September 23, 2019
Imagine living in a society where this thing is allowed to walk the streets
Will Shlomo manage to completely faggotize the Moslems?
Probably not, but this is still funny.
British Muslims are launching their first ever pride festival at a time when the community is ‘under attack more than ever’.
The festival hopes to celebrate what it means to be LGTBQI and Muslim and how they do ‘not have to choose’ between both identities.
LGBTQI charity Imaan is putting on the event to mark the 20 years it’s spent supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans Muslims.
The show of solidarity follows ongoing anti-LGBT education protests outside primary schools in Birmingham.
They’re referring to the Moslems protesting the schools teaching buttsex to their spawn.
Speaking of gay shit, did you guys know MTV still exists?
I was just browsing JewTube looking for vids to add to the article, and I found this.
I thought that thing disappeared years ago.
Some Muslim parents expressed outrage at relationship and sex education (RSE) being taught as part of the national Equality Act.
Several parents launched a campaign against the educational materials, claiming it is an affront to their religious beliefs, specifically targeting the ‘No Outsiders’ programme and its creator Andrew Moffat.
Lesbian campaigner Anjum Mauj said the ‘furore’ over RSE is bringing out more homophobia in the Muslim community.
She told Metro.co.uk: ‘Homophobes are being emboldened by lack of leadership anywhere so Imaan is stepping into that position.
Actually, most raghead parents were against it, not just some.
Most White parents are probably against it too, but they have to shut up about it since meanspeaking while White is literally the only thing you can get arrested for in Britain.
‘The current political climate, together with Brexit, migrant crisis, Boris, and Trump has emboldened Islamophobes too.
‘As LGBTQI Muslims we are caught in the middle.
I thought you freaks liked that kind of thing?
‘On the occasion of our 20th anniversary it’s a very apt time to celebrate with a LGBTQI Muslim festival and celebrate our unique identities and bring some joy into the world.’
Anjum, who is a trustee at Imaan, said it’s absolutely vital to have an LGTBQI voice for Muslims.
She said: ‘We have thousands of members at Imaan and many of them are not able to come out.
How about you try coming out in the shitholes that you crawled out of, instead of in Britain?
There’s no “Islamophobia” there.
‘When I was growing, we were just not having conversations about sex and relationships.
‘So to then talk about sexual orientation or something else was hugely problematic.
‘I was out to my family from a very young age and when I made the decision to get married to my partner, my mother was very upset about it.
‘She didn’t want to tell the rest of her Muslim community. And she still is in that zone of “what will the community say?”
‘I’ve grown up in a really loving and vibrant and inclusive community so it’s very painful to feel that I need to hide part of myself.’
Nothing to reconcile.