Methinks Kirk Cameron Doth Protest Too Much In His New ‘All Gays Are Going To Hell’ Video
Homosexuals — Kirk Cameron wants you to know you’re all going to hell. He’s not going to sugar coat it for you. He travelled all the way to San Francisco — city famous for its hot sourdough buns and even more famous for its hot man-buns — because really, could there be a more appropriate backdrop for a two minute YouTube video about the “de-rooted tree of the sinful nature?” I think not. Here’s a picture of that tree, in case you’re drawing a blank:
Kirk Cameron and his mustachioed partner in Christ took to the streets of San Francisco to talk about — honestly I’m not even sure. This video is a clusterfuck of epic proportions. It’s also comedic gold. I think the gist is that we all have a sinful nature, but only certain sin is bad? Mustachioed man says, “we’re not homophobic, we’re sin-o-phobic.” I might be offended by this if I actually believed there was a hell, such a thing as “sinning,” or cared what Kirk Cameron thought about anything — but fortunately, I do not. So I am able to sit back and appreciate the video in all of it’s ridiculous glory.
The description of the video is, “Kirk Cameron teaches you how to talk to a gay.”Â I think he comes out at the end of it? Not sure. Some disco music chimes in and sort of cuts him off.
The guy in the video who looks like he’s been frozen in ice since 1976 is Ray Comfort. He’s a Christian creationist and televangelist, who once used the banana as “proof” of God’s “intelligent design of the natural world.” He says of the banana:
Notice how gracefully it sits over the human hand… It’s just the right shape for the human mouth…Â it’s even curved toward the face to make the whole process so much easier. Seriously, Kirk, the whole of creation testifies to the genius of God’s creation.”
Oooh. That was hot. So these two are totally doing it, right?
Of course they’re not! They’re just two dudes, cruisin’ around the streets of San Francisco in a convertible, stalking gay men, and taking in gorgeous views of the bay.
No big whoop.