Being wealthy does not necessarily make it easier to publicly identify as gay. The essence of democracy, Ms Spielman added, was that people didn't always get their own way, but accepted the majority decision. By our reckoning, Thiel is the only one who is openly gay.
But others question the value of role models dragged against their will into the open, and express skepticism about the motives of those doing the outing. Foreign Office cat Palmerston is back at work after six months off for stress About Us.
Expressing support for Parkfield's stance a few days ago, Ofsted chief Amanda Spielman said schools should teach children they can have 'two mummies' or 'two daddies'; and that they are not 'bad or ill' because they don't 'fit into a conventional pattern'.
Peter's net worth is not known. But we're not meant to be in this game for rank and status. The regulator found no evidence to support the claims of a 'very small but vocal minority of parents' that the curriculum focused disproportionately on LGBT issues.
I know Omidyar believes strongly and sincerely in the importance of independent journalism to a free society. Hm, now that I think billionaires have expressed their allegiance for their gay daughters and it, President Donald Trump has daughters. G4S denies it received a complaint.
Not since the 19th century have so many individuals had so much power over the press. Why buy alt-weeklies in this environment—as a secretive cabal of apparently conservative investors did to LA Weekly —unless you believe that alt-weeklies, and the stories they publish, fundamentally matter?
However, accounts from people who encountered Mateen may undermine that claim, and some evidence suggests there may have been strife within the household when Mateen was a child.
Children, 2 with ex-wife Venus Teo Geok Fong. Not only would this clearly not be the case if Dr John prematurely sparked another raging schism between traditionalists and liberals in the Anglican church, but we're forced to ask how seriously we're likely to take him as a bishop if we harbour the suspicion that he won his post, even by suggestion, because he'd declared that if he wasn't delivered such-and-such a bishopric then he'd sue.
That this ugly clash is taking place in the area where, in , Islamic hardliners were alleged to have hatched the so-called 'Trojan Horse' plot to infiltrate the governing bodies of dozens of schools and indoctrinate pupils in extremist ideology, makes it all the more disturbing.