Merry Christmas You Cunts. — 7 Comments

  1. You know, I traveled almost 1400 miles jus to be with my brother and the rest of the family during the holidays, even though they’re females. But my brother makes up for it all. I could comment a lot, but I have better things to do. If you feel lonely, you know my email. Merry Christmas and a happy new year, TGO. I wish you to have all the valleyball girls you want.

    I’m already too drunk, merry Christma, man

  2. Merry Jeebus-birth, people.

    For our Christmas reading today, we’ve had the overture to STO0694 where TGOH explains how the women west of the Mississippi came to be such unbearable harridans and how the men came to be such cucks. Perhaps the single funniest and most inspired bit ever.

  3. Referring back to STO0727, from today’s Times (of London).

    Believe it or not, when I tried to paste the full text into Pastebin, it threw a warning about offensive content.

    So here it is:

    LGBT Youth Scotland refers itself to police over historical grooming claims

    A leading Scottish youth charity for gay and trans people has referred itself to police over historical allegations linking it to child grooming and sexual exploitation.

    LGBT Youth Scotland said it had called Police Scotland over “new allegations” and had committed itself to fully supporting the police probe.

    Two men who had previously accessed the charity’s services as minors said they had been exploited and abused more than a decade ago.

    Sam Cowie, a university student from Glasgow, told Reduxx, the “pro-woman, pro-child safeguarding” online magazine, that he had been given cigarettes, alcohol and a fake ID by charity staff, who took him to gay nightclubs.

    Cowie first became involved with the charity in 2010 at 15 years old, while he was in foster care. He cut ties with the organisation two years later.

    He said that he had felt positively towards the “friendly and nurturing” staff, but now believes he was groomed by older men. He has said that a staff member “made me show him my torso in the bathroom” and that going to these nightclubs had led to him being exposed to older men who offered money for sex.

    A second man also made allegations involving the charity. He first contacted the charity aged 13 or 14 years old, asking for support as a gay teenager in Edinburgh. He claimed that LGBT Youth Scotland had been “more like a social network to connect older men with teenagers”.

    Last year LGBT Youth Scotland, which works with 13 to 25-year-olds, received almost £400,000 in taxpayers’ cash from the Scottish government and more than £250,000 from councils.

    It was one of more than 50 organisations that last week signed an open letter calling for parliamentarians to back the Scottish government’s controversial gender reforms.

    In 2009 James Rennie, the former chief executive of LGBT Youth Scotland, was convicted of being a ringleader of Scotland’s biggest paedophile network.

    Rennie was initially ordered to serve 13 years in prison but his minimum sentence was reduced after an appeal to eight and a half years in 2011. The charity said that the police investigation had found that none of Rennie’s crimes were linked to the charity, its staff or young people.

    “LGBT Youth Scotland are aware of allegations of historic exploitation from individuals who used our services in the past,” it said in a statement to The Daily Telegraph.

    “LGBT Youth Scotland takes any complaints and allegations seriously and we have reported these allegations to Police Scotland and will support them fully with any investigation.

    “As a charity dedicated to the health and wellbeing of young people, we support and encourage anyone to speak out about, and report, abuse.”

    A Police Scotland spokesman said: “We have received a report and inquiries are ongoing into the allegations.”

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