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What Did Scott Nunn Know About Jordan Gray Visiting Schools And When Did He Know It?
Or, the case of the penis that wasn't missing
Remember Jordan Gray? Of course you do. He’s the silly man with silicone boobs who stripped naked on Friday Night Live, the storied British comedy show, to sing a song and play the piano with his penis.
According to Pink News and Google algorithms, this display of the “trans body” was important, even historic. For the charity Educate & Celebrate, however, it was pure embarrassment. Nonprofits that work in schools are normally leery of naked men, even naked men named Jordan, or Nancy, or Susan.
Under public pressure, they “removed Jordan Gray as a patron” the following week. “As far as the charity are aware, Jordan Gray has never gone into schools and the charity have never requested Jordan carry out work for or on behalf of Educate & Celebrate, either in a voluntary or paid capacity,” the trustees announced.
Of course, this turned out to be a flagrant lie. Gray had told interviewers about his work for the charity in schools. Video of Gray speaking in schools emerged. Educate & Celebrate had posted about his school visits on their Facebook page.
We have identified someone who was there, and who knows about this, but remains silent. Someone who matters more than most witnesses because of his standing in the “community.” We wish he would say something before it is too late.
Scott Nunn is an “LGBTQ+ media professional with 22 years experience,” according to his Twitter bio. In 2011, he founded and ran the Gay Star News website with his partner, Tris Reid-Smith.
Thanks to the help of Goldman Sachs, PricewaterhouseCoopers, National Australia Bank, and the insistent tweeting of Stephen Fry, GSN “rapidly became one of the world’s leading digital LGBTQI+ publications with millions of readers across 240 countries,” according to Nunn’s website.
An accomplished artist and photographer, Nunn “led the sales and marketing team and he created LGBTQI+ campaigns for many world-famous brands,” he says. So despite selling off GSN in 2019 after changes at Facebook killed traffic to blogs and the site failed to reach profitability, Nunn’s influence in the creation and capitalization of alphabetical identities has been substantial.
Here are photos of Nunn with Jordan Gray at an Educate & Celebrate “Edu-cake” event. Elly Barnes, founder and chief executive of the charity, is on the far right in the bottom photo.
Mr. Nunn is also living with cancer. Which, editorial note, fu*k cancer. Mad solidarity with Scott Nunn’s courageous battle to stay alive. We hope he keeps winning that war, because whenever he does lose that fight, he runs out of time to come clean.
The GSN website is defunct, but certain things are still visible in Google.
Furthermore, the associated GSN YouTube channel remains. Even better than “LGBTQ+,” or “LGBTQI+,” there is an “LGBTQQIAAP+” section on the channel, because the longer the magical acronym gets, the more powerful it becomes. Like the Blob. Why else put a plus sign on it? So that it can eat everything.
We found some interesting and questionable content that may not look so magical to historians struggling to understand the bizarre death spiral that took place over the last decade within the “community” of LGB activism.
For example, there is this video of Jordan Gray saying that he used to be a straight man, but now he is a lesbian. “I never had to grapple with my sexuality,” he says, “just my gender, because of course those two things are not connected.”
Except that they totally are, because Jordan Gray is still having sex, not gender, and using his sex organs, not his gender organs, to have sex instead of gender.
Remember, this person is supposed to be communicating with children.
Lesbians! What is not to love about this man? Why are you not rushing to join his harem? He is so very visible, is he not?
He tells men like himself they should “never put your own happiness second to someone else’s comfort,” because making lesbians uncomfortable feels good. To him. Not to lesbians, of course, but who cares how they feel?
Gray wants homosexual women to be “revolutionary” and “double the love” that they create in the world by having straight sex with a man. It’s how he proposes to “change the face of all this” and make the world a better place.
Bullying and the stigma of gender nonconformity shaped him into the man we see, here. And yet Jordan Gray, who likes to talk about his penis and play the piano with it on television, wants us to believe he is a woman just because he says so, and he will bully anyone who says no.
Like the great majority of adult men who “transition” nowadays, estrogen is the limit of his ambition to transition. In this video, he emphasizes twice that “it doesn’t require any medical or surgical intervention” for him to be a “woman.”
His word alone is enough, as “I am not any less of a woman for having a penis.”
Gray will never have his penis removed, he insists, because it takes a “toll on your body,” and because his girlfriend likes it. His ‘lesbian’ girlfriend.
This is a man discussing his penis for six minutes, and it is supposed to be guidance for youth, including young lesbians.
Gray is especially concerned that males who identify as transgender are “fetishized” by straight men. “You’re not anybody’s fetish, you’re a person,” he says, to the boys who maybe want to be lesbians, but not to the lesbians they fetishize.
Jordan Gray tells the vulnerable transgender person to “believe” in “who you are.” He did, after all, and “I feel better for it.” Estrogen has filled the “sense of emptiness” in his stomach.
This is the language of self-help woo. It is also unbridled lesbophobia. Scott Nunn helped make it happen. He should talk about it while he still can.
We have reached out to Mr. Nunn for comment and will update if there is a reply.
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