Outrage, complaints shut down D.C. orgy
Hotel nixes homosexual 'pig sex' party celebrating Obama inauguration
A Washington, D.C., inaugural week event that originally was described as a "pig sex" homosexual orgy has been cancelled after concerned citizens complained to the Doubletree Hotel hosting the event, according to the organization spearheading the opposition.
"A big 'Thanks' to each of you who called the Doubletree and its parent company, Hilton Hotels," said Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality, "urging them to not allow this unbelievably depraved and unhealthy homosexual event to occur in public conference rooms."
LaBarbera continued, "We learned that thousands of concerned Americans called to complain in response to our reporting and follow-ups by WorldNetDaily.com, Liberty Counsel's Matt Barber and other conservative websites."
As WND reported, LaBarbera obtained information about the planned event via e-mail from a source within the homosexual community.
The original e-mail advertising the "pig sex" orgy said, "We've now got a KILLER line up of DEMOS, including super skilled rope bondage, sounds play, and flogging. LIVE Music and Sound is gonna be provided by THE BLACK PARTY DJ Rich King. So you can s---, fist, rim, and [f---] TO THE BEAT."
The online Urban Dictionary defines "pig sex" as "outrageously dirty such as water sports, defecation, male on male bondage, group-sex and bestiality," although there was no indication that this event would involve animals.
And while hotel managers repeatedly denied any such event was being planned, a reporter for the homosexual publication Washington Blade confirmed in his report plans for a "leather S&M party" at the hotel this weekend.
LaBarbera said the hotel originally confirmed to him that Mid-Atlantic Leather Maneuvers had booked three second-floor conference rooms for three days, starting with Saturday night's events and culminating on Inauguration Day, Tuesday.
Following public outcry over the event, however, lesbian blogger Pam Spaulding published today a M.A.L. Maneuvers announcement.
"As many of you know, extreme Christian groups have been pressuring Doubletree to cancel the 'Obama Inauguration Pig Sex Orgy,'" the announcement reads. "For two days, the hotel stood firm while the accusations and falsehoods kept coming in. Just this morning, I told the management of Doubletree how impressed I was that they resisted the calls to shut us down. Unfortunately, the matter escalated to Doubletree Corporate, and the word has come down that they will not allow our event to go on as planned. To say that I am [p---ed] would be an understatement. We have a right to privacy and sexual freedom. I appreciate the efforts of the Centaurs (a D.C. homosexual sadistic sex group) in helping us set this up and fight the cancellation. I want to apologize to each of you who, some who have been with me for 9 years, for having to disappoint you at the 11th hour."
As WND reported, news of the event led some concerned citizens to object, some to pray and some to take action. Matt Barber, director of cultural affairs for Liberty Alliance Action and Liberty Counsel, said he had contacted health officials about the event.
"It's simply inexcusable that the Doubletree would place at risk the health of its staff and future guests by facilitating this orgy in rooms where food is served," said Barber. He said hotel staff members apparently will be tasked with cleaning up "the various forms of potential infectious biological waste left behind.'
"I have therefore notified the Washington D.C. Department of Health about the planned Doubletree orgy. The representative I spoke with was stunned and told me that the matter would be immediately investigated. I also notified the Washington Metropolitan Police Department, which will be looking into possible criminal violations should the Doubletree go forward with the event," he confirmed.
Christian activist Navy Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt also weighed in on the issue, first getting a denial from hotel officials that the event had even been planned. He then talked with workers in several of the hotel offices, getting confirmation of the plans.