Watch LMFAO's Thoroughly Gay New Music Video

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LMFAO's latest music video, "Sexy and I Know It," is a little queer. OK, a lot queer. (Simon Rex has a cameo, along with adult-film-institution-unto-himself Ron Jeremy.)

I can't wait for the Family Research Council to give it the detailed breakdown: "And this is where DJ Redfoo defiles American values by flapping his male anatomy in a speedo."


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  1. Simon Rex was a gay porn star? I thought he only performed solo. Huh.

    Posted by: John | Sep 17, 2011 2:06:00 PM

  2. Sumo was more of a jackoff artist than a porn star. I certainly enjoyed his work and wish he'd do more.

    Posted by: Jerry | Sep 17, 2011 2:20:17 PM

  3. Wilmer Valderrama! HOT! Great video btw. Don't the AFA or the FRC are gonna like it much. Too bad for them.

    Posted by: jamal49 | Sep 17, 2011 2:20:29 PM

  4. Don't be so precious, John. You know that those solo Rex videos were for the gay market. That makes him a gay porn star.

    Posted by: Dan | Sep 17, 2011 2:24:11 PM

  5. @John - my thoughts exactly.

    Posted by: Craig | Sep 17, 2011 2:25:08 PM

  6. Solo is gay.

    Posted by: hmhm | Sep 17, 2011 2:39:43 PM

  7. Isn't that "Fes" from That 70's Show in the black vest that first appears at 0:00:28?

    Posted by: Peater | Sep 17, 2011 3:48:45 PM

  8. Why is everyone arguing about Simon Rex? Ron JJeremy is definitely NOT a gay porn star . . . .

    Posted by: McCoysMarketNY | Sep 17, 2011 4:27:24 PM

  9. How is anything about this video gay?

    Posted by: The Iron Orchard | Sep 17, 2011 6:17:41 PM

  10. I don't think it's gay at all.

    Posted by: allan | Sep 17, 2011 6:50:17 PM

  11. I think towleroad is confusing male bodies with homosexuality. Unless there are male-male interactions, it's not gay.

    Honestly, it's basic logic. Male bodies are not gay. Gay men do not own the concept of admiring male bodies. Reading gay into male bodies is the product of a sad, wasted mind.

    Posted by: jason | Sep 17, 2011 6:58:43 PM

  12. Also, have you noticed how the homophobes of hip-hop have moved into the dance music genre lately? Dance music seems to have been overtaken by sleazy straight guys (who have a fetish for girl-girl action) and women who claim to be bisexual (for the benefit of these guys). I've especially noticed this in a number of music videos.

    Notice how, since the age of Madonna, a number of female performers in the dance music genre have claimed to be bisexual. They've even been allowed to suggest their supposed bisexuality in their music videos. Male performers, in contrast, have generally not been allowed to do this. Radio has also embraced bisexual females but not bisexual males.

    You really have to wonder why the GLBT community has stayed silent on this. What's going on? We really need to focus a lot of our attention on the music industry with its blatant homophobia towards male-male sexuality as is indicative within the bisexual double standard.

    Make no mistake, Madonna is partly to blame.

    Posted by: jason | Sep 17, 2011 7:08:45 PM

  13. Jason LMFAO is not Hip-Hop they have always made house and dance tracks since the beginning. They have been out for about 5 years now so don't get them mixed in with Hip Hop. Yes they are more Hip Hop artist now doing house and dance, but you cant lump LMFAO in that category at all.

    Posted by: Whatsup | Sep 17, 2011 7:29:42 PM

  14. Oh lord, leave it to the weirdos on here to twist a dumb piece of fluff into a major treatise on everything from Madonna to the state of mankind.

    Posted by: Karl | Sep 17, 2011 7:32:07 PM

  15. Guys in speedos dancing while being admired by a group of other guys...Yes, it can be seen as just heterosexual horseplay or male bonding. It could also be read as homoerotic. I think that is the point of the post. Maybe. But it's LMAFO in speedos. Who cares? :D

    Posted by: Candy Cooch | Sep 17, 2011 7:40:55 PM

  16. It's about male attraction to male bodies. Gay enuf for me. So what if some of the guys looking may have stronger attraction to females

    Posted by: Just_a_guy | Sep 17, 2011 8:17:32 PM

  17. Or if most of the guys looking don't have it in them to ever really want more than that moment of admiration

    Posted by: Just_a_guy | Sep 17, 2011 8:28:07 PM

  18. They all still want at least that moment of admiration. Refreshingly honest. In a stupidly fearful culture, this is edgy sh**. and sexy playful good

    Posted by: Just_a_guy | Sep 17, 2011 8:41:27 PM

  19. Since when has the concept of men admiring men's bodies been "edgy" or gay? Men have always admired men's bodies. It's only in the last 20 or so years that gay men have attempted to own the concept of admiring men's bodies. Liberals are also to blame due to the fact that they hate the concept of masculinity.

    Memo to gay men and liberals: you don't own anything. You have attempted to twist male body admiration into a gay-owned notion but you will not be allowed to succeed.

    Posted by: jason | Sep 17, 2011 10:17:35 PM

  20. Jason, you don't own masculinity. Let masculinity be broad, man. Why ya gotta think so narrow? That ain't good for masculinity.

    Posted by: Just_a_guy | Sep 17, 2011 10:38:56 PM

  21. Amen Karl. My thoughts exactly.

    Posted by: Willbesurfing | Sep 17, 2011 11:10:53 PM

  22. My WASPy self watched with a feeling of deep unease.

    Posted by: JR | Sep 17, 2011 11:55:23 PM

  23. I lost count of how many ways this is wrong somewhere around 47. JUST WRONG. Ron Jeremy doesn't even enter into the wrongness of this equation, that's how wrong this is.

    Posted by: Jerry | Sep 18, 2011 2:35:22 AM

  24. very Right Said Fred

    Posted by: blakfoxx | Sep 18, 2011 8:49:24 AM

  25. Did anyone else think that the package flapping looked just a liiiiittle bit CGIed? Kinda ironic considering how the song is all about how proud of his body he is.

    Posted by: Pyre | Sep 18, 2011 9:34:42 AM

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