Christopher Biggins is Sorry Not Sorry

 

christopher bigotFollowing his premature eviction from the Celebrity Big Brother house on Friday, 1970’s sit-com star Christopher Biggins has fauxpologised for the holocaust ‘joke’ that formed part of the reason he was axed from the show.

Calling Jewish fellow housemate Katie Waissel a “very sensitive girl with a few issues”, Biggins said that he was “mortified” he had lost his appearance fee upset people with his shocking remarks.

In an interview in the Sun on Sunday, Biggins emphasised that he is “in no way a bigoted person”, and that he knows Lesley Joseph and also some black people.

He did not, however, apologise for his scientifically illiterate, hateful and psychologically telling remarks regarding the bisexual community.

Biggins, who wed Australian model Beatrice Norbury in 1971, sensationally confused himself with other people, telling fellow housemates that bisexuals are ‘homosexuals in denial’ who ‘fuck up a lot of relationships’. Monosexuals are, in contrast, known to form only paradisiac couplings when, at age 16, they mate for life.

He later went on to claim that bisexual men are responsible for the spread of HIV (in fact bisexual men are “significantly” less likely than gay men to be HIV positive). Biggins also appeared to subscribe to the crackpot conspiracy theory that AIDS was invented by the CIA as a tool of social cleansing.

As if to excuse his ludicrous comments, Biggins told the Sunday tabloid that he has lots of bisexual friends, who are presumably a-ok with him viewing them as emotionally stunted disease vectors who toy with women for sport.

Biggins refused to apologise for his demonstrably false, stigmatising statements about bisexual people, stating, “If I’m not allowed to have an opinion, I’d just go and sit in the corner. Do you just shut up?”

Biscuit invites Mr Biggins to muse on that question.

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Libby Baxter-Williams

Libby is a 30-something Londoner, who spends more time reading picture books than is seemly. She became a bi activist entirely by accident, but now she can't imagine living any other way. In the event of an emergency, she'll have a large gin and tonic, thanks.
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