Tuesday 1 September 2015


William "Kitty" Courtenay (1768 - 1835) was the 9th Earl of Devon.

As a youth, Kitty was regarded by contemporaries as being the most beautiful boy in England.


At the age of ten, Kitty began a gay relationship with 19-year-old William Beckford, the owner of a sugar plantation.

Beckford was believed to have conducted a simultaneous affair with his cousin Peter's wife Louisa Pitt (c.1755–1791).


When Kitty reached the age of 18, Beckford fell out with Kitty and "horsewhipped him".

Beckford had discovered letters written by Kitty to another lover.

In the 18th century, bisexual behaviour among the elite was reportedly the norm and did not cause any problems so long as there was no publicity.

But Kitty's uncle went with the story to the newspapers.

Kitty "was forced to live abroad, and lived in the United States where he owned a property on the Hudson River in New York, and later in Paris".

Beckford, who had married Lady Margaret Gordon, a daughter of the fourth Earl of Aboyne, moved to the continent of Europe "in the company of his long-suffering wife (who died in childbirth aged 24)" .


"By the time Beckford died at the venerable age of 84, he had built the loftiest domestic residence in the world, had assembled a virtual harem of boys, and had his own militia to protect his Fonthill estate of 6,000 acres."


Kitty Marie Fischer (1741 – 1767), an attractive teenager, was "introduced to London high life" by the top people who had sex with her.

When the bisexual Giacomo Casanova visited London in 1763, he met Kitty.

He noted that Kitty "had on diamonds worth five hundred thousand francs. 

"Goudar told me that if I liked I might have her then and there for ten guineas." 

In Kitty's day, prostitution was one of London's main industries.

Une Femme qui pisse

In 1766, Kitty married John Norris, son of the M.P. for Rye and grandson of Admiral Sir John Norris

Kitty died only four months after her marriage.


King James I was the typical monarch and had various young lads as male lovers.

These included:

Esmé Stuart, Earl of Lennox

George Gordon, sixth Earl of Huntley

Alexander Lindsay, Lord Spynie

Francis Stewart Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell

George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham

James Hay, 1st Earl of Carlisle

Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset

"Carr was a handsome Scots lad who came to England in 1603 to run beside the royal coach as a page-boy... 

"Carr was appointed Gentleman of the Bedchamber."

King James I and VI.

"Every day some aspiring Lord - notably Sir William Manson - would hire a troup of handsome young ragamuffin boys, scrub their faces clean with curdled milk, curl their hair, powder them and perfume them, dress them in silk and lace, and lead them in dainty procession around the throne in order to seduce the King's favour." 

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At 2 September 2015 at 02:43 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poor Kitty's, both of them....

At 2 September 2015 at 03:39 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 2 September 2015 at 04:31 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Daily Mail recently had a photograph of one of the aristocracy of Britain...with his wife...a former Baywatch star.
"You wouldn't read about it"... Well actually you would.It happens in every civilisation..the elite become so corrupt and distanced from the REAL world that they are actually begging to be overthrown.
Trouble is the aristocracy's secret police prevent the needed change taking place...so it has to become worse.
Maybe the next aristocratic pommie wanker with the multi titles might consider getting hitched to one of the actresses off an Australian series about life savers on the Gold Coast.

At 2 September 2015 at 04:46 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everything is hidden, ain't it? Even in Braveheart 'they' adulterated the script?

"The king drops the head back into the sack, unmoved.

If he can sack York, he can invade
lower England.

We would stop him!

Edward, who is this SHITPOKER who
speaks to me as if I needed his

I have declared Phillip my High

Longshanks nods as if impressed. He moves to Phillip and
examines the gold chain of office that the young man wears.

Then Longshanks grabs him and throws him out the window, the
same one Edward and Phillip were looking out, six stories
above the courtyard. We hear Phillip's SCREAM as he falls."

At 2 September 2015 at 10:32 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Worse! Is the Braveheart star Mel Gibson.In the film he actually looks taller than the five foot zero he actually is...
In a real world film,Mel would be a cast member in Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.....It is surprising the tricks of perspective that can be achieved with electronic wizardry.

At 2 September 2015 at 14:58 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 4 September 2015 at 14:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


Peter Jaconelli - Dec'd 1999

Surprisingly there are no 'friends' tributes or eulogy to be found - but there is -

1) www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/gravestone-jimmy-saviles-paedophile-friend-4910538


Cyril Smith - Dec'd 2010


It is not well known that Cyril Smith, while alive was the Lord Lieutenant for Manchester


Who else is (or was) a Lord or Deputy Lieutenant?

Jimmy Savile - Dec'd 2011




Additional links


www.intmensorg.info/bbc8.htm (note JS letter to the Prime Minister in 1979)





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