I don’t think so really, no

“Today’s a good day to say I’m in a happy same-sex relationship, I campaigned for Stronger In but sometimes you’re better off out! #Pride2016,” Greening, 47, said on her official Twitter account @JustineGreening.

She is the first openly gay woman, and second openly gay Conservative, to hold cabinet office after Scottish secretary David Mundell came out in January.

Pretty sure that Labour has had a lesbian cabinet minister. Angela Eagle? Ah, maybe no,t junior minister and now Shadow cabinet.

Ho hum, so much for memory.

13 thoughts on “I don’t think so really, no”

  1. The Other Bloke in Italy

    World-shaking events beginning so it is a good day for posturing about one’s sexuality.

    Another one for the bin at the first opportunity.

  2. Bloke no Longer in Austria

    She’s just declaring her Brexuality.

    ( at least Ms Greening looks vaguely like a female and not a Caitlyin Jenner stunt double )

  3. Blokes all over Europe: The “good day” isn’t referring to Brexit, it’s referring to the first day of Pride week.

  4. bloke (temporarily not) in spain

    Statement from a Bloke:
    “Today’s a good day to say I’m in a happy different-sex relationship, but this has sweet fuck-all bearing on my views on the “Leave” result in the referendum. I didn’t campaign, as it didn’t have anything to do with me, but I believe we’re better off getting out. So we’re going down the pub”
    I’m sure you were all desperately waiting to hear this official announcement.

  5. Declaring you were in a happy same-sex relationship would have a Twitter mob screaming ‘HATER’ within ten minutes of posting.

  6. Anyway, I’m amazed the Met haven’t cancelled this Pride march, given the roving gangs of feral Pensioners who are EVEN NOW beating up gays, foreigners and wimmin.

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