|The royal baby: Will he or she or s/he be born with a rainbow flag?|
Could this be the first LGBT King or Queen of the future? With the Queen's hand having created the possibility for 'equal marriage' across the realm and the Royals now fully signed up to the new era of inter-sexual orientation harmony the LGBT community are waiting in the wings for news of any sign that could indicate sexual orientation or transgender issues.
Right now, the Duchess is in labour, though for how long she can be called a 'Duchess' is unknowable, since 'Duchess' is a fearful gender stereotype in the 21st century. Many are wondering, 'Will the newborn royal be a boy, or a girl?' Yet, with the Royals having well and truly 'got with the programme' some are already arguing that this could be the Royal baby who brings transgender issues to the Royal Throne. "He may look like a King," they are saying, "but a King could still yet be a Queen, both physically and sexually."
One LGBT campaigner with a special interest in transgender issues said, "I'm really hoping, even praying, that this baby will be transgender. We all know we are 'born this way' and it rarely, if ever, has anything to do with childhood development issues, so we will be hoping that this baby will grow up to be either a King, or a Queen who will take their transgenderism seriously and throw out many of the conventions associated with a traditional monarch. We love the Royal Family and we want this baby to be as normal and wonderful as possible - so we want an LGBT baby - Let it neither be a King, nor a Queen - Let it be a Quing!"
Under new same-sex marriage law, terms such as 'husband' and 'wife' will be applicable to same-sex couples as words and phrases lose inherent meanings that have been attached to them for centuries, in a bizarre dictionary revolution instituted by HM Government. In future, such terms as 'boy' and 'girl' could be erased from human language as concern over gender stereotyping - especially of babies - becomes more prevalent, so as not to injure their feelings or disturb their development into flourishing homosexual or lesbian, as well as questioning and unsure adults.
|Summerskill: 'The law of equal opportunities is in our favour...'|
"Whether its a future King or a future Queen, we would only be too happy to see the Royal baby grow up to be a happy, healthy homosexual or lesbian or transgender young adult and look forward to the day when a Royal will join us on a Royal 'Floatilla' for Gay Pride in London, Brighton or Manchester."
When asked of the likelihood of a gay baby, Mr Summerskill said, "The law of equal opportunities suggests that the time for an openly gay King or Queen has come. If it was a gay baby, it would be so wonderful for the gay rights movement, and I would be first to attend the gay marriage of the King in either a civil marriage, or, indeed, at Westminster Abbey! Oh, I do love a good wedding! Oh how I love a good wedding!"
Paddy Power are already taking bets on the sexual orientation of the new Royal arrival, with odds of 7/1 that he or she will be heterosexual, 20/1 that she will be lesbian, 22/1 that he will be gay and 90/1 that he or she will have major transgender issues, most likely resulting in surgery on the NHS. Paddy Power are also offering odds of 5/2 that we will never hear of the sexual orientation of the Royal Baby in line with existing convention in the Royal Family.
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Paddy Power have just revealed that the new Royal baby is a boy (gender stereotyping fascists, that they clearly are) and that he weighs 8lbs 6oz. Social Services are already on the scene to assess the baby and to check that this baby is not obese or prone to obesity because every child matters. The Royals are said to have been given the go-ahead and will be allowed to keep their baby, so there will be no family court appearance for this delighted Royal couple and the baby will not be carted off by the local authority to be put up for adoption with a gay couple.
We now go live over to our LGBT correspondent outside the hospital.
Ben, what do you make of this? 8lbs 6oz? Does this give us any clues?
Ben: "At the moment, it is just too early to say."
|'Overjoyed': Ann Furedi of BPAS: Royal Reproductive Health Analyst|
Ann, what do you make of this? First of all, is this baby human?
Ann: "Yes, its great news. I can say that I am 94% certain that at this stage, now that we have a birth of a new baby boy, that this is both a baby and human. The fact that its a boy is wonderful, especially in the light of that gendercide scandal that hit abortion clinics last year. An hour ago, I was really unsure, but I think we can categorically say, with about 6% of doubt, that this baby is human and endowed with Royal dignity."
But was he human about 24 hours ago, ten minutes ago, ten days ago or 6 months ago, or even, dare I say it, at conception?
Ann: "Let's not go down into that back street. For the moment, let's just rejoice in the birth of a new Royal baby. Isn't it splendid? I'm overjoyed. Everyone knows how much I love children and rejoice whenever a new baby is born into the World. If a public holiday is called in honour of this great event, I'd just like to say that all our clinics will be open..."
Well, that just leaves me time to offer my sincere congratulations to the Royal Couple and to the whole Royal Family on the birth of a wonderful new baby boy, made in the image and likeness of God, born to rule and to serve. For the sake of the continuation of the Royal Family, I hope that he doesn't go on to choose a 'same-sex wedding'. We all know that the Royals are better than that. After all, after the initial fad and media whirlwind, it is likely that it will not only be the Royals who consider such a thing as more than a little vulgar.