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02/01/2010

Smart Alec's brother fosters more dim views

by Jeremy Hooper

201002010835-1His brother may be palling around with Liz Lemon. But for Stephen Baldwin, suggesting that lezzes are themselves lemons is still the order of the anti-gay day.

Gays should "change" and marry heterosexuals. Gay friends should just "not go there" when talking to Stephen. And civil recognition of same-sex partnerships are out-of-line because they "impact on the majority." All this and more from Pauly Shore's onetime Bio-Dome co-star:

STEPHEN BALDWIN PRAISES 'EX-GAYS', CONDEMNS GAY MARRIAGE [Towle]

No word on Frank Stallone or Jim Hanks' views.

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What's sort of depressing is, Stephen Baldwin used to be one of the most gay-friendly actors in Hollywood, and now he's parroting a line of BS from the homobigot handbook.
And I thought that scene from "Threesome" was one of the hottest love scenes I'd ever seen-I saw that movie three times. I hope Josh Charles hasn't gone insane too.

Posted by: Bill S | Feb 1, 2010 9:05:21 AM

Ha! I was *wondering* when someone was gonna' bring up with movie in the face of Stephen's evangelical ways. ;o) I first saw 3-some during my first year in college back in 1997. My F.H. at the time recommended it to me...

But, I must admit, when I read, late last night, that Stephen was stoopid enough to say that we should stop seeking equality because it would have an "impact on the majority"! Is he serious?! Yeah, Stephen, I'm sure that the racists of the South thought the same way.

But, then again, I'd rather hang with your brother, Billy--he seems like more fun, anyway; and, I've heard over the years that he's VERY well endowed, which has earned him the name, "Big Billy Baldwin"!

Posted by: Wade MacMorrighan | Feb 1, 2010 11:03:07 AM

Wow, Bill, I had NO idea that Stephen was supposed to be one of the most homo-friendly actors in Hollywood! 'Course, he used to be buff, too! What happened with that? And, your right, that scene from Threesome was really one of the sexier love-scenes that I've ever seen.

Posted by: Wade MacMorrighan | Feb 1, 2010 11:08:27 AM

Well, we're talking mid-90's, which is when "Threesome" came out.
Ever since he stopped showing his bare ass in movies, he's been trying to make up for it with the other end.

Posted by: Bill S | Feb 1, 2010 4:19:25 PM

He's so desperate to hang on to his Z-list celebrity status. Yawn.

Posted by: homer | Feb 1, 2010 8:23:33 PM

Sadly, he's trying to stay a star any way he can... and right now sprouting the garbage he does will make him a star to the gay haters...

Posted by: Zach | Feb 2, 2010 1:29:33 AM

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