[Peers Gaveston Society


”Just finished reading The Royals by Kitty Kelley. In the discussion of Anthony Armstrong Jones is this paragraph which I found astounding….P. 179…The bizarre sexual implications annoyed some of his friends, who emphasized that all -male dining societies are a tradition at certain English schools.”At some of the Oxford debauches, men regularly dress up as women in strapless gowns and high heels,” explained one man.”The most notorious all-male dining society there is the Peers Gaveston Society, named for King Edward II’s catamite, who, by dictionary definition is a boy kept for unnatural purposes. According to legend, the King’s catamite was killed by being sodomized with a hot poker.

Kitty Kelley has never been sued for her biographies which are quite revealing.”

David Cameron was a member of this society.