The latest addition to the British royal family is just one day old, but the British public wants the baby to know that if he grows up to be gay or bisexual, that’s just fine by them. A poll conducted by the gay rights group Stonewall has found that 83% of those asked would be fine or just don’t care if the newborn Prince of Cambridge grows up to be gay or bisexual. Following on the heels of last week’s approval of marriage equality in England and Wales, it may be too much to ask for a gay prince. Still, it’s a tabloid dream, to say the least. The baby, the son of Prince William and his wife, the former Kate Middleton, is third in line to the throne.
And a gay royal would hardly be without precedent. A few years back, the tabloids were abuzz with a blackmail plot involving allegations that a royal family member had gay sex trysts. (The victim was never named.) Plus there’s the long line of British monarchs who seemed to like a bit of same-sex slap-and-tickle. So if the yet-to-be-named prince turns out to want to marry another prince, he can always see he’s just another royal tradition.
How about we hope he grows up to be a good human being.
The baby is one day old why would anyone think of something so stupid as this?!!!
@2eo trouble is you DO give a f##k. If you didn’t, you and your oh-so predictably miserable wouldn’t ALWAYS post about how much you didn’t give a f##k whenever royal stories make the news.
I know, when you don’t give a f##k, maybe prove you don’t give that f##k by not posting how about how much you don’t give a f##k.
Of course, that should be “miserable c#nts”.
@Sohobod: Bless, isn’t the heil having a jack off party about banning of dissention?
Can’t you just post there forever.
He would not be the first gay monarch .
@2eo no idea what that last post of yours was supposed to mean. I guess you’ve been drinking a toast to the baby – oh no, you don’t give a fu-ck. You so very don’t give a fu-k that you’re constantly saying how much you don’t give a fu-k.
Only if he is hot like his uncle.
Can you imagine if he turns to be obsessed with the of his late grandmother Di?
Ah, let’s be light for once; the dramatic outrage is such a burden sometimes…
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