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Another Homophobic Queer RepubliCON Exposes Himself

Whited Sepulchers

Anti-gay Indiana state rep solicited 18-year-old boy on Craigslist

By Kase Wickman

Indiana state Rep. Phillip Hinkle (R) is embroiled in controversy after The Indianapolis Star discovered emails appearing to solicit the paid company of a young man, sent from Hinkle's publicly listed email address.

(Another self-righteous hypocrite that presumes to tell you and me how to live, but he lives life in hypocrisy. Hinkie is a Christian, anti-gay crusader, and holier than thou whited sepulchre... His kind of Christianity is the main reason I will never be a christian)

In response to a M4M forum Craigslist post, Hinkle emailed the man, named Kameryn Gibson, and offered him $80 cash, with a tip of $50 or $60 "for a really good time" in the hours he proposed spending together at a local Marriott.

Gibson, whose ad lists him as 20 years old but is actually 18, said he met Hinkle at the hotel, and tried to leave when Hinkle said he was a state politician.

The Star writes:

He said the lawmaker at first told him he could not leave, grabbed him in the rear, exposed himself to the young man and then later gave him an iPad, BlackBerry cellphone and $100 cash to keep quiet.

The BlackBerry contained all of the emails between the young man and Hinkle. In one, Hinkle gives a physical description: "I am an in shape married professional, 5'8", fit 170 lbs, and love getting and staying naked."

No police report has been filed, but a spokesman for Hinkle said that "a shakedown" had taken place, and did not deny that the emails had been sent by Hinkle.

Peter Nugent, Hinkle's lawyer, asked "that everyone respect the privacy of the family at this time" while the matter is being investigated.

According to Project Vote Smart, Hinkle is against same-sex marriage, and carries the endorsement of the National Rifle Association. Hinkle, 64, has been in state legislature since 2000 and co-authored a bill to create a license plate inscribed with "In God We Trust."

“Indiana has no openly gay state legislators and provides no legal rights for LGBT people. Hinkle [and others] recently voted to pass a constitutional amendment to ban same-?sex marriage and civil unions," political blogger Bil Browning pointed out.

The emails between Gibson and Hinkle contain no direct mention of sex acts, and Gibson said that they didn't have sex. In Indiana, prostitution is defined as an agreement between people to have sex for money.

Megan Gibson, Kameryn's sister, came to pick him up from the hotel after Hinkle thrust the bribes upon Gibson. She said that she spoke to Hinkle's wife on the BlackBerry, and told her her husband was gay. Hinkle's wife offered her $10,000 to keep quiet.

Later, Hinkle himself called the phone, and Megan Gibson told him that she'd spoken to his wife and said he was gay.

"You've ruined me," the lawmaker said.



http://rawstory.com/

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Anti-Gay GOP Politico Offered Man $80 For Sex


“You just ruined me,” said Indiana State Rep. Phillip Hinkle to a man he allegedly offered $80 for sex.
{Looks like he's into some S&M too, carrying his bullwhip around}

GOP State Rep. Phillip Hinkle of Indiana appears to be the latest politician to be undone by illicit sexual proclivities.

Long rumored to be closeted, Hinkle reportedly replied to a men-seeking-men post on Craigslist last week and solicited a man for a “few hours of [his] time.”

While 64-year old Hinkle said he couldn’t be a “long-term” sugar daddy, he would pay the man, 18-year old Kameryn Gibson, $80 and a tip for an evening romp.

From the ‘Indianapolis Star’, via Bilerico:

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?”

Apparently that was enough for Gibson, who headed to a local hotel to meet Hinkle. The would-trick got nervous, however, after Hinkle told him he was a state lawmaker. Gibson tried to leave, but Hinkle allegedly exposed himself and blocked Gibson’s exit.

Frightened, Gibson called his sister and together they were reportedly bribed by Hinkle, who offered them more cash, his iPad and his Blackberry. The duo agreed to the deal and were on their way.

After leaving the hotel, the Blackberry received a call from someone claiming to be Hinkle’s wife. The Gibsons told her what had happened and, after a small moment of disbelief, she pleaded, “Please don’t call the police” and later offered them $10,000 in hush money.

Hinkle himself also called, was informed that his wife had been told, and remarked, “You just ruined me.”

The Republican has given no indication that he plans to resign from his post, but did describe the entire scenario as a “shakedown.”

If all the claims are indeed true, it would be embarrassingly ruinous for Hinkle: the state representative, like so many other closeted politicians caught in compromising gay situations, has long fought for restrictions on LGBT equality, and just this year he voted to ban same-sex marriage and civil unions in Indiana, according to Bilerico.

