The gay rights group Outrage described the comments as “Neanderthal”. Outrage spokesman David Allison said: “It’s the kind of remark you might expect from a drunk on a Saturday night, not someone in a supposedly responsible position.” http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/7655585.stm
Protest against the anti-gay and anti-women Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (Foca), a newly formed network for millions of Anglicans angered by the rise of liberal theology. © OutRage! 1990-2010. You are free to use this photo to illustrate news stories and articles about OutRage!, the lesbian and gay human rights group, with credit to the … Anglican Homophobia Protest
OutRage! – the UK gay rights organisation – said it would be “entirely justified” to out any unionist politician in the wake of remarks by DUP MP Iris Robinson. David Allison, a spokesperson for OutRage!, condemned the DUP for its “Bible-belt politics” when it came to gay issues. “We have always supported the protection of … Guardian: Gay men urged to out DUP members after MP’s ‘abomination’ remark
[flickr_set id=”72157604215757814″] London, 22 March 2008 – More than 100 protesters gathered in Whitehall opposite Downing Street in support of Mehdi Kazemi’s asylum appeal. Mr Kazemi, a gay man, is threatened with deportation to Iran where LGBT people risk torture and execution. © OutRage! 1990-2010. You are free to use this photo to illustrate news … Support Mehdi Kazemi protest
Sex abuse allegations – where’s the evidence? Mehdi Kazemi’s boyfriend defamed LONDON, 13 March 2008 – George Galloway MP is accused of mouthing “the propaganda of the Iranian dictatorship” after he claimed on the Channel 5 TV talk show The Wright Stuff this morning that the boyfriend of gay asylum seeker Mehdi Kazemi was executed … Galloway’s Iranian Propaganda? Anti-gay?
George Galloway MP repeats the slander that gay Iranians are executed for “committing sex crimes againts young men” not because they’re gay – on the Matthew Wright show, 13 March 2008. Galloway digs in even deeper, now claiming that gay people can “meet for trysts” openly in the centre of Tehran. (C5, Wright Stuff, 14 … George Galloway: Propagandist for Iranian regime
Activists Arsham Parsi and Peter Tatchell explain the life-threatening situation for lesbian and gay people in Iran, during the BBC News (12 March 2008) item on gay asylum seeker, Mehdi Kazemi.
Peter Tatchell talks to Martin Bright about Ken Livingstone’s embracing of homophobic cleric, Yusuf al-Qaradawi. Our dossier refuting Ken Livingstone’s claims can be read here: