Cures For Queers? Jellyfish Quivers, Then Cowers!

Under a bus?

The government now says it will ban so-called conversion therapy for gay or bisexual people in England and Wales – but not for transgender people.

It comes hours after it had said it would drop plans for the ban entirely.

If only!


…a conversion therapy survivor and chair of the #BanConversionTherapy coalition, accused Boris Johnson of throwing LGBT people under a bus, adding it was “utterly ludicrous” that transgender people were not included in the ban.

The fact that Jellyfish has no backbone is hardly news, but Johnson’s cowardice is not what’s remarkable here.

It’s the rancid bias engrained in UK Pravda’s reporting….



…that reference to a ‘survivor,’ a word normal people currently apply to a Ukrainian staggering out of a bombed apartment block..



…but which the BBC thinks appropriate to a maladjust that got help to cure itself of its aberrant proclivities but hadn’t enough will-power for that help to take effect.

But let’s not let Bojo off the hook…


…the fake-‘conservative’  – who we know chose to surround himself with gaystapo sympathisers…

True Colours? Jellyfish Crawls To The Coven! 

Jellyfish Trapped In A Fairy Circle?

…and the gaystapo lobby quickly made it clear he”d better toe the line.

The initial announcement that ministers planned to shelve a ban was criticised, with the LGBT charity Stonewall calling the news “devastating”.

Nor was it only strident fanatics outside his party!


LGBT+ Conservatives, which is affiliated to the party, said it was “shocked and disappointed” and that they would write to the prime minister.

Who the Hell let that lot ‘affiliate to the party?’



Cameron, who ditched his principles?

Or was it…

Tory Purge – Theresa May Dances To Gaystapo Tune!  

May Extols ‘Gay’ Agenda – Now Her Fans Back Polygamy! 

…Theresa May, who may never have had any?

But there are voices still raised for decency in Britain.

Simon Calvert, deputy director at The Christian Institute, said it was “disappointing” that after the government made the “sensible” initial conclusion to drop the ban, it had now “caved in to people who see this law as a way of punishing evangelicals for their beliefs about sexuality”.

He had earlier welcomed the news the ban would be dropped, arguing it could breach the European Convention on Human Rights and impinge on religious rights.

Mr  Calvert is no doubt a good man, but I fear his hopes for a British redemption via the Soros Court are sadly misplaced.


The only way Britannia can be cured of the affliction of decadence is by Brits taking back control from the decadents…



…of whom Johnson is an outstanding example.