Concerned women, concerned about Allen, raise concerns concerning gays' concern with porn; concerned?
Predictably speaking about the "controversy" of openly gay actor Chad Allen appearing as a lead in a Christian film, the Concerned Women for America's Martha Kleder and Bob Knight today share this lovely interchange:
MARTHA KLEDER: And Bob, also, if children are on the Internet and want to learn more about the movie and Google "chad Allen," what are they likely to find?
BOB KNIGHT: Well Martha, they're gonna stumble onto a lot of homosexual-themed websites, and those lead to pornographic websites, so they may get more than they bargained for, which is one of our main concerns about having an openly homosexual actor play a Christian in a christian movie.
Well, first off...
...no you won't. Secondly and more importantly, however -- How dare you, Mr. Knight, once again paint "gay" and "porn" as if the two terms are synonymous, therefore further stigmatizing the "homosexual lifestyle" for your dedicated "pro-family" audience. You KNOW this a duplicitous generalization, which is used by your side to help your cause. Is there a lot of pron (leaving that error in honor of the Datalounge folk) in society? Well, judging by the massive success of the Paris Hilton sex tape, Colin Farrell sex tape, Pamela Anderson sex tape, and the fact that every single bachelor party we've ever attended has provided at least one "So wait -- you do that to her breasts?" moment for us, we would say that our hetero friends are just as on aboard, if not more so, than our porn-enjoying gay friends.
If you want to criticize the pornographic arts, Concerned Woman, then by all means, be our guest; but do not missionary position this as if it is a "gay problem." We are far too busy deflecting your blaming of us for destroying marriage, society, families, children, the Golden Globes, etc, for us to also have to fend off any more of your duplicity.
Now that that's out of the way, can one of our hetero friends please end our bachelor party confusion and tell us the point of "t***y f***ing?" Seriously, it couldn't be more foreign.
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