Group sex is compulsory now

The organiser of an all-male orgy in Brussels attended by a key lieutenant of Viktor Orban, the Hungarian prime minister who is opposed to gay rights, has said that compulsory group sex and no condoms were the only rules.

OK, it’s only compulsory at a certain type of party but still…..

“Suddenly my whole living room was full of cops,” he said. “They immediately started shouting, ‘ID card! Now!’ But we weren’t even wearing underpants. How the hell could we quickly pull out our ID cards? That only made the officers angry. They were very unfriendly and said mean things about gays.”

Mean things, eh?

9 thoughts on “Group sex is compulsory now”

  1. How the hell could we quickly pull out our ID cards?

    I bet there were some things being pulled out quickly when the cops rushed in…

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    has said that compulsory group sex and no condoms were the only rules.

    I am a bit new to all this, but he is saying you can’t come, umm attend, and watch? You can’t bring your boyfriend, watch *and* enjoy each others company? But group sex? So if you attend by yourself and you meet a nice young lad, you still need to have sex with some other people as well?

    Seems a bit restrictive.

  3. the Hungarian prime minister who is opposed to gay rights

    Dunno, is he?

    It’s perfectly legal to be gay in Hungary, and discrimination against the gays is illegal. Gays can have civil partnerships but can’t get married to people of the same sex.

    So Hungary is about as homophobic as the UK circa the awful dark ages of… 2005.

    But that’s the thing, int’it? It really is a slippery, slidey, lubed up slope. Believing the things all Tolerant and Good people believed in 2005 is the equivalent of a hate crime in 2020. “Gay rights” now includes stuff like injecting children with synthetic hormones and cutting off the perfectly healthy tits of confused teenage girls.

  4. I can feel a night of the long knives coming along here.

    Not so much. This guy is in a party that stands in roughly the same position as the Tory Party before David Cameron (i.e. “Don’t frighten the horses” kinda approach). He’s been caught behaving against party policy and resigned.

    What more do you imagine there is to it?

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