Although 14-year-olds in Britain who would rather not be propositioned by dirty old men are a different matter to him, Peter Tatchell's international human rights and humanitarian concerns may very well be real.
In fact, I have no doubt that they are.
But he always seems to pick the ones that best accord with the neoconservative agenda at the given time.
He wanted to bomb Libya. How did that work out?
Moreover, crashing a speech about women's rights in order to make it about himself is the kind of thing that puts both the "old" and the "queen" into "old queen".
Aren't things supposed to have moved on from that?