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Girl Abducted and Tortured by Homo-Trannie Gang in Cinncinati

The media keeps telling you that “gays” are such nice normal people and trannies are poor little victims. That’s rubbish. The statistics they give you are fake and the truth is that homosexuals and transsexuals carry out far more attacks and murders than they get done to them. 

They network and plan to carry out horrific paedophile and sadistic attacks on innocent children, then they film it and sell it as child porn.

A 14-year-old Indiana girl was lured from her home last year and taken to a Clermont County apartment where she was forced “to endure sadomasochistic conduct.”

The teen’s grandmother said in federal court Thursday that the girl had been tortured and intimidated into “sexual slavery.”

Three people, two men and a transgender “woman” [meaning a cross-dressing man], have now been sentenced to prison for their actions involving the girl.

More: Documents: Girl in child porn case kept in Clermont County apartment with sex toys

A Clermont County man and his partner, who as the case proceeded was identified as a transgender woman, were both sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court in Cincinnati.

District Judge Susan Dlott sentenced 26-year-old Eric Ho to 30 years in prison. His partner – who is identified in court and jail records as Bryan Matthew Otero but who according to his attorney wants to be called “Lacey” – was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Ho and Otero, 28, are in a relationship that Otero hopes to continue after they are released from prison, court documents say.

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A Kansas man, Ian Nathanial Smith, was sentenced in March to 30 years in prison. He pleaded guilty to a child pornography charge.

According to court documents, Smith, who was in Kansas, began communicating with the girl in 2016 using internet applications including Skype and Kik. He eventually demanded that she perform sex acts on live-streaming video.

In late April 2017, Smith picked up the girl from her Indiana home and drove her to Clermont County, “delivering her to” Ho and Otero, court documents say.

Documents say Smith made arrangements for the girl to stay with Otero and Ho at their Union Township apartment until “he could save up enough money for his own residence.”

More: Prosecutors: Men harbored 14-year-old to make child porn

At the apartment, Assistant U.S. Attorney Kyle Healey said in court, “degrading and humiliating don’t even begin to describe” what the girl had to endure. Court documents describing what happened to her have been sealed.

Ho pleaded guilty to sex trafficking and child pornography charges. Otero pleaded guilty to sex trafficking.

The teen was missing for several days before the FBI working with other law enforcement agencies found her May 2, 2017 at the Union Township apartment. She was found hiding in a bedroom closet with Ho.

Healey said she is “a troubled teenager, and they exploited and took advantage of her.”

Otero and Ho identify with the “BDSM (bondage, domination, submission, and sadomasochism) lifefstyle,” according to documents filed in advance of the sentencing.

Otero wanted to be the submissive person in the relationship, her attorney, Thomas Kidd, told Dlott. Otero did not sexually assault the girl or produce child pornography, Kidd said.

The girl’s grandmother said in court that Otero should have helped her.

“Her life will be forever shattered by these heinous actions that you said you didn’t participate in, but you did nothing to stop,” the grandmother told Otero. “You could not stand up for a child.”

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Great work President Trump, another year ignoring LGBT “Pride” Month.


Under President Obama, the USA was so degraded that an LGBT flag flew from the White House, but under President Donald Trump we are into a new era of moral values and sanity. No obscene parades or disgusting glorification of the behaviour that started the AIDS epidemic will be dignified by the  participation of an American president or any of his staff.  Thank God!


Mr Trump has announced that June 2018 is African-American Music Appreciation Month, National Home-ownership Month, National Ocean Month, National Caribbean-American Heritage Month, and Great Outdoors Month. You’ve got to love his sense of humour.

Even better the US Justice Department has implemented a religious exemption policy that upholds the First Amendment and protects everybody—companies, individuals, whatever—from homosexual “rights” liability if they have a religious reason. So, no more bullying of shops and companies to cater to the whims of an aggressive, perverted minority.  No more bankrupting bars because they just asked noisy, blaring, flaunting trannies to stop upsetting other customers. They will just have to learn the hard lesson that true tolerance and respect are mutual. 

A return to civilisation! This is the answer to our prayers, and we are LOVING it.

No more inviting rich powerful homosexuals to hob-nob with the President. Obama used to be very chummy with Terry Bean, founder of HRC – a predator on underage boys, who used to secretly video all that went on in his bedroom and watch it again on his computer. Now under President Trump, the honour and dignity of the White House has been restored and we at YGB applaud him.

Funnily enough the LGBTs are fuming with rage, and throwing tantrums all over the place like a spoilt child (which is what they became under Obama). They just don’t seem to appreciate that when you bully someone, it doesn’t make them love you!! America has escaped from the clutches of the “gay” bullies and let’s hope it’s forever.

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Victory for Cake Shop that Declined to Make Same-Sex Wedding Cake

This is a massive win for religious freedom in America and a significant turn of the tide in the Western world. 

The USA Supreme Court has overruled the earlier decision to force the owners of a cake shop in Colorado to make a cake celebrating a same-sex union when that was a violation of the conscience of the baker, Jack Philips. The Supreme Court has now  – correctly – upheld Mr Philips’ rights under the First Amendment, i.e. freedom of expression. To force somebody to say or affirm something they do not believe violates that right to free expression. Jack Philips has won  – and the whole of America has won back an important Human Right, stolen by the gay lobby.

I’m loving the Trump era!

A Massive Win for Religious Freedom

Jun 5, 2018

There is some great news for a change coming out of America at the moment. A court case concerning religious freedom has actually gone the way of conscientious Christians over against militant homosexual activists. While this ruling has not resolved all questions about such matters, it is a terrific first step for the vital importance of freedom of religion.

The background to the case is this: back in July 2012 two homosexuals, Charlie Craig and David Mullins of Denver, visited Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado to buy a custom-made wedding cake. The homosexual couple had intentionally targeted this business, knowing that the owner was a devout Christian. They were deliberate bullies, motivated by malice and greed.

Jack Phillips, the owner, refused to make a customized cake that celebrated a homosexual wedding, citing his religious convictions. The state civil rights commission sanctioned Phillips after a formal complaint from the couple. On December 5, 2017 the US Supreme Court began the case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.

Phillips had sought an exemption from Colorado’s civil-rights law, which prohibits public businesses from discriminating based on sexual orientation. He argued that this was about whether the government can “compel artists to create expression that violates their sincerely held religious beliefs about marriage.”

As he said in December of last year:

We don’t have to agree on questions of sexual morality. But what we should be able to agree on is our freedom, to live out our most important ideals. What I didn’t say was that I wouldn’t sell them a cake. I’m happy to sell a cake to anyone, whatever his or her sexual identity. People should be free to make their own moral choices. I don’t have to agree with them. But I am responsible for my own choices. And it was that responsibility that led me to decline when two gentlemen came into my shop and invited me to create a wedding cake for their same-sex ceremony….

What a cake celebrating this event would communicate was a message that contradicts my deepest religious convictions, and as an artist, that’s just not something I’m able to do, so I politely declined. But this wasn’t just a business decision. More than anything else, it was a reflection of my commitment to my faith. My religious convictions on this are grounded in the biblical teaching that God designed marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

Obviously, not everyone shares those convictions. I don’t expect them to. Each of us makes our own choices; each of us decides how closely we will hold to, defend and live out those choices. The two men who came into my shop that day were living out their beliefs. All I did was attempt to live out mine. I respect their right to choose and hoped they would respect mine. They did not. And, considering all of the hate mail, obscene calls and death threats my family has received since I was sued, a lot of other people don’t see tolerance as a two-way street, either.

The Supreme Court decision has just been handed down. In a 7-2 decision, it sided with Phillips over against the Civil Rights Commission of Colorado. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor dissented. This ruling has a narrower focus on the situation in Colorado, and a broader ruling on related matters must wait.

As Justice Kennedy of the majority decision put it, similar cases may be decided differently in the future. As to this case he wrote:

The reason and motive for the baker’s refusal were based on his sincere religious beliefs and convictions. The Court’s precedents make clear that the baker, in his capacity as the owner of a business serving the public, might have his right to the free exercise of religion limited by generally applicable laws. Still, the delicate question of when the free exercise of his religion must yield to an otherwise valid exercise of state power needed to be determined in an adjudication in which religious hostility on the part of the State itself would not be a factor in the balance the State sought to reach.

He also said this:

The Commission’s hostility was inconsistent with the First Amendment’s guarantee that our laws be applied in a manner that is neutral toward religion. To Phillips, his claim that using his artistic skills to make an expressive statement, a wedding endorsement in his own voice and of his own creation, has a significant First Amendment speech component and implicates his deep and sincere religious beliefs.

Near the end of the decision we find these words:

States cannot punish protected speech because some group finds it offensive, hurtful, stigmatic, unreasonable, or undignified. “If there is a bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment, it is that the government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea itself offensive or disagreeable.” Johnson, supra, at 414. A contrary rule would allow the government to stamp out virtually any speech at will. See Morse v. Frederick, 551 U. S. 393, 409 (2007) (“After all, much political and religious speech might be perceived as offensive to some”). As the Court reiterates today, “it is not . . . the role of the State or its officials to prescribe what shall be offensive.” Ante, at 16. “‘Indeed, if it is the speaker’s opinion that gives offense, that consequence is a reason for according it constitutional protection.’”

The full 60-page decision, including the dissenting view, can be found here:

This is a very important decision indeed, and the fallout of it will be enormous. Late last year Ben Shapiro wrote about the importance of this case:

The case is a seminal one for religious liberty. It pits the ability of local and state governments to enforce “anti-discrimination law” against religious practice rights for business owners; it essentially decides whether or not religious people can practice their religion in their business. This goes to the heart of freedom of religion in the United States.

Or as David Harsanyi said in a piece from last September:

For various reasons, including the media’s simplistic should-we-allow-people-to-discriminate coverage of these kinds of stories, most people seem to be unable to comprehend that this is about a lot more than supposed “discrimination.” Phillips doesn’t want to be forced to endorse the ceremony any more than I as a Jew would want to be forced to write a column praising the greatness of a Scientology.
This isn’t some phony cult concocting a new doctrine. Millions of Christians hold some form of a genuine, centuries’-long religious conviction that prohibits them from celebrating gay marriages. If you still support state coercion against them, then we might as well concede that religious freedom and true freedom of expression aren’t compatible with our new conception of a contemporary society. So the question is: Does the average American really believe society has a right to demand that a person paint or write novels — or make cakes — that celebrate acts that undermine their beliefs? It might be too late for his business, but Phillips’ case will go a long way in letting us know the answer.

Today many are cheering this outcome. Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family, said he was “delighted” with the ruling: “No one should be forced to violate their faith in order to earn a living, and Jack, who I’ve met and consider a friend, just wants to be free to live out his faith in his chosen profession.”

And Attorney Michael Farris, president of the Alliance Defending Freedom which represented Phillips, said that he was “ecstatic” at the decision. He said: “Justice Kennedy has held that tolerance is a two-way street, and Jack Phillips was not tolerated by the Civil Rights Commission of Colorado.”

Matt Walsh offers further insight:

It is said that Phillips “refused to serve” Mullins and Craig. That’s not true. He offered to sell them any item in the store. He would have even sold them a wedding cake. The only thing he would not do — could not do – was customize one. So, the gay men could have simply purchased a standard wedding cake. Or they could have left the store and gone to literally any other bakery in the state. Decent human beings would select either of those two options. But Mullins and Craig are not decent human begins. They opted for option three: set out on a years-long process to utterly destroy Jack Phillips, take down his business, and impoverish his family. They failed. Praise God they failed.

The words of David French are well worth concluding with:

This is a severe blow to the state. It hoped for a ruling declaring that the cake wasn’t protected expression and a free-exercise analysis that simply ratified the public-accommodation law as a “neutral law of general applicability.” Such a ruling would have permitted the favoritism on display in this case. It would have granted state authorities broad discretion to elevate favored messages and suppress dissent, all while operating under the fiction that they weren’t suppressing protected expression or religious exercise.

Instead, civil-rights commissions now have to understand that restrictions on religious bakers will carry with them the same implied restrictions on secular bakers, and the protections given gay customers will extend on an equal basis to religious customers. In other words, the Court not only prohibited favoritism, it imposed a high cost on censorship.

No, the Court did not issue the sweeping free-speech ruling that many advocates hoped for and others feared. Instead it issued a ruling that reminded state authorities that people of faith have the exact same rights — and are entitled to the exact same treatment — as people of different faith or no faith at all. And it did so in an opinion that decisively rejected the exact talking points so favored by the anti-religious left.

The Lord works in mysterious ways, and it is no small irony that the same justice who just struck a blow for the dignity of the faithful is also the man most responsible for creating the constitutional right to same-sex marriage. State bullies beware, when Justice Kennedy declared in Obergefell that the First Amendment still protects religious people as they seek to teach and uphold those “principles that are so fulfilling and so central to their lives and faiths,” he meant what he said. Tolerance, it appears, is not a one-way street.

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Transgender Terrorists

So-called “transgender” people are unstable, violent and delusional. They claim to be victims but carry out far more assaults and murders than they suffer. 

In India where the “hijra”  – men impersonating women  – are a group tolerated in Hindu culture, there is a rising problem of violent gangs of them behaving like thugs, hooligans and outlaws. They terrorize neighbourhoods and commit violent crime.  


In West Bengal, a man made unemployed when the tea garden he worked in closed down, took to begging in order to feed himself and his six children. To disguise his identity, he dressed as a woman. But he was seized by the local gang of “hijra” who decided he was not a real transgender [ Ed: wait a moment, what the hell is a “real” transgender? If he cross-dresses he cross-dresses, right? Er…not according to them.] The trannie thugs. who earn their own living by aggressive begging and prostitution, seized him and publicly beat him up. Then they kidnapped him and are refusing to release him. Meanwhile his wife and children starve. That’s gay rights for you!!!

 “We will not hand him over to the police. We will take him to our custody and give him such a treatment that he will never wear a saree again,” a transgender said.

In Bubanswar, a gang of 275 transgenders was arrested last year for harassing railways passengers. They beg for money and if they don’t get it, or not enough, they resort to abuse or even physical assault.  It is estimated that India has around 1 million of these wandering eunuchs who live like bandits and are a growing menace to the rest of the population. A lawyer reports that these eunuchs have been known to sexually assault young boys, spit on people who refuse to give them money, rob unwary passengers and even in one case stab a passenger to death.

In February 2018 a man in Madurai was pushed off a moving train to his death by a group of trannies, furious that they could not bully him into giving them money. 

“ECoR data shows the increasing trend of this menace every month. In June, 139 people were arrested, but it increased to 225 in July and 275 in August. The RPF had arrested 1903 TGs in 2015, but the arrest figure reached 1861 by this August. It may cross 2000 mark this year, said the RPF official.” 

A passenger commented ” All TGs should be arrested and employed for household help. But TGs are very lazy and look for easy money.”

There is even an online petition calling for Transgenders to be banned from India’s trains. 

We’ll sign!

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Church Sued for $2.3 Million for Not Hosting LGBT Event in Building It Owns

As if these pukes couldn’t have found a different building. They deliberately set out to pick on the church. That’s being a bully for you. <EDITORALTEAM>

An Oregon business has filed a complaint against a church that prohibited it from hosting an LGBT event in a building owned by the church, claiming that the fallout from that decision has harmed the company.

In 2015, Ambridge Event Center, which once rented out a space owned by Holy Rosary Church for various events, was compelled to reject an LGBT group’s request to hold an event on the property due to the church’s “morals clause.”

In a lawsuit filed last week in Multnomah County Circuit Court in Oregon, Ambridge alleged that the church’s rules against them hosting the LGBT event caused them harm. They are seeking $2.3 million in damages.

The PFLAG Portland Black Chapter, an African-American LGBT support group, sent a request to Ambridge to have an event held at the venue they were renting from Holy Rosary.

Ambridge had to decline the request and then apologized, stating that the refusal came at the order of Holy Rosary.

Although PFLAG considered filing a complaint with the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, the organization did not do so in part because churches are exempted from state antidiscrimination law, according to Oregon Live.

Rod Dreher, a senior editor at The American Conservative and author of the book,The Benedict Option, wrote in a column published Tuesday that “this will not be the last challenge of this sort against churches.”

“If an LGBT activist group targets a private business for working with a church it considers to be anti-LGBT, and its campaign results in that business going under, will the business owners take the church to court seeking damages? It would seem to me to be a frivolous lawsuit, but then again, in this climate, who knows?” wrote Dreher.

“The fact that Holy Rosary Church has to defend itself in this ridiculous lawsuit is a burden on a charitable organization that no doubt operates on a very tight margin.”

In its lawsuit against the church, Ambridge claims: “Even businesses and government entities that had previously scheduled events with Ambridge who were not affiliated with the LGBTQ community but had equity-driven internal policies, refused to work with Ambridge after reading or hearing about the discriminatory policy involved in its employment relationship with the church.”

Ambridge also took issue with the church’s decision to end their contract deal after the company hired an openly gay events coordinator as part of their efforts to “restore its image with its clientele and its relationship with the LGBTO community.”

“The church breached the contract by refusing to discuss or mediate the contract termination with Ambridge, by issuing unilateral restrictions on use of the event center and adjoining property, by demanding Ambridge pay taxes not owed under the contract, and by failing to exercise any effort, best or otherwise, to reach an amicable and mutually agreeable solution to the issues arising under the contract,” continued the complaint.

Ambridge’s complaint against Holy Rosary comes months after the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled against a Christian couple who were sued for $135,000 for refusing to make a gay wedding cake due to their religious objections.

Aaron and Melissa Klein, former owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, lost their appeal last December when the court decided that their effort to get an exemption was “a special license for discrimination.”

“The Kleins seek an exemption based on their sincere religious opposition to same-sex marriage; but those with sincere religious objections to marriage between people of different races, ethnicities, or faiths could just as readily demand the same exemption,” argued the appellate court.

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Gay exec for Coach parent company Tapestry relentlessly sexually harassed straight VP: lawsuit

Yet again, here is a queer that is nothing more than a bully. He doesn’t care how he hurts others as long as he feels like he is in charge. EWWWWW! <ADMIN>

Gay exec for Coach parent company Tapestry relentlessly sexually harassed straight VP: lawsuit

Oh, what a creepy web they weaved at Tapestry, Inc.

A lawsuit filed Tuesday accused a gay company executive of sexually harassing a straight co-worker, including “numerous unwanted touchings and endless comments” about oral and anal sex.

Defendant Giovanni Morelli was relentless in his same-sex come-ons toward plaintiff Thomas Gibb, who filed the 15-page suit in Manhattan Supreme Court.

“How is your d—?” Morelli allegedly asked Gibb during a March 2018 business trip to Spain. “Is there any way you would ever consider not being straight?”

 Tapestry, Inc., owns the well-known brands Coach, Stuart Weitzman and Kate Spade.

The suit alleged that Morelli became obsessive about Gibb’s genitals once the plaintiff was hired March 1 as Weitzman’s vice president of footwear development.

Morelli asked Gibb about his package when the men first met, the “opening overture in what became a bombardment of offensive conduct,” the lawsuit alleged.

Gibb alleged the company ignored his “multiple complaints” about Morelli’s constant comments.

While Tapestry announced last week that Morelli resigned after one year as head designer and creative director of the shoe label, the lawsuit charged that he was actually fired for cause.

The same was true of company human resources executive Molly Rosen, who coddled Morelli and chuckled at his inappropriate antics, according to the lawsuit.

An email sent to Tapestry for comment was not returned.

Gibb recounted sending a May 4 complaint to Human Resources staffer Molly Rosen after returning to work from the weekend only to find Morelli had drawn two large penises on a whiteboard in his office.

“Hahaha I’m dying,” the lawsuit quotes Rosen as replying via email. “Giovanni?”

Morelli’s inappropriate behavior further included introducing Gibb to people as “Tommy Straight.”

During the Spanish trip, Morelli told a crowd of people that Gibb was so heterosexual that “even if I saw him with a d— in his mouth, I wouldn’t believe it.”

The lawsuit by Gibb, a well-known figure in the fashion and footwear industry, seeks unspecified damages for “monetary and emotional harm” along with punitive damages.

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Children as young as FOUR are being told to tell on pupils who ‘misgender’

What the hell is wrong with the adults in this world? Seriously people? Are you really that screwed up that you can’t think straight? <Editoralteam>

Children as young as four are being asked by their ‘trans-friendly’ primary school to inform on anyone calling transgender pupils by the ‘wrong’ pronoun.

The policy at Arbury Primary in Cambridge states that it is ‘illegal’ to call someone ‘he/she’ or ‘it’ against their wishes.

The school also urges parents of children who no longer identify as their biological gender to consider changing their name by deed poll.

Arbury holds assemblies to celebrate a child’s ‘transition’ from a boy to a girl or vice versa, has introduced a gender-neutral uniform, and allows children to use lavatories of whichever sex they ‘assign’ themselves to.

The warning on ‘misgendering’ comes on the school website. A brightly coloured page entitled How To Be Trans Friendly features cartoons of smiling children surrounded by rainbows.

It states: ‘Calling someone he/she, it or deliberately the wrong pronoun is unkind, and illegal. If you hear or see this type of language being used challenge or report it.’

Elsewhere, the guidance says: ‘Trans children will understand the difference between a genuine mistake and something deliberate in relation to names and pronouns.’

The statement that misgendering is illegal may be based on the school’s interpretation of the 2010 Equalities Act, which suggests that a hate crime takes place when a member of a minority perceives one to have happened.

But Tory MP David Davies said: ‘In my view they are being completely irresponsible giving this advice to parents who may be struggling with how to help a child who is confused about their gender.

‘It’s ludicrous that a school would suggest something as radical as a legal name change for children this young. What the school should be concentrating on is teaching pupils reading, writing and arithmetic.’

And Stephanie Davies-Arai, from Transgender Trend, a parent-led campaign group concerned about rising number of children being diagnosed as transgender, added: ‘For a primary-aged child to change their name by deed poll is a drastic step that will cement a gender identity that the child may grow out of.’

Arbury headmaster Ben Tull advocated his trans-friendly policy in a previous interview, saying: ‘It is really important that a school is ready for anyone who walks in.

‘For children at primary level, the more we can do to non-stereotype them the better. We steer away from the binary model.’

Arbury tells its staff to encourage parents to think about legally changing their children’s name in guidance published on its website.

Transgender Trend is a parent-led campaign group concerned about the rising number of children being diagnosed as transgender

The guidelines, which are now being used by other primaries, detail what a school should do when a child wants to begin living as the opposite sex to the one they were born.

Entitled Supporting The Process Of Gender Transition In School – A Practical Guide, the document makes clear that trans children should not be prevented from living in their ‘preferred gender’.

It states: ‘The point at which a child indicates to others that they want to transition and begin living in their preferred gender should not be viewed by others as a problem to be solved.’

Staff are told that parents allowing their children to change gender ‘should be advised to consider changing their child’s name by deed poll’. But even without legal changes, the child’s name should be amended on the school’s computer records to the one they have chosen, the guide says. Children who have ‘transitioned’ should be allowed to use changing rooms that correspond with their gender preference.

To prepare the rest of the school for a child returning to class as a different gender from the one they were born, an assembly is held to explain the concept of being transgender. A publicly available script prepared by Mr Tull explains: ‘Some children are born in the body of a boy and know that inside, they are a girl. Some children are born in the body of a girl and know that they are a boy.’

Pupils are told that ‘we celebrate the fact we have a school full of so many different people’.

The policy at Arbury Primary in Cambridge states that it is 'illegal' to call someone 'he/she' or 'it' against their wishes

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Transgender people encouraged to become priests in Church of England diversity drive

Another Church bites the dust. Just more bullying from the queer community because they “have to” be “included”. As a person, they have gifts, yes, but their profane behavior is NOT a gift…..especially when that behavior is responsible for the death of hundreds a years from HIV/AIDS. They really need to get their craniums out of their rectal orifice. <Editoralteam>

Last year the Church of England's ruling body voted to provide special services for transgender people to mark their transition.

Transgender people are being encouraged to become Church of England vicars as bishops launch a diversity drive. 

Bishops in the diocese of Lichfield have issued new guidance to parishioners and clergy reminding them that LGBT people “can be called to roles of leadership and service in the local church”.

The guidance, titled “welcoming and honouring LGBT+ people”, warns that the church’s reputation as being unwelcoming towards gay and transgender people is stopping young people attending. 

“We very much hope that they, like everyone else, feel encouraged to serve on PCCs, or as churchwardens and worship leaders, for instance, and are supported in exploring vocations to licensed lay and ordained ministries,” the guidance says.

“Nobody should be told that their sexual or gender identity in itself makes them an unsuitable candidate for leadership in the Church.”

The group, led by diocesan bishop The Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave, also warn against “intrustive questioning about someone’s sexual practices or desires, or their experience of gender”, saying it is “almost always inappropriate”. 

Last year the Church’s general synod voted to call on the Government to ban so-called “conversion therapy”, which is aimed at helping gay people change their sexuality. 

It also voted to support the introduction of a new liturgy for transgender people, though bishops announced earlier this year that one was not needed, and that people in this circumstance could instead use the existing liturgy for affirmation of baptismal faith. 


The new guidance, which is signed by three other bishops within the diocese, warns clergy that they may not “tell or insinuate to people that sexual orientation or gender identity will be changed by faith or that homosexuality or gender difference is a sign of immaturity or a lack of faith”.

