Biased BBC, as ever, puts the coverage of gay people into perfect context:
Is there anybody out there who thinks the gay lobby may already be pandered to excessively and if so, why are they not provided with a voice?
Well put, David Vance. And you're just the man to give those anti-panderers a megaphone.
People like Hugh Oxford, whose motto - In A Mad World, The Sane Are On The Outside - sums up the ésprit de B-BBC perfectly. Hugh, signing in as an anonymous Guest, asks the question all of Vanceland is asking: Why aren't the BBC making happy with the suicide of Matt Lucas's ex?
Whilst the BBC where happy to wax lyrical about Matt Lucas' "marriage" to his boyfriend,
Yeah but, no but, Hugh...
BBC search for Matt Lucas/wedding: One news story. And one set of photos, though it's mainly the celebrity guests arriving. There are two about their separation (though that's hardly waxing lyrical).
they're less keen to advertise the fact that said "husband" has killed himself.
Apart from this:
Little Britain star Matt Lucas has pulled out of his lead role in a London play after the death of his former partner Kevin McGee. McGee, 32, was found hanged at his Edinburgh flat after police broke in on Monday, the Sun newspaper reported.
When you point out on liberal fora that gay rights has only corresponded to greater problems for homosexuals,
Take away their rights, they'd be much happier. And people with fewer rights are much less likely to kill themselves.
you are rapidly censored.
It's like Stalinism. Gone mad. And a bit pink.