Monday, August 4, 2014

David Ould allows a gay couple to sleep in a caravan

Fundamentalist Anglican priest, David Ould, who vehemently opposes same-sex marriage shacks up for 10  days with  an engaged gay couple. David who refers to himself as all over the net, will do anything to get publicity.
Ould says he doesn’t hate gay people or wish to see homosexuality become illegal, but he doesn’t want gay people to be able to marry.
Storer who is featured in the program states... “But by the very fact that he stands up in church in front of his congregation — with us there in the church — and preaches to us that homosexuality is detestable, young people sitting there in his congregation hear that and this young person’s parents are going hallelujah and amen as a way of acknowledging that what he’s saying is right, that’s forcing your faith onto other people.”
Does he think Ould is inciting hate? “I don’t know that you’d go as far to say that he’s inciting hate. I don’t think that’s his intention. I think what’s missing in David’s thinking is he doesn’t recognise that the potential to cause harm to others is there.”


David....did I hear you say that you don't want to see homosexuality made illegal...Son I misread you...your silence regarding gay Ugandans was, and still is, deafening!

Say Bill...I don't think that gay couple were Christians...and they understood the profoundly damaging effects that preachers like Ould can have on gays... and of course the discriminatory attitudes that can arise in others.
Yes Calam...but if they had of wanted to see David Ould sleeping with the enemy ...then seriously...they should have shacked him up with liberal Anglicans who believe in then you'd witness spite and malice.


  1. Gay in GlenquarieAugust 4, 2014 at 8:08 AM

    There can be no more horrible an experience than to spend 10 days in the company of Dobby the fundamentalist. Luckily these two gentleman had some respite by being pushed into a caravan away from the obnoxious prig. The program will do some service in showing a wider audience how truly unChristian this ghastly publicity-seeking excuse-for-a minister really is.

  2. He made them sleep out in a caravan? That just about says it all, doesn't it!

  3. If Doddy doesn't understand the damage he can cause he should read Vick Beech's story. This evangelical singer song writer has recently come out as gay. Her moving story is really challenging conservative C of E people in England. She says in a recent interview:

    'What Jesus taught was a radical message of welcome and inclusion and love. I feel certain God loves me just the way I am, and I have a huge sense of calling to communicate that to young people. When I think of myself at 13, sobbing into that carpet, I just want to help anyone in that situation to not have to go through what I did, to show that instead, you can be yourself – a person of integrity."

    Check out her story at:

  4. Wow - her story makes Ould's complaints about his unflattering photo seem very feeble indeed!

  5. Dobby's gay brother is jealous that Vicky has become the UK's foremost spokesperson amongst evangelical homosexuals. Apart from the fact she is beautiful whilst he is ugly!

  6. Hope Dobby was watching Adam Hills the other night:

  7. After Dobby has destroyed his parish in Glenquarie, perhaps the Westboro Baptist Church may offer him a job.
    Like Dobby, they believe that God Hates Fags

  8. Dobby has received hate mail after appearing on TV. At least some people have seen through the silly little man.

  9. Unfortunately any negative feedback just encourages his martyr complex. The detailed references to every media appearance and the overall self-congratulatory tone of his blog is utterly sickening. I can’t get how he can claim to be “loving” given his numerous asides where he tried to psycho-analyse the guys and the clear implication that he thought there was something inherently “wrong” with them.The church clearly isn’t learning that its next challenge it so be a truly safe place for people to work out their spirituality without the likes of Ould imposing their narrow minded interpretations of scripture on everyone. But you gotta love the scenes of him at the gay pride march…talk about uncomfortable!

  10. Of all Ould’s awful media appearances since the show this one takes the cake. Ould invited himself onto a gay radio show in response to an interview with Michael and Greg where he dominated the conversation in the interests of ensuring people better listen to each other (long as they are listening to him) and then proceeded to drop numerous clangers likening homosexuality to alcoholism among other things. But don't worry he made it clear that he really loves all gay and lesbian people (like a father who needs to discipline his son!). Is there no end to this outrageous man's ability to insult and belittle others. When will he realise that he just doesn't get it and learn to keep his trap shut before he does more damage!

    If you can bear it you can listen here: