Friday, 27 August 2010

More evidence for "Doth Protest Too Much"

Crispin Blunt speaking in 1997 on the debate of lowering the age of consent for homosexuals:-
While I accept that, in law, we should tolerate people's choices to follow a homosexual life style and practice, I maintain that those are not equivalent to heterosexuality—nor should we pretend that they are.
Easier to spot than a moustachio'd bloke dressed in a leather cap walking down Canal Street whistling I Am What I Am.

Because I can't see why any straight man would have a problem with a gay man. Yes, the whole idea of male sodomy makes me feel quite queasy, but no-one's forcing me to be a participant. And the benefits of a man coming out is that there's more totty for the rest of us.

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