Lesbian Fires “Rough Sex” Radio Host – ZERO TOLERANCE FOR HETEROSEXUALS?

In private, Canadian talk show star Jian Ghomeshi was into male dominance and female submission. This must have been anathema to his boss, Heather Conway, a lesbian.
Would he have been fired had he been gay?
(Many people thought he was.)

Jian Ghomeshi was fired Sunday because of the potential damage his private behavior could do to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s image as mouthpiece for the feminist-homosexual agenda.

Until now, he had fit their image perfectly. When the CBC is not hiring women, especially minority women, it occasionally hires feminized males like the baby-faced Ghomeshi, who checked another box by being of Iranian descent.

Although 47, he is a “hip” musician whose top-rated show was a big part of the CBC radio’s attempt to capture a younger audience.

On Sunday, the CBC terminated Ghomeshi saying “information came to our attention recently that in CBC’s judgment precludes us from continuing our relationship with Jian.”

Later that day, Ghomeshi announced plans to launch a $55 million lawsuit against the CBC “claiming general and punitive damages for among other things, breach of confidence and bad faith”.

Ghomeshi subsequently said his dismissal concerned allegations he had sexually coerced a girlfriend into BDSM activities against her will, part of a smear campaign.

On his Facebook account, Ghomeshi admitted he was into rough sex. While this might not be to everyone’s taste, his private life was his own business. He insisted the sex was always consensual and this scandal was a vendetta by a jilted woman.

The Toronto Star had “detailed interviews” with “three women, who said they experienced violence from Ghomeshi without consent”; the women were initially “his fans.”

In one woman’s case, she reportedly visited Ghomeshi at his Toronto home and alleges as soon as she walked into his house he suddenly struck her hard with his open hand, then continued to hit her and choked her. The woman alleges Ghomeshi repeatedly beat her about the head and choked her.

“Another woman said “…he attacked me. Choked me. Hit me like I didn’t know men hit women.”

Ghomeshi’s lawyer claims he has text messages and emails proving the relationships were consensual. The women didn’t file charges and insisted on anonymity because of fear of harassment on social media.

The Star, also known as “The Red Star” for its socialist agenda, gave the women’s testimony to the CBC who fired him.

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Henry Makow — Oct 27, 2014

Bio: Heather Conway

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