‘Good Times’ Actor J.J. Walker: I’m Against Gay Marriage and I’ll Be Seen as an Idiot For It

Actor J.J. Walker, star of the 70's sitcom Good Times, appeared on CNN to plug his memoir titled after his 'GT' catchphrase 'Dyn-o-mite', and was asked about his stance on gay marriage:

WalkerCNN: You're also against gay marriage.

Walker: Yeah I am. There's just certain traditions that need to be upheld. I'll give you the other side of it, no it doesn't affect me, no it doesn't change my life. There's just traditions that need to be dealt with. I'm a believer that gay marriage should be passed because the battle is not worth the war. The gay lobby is very loud. I'm totally against it. In 100 years from now, people are going to go, 'Who was against gay marriage?' And I'll be one of those idiots and say, 'That's me.' I'm just against it on moral grounds, that's it. I'm as much a heathen as anybody. I just don't believe on moral grounds it should be done. I don't like it, I don't accept it.

Comments

  1. kranbree says

    Trying to figure out what the purpose if this post is. I really don’t understand why it would matter what stance JJ Walker has on gay marriage. Am I missing the significance here?

  2. PAUL B. says

    @Kranbree…I’m with you on this. You’re not missing a thing…except maybe how low even gay folk will go for a headline. I just wish we were better than that.

  3. Jim Stone says

    Moral grounds J.J.? Whose morals are we talking about? Marrying the person that you love and wanting to spend the rest of your life together seems pretty “moral” in my book. Or tell me..should that person remain alone of perhaps marry a person of the opposite sex just to make it “look right?”
    Why in the world is CNN interviewing a “has been” sitcom star from the 70’s and asking him his views on same sex marriage? Does anyone really care what this guy thinks??

  4. Tim says

    It’s a comment on the changing mindset of a generation. Even 5 years ago, he probably wouldn’t have acknowledged his stupidity on the matter. He does so now. THAT’s why it’s a worthy story. He says so himself, he has no good reason to oppose it, he just does. I’d imagine that is why many people his age have the ideas they have. Why many of our parents or older relatives would potentially oppose it if it weren’t for them having us in their lives. Lucky folk that they are.

  5. Jerry says

    The best part of this is that he either thinks he’ll be remembered 100 years from now or that he’ll still be around and people will be asking his opinion.

  6. Jerry says

    Let’s not make too much of it though, he probably doesn’t care one way or another. But coming out anti gay marriage gets you mentioned on tv and blogs. No such thing as bad publicity.

  7. Francis says

    Sorry JJ, but “I don’t like it on moral grounds” is simply not a reason at all to deny legal couples equality. I do agree with Tim that the fact he realizes he has no real reason why he feels the way he does and he recognizes he’s going to be seen as an idiot is a testament to how things are changing. People are being held accountable for their ignorant ways of thinking and as this irrelevant actor highlights, being against marriage equality solely because “I don’t like it” is not enough anymore.

  8. Tifton says

    This is from a guy who is an open about his being a consumer of (hetero) porn. I wonder if the porn thing is somehow part of his “moral grounds” against marriage equality.

    On a kind of related subject: The self-management guru Stephen Covey died today. Covey in 1996 publicly campaigned against marriage equality in Hawaii (where there was at the time a prospect that it would be legalized there). I’ve been boycotting Covey’s books and FranklinCovey stores and products ever since. (Covey was Mormon, by the way.)

    History will not treat Covey or Walker kindly. At least Walker sounds like he’s aware that that is the case.

  9. woodroad34 says

    I agree with Tim. JJ is “evolving”–it’s just that his mind can’t function at a quicker rate. He sounds like a very tired and bitter old comic. He wasn’t that great in the first place and “Good Times” was his 15 minutes of fame (even though it lasted 6 seasons, I think). Odd he should have these views since Norman Lear made him famous.

  10. John says

    I don’t get all the criticism.

    He said he thinks gay marriage should be passed.

    Yes, he’s opposed to it on moral grounds, but he still said it should be passed. That is what our goal should be. Making people set aside their own moral opposition and allow same-sex marriage. We are wasting our time trying to make people like it or not have moral objections, but those people will hold those objections regardless. No one is exected to morally agree with the law; if that were the case, our tax code would suggest we are very morally questionable.

  11. simon says

    He clearly said it doesn’t affect him.
    “I’m a believer that gay marriage should be passed”
    He supports legalizing gay marriage though he doesn’t accept it on moral grounds.
    I see nothing wrong with it. One can agree to disagree.

  12. graphicjack says

    DY-NO-MITE! Another celebrity or relative-of-celebrity comes out against equal marriage. This quote is weird, though, because he’s basically saying it should pass, even if he doesn’t agree with it. It’s hard to really fault him… if only all our opponents could say, I don’t like it, but pass it anyway.

