San Francisco encourages return of gay ‘sex clubs’ to help economy after COVID


Featured Imageclerk reading out the wording of the proposed ordinance could not stop herself from giggling as she read about the new requirement to stop monitoring patrons' sexual activities.


Tue Aug 4, 2020 - 8:10 pm EST


August 4, 2020 (American Thinker) — On July 21, by unanimous vote, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed an ordinance to amend the city's existing health code to do away with two rules for sex clubs. These rules were put in place in 1984, at the height of the AIDS crisis. One was a requirement that the clubs could no longer have private rooms or locked doors in areas reserved for sex. The other was that management had to monitor sexual activity. The ostensible reason, believe it or not, was to help San Francisco's economy. 

The meeting at which the supervisors voted is available online. It's notable for the fact that the clerk reading out the wording of the proposed ordinance could not stop herself from giggling as she read about the new requirement to stop monitoring patrons' sexual activities. The new ordinance was passed without discussion.

The proposed ordinance itself gives a little of the history behind the vote. The 1984 limitations on bathhouse conduct (i.e., no locked doors, supervised sex) meant that most bathhouses closed. New public health rules in 1997 put similar restrictions on all commercial sex clubs and sex parties. However, thanks to modern medicine, HIV is less transmittable and more treatable. (It is still transmittable and incurable, of course.)

READ MORE:  https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/san-francisco-encourages-return-of-gay-sex-clubs-to-help-economy-after-covid

Print Email Hits: 162

SHAME on Netflix for Pushing Pro-Trans “Queer-Friendly” Series for Kids. Sign Your Protest.

This time the video streaming giant Netflix ordered a new animated series for kids called DeadEndia, which is known for its “LGBT storylines.”

According to Entertainment WeeklyDeadEndia is “queer-friendly” and features:

“… a barrage of supernatural forces—including demonic game show hosts and sleep-sucking witches. Courtney, a thousand-year-old demon, becomes their guide to the underworld multiplane.” (Entertainment Weekly, July 2, 2020)

One of the main characters is a transgender teenager – Barney.

The creator of the horror-comedy, Hamish Steele, explained DeadEndia in these terms: “I’ve always dreamed of making the show I needed as a lonely, horror-obsessed closeted gay kid…”

If we don’t speak up, who will?

  • Sign your peaceful protest today. 
  • Share this page with your friends. 
  • Fight the good fight.

Sign This Petition  This link:   https://tfpstudentaction.org/petitions/protest-netflix-kid-series-deadendia

Print Email Hits: 308

Viral video captures vicious mob brutally beating couple at airport while security stands by filming

A disturbing video is making the rounds on social media featuring a mob of black women pummeling a white couple in an unidentified airport.


What are the details?

Shocking video shows a young white couple in an altercation with several black women at an airport.

It is not clear at the time of this writing what initially started the argument, but the white woman can be seen backhanding a black woman after the black woman rushes her to shout at her and her boyfriend.

At that point, all hell breaks loose and a horde of black women end up piling on top of the white woman and her boyfriend, relentlessly throwing fists, elbows, and feet.

Later on, two people who appear to be airport security guards can be seen watching the incident with mild interest. One of them has their phone out and appears to be recording the melee.

Read more https://www.theblaze.com/news/mob-airport-beating

Print Email Hits: 372

Priest accused of embezzling church money to pay male prostitute found dead

At the time of his death, Fr. Peter Miqueli was reportedly the subject of a canonical investigation recommending laicization

WARNING: The following story contains disgusting content.

BRICK, New Jersey, July 14, 2020 — A New York City priest who resigned in 2016 after parishioners filed a lawsuit charging that he had embezzled almost $1 million to pay for narcotics and the services of a male prostitute was found dead on July 9 in his New Jersey home.


Featured Image

WARNING: The following story contains disgusting content.

BRICK, New Jersey, July 14, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — A New York City priest who resigned in 2016 after parishioners filed a lawsuit charging that he had embezzled almost $1 million to pay for narcotics and the services of a male prostitute was found dead on July 9 in his New Jersey home.

At the time of his death, Fr. Peter Miqueli, 57, who was suspended last year by New York’s Cardinal Timothy Dolan, was reportedly the subject of a canonical investigation recommending laicization. 

In 2015, several of Miqueli’s former parishioners at St. Frances de Chantal filed a lawsuit against him and Cardinal Dolan. Seeking to “rectify a decade-long million dollar embezzlement scheme” by Miqueli, the lawsuit charged that he had used his position “as a man of God” to misappropriate and divert to his own use hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations from parishioners at St. Frances de Chantal and a parish on Roosevelt Island. The lawsuit charged that he had used the money to buy the house in New Jersey, for foreign travel, for narcotics, and for “weekly services of his ‘sex master’ Keith Crist.”

Among the more sordid allegations found in the lawsuit were that Miqueli had engaged in sado-masochistic behavior with Crist, who would “force Father Maqueli to drink Keith Crist’s urine.”

Also party to the lawsuit was Cardinal Dolan, who it claimed had failed to stop “Miqueli’s scheme.” It said, “This lawsuit seeks to finally put an end to this truly sinful conduct so that the St. Frances De Chantal Parish can regain the strength, spirituality, and faith it once had before Father Miqueli arrived.” Parishioners established a website in 2014 to voice their concerns about Miqueli and demand his resignation.

According to a letter to St. Frances of Chantal parish from Bishop Gerald T. Walsh, the Bronx District Attorney’s Office completed an investigation of finances at the parish. The probe determined, according to the letter, that “$22,450.89 of personal expenses were improperly obtained” and “outside of Archdiocesan policies and procedures.” Indicating that these were Miqueli’s personal expenses, the letter called for the money to be repaid.

The tone of a memo to priests issued by Vicar General Msgr. Joseph LaMorte directing clergy to include Miqueli in prayers for the faithful caused anger among various New York clergy, “put off by what appears to be ‘kid glove’ treatment of a priest who brought great scandal and disgrace to the priesthood, and who was in the process of laicization,” according to Church Militant (CM).

Although the Ocean County Medical Examiner’s office had scheduled an autopsy on the deceased priest’s body, no statement describing the manner of his death had been issued at press time.

Some priests of the archdiocese “suspect foul play, as it is believed Miqueli was preparing to reveal damaging information about archdiocesan corruption and cover-up related to the homosexual network, and was silenced before he could do so,” according to CM.

At the time of his death, no criminal charges had been brought against Miqueli and the status of the 2015 lawsuit remained unclear.

Print Email Hits: 381

Trumps first 100 days

ELIZA RELMAN Jul 1st 2020 2:19PM

President Donald Trump escalated his attacks on the Black Lives Matter movement on Wednesday, calling the national movement for racial justice "a symbol of hate" in a series of tweets.

The president slammed New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio following the city's decision to move $1 billion of the police department's $6 billion annual operating budget to the Department of Education and other social service agencies.

And Trump condemned plans to paint "Black Lives Matter" on the street outside Trump Tower, which sits on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue. He called the ritzy avenue, which is lined with designer stores and luxury hotels, "New York's greatest stree " and argued that the move "will further antagonize" law enforcement, "who LOVE New New

New York City is facing a $9 billion budget deficit, a result of the economy's near-halt during the pandemic.


This comes after Washington, DC Mayor Mueriel Bowser had "Black Lives Matter" painted in yellow block letters large enough to fill 16th street, which leads to the White House, and renamed the portion of the road "Black Lives Matter Plaza."

Trump has taken an aggressive posture towards the anti-racism movement and nationwide protests in the wake of George Floyd's killing by Minneapolis police. Last week, he accused Hawk Newsome, president of the Greater New York Black Lives Matter, of committing treason by threatening to "burn down this system and replace it" to achieve the group's goals.

"Black Lives Matter leader states, 'If U.S. doesn't give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it.' This is Treason, Sedition, Insurrection!" Trump tweeted.

Vice President Mike Pence recently said he doesn't support the Black Lives Matter movement because its leaders are pushing a "radical left agenda, including calling to defund police departments and reallocate taxpayer money to social services.

"What I see in the leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement is a political agenda of the radical left that would defund the police, that would tear down monuments, that would press a radical left agenda, and support calls for the kind of violence that has beset the very communities that they say they're advocating for," Pence said in a Sunday interview with CBS News' "Face the Nation."

A large majority of Americans support the Black Lives Matter protests against police brutality and racism, according to recent polls. And a January poll found more than 80% of Black Americans believe Trump is a racist.


Print Email Hits: 468

More Articles ...