The views Dr. Gabb expresses in this piece are essentially the same as my own. I could have written this piece, almost word for word.-KP
By Dr. Sean Gabb
On the 6th June 2015, the organisers of the Gay Pride March in London announced that they had rejected an application from the UK Independence Party to take part. They had given in to a petition which called UKIP “inherently homophobic, transphobic, xenophobic, racist and misogynistic.”
Before making my statement on this ban, I will say the following:
1. I am not, nor ever have been a member of UKIP, and I voted Conservative in last month’s general election.
2. I started denouncing the laws against all-male sex in the 1970s – that is, before many of our leading “gay rights” activists had started filling their nappies. Some of these denunciations were in writing, and enough of them survive and can be found on my website to show that I am telling the truth. I will add that saying what I said as a schoolboy and as a young man could get more than funny looks. It never did in my case, but there was always a risk, and I took that risk.