Lesbians are erased at Pride, while ‘puppy’ fetishists are welcomed
Last Saturday, I took part in a public demonstration at Lancaster Pride alongside members of ReSisters United. On the steps of the Town Hall, our protest against ‘transactivism’ and lesbian erasure was submerged beneath a furious flurry of ‘trans’ pride flags – proving our point that lesbians are not being listened to. The counter-protesters were mainly young teenagers – but cross-dressing men stood at the sidelines, having told them what to chant. As usual, children are used to promote men’s sexual ‘rights’ while adult males pull the strings. The manager of Lancaster Pride, Robert Mee, made it very clear that lesbians were not welcome, telling us to “fuck off, you fucking dogs.”
On the opposite side of the square, a tent was set up by a group called Dog House Stoke – allegedly not for “fucking dogs”, but for ‘puppy play’. This group, based in Stoke-On-Trent, organises events based around their sexual fetish – dressing up as ‘puppies’ (not adult dogs), with rubber outfits, ‘puppy’ masks, collars and chain leads. It is a form of BDSM incorporating elements of bestiality and paedophilia (sexual interest in ‘puppies’ rather than adults). We had passed the tent earlier on our way towards the Town Hall. We were all shocked and disturbed by what we saw.
Sexual fetish ‘ puppy play pen’ used as ad-hoc children’s crèche
I didn’t get a close look inside the tent at the time, but when I got home afterwards I saw this photo taken by @NastySmurfette of the Lancashire ReSisters:
The image shows children playing with the men in their fetish gear. The tent is brightly coloured and has a ball pit and toys – it looks like a children’s play area. But this is deceptive. The children play innocently – one stroking a (real) dog, one carrying a plastic ball from the ball pit. It is heartbreaking to see them embroiled in these men’s sexual ‘play’. Where are their parents? Did they believe the men were just in fancy dress, not realising that the ‘puppy’ outfits are worn specifically for sexual excitement? Or do they think it is ‘progressive’ to let their children play with sexual fetishists?
@NastySmurfette reports that some of the Lancashire ReSisters witnessed the men encouraging a child to try on a ‘puppy’ fetish mask. A ReSister approached the men and told them she thought it was inappropriate. One of them replied, “Well, their parents don’t seem to mind”.
This is a safeguarding scandal. @NastySmurfette posted about this on Twitter, expressing her concern regarding the welfare of children at Lancaster Pride.
Dog House Stoke and other ‘pup’ fetishists gave a contradictory response – they agreed that their ‘puppy’ fetish is sexual and not for children – however, they seem to think it is OK that they allowed children to play in their tent on this occasion.
Dog House is run by Mr Puppy UK 2019 – the man on the right in the first photo. He is also the Chair of Stoke Pride – which explains why the logo for Stoke Pride 2019 was a dog. They have attended numerous Pride festivals during 2018 and 2019. Last September they attended Reading Pride. Amongst the photos is one of a man in a collar licking another man’s crotch. The ‘play pen’ is clearly the exact same set-up as at Lancaster Pride. Here it is used for their sex ‘play’. How is it OK for the same equipment to then be used as a childrens’ crèche on an ad-hoc basis?
Dog House also host a monthly event for ‘pups’ to meet at the nightclub Gossip Stoke, also ran by Mr Puppy UK 2019. Images on their website once again show the same toys at use. Their FAQ says that the events are 18+ “due to the venue” (interesting that this is the reason given, rather than due to the sexual nature of the event). The dress code advises against “plug in tails” (i.e. fake tails inserted into the anus) but does not ban them completely.
There has been speculation that the man on the left of the photo with the children has an erection. This certainly seems possible. Regardless, a scan of his social media makes it evident that he is a highly unsuitable babysitter. His Twitter feed is a barrage of pornographic content – mainly men in ‘puppy’ fetish gear, including some with those “plug in tails” that Dog House advise against (but do not ban) wearing in their ball pit. On his public Facebook page, he often shares videos of dogs. One clip shows a group of Rottweilers waiting for “permission” to eat – what would otherwise be a cute clip becomes disturbing in the context of this man’s sexual interests. In 2014, he posted a photo of himself brandishing a knife. In 2012, he ‘liked’ a video that claims to feature a woman being raped to death by a horse – perhaps this was the start of his interest in bestiality. More recently, in December 2018, he shared a video that appears to show an illegal dog fight, captioned “dog mosh pit”. I have seen more than enough to convince me that this man should not be allowed near children or dogs.
NSPCC Safeguarding Scandal
The situation at Lancaster Pride ties in with the recent NSPCC safeguarding scandal.
Earlier this month, the UK’s leading children’s charity, NSPCC, came under fire on social media, where it was exposed that employee James Makings had filmed himself masturbating in the company’s office toilets – he subsequently uploaded the footage to a pornography website. The video is entitled, “Cub pisses and wanks in rubber” and is accompanied by the description: “Wearing my rubber under my clothes to work, decided to film myself pissing in it, then had a quick wank…no cum.”
Shockingly, none of this has been covered by malestream media. Use of the word ‘cub’ (i.e. a young animal) is similar to ‘pup’, and once again implies an element of paedophilia. But criticism of his behavior is castigated as ‘homophobic’. As Jo Bartosch concludes, “what is most fascinating about this case is how acceptable it has become to perform fetishes in public, and how male sexual behaviour that clearly over-steps the bounds of acceptability, is ignored for fear of accusations of ‘phobia.’”
These incidents demonstrate how children are being put at risk, due to fear of being deemed ‘transphobic’ or ‘homophobic’ for questioning men’s sexual behaviour.
In recent times there has been an increase in children’s participation in ‘LGBT’ Pride festivals– partially due to the invention of the ‘transgender’ child. Alongside this is an increase in the inclusion of extreme BDSM and sexual fetishes, even those that blatantly invoke paedophila (‘puppy play’). This is a recipe for abusive situations to arise – yet when the do, they are swept under the carpet by malestream media – they don’t want to risk accusations of ‘hate’.
Several members of the Lancashire ReSisters reported the situation at Lancaster Pride to the police. Let’s hope they investigate.