If they are approached by someone unhappy with their sexuality, they must “be alert to the power relations involved in such prayers and conversations, and the possibility of spiritual or emotional abuse,” the guidance says. 

 It adds: “As Archbishop Justin has made clear, the perception that the Church is homophobic and transphobic is harming our mission, especially to young people. 

“We need to challenge this perception by reaching out to LGBT+ people with the good news of God’s love, modelling God’s welcome and care for all people.”

At a glance | Why is the Anglican Church in crisis?

Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Anglican Communion Photo: OLI SCARFF

The roots of the rift between liberal and conservative wings can be traced back decades but the current crisis erupted in 2003 when the US branch of Anglicanism – The Episcopal Church (Tec) – ordained its first openly-gay bishop, Gene Robinson.

Conservative Anglicans believe this goes against the teaching the Bible but liberals say Christianity should be inclusive.

Several Anglican churches, particularly in Africa and Asia, have since broken ties with The Episcopal Church, as well as the Canadian branch of Anglicanism, over the issue of homosexuality.

A new, more conservative, breakaway church has also emerged in the US and Canada known as the Anglican Church of North America (Acna).

Matters came to a head in 2008 when many conservatives boycotted the Lambeth Conference, the once-on-a-decade global gathering of bishops, because Tec was present.There have been several initiatives intended to heal the rift since them, all of them largely ignored.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, now want to overhaul Anglicanism into as a loose confederation to enable disagreement with full schism.

Progressive groups within the church welcomed the move. OneBodyOneFaith, which works to promote LGBT inclusion, said the guidance was “encouraging”. 

The organisation’s chair of Trustees, Canon Peter Leonard, said: “It’s my hope that the work being undertaken by Lichfield diocese, and this clear statement, will send a very strong signal to LGBT+ people that they’re welcomed and valued on equal terms with our brothers and sisters.  


“And to those who seek to treat us as a problem, to harm and dismiss us and deny our gifts and callings – that their behaviour will no longer be tolerated.”  

The organisation added that it “understands that other dioceses are doing work along similar lines to Lichfield”. 

Last year the Church released new guidance about homophobic and transphobic bullying in its 4,700 schools. 

At the time the Archbishop of Canterbury said: “All bullying, including homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying causes profound damage, leading to higher levels of mental health disorders, self-harm, depression and suicide.

“Central to Christian theology is the truth that every single one of us is made in the image of God.”

Priests and bishops in the Church of England are allowed to enter civil partnerships, but not same-sex marriages. 

They are allowed to enter into same-sex relationships only on the understanding that they will remain celibate. 

Several gay priests have left the church in order to get married, while one, Jeremy Pemberton, lost a discrimination case after he was prevented from taking up a post as a hospital chaplain having married his male partner.

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“BDSM” the next LGBT push on society. Depraved, dangerous behaviors are now taking place at major hotels across America.

Another bizarre LGBT sub-culture is invading the public square.

Fueled by “sexual orientation gender identity” non-discrimination laws.

Worse than anything so far.

May 25, 2018

Online ad for the recent CLAW conference at the Westin Hotel in Cleveland.

What is the LGBT revolution really doing to America? How debased has society become? In particular, how have the LGBT movement’s successes in banning “discrimination” opened up the floodgates to previously unspeakable depravity? And how much is it actively supported by major corporations?

Many people thought that “transgenderism” was the LGBT movement’s last frontier. It doesn’t end there at all. Sexual sadomasochism appears to be the next perversion they’re attempting to normalize.

The report that follows will focus on a BDSM (homosexual sadomasochist) orgy event held during the last weekend in April 2018, at three upscale hotels in downtown Cleveland. But this is now happening in hundreds of hotels across the country. And the behavior is even being introduced to schoolchildren in LGBT programs.

The descriptions and photos surrounding this behavior and the event are so horrible, so sickening, that it’s taken us several weeks to figure out how to present it.

So we have two versions of our introductory article on this topic:

1.”General public” version: This article is by MassResistance researcher Amy Contrada. It appeared in American Thinker on May 18, 2018. This has some graphic content, but it is toned down:.What Has Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Wrought?

2. Version including very graphic content: WARNING: Very disturbing descriptions and photos.This article includes material about this event that was available to the public (websites, social media, etc). but it is NOT for the weak of heart: Introduction: “BDSM” the next LGBT push on society.

Unfortunately, like “transgenderism” was a decade or so ago, it is something that will be in everyone’s faces before you know it.

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