This is 2009, isn’t it? When we’re all tolerant and homosexuality is acceptable? Thought so.
Except, it seems, at the Daily Mail, where Jan Moir has, in this article (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1220756/Why-natural-Stephen-Gatelys-death.html), more than implied that Stephen Gateley’s death was the result of his homosexuality. Here is her conclusion (which I can barely bring myself to copy-and-paste):
"It is important that the truth comes out about the exact circumstances of his strange and lonely death.
As a gay rights champion, I am sure he would want to set an example to any impressionable young men who may want to emulate what they might see as his glamorous routine.
For once again, under the carapace of glittering, hedonistic celebrity, the ooze of a very different and more dangerous lifestyle has seeped out for all to see.”
"The ooze of a very different and more dangerous lifestyle" - which is being gay, right? So, heterosexual people never go clubbing and drinking? And heterosexual people never bring someone back with them after a night out? No, argues Jan Moir - it’s only gay people. And, if you are an impressionable young man who is gay, or thinking of being gay, you will die - so Jan Moir thinks anyway.
How is it possible for someone to even think this, let alone publish it?
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