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'That Makes You Homosexual' Is The Best, Gayest One Direction Cover: VIDEO

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Serious hats off to the gents behind One Orientation's "That Makes You Homosexual", a loving homage to boy band One Direction's massive hit "What Makes You Beautiful."

It had me in stitches. These boys definitely speak the truth, Ruth.

Watch this hilarious parody AFTER THE JUMP.

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  1. "Manscape your junk....."
    Ha ha ha .....this is funny !!

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Jun 14, 2012 12:10:49 PM


  2. This was almost too funny. Thanks for making me smile and laugh this morning.

    Posted by: Phoenix Justice | Jun 14, 2012 12:17:35 PM


  3. Meh. Clunky and weird, and the guys aren't even that hot.

    Posted by: Alan | Jun 14, 2012 12:21:10 PM


  4. It's the next generation of "Which Backstreet Boy is Gay?" Personally, I don't find either funny, but I guess I'm in the minority.

    Posted by: Top to Bottom | Jun 14, 2012 12:30:45 PM


  5. The people who find this funny also like minstrel acts and blackface.

    Posted by: Ben | Jun 14, 2012 12:45:15 PM


  6. The people who find this funny also like minstrel acts and blackface.

    Posted by: Ben | Jun 14, 2012 12:45:22 PM


  7. Dedicated to Bryan Fischer in the name of God.

    Posted by: UFFDA | Jun 14, 2012 12:47:41 PM


  8. People that don't like this are probably still hoping that nobody can tell that they're gay in public. Stop being a nervous nellie.

    Posted by: Brandon | Jun 14, 2012 12:56:20 PM


  9. LOL you're ridiculous, Ben. This is as good-natured as a parody can get. It's harmless and funny and the guys in this are pretty vocal about their intentions with it, their like of One Direction as a group, etc.

    Get over yourself, girl.

    Posted by: Erik | Jun 14, 2012 12:59:11 PM


  10. Retarded, utterly unoriginal, embarrassing and not remotely funny. This is why straight people bash gays.

    Posted by: Joe | Jun 14, 2012 1:02:14 PM


  11. "The people who find this funny also like minstrel acts and blackface."

    Good lord. Get a sense of humor.

    Posted by: Markus Taylor | Jun 14, 2012 1:02:58 PM


  12. Cute guys, but awfully stereotypical. I don't do any of those things they talk about and I'm as gay as a garden party.

    Posted by: Seattle Mike | Jun 14, 2012 1:06:18 PM


  13. aww, it's cute; and those guys are adorable...

    Posted by: Kile Ozier | Jun 14, 2012 1:06:32 PM


  14. I just love it when gays think other people hate them because they did something wrong. How catholic. Have you ever, ever, ever entertained the thought that maybe just maybe certain people hate gays because their inherited bigotry make them hate pretty much anything they don't understand?

    Posted by: david | Jun 14, 2012 1:15:17 PM


  15. good fun and entertaining.

    Posted by: John Simpson | Jun 14, 2012 1:16:11 PM


  16. good fun and entertaining.

    Posted by: John Simpson | Jun 14, 2012 1:16:14 PM


  17. good fun and entertaining.

    Posted by: John Simpson | Jun 14, 2012 1:16:19 PM


  18. God bless you, DAVID. That's if you believe in God, of course.

    Well, thank you for your comment.

    Posted by: Derrick from Philly | Jun 14, 2012 1:18:49 PM


  19. This was very cute. But to me, the mixed reactions here underlines the problem we have with the portrayal of gays in the media--it's much more interesting for people to embrace the stereotypical traits of gays rather than accept the fact that there are gays walking among them, acting like normal people. That's why whenever the media covers a gay pride parade you see two things--the drag queens and the leather guys--not the millions of other men and women who look and act like "average" people.

    Posted by: larry | Jun 14, 2012 1:19:03 PM


  20. This was very cute. But to me, the mixed reactions here underlines the problem we have with the portrayal of gays in the media--it's much more interesting for people to embrace the stereotypical traits of gays rather than accept the fact that there are gays walking among them, acting like normal people. That's why whenever the media covers a gay pride parade you see two things--the drag queens and the leather guys--not the millions of other men and women who look and act like "average" people.

    Posted by: larry | Jun 14, 2012 1:19:10 PM


  21. This was very cute. But to me, the mixed reactions here underlines the problem we have with the portrayal of gays in the media--it's much more interesting for people to embrace the stereotypical traits of gays rather than accept the fact that there are gays walking among them, acting like normal people. That's why whenever the media covers a gay pride parade you see two things--the drag queens and the leather guys--not the millions of other men and women who look and act like "average" people.

    Posted by: larry | Jun 14, 2012 1:19:13 PM


  22. This was very cute. But to me, the mixed reactions here underlines the problem we have with the portrayal of gays in the media--it's much more interesting for people to embrace the stereotypical traits of gays rather than accept the fact that there are gays walking among them, acting like normal people. That's why whenever the media covers a gay pride parade you see two things--the drag queens and the leather guys--not the millions of other men and women who look and act like "average" people.

    Posted by: larry | Jun 14, 2012 1:19:55 PM


  23. This was very cute. But to me, the mixed reactions here underlines the problem we have with the portrayal of gays in the media--it's much more interesting for people to embrace the stereotypical traits of gays rather than accept the fact that there are gays walking among them, acting like normal people. That's why whenever the media covers a gay pride parade you see two things--the drag queens and the leather guys--not the millions of other men and women who look and act like "average" people.

    Posted by: larry | Jun 14, 2012 1:20:24 PM


  24. This was very cute. But to me, the mixed reactions here underlines the problem we have with the portrayal of gays in the media--it's much more interesting for people to embrace the stereotypical traits of gays rather than accept the fact that there are gays walking among them, acting like normal people. That's why whenever the media covers a gay pride parade you see two things--the drag queens and the leather guys--not the millions of other men and women who look and act like "average" people.

    Posted by: larry | Jun 14, 2012 1:20:24 PM


  25. This was very cute. But to me, the mixed reactions here underlines the problem we have with the portrayal of gays in the media--it's much more interesting for people to embrace the stereotypical traits of gays rather than accept the fact that there are gays walking among them, acting like normal people. That's why whenever the media covers a gay pride parade you see two things--the drag queens and the leather guys--not the millions of other men and women who look and act like "average" people.

    Posted by: larry | Jun 14, 2012 1:20:35 PM


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