A Drunken ‘Gay Sex Attack’ Near Prince Harry?

Gaysexattack

An alleged sexual assault by a group of soldiers on another soldier is being positioned by the UK's conservative tabloid Daily Mail as a "gay sex attack", implying that Prince Harry was threatened and nearby even though the attack took place while Harry was off the base and not even close to his quarters.

Neither the motivations or the sexuality of those involved has been reported.

Comments

  1. Michael says

    The conservative newspaper will meanwhile neglect to inform the readers the rapists were heterosexual.

    I’m not sure of their orientation but most “gay” rape is done by heterosexual men.

  2. Jack says

    Check the date on the article, dudes . . .

    If it IS an April Fool’s prank, it’s the lamest one I’ve seen. There’s nothing funny about rape.

  3. Steerpike says

    Just more brutal heterosexual hazing being portrayed as ‘gay’ activity. A few beers and no women and most of these ‘heterosexuals’ can be found dry-humping each other and trying to grab each others’ cocks. Brits in particular.

  4. terry says

    Most of Britain’s officer corp went to exclusive schools where buggering younger, weaker students, especially those perceived as poofs, is an unspoken of, and completely acceptable, part of school life. This story doesn’t surprise me at all

  5. ratbastard says

    @ candideinnc,

    Yeah, because some gay men and women are brutal and sexually aggressive. Some are even sadistic serial killers who get off on being brutality.

  6. ratbastard says

    He is a kinda hot ginger. But it’s still ridiculous in this day and age, in my opinion, for a modern, democratic nation and society to have ‘royals’, princes, queens, kings, and an hereditary, unelected head of state [who also happens to be the official head of the official state sponsored religion BTW.]

  7. Neil says

    @Jack, it’s a bit complicated. Members of the Royal Family usually go by their titles if they have them, but they don’t usually get a title until they get married. A not-very-clear 1960 proclamation seemed to say that descendents of Queen Elizabeth should use the surname Mountbatten-Windsor if they don’t have a title, and Harry has supposedly done so at some point in the past, but…

    His father is the Prince of Wales and his mother was the Princess of Wales and his formal title is Prince Henry [or Harry] of Wales. He and his brother have used “Wales” as a surname since they started school. Their cousins, whose father is the Duke of York, use York as a surname, and their uncle, The Earl of Wessex uses Wessex as a surname. He used Windsor before he got the title of Earl of Wessex.

    By the way, I think he’s awfully cute, too.

  8. Freddie says

    @Ratbastard.

    More or less absurd than the most ‘democratic’, ‘free’ nation on earth having its unelected Supreme Court anoint a man President who lost the election by over 500,000 votes?

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