Hinkle also introduced legislation for an “In God We Trust” license plate.

http://www.deathandtaxesmag.com

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EPIC FAIL



More Success In Praying Away The Gay: GOP Rep. Solicits Rentboy

by Metavirus

Another success story to add to Marcus Bachmann’s theory of praying away the gay:

Emails shared with The Indianapolis Star suggest that state Rep. Phillip Hinkle — responding to a local posting on Craigslist — offered a young man $80 plus tip to spend time with him Saturday night at the JW Marriott hotel.

The emails, sent from Hinkle’s publicly listed personal address, ask the young man for “a couple hours of your time tonight” and offer him cash up front, with a tip of up to $50 or $60 “for a really good time.”

The email exchange is in response to the Craigslist posting in which the young man — who lists his age as 20 in the ad but says he is 18 years old — says, “I need a sugga daddy.”

The young man told The Star that they met, but that he tried to leave after the man told him he was a state lawmaker. He said the lawmaker at first told him he could not leave, grabbed him in the rear, exposed himself to the young man and then later gave him an iPad, BlackBerry cellphone and $100 cash to keep quiet.

I wonder if all these Republican drops in the “closeted hypocrite” bucket will ever finally spill over into a real reckoning about the GOP’s absurd crusade against evil homosexuals.

http://www.librarygrape.com

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HOMO RepubliCON Phillip Hinkle Involved in Gay Sex Scandal

by Katie Sharp-Dierks

Indiana State Representative Phillip Hinkle is the latest politician to be implicated in a sex scandal. The lawmaker is a six-term Republican who is 64 years old and accused of attempting to pay for sex with an 18-year-old man after connecting with him on the internet. According to RadarOnline, the Republican, who recently supported a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, replied to a Craigslist ad for M4M (men for men) posted by Kameryn Gibson. If the Republican is gay, he need not come out of the closet, but he should at least vote for the approval of gay marriage!

E-mails were allegedly exchanged between the two men including negotiating a price for the meeting and the following: "Cannot be a long time sugar daddy but can for tonight. Would you be interested in keeping me company for a while tonight? ... I am an in shape married professional, 5'8", fit 170 lbs., and love getting and staying naked."

The meeting was scheduled at the JW Marriott Hotel, and Rep. Phillip Hinkle allegedly told Gibson the two could not be seen together and gave him a room key and said he would meet him there.

The lawmaker then arrived at the room, changed into a towel, and told the young man of his job including showing him his ID. Gibson said he changed his mind then and tried to back out of the deal but Phillip Hinkle refused and dropped his towel exposing himself. Gibson then called his sister who came to pick him up at the hotel. The sister, Megan, claims they were bribed into not revealing the encounter but she went to a newspaper, The Indianapolis Star, after repeated calls from the politician's family made her uncomfortable. For shame, Mr. Hinkle. Either keep it in your pants, or find a more discreet set-up. Finding a hook-up shouldn't be done on Craigslist, that's for sure!

Rep. Phillip Hinkle has indicated he is aware of the inquiries of the newspaper and asks for privacy for the family. The sex scandal could have a huge impact on his career as a politician, and he could lose his family too. You'd think he would have learned from his fellow politicians.

http://politics.gather.com

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Email rendezvous entangles state Rep. Phillip Hinkle



(Gay Trolling Lawmaker calls gay encounter set up with young gay man on Craigslist a 'shakedown')


Emails shared with The Indianapolis Star suggest that state Rep. Phillip Hinkle -- responding to a local posting on Craigslist -- offered a young man $80 plus tip to spend time with him Saturday night at the JW Marriott hotel.

The emails, sent from Hinkle's publicly listed personal address, ask the young man for "a couple hours of your time tonight" and offer him cash up front, with a tip of up to $50 or $60 "for a really good time."

The email exchange is in response to the Craigslist posting in which the young man -- who lists his age as 20 in the ad but says he is 18 years old -- says, "I need a sugga daddy."

The young man told The Star that they met, but that he tried to leave after the man told him he was a state lawmaker. He said the lawmaker at first told him he could not leave, grabbed him in the rear, exposed himself to the young man and then later gave him an iPad, BlackBerry cellphone and $100 cash to keep quiet.

When contacted by The Star about the emails, Hinkle, a Republican who represents portions of Pike and Wayne townships, did not contest the emails but said, "I am aware of a shakedown taking place."

Asked what he meant by shakedown, Hinkle would not elaborate. He directed further questions to his attorney.

Hinkle's lawyer, defense attorney Peter Nugent, said he was unable to say what Hinkle meant by a "shakedown." Nugent said he is investigating the situation, but he does not know what happened Saturday. Nugent said he has not filed a police report and does not yet know whether he will.