  13. simon says

    His position is the same as the Republican senator in New York who voted for gay marriage. He also said he believes only in “one man one woman” marriage. Actually it is kind of courageous that he did the right thing despite the fact he disagreed with it.

  14. Icebloo says

    I don’t think we have to wait 100 years to say this guy is an idiot. We can say it now.

    Basically what he says is he’s against gay marriage but he doesn’t really know why. What a moron !

    Why are black men so scared of gay people ? What’s gone wrong with education in this country ?

  15. John says

    MCNNYC, that’s a highly inappropriate comment. I take great offense to it. I know you’re literate enough to read the post so you can easily answer your own question. Your comment was nothing more than a chance to take a racist potshot at a black person.

    If we, as a community, are unwilling to help the black community, whether gay or straight, why should they want to help us? Even if your initial response to that question is “well they are anti-gay,” I should hope that you’d be willing to be the bigger person.

  16. Markt says

    His statement is actually a perfect definition of prejudice. He realizes that logic requires equality but doesn’t question his belief that it’s wrong.

  17. Red Velvet says

    I’m sooo sick of being told black homophobia doesnt exist. BULL!

    Blacks are THE most vocal anti gays in todas society an the biggest hypocrites too

  18. says

    Black straight men are some of the most sexual in nature. Most comment an think about sex in incredibly vulgar ways. Most black straight men you work with or surround yourself with make terrible remarks about wanting to sleep with as many women as they can. Yet when it comes to our rights and out lives, they suddenly turn all angelic. Lets call a spade a spade.

  19. SaySong says

    But I’m sure he doesnt mind lsurening to hip hop music where every single music videos consists of video hos in thongs dancing at black strip clubs for perverted men.

  20. kdknyc says

    Objecting to The Gay seems to be a tiresome trend among many of the washed up has-beens from the 70’s and 80’s. I agree with others here–it’s just to get publicity but at the least makes them look desperate, out-of-date, and rather unintelligent.

    And the current generation’s reaction to them is: “Who?”

  21. Carlos says

    ICEBLOO- i agree. And the black communities prejudice toward gays has NOTHING to do with morality, if morality was so important to that community they wouldnt have the highest rate of pregnancy put of wed lock, drug use, CRIME and so much worse. If the black community truly cared about morality they’d start in their own homes first and clean up the MESS in their own communities, which they never take acountability for an instead blame everyone around them.

    And I say that as a Latino who has lived in neighborhoods with a high concentation of black people and observed that behavior.

  22. Dynex says

    Why John? Why does the gay community need to constantly be the ‘bigger person’ in wake of overwhelming (often violent) forms of black homophobia? Because the black community has a sense of entitlement and you demand we as gays answer to you and obey you? That will never happen. The African American community has lost the respect of the LGBT community for their own homophobia which they themselves have to answer for. The gay community is not responsible for the vile hate blacks have agaist us. Their sense of entitlement demands we apologize to them for their homophobia. Please Child. Go get yourself a reality check and have a slice of humble pie while you’re at it.

  23. Real Talk says

    I’m black and I’m honestly tired of hearin about how the gay community gotta beg us for getting their civil and human rights. When we got 45 anti gay crimes here in D.C in a few months and all but one was committed by blacks, we’re told to not ever mention black peeps are behind it. But then black people turnin around and saying “y’all better come get on your knees and ask us to grant you rights” …. I agree with commentator above. That is a case of entitlement. Maybe if the gay leaders would take the black community to task for their homophobia, black people would think twice next time they put their homophobia on blast. As it stands, gay people be so scared to be called a racist they never call out a black homophobe. And I’m a black can get and lemme tell you- black homophobia is real and needs some REAL addressing. Black gays I know are too dang busy calling white gays racist instead of calling out the homophobia in our people.

  24. says

    @ Real Talk

    Thank you for that very honest and candid, and realistic point of view. It’s often very hard to get black gay folks to not be bias, and recognize the unwavering homophobia that consists within their community. I feel if they focused their energy more on ironing out the disdain for gays in the black community, instead of sitting on the side lines and fixating on the gay community, maybe there would be some resolve. Until then, they are preaching for unrealistic expectations from gays while not wanting to make the black community ucomfortable.

  25. antisaint says

    He didn’t say anything about crossing the streets when a gay man approaches, or bringing back sodomy laws. He only said he doesn’t agree with gay marriage.

    He also said it should be legalized, despite his personal feelings on the morality of it. There are people of ALL RACES in our country who disagree with “the homosexual lifestyle” because of their religious beliefs who are in support of marriage equality.

    There really was NO NEED to bring race up on this topic. None. At all. Those of you who did should be ashