''In his documentary Fanshawe admits that the homosexualist movement has in the main achieved its political goals of equalising homosexuality with natural sexual relations, in abolishing laws against sodomy and creating legal equivalency with marriage and adoption. Given these achievements, Fanshawe asks, 'Why do we seem hell bent on behaving like eternal teenagers?' ... 'We're hooked on vanity, and regard older men with contempt. Despite AIDS we're still chasing the ultimate sexual high and what's more are determined to wreck ourselves on designer drugs. We're happy to assist the straight world in keeping alive the image of all gay men as limp-wristed queens.'''
From a posting at LifeSiteNews, an anti-gay, anti-abortion, Canadian organization's propaganda site that has dug up a 2-year-old BBC3 documenatary called, "The Trouble with Gay Men." The documentary filmmaker, Simon Fanshawe, 48 at the time, focused his examination of the gay community on the most shallow and troubling aspects of the scene including bath house orgies, drug abuse, barebacking, online cruising, circuit parties, youth worship, relationship avoidance and extreme exercises in vanity. While it's all very interesting in a salacious way, Fanshaw attributed his own interests and observations as universal social indulgences for gay men. And, for the most part, the tabloid-like exposé skipped over corresponding behaviors found throughout non-gay society, as well as any mention of successful gay couples or any gay men who might have interests outside of obsessive cruising, club hopping, and a need to look pretty in front of a camera. Perhaps because of a YouTube posting, conservative religious groups are finding his video and using it as fodder for their anti-gay rhetoric. (LifeSiteNews)