Demetri Marchessini, a Greek businessman who has previously given £10,000 to UKIP, today published an open letter in the Daily Telegraph claiming the word "homophobic" cannot "be found in any dictionary".
He's really, really, angry about the etymology of the word "homophobic".
(Cambridge University Press' dictionary seems to disagree.)
He also insists that historic bans on sodomy did not stop men falling in love.
So who's the man behind all this?
But his magnum opus remains this 104 page book on the perils of women wearing trousers.
He's very angry about women wearing trousers.
Last year Demetri Marchessini told the BBC's Ross Hawkins that he would no longer give money to UKIP.
After being criticised for saying unmarried mothers should be "given a good smack" he explained that the donations weren't worth the effort: "There's been such a fuss about what I've given it's a bore."