There’s so many stereotypes in this story

A celebrity barrister has admitted supplying party drugs that killed his teenage boyfriend during a gay sex and drugs orgy.
Henry Hendron, 35, bought £1,000 of designer drugs from BBC producer Alexander Parkin, 41, to sell on to revellers for a ‘chemsex’ party at his flat at his legal chambers.
The drugs killed Hendron’s waiter boyfriend Miguel Jimenez, 18.

Two day poppers and drugs sex party, gay couple, successful bloke with twink (who, for completeness, was a waiter).

If you put that in a film script these days you’d be accused of homophobia.

12 thoughts on “There’s so many stereotypes in this story”

  1. BBC producer as drug pusher, a stereotype

    What a sheltered life I’ve led, not to have seen it before.

  2. Well now they can make the film, as it’s based on a true story. Might be a tad insensitive for the deceased’s relatives though.

  3. Hadn’t thought of that, Julia – good point.

    Incidentally, his Chambers isn’t “at” his flat, though both are in the Temple.

  4. So Much For Subtlety

    It is unusual to agree with Rusty. I was expecting him to accuse me of racism for pointing out the Latin Pool Boy.

    What is it with Leftist Gays and Brazilians by the way? They seem the Latin de jour at any rate. This one sounds like a Spanish speaker though.

  5. More stereotypes:

    As a 17-year-old schoolboy Hendron addressed the 1998 Conservative Party conference calling for the re-introduction of corporal punishment.

    Write your own joke about spanking.

  6. So Much For Subtlety

    As a 17-year-old schoolboy Hendron addressed the 1998 Conservative Party conference calling for the re-introduction of corporal punishment.

    So now we know the real reason William Hague stepped down! As for Iain Duncan Smith, he didn’t address the Party Conference as a lad did he?

  7. “As a 17-year-old schoolboy Hendron addressed the 1998 Conservative Party conference calling for the re-introduction of corporal punishment.”

    So he’s into whipping as well?

  8. You know, when they said “because of the unique way it is funded”, I thought they meant something else.

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