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01/14/2013

Right Said Fred versus Wrong-Sayer Scott

by Jeremy Hooper

Richard Fairbrass has told the world that he is too sexy for his shirt. Scott Lively has told the world that gays are too nasty for, well, just about anything. This week, they will apparently both do a little turn on the cat walk, debating each other at the prestigious Oxford Union:

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[Oxford Union]
(via Melanie Nathan)

But first, a performance of the seven-hour-long (if performed in full) Angels In America? Is it just me, or is this the weirdest night of LGBT-ness imaginable?!

Oh, and also—Scott "gays are like intravenous drug users" Lively?! Really, Oxford? Really?! The whole crimes against a humanity trial is now a selling point?

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