Shannon Power works for the homosexual webpage, Star Observer. She says she has been a member of the LGBTI community for over 15 years.
And a few days ago she wrote this:
…this sort of stuff happens all the time to girls (and I’m sure guys) in gay clubs.
I have been groped, touched and accosted so many times over the years, that I almost expect it to happen every time I go out.
What a lot of guys say to me after they’ve groped me is: “It’s OK babe, I’m gay!”.
Shannon’s story was about her experience at the Star Observer’s Christmas party, held a a gay club in Oxford Street. It generated an admission from others that this type of behaviour is extremely common:
— Matthew Wade (@MatthewRWade) August 25, 2016
And the reaction she received as a result of her article prompted her to write a second one, stating:
I knew my column would create discussion, but I did not expect the onslaught of attacks that would come my way. To no one’s surprise many comments were sexist, aggressive, victim blaming and completely missed the point.
I don’t think anyone can be surprised by this at all. After all, she is part of a community that believes its purpose is to break all sexual boundaries. What it actually results in is contempt. An institutionalised culture of sexual abuse.
And it’s a common story across the entire homosexual community. Even DEFGLIS, the political/military homosexual lobby group, has a webpage devoted to addressing this issue of sexual violence. It even advises DEFGLIS members to use a ‘red card‘ system to ward off unwanted predatory behaviour.
The rainbow and the hearts are a deceitful facade. Underneath it lies a very dark and troubled community.
And this community is demanding that we change our laws on marriage as a sign of respect and to accommodate its perverse view of the world.