Labour’s Totally Gay Quota

The looneys in the Rainbow Labour division have given themselves an upper cut calling for a quota.

There are already too many gays in caucus to fill the quota.

Any affirmative action for gays needs to be put in context. The usual number of gays in the population is accepted to be a generous 6%. Labour has four gays in a caucus of 34.   

Among the present caucus of 34 Labour MPs, four are known to be gay: Grant Robertson, Maryan Street, Louisa Wall, and Meka Whaitiri.

Six percent of 34 is 2.04. There are currently 4 gays, with 11.7% of the Labour caucus being gay. This shows that Labour is heavily over represented by the rainbow faction and if Labour wants to be true to its gay equity goal it needs to axe at least one if not two gay candidates. It is way over quota for gays as it is.

Even if Labour gets up around 45 MPs to have a gay caucus that represents the population accurately it would only have 2.7 Gay MPs.

Perhaps this is a cunning union plot to reduce the influence of the luvvies in Labour.

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