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Dubai, the land of shiny shopping malls and Rolex watches and one of the only places in the Arab world where gays could party in relative safety. While it seems that getting down in the gay nightclub there is perfectly acceptable, being naive enough to accept a date with a cop pretending to be a cute guy is not. It makes us, at Act of Gay, wonder if there was something personal about this particular persecution. A young Kenyan gay man, working in a hotel in Dubai was entrapped on a dating site by arranging to meet a guy for a date. Wow! I’m sure those police men are proud and so are their mamas. They caught themselves a fag. Makes them big men with big huge penises, we’re sure. In light of recent stories about same sex activities in the Arab world, giving credence to quotes like the one below…
“Saleh, a lean private in the Saudi Arabian army, has come here for the Coldplay concert, and tells me Dubai is “great” for gays: “In Saudi, it’s hard to be straight when you’re young. The women are shut away so everyone has gay sex. But they only want to have sex with boys – 15- to 21-year-olds. I’m 27, so I’m too old now. I need to find real gays, so this is the best place. All Arab gays want to live in Dubai.”
…we believe that the Arab world has some serious navel gazing to do. We, at Act of Gay, love our Muslim brothers and sisters around the world and hope that you can still go to Dubai to get some real gay sex. Seriously Dubai police, that really sucks and it doesn’t suck anything in a good way that would make you feel nice.
So, in honor of Dubai police and their poor sucking, Act of Gay felt compelled to get jiggy with it. First, the mystery of the disappearing luggage! Oh, what mischief could Act of Gay be up to when a whole plane full of luggage just gets up and walks away. Well, Act of Gay believes that people deserve to have clean underwear, so only half the luggage disappeared. Bwahahahahaha!
While that was a little bit of fun, Act of Gay are genuinely peeved, so let this be a warning to you Dubai. Be nice to your gays – and to Kenya’s gays too! There is something funny in the air. Even the birds and the bees know it too – and they are Act of Gay allies.
“A sign a season has begun can come not by marking a day and month, but by the appearance of a specific species of fish in a net, for example.
“The immigration of animals and the movements of the fish and the sea is an indicator to the older generation of when a season has begun,” says Juma bin Thaleth, who has been using traditional forecasting methods for more than 20 years.
This year’s weather – long periods of heavy rain, intense sandstorms and debilitating fog – has also been noticeably different to previous decades, he says.”
The weather is a powerful thing and Act of Gay would suggest that Dubai considers their behavior very seriously because there is no limit to what the weather can do when the gays get riled.