The Casebook of Sherlock Homophobe: The Anti-Gay & Lesbian Victorian Detective

The Whitechapel Whelk


The scene is Homophobe’s study at 221B Hetero Avenue in Whitechapel, East London. The great detective and insufferable bigot is breakfasting at a small table when his great friend and staunch assistant, Dr John Mincing, bursts into the room in a state of great excitement:

MINCING – I say Homophobe! There’s been a highly singular incident old friend. A young woman of some breeding has just confided in me that she has received a letter containing 6 pearls of exceeding beauty and value. What is more, the sender informs her that he craves an audience with the child. I shouldn’t be at all surprised if this whole business didn’t have a connection with a pact reached in India some years back which shall become known hereafter as The Sign Of Four! Come Homophobe, let’s not tarry, for time is clearly of the essence old friend!

HOMOPHOBE – You infernal pansy…

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