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Sonntag, November 09, 2003
The Pink Prince?
Here in Germany, we associate the Colour Pink (Rosa) with Gays. I have no idea if it's the same in other Countries and languages, but here, just Babies and Gays come in the averages mind when he's ask to talk about Rosa/Pink.
Over at Eschaton I read that the New York Times hand an article online (for about 20 minutes) where it was claimed that Prince Charles is Gay; it's also reported about at the Drudge Report and some other Blogs.
Even when I think this is bullshit, he might be bi-sexual, but I can't imagine someone who is purely gay saying things to his girlfriend like he did (remember this tampon-thing?) or even care with whom he lives together (why couldn't he have stayed with Diana then?)
But well, besides Queen Elisabeth II and some Gay-Groups - who cares?
He'll never be king of the UK and he'll never have a happy life at all, so who should care with whom he shares his sexual desires, as long the whole thing is consentual and among adults?
But there, there is the twist coming in. There was this scandal some time ago where it was about sexual abuse of one of the men working fro Charles and some of his close servants was accused. And now - the New York Times killing a report because of the English laws?
Fascinating (I'm practicing on that eyebrow-move yet).