with those Chinese people, I’m not Chinese, I’m a Hongkonger.

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