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I absolutely LOVE these stories! Old closeted homo tries to romp around with young teen boys (who they assume won’t be able to make the connection of who they are) gets caught. The great thing though, is that it happens all the time! There are so many Conservatives, Republicans, Politicians, Anti-gay lawmakers, etc. out there getting their freak on behind closed doors and condemning us for being true to who we are and doing it with the door wide open.
So because they like to make a mockery of our lives, I am all about sharing with the world the ironic situations they get themselves into. Silly politicians, young gay boys like money, and stories like this, bring more than $80.
An anti-gay, opposite-sex married Indiana state lawmaker offered a young man he met through a Craigslist M4M section $80 to meet for a hookup at a local Marriott hotel, and when the young man tried to back out of the deal, exposed himself and tried to prevent him from leaving the hotel room, according to a report in the Indianapolis Star.
The six-term, 64-year old Catholic, Republican lawmaker, Rep. Phillip Hinkle, has voted against same-sex marriage, and even voted to ban marriage equality via a constitutional amendment.
The Star recounts the entire event in great detail, from the time the young man, Kameryn Gibson, “who lists his age as 20 in the ad but says he is 18 years old,” is contacted by Hinkle, to Hinkle’s email address, to details of the email exchanges, and includes statements that Hinkle offered the young man and his sister — who came to rescue her brother once the deal went awry — $100, along with his Blackberry and iPad. Later, Hinkle’s wife reportedly offered the brother and sister $10,000 to keep quiet.
The Craigslist ad was posted at 7:37 a.m. Saturday. The ad shows two pictures of Kameryn Gibson, shirtless with pants pulled below the top of his underwear.
The ad’s text features one written line: “Email me and I’ll tell you everything you need to know!”
Forty-seven minutes later, he received a response from phinkle46 @comcast.net, with the email signature “Sent from Phil’s iPad.”
“Cannot be a long time sugar daddy,” the email reads, “but can for tonight. Would you be interested in keeping me company for a while tonight?”
The email offers “to make it worth (your) while” in cash, and offers a personal description: “I am an in shape married professional, 5’8″, fit 170 lbs, and love getting and staying naked.”
Fifteen minutes later, Kameryn Gibson replied: “Yes I can!” He also sent along his phone number.
What followed was an email exchange between phinkle46 @comcast.net and Kameryn Gibson. One email from Hinkle’s account asks “what will make you happy for giving me a couple hours of your time tonight?”
Gibson: “Wat (sic) can you give me?”
Phinkle46 @comcast.net: “How about $80 for services rendered and if real satisfied a healthy tip? That make it worth while?”
The two agreed on the price and discussed logistics. An email sent at 9:44 a.m., also with the signature “Sent from Phil’s iPad” and sent from Hinkle’s personal account, lays clear the parameters for the tip: “Final for the record, for a really good time, you could get another 50, 60 bucks. That sound good?”
Later, about 5 p.m., phinkle46 @comcast.net offered to pick up the young man at his Westside home and drive him to the JW Marriott hotel.
HRC Backstory – Texas Governor Rick Perry – who some speculated was distancing himself from the anti-gay sponsors of his prayer rally in Houston this past weekend – actually ran in the opposite direction and thanked the groups and individuals from the stage during closing remarks at the event.
“I want to thank those people who worked so hard to make this day a reality, including Mr. Don Wildmon of the American Family Association, Luis Cataldo, yea, Doug Stringer of Turning Point Ministries.”
In case you need a reminder about the anti-gay track record of “those people” the Texas Governor and likely presidential hopeful is referring to, check out our initial factoids on the Response’s organizers we did right after the event was announced in June.
HRC Board of Directors member Meghan Stabler captured Perry’s closing remarks. Watch him thank the AFA and their anti-gay partners:
Many left the Response following Perry’s earlier opening remarks. The end of the event was youth-focused and featured high schoolers and college students leading the remaining attendees in prayer. One organizer leading group chants loudly called for prayer in all classrooms across the country. In various places throughout the crowd, some people broke into tongues.
Event organizers claim more than 30,000 people attended the Response. However, HRC and other LGBT equality and civil rights advocates were in attendance and place the number closer to 15,000. For the latest on Rick Perry and the activities of his anti-gay partners, visit www.hrc.org/callitout.