Asked whether he had seen the emails and the Craigslist posting, Nugent said, "Oh, I've seen some emails, but not all of them." He would not be more specific.

"I'm trying to get to the bottom of everything involved," Nugent said.

Wednesday, Nugent faxed this "official statement":

"Representative Hinkle is aware of the inquiries by The Indianapolis Star and we are investigating the matter at this time. We request that everyone respect the privacy of the family at this time."

Hinkle, 64, who lists his occupation as coordinator for community partnerships for Wayne Township Schools on the Indiana House website, has been a state lawmaker since 2000. He is best known in the Statehouse for his interest in local government issues. On the website, he also notes he was a co-author of the bill that created the "In God We Trust" license plate.

The young man, Kameryn Gibson, told The Star he posted the Craigslist ad in the "Casual Encounters" section under m4m, which is shorthand for men for men. He used his adopted sister's email address.

Gibson said he and the man met but that they did not have sex. He and the sister, Megan Gibson, flatly denied any shakedown.

"I wasn't shaking him down, at all," Kameryn Gibson said.

Megan Gibson said she contacted The Star because she thought Hinkle's actions were "creepy" and, given his stature, that his actions should be made public.

Megan Gibson also provided the email exchange, which she forwarded to The Star. She also allowed a reporter to inspect the emails, which she had kept, on her smartphone. The phone contained not only the email exchange but a call log that showed phone calls from numbers that match both Hinkle's cellphone and home phone.

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.

The final emails from phinkle46 @comcast.net come from a BlackBerry. One such email suggests: "If u want to consider spending night u might tell ur sis so she won't worry. Would have u back before 11 tomorrow. No extra cash just free breakfast and maybe late night snack."

Gibson responds only with his address. At 8:45 p.m., he receives one final email from phinkle46 @comcast.net: "I am here in parking lot between bldg 1 and 2. U here?"

The email exchange contains no mention of sex acts.

Brad Banks, supervisor of the D Felony Division at the Marion County prosecutor's office, explained -- without being provided details of the emails -- that prostitution in the state of Indiana is defined as an agreement between two parties to have sex in exchange for money and that the agreement must be about both sex and money.

Kameryn Gibson provided the following account of what happened after that final email from phinkle46 @comcast.net.

He said Hinkle picked him up in a white car -- his suit jacket was hanging in the backseat.

When they arrived at the hotel, Gibson said he was given the room key and told to go into the hotel. They couldn't go in together, Gibson was told. About 15 minutes later, Hinkle arrived in the room, changed into a towel and then during small talk informed Gibson he was a lawmaker.

Gibson said the man showed him an identification card.

The ID, Gibson said, gave a name: Phillip Hinkle.

"My eyes got big," Gibson told The Star. "I didn't really know what to say, so I didn't say anything. It was just a shock."

Gibson said he had posted on Craigslist before but had never met up with someone. Knowing he was in a bedroom with a politician, Gibson said, he got cold feet.

"Yeah, I don't want to do this," Gibson said he told Hinkle.

He said Hinkle's response was: "You need to do this, because I came and got you, and I'm not taking you back until we do what we need to do."

Gibson excused himself to the bathroom. There, he called his sister Megan. She said she would come get him immediately.

When Gibson came out, he said Hinkle told him he couldn't leave. Gibson called his sister again. This time, Megan told him to put her on speakerphone.

"I started cussing him," Megan told The Star. She also threatened to call the police and the local media.

"He said, 'I'll give you whatever,'" Megan said.

But when they hung up, Kameryn Gibson said Hinkle grabbed him by the right arm, just below the shoulder. Gibson said it was then that Hinkle grabbed him in the rear, dropped his towel and sat down on the bed -- naked.

When Megan Gibson arrived to pick up her brother, she again threatened to call police and the local media.

Kameryn and Megan Gibson said Hinkle then offered his iPad, a BlackBerry and $100 in cash.

Kameryn Gibson walked past his sister and out of the room as she continued to yell at Hinkle.

"She was still going off," Kameryn Gibson said, "and I was like, 'OK, I think that's enough, I think he gets it.' "

Megan Gibson said that on the drive back, she began receiving a series of calls on the BlackBerry, including one from a woman who said she was Hinkle's wife.

"I was like, 'Your husband is gay,' " Megan said. "And then she was like, 'You have the wrong person.' "

Megan read her the email address: phinkle46 @comcast.net.

The line went silent.

"Just for a couple seconds," Megan Gibson said, "and the first thing she said was, 'Please don't call the police.' "

Phone messages left with Hinkle's wife late Thursday were not returned.

Megan Gibson said she then began receiving a series of calls from various family members -- including from Hinkle's son-in-law, demanding that his wife see proof of the emails.

Megan Gibson dropped off her brother then returned to the JW Marriott, where she showed Hinkle's daughter the emails.

Megan Gibson said on her way back, she received another call from Hinkle's wife.

"The first thing she said, she was like, 'OK, we will give you $10,000 not to say anything,' " said Megan Gibson, who said she was now becoming scared. "I was like, 'OK,' and I hung up the phone."

She soon got another call -- from the Marriott hotel. It was Hinkle. Megan Gibson told Hinkle that she had informed his wife and family that he was gay.

Megan Gibson said Hinkle's response was: "You just ruined me."

http://www.indystar.com

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INDIANA: State GAYGOP Rep Busted In Craigslist Gay Hooker Scandal



Six-term GOP Indiana state Rep. Phillip Hinkle, a noted anti-gay Christian activist who forced the state to offer an "In God We Trust" license plate, has been accused of hiring a male prostitute from Craigslist's M4M section. Local newspapers have been provided with emails between Hinkle and the alleged hooker.

The emails, sent from Hinkle's publicly listed personal address, ask the young man for "a couple hours of your time tonight" and offer him cash up front, with a tip of up to $50 or $60 "for a really good time." The email exchange is in response to the Craigslist posting in which the young man -- who lists his age as 20 in the ad but says he is 18 years old -- says, "I need a sugga daddy." The young man told The Star that they met, but that he tried to leave after the man told him he was a state lawmaker. He said the lawmaker at first told him he could not leave, grabbed him in the rear, exposed himself to the young man and then later gave him an iPad, BlackBerry cellphone and $100 cash to keep quiet. When contacted by The Star about the emails, Hinkle, a Republican who represents portions of Pike and Wayne townships, did not contest the emails but said, "I am aware of a shakedown taking place." Asked what he meant by shakedown, Hinkle would not elaborate. He directed further questions to his attorney.

Hinkle is married to a woman and has children. He recently voted in favor of a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage and civil unions. According to VoteSmart.org, he also supports a long list of Christianist political goals.

http://joemygod.blogspot.com

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Anti-Gay Republican Busted In Call Boy Scandal… SURPRISE!


("While you're doing that, you cup the balls...")

You won’t believe this…

But, a homophobic, anti-gay Indiana State Rep. decided to hire a male prostitute for sex at a local Marriot for $80, then exposed himself when the hooker backed out…

I know, shocking…

Six-term GOP Indiana state Rep. Phillip Hinkle, the noted anti-gay Christian activist who forced the state to offer an “In God We Trust” license plate, allegedly hired a male prostitute from Craigslist’s M4M section.

Local newspapers have been provided with emails between Hinkle and the call boy:

The emails, sent from Hinkle’s publicly listed personal address, ask the young man for “a couple hours of your time tonight” and offer him cash up front, with a tip of up to $50 or $60 “for a really good time.”

The email exchange is in response to the Craigslist posting in which the young man — who lists his age as 20 in the ad but says he is 18 years old — says, “I need a sugga daddy.”

The young man told The Star that they met, but that he tried to leave after the man told him he was a state lawmaker. He said the lawmaker at first told him he could not leave, grabbed him in the rear, exposed himself to the young man and then later gave him an iPad, BlackBerry cellphone and $100 cash to keep quiet.

When contacted by The Star about the emails, Hinkle, a Republican who represents portions of Pike and Wayne townships, did not contest the emails but said, “I am aware of a shakedown taking place.” Asked what he meant by shakedown, Hinkle would not elaborate. He directed further questions to his attorney.

Wow, that must have been a pretty trying night at the Marriot for Hinkle.

I’d image cops are probably trying to make sense of all this by questioning the lawmaker…

Their interaction probably sounds something like this:

Cop: “Rep. Hinkle, was that your car with the “In God We Trust” license plate parked outside this Marriot?”

Rep. Hinkle: “Well, it could have been… My oh my…”

Cop: “Have you been drinking in the company of a male prostitute tonight?”

Rep. Hinkle: “I had a few cosmopolitans at “Faces“… But, just for research…”

Cop: “Ok. Can you turn off the music and come with me, please?”

Rep. Hinkle: “Not until the finale… Haven’t you ever heard Ms. Patti Lupone’s live recording of “I Dreamed A Dream” from Les Miz? Huh-neyyy… Uh-uh… Girrrrrl…”

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Authored by: snndee on Saturday, August 13 2011 @ 05:36 PM CDT Another Homophobic Queer RepubliCON Exposes Himself
""You've ruined me," the lawmaker said"

hmm...did i read this wrong???
didn't the lawmaker make 'the first move' by instigating the meeting ???
and yet just because she made that phone call to his wife--
the sister 'ruined' him???

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