‘Duck Dynasty’ creator Scott Gurney starred in indie ‘gay porn’ film
The producer and creator of the A&E show “Duck Dynasty” once starred in a dark, homoerotic indie film about the gay porn industry called “The Fluffer.”
BuzzFeed reported Friday that in 2001, Scott Gurney played a “gay-for-pay” meth addict who acts in erotic videos. The film premiered that year at the Toronto Film Festival.
“The Fluffer” revolved around the destructive relationship between Gurney’s character and a gay college student — played by Michael Cunio — employed to keep Gurney aroused on set during filming.
For now, noted BuzzFeed reporter Kate Arthur, the film remains proudly displayed on Gurney’s IMDB page.
The revelation provides an interesting — and some would say amusing — counterpoint to the media flap that has swept up around anti-LGBT and racist remarks by “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson...
The Guy Who Created "Duck Dynasty" Starred In A Movie About Gay Porn
That is why they tried to stiff Phill.
USA Today Columnist Calls Phil Robertson A “Cracker”
5 things we don't want under our Christmas tree
It’s that time of the year when newspapers — and many of us — get heavier. They’re jammed with Christmas-ad supplements containing hundreds of suggested gifts.
But, along with all of the lovely, thoughtful presents, what horrors could also lurk under your tree, yet to be unwrapped?
When I was a kid, socks and underwear were especially unwelcome, if seemingly inevitable, gifts. They elicited roughly the same response Ralphie had in A Christmas Story when he unwrapped that nightmare box that contained giant-rabbit pink pajamas. He’d been hoping for something a bit more manly: a BB gun.
I’ve been wading through hundreds of newspaper gift supplements and looking at cheesy TV commercials and online ads to find cringe-worthy Christmas gifts that would make a chunk of anthracite in a Christmas stocking seem like an improvement. [...]
5. Especially avoid one widely advertised item: the new “Redneck Wisdom Party Game.” In light of the past week’s headlines featuring anti-gay comments by cracker quacker Phil Robertson, this gift of alleged “wisdom” seems inappropriate (to some, at least). By the way, the Chia people dodged a big bullet (or shotgun blast) this month: Two of the Duck Boys are featured on new Chia pets this year — but not, luckily, ‘eccentric’ ol’ Phil. Plus, aren’t these boys’ beards bushy enough already?
Until the one finishes destroying all of the Christian ones.
Originally Posted by Elspeth
It ain't just the lefties:
Originally Posted by Retread
Right at holiday time, a Muslim “charity” in Toronto has started a highly offensive advertising campaign in the Toronto subway declaring Jesus is no God. Just for a micro-second, imagine what hell would break loose if a Christian group on the eve of Ramadan (or heck, any day of the year), sponsored subway ads declaring Mohammed was no prophet.
Actually, that’s a trick question because the Toronto Transit Commission would never permit such an ad to be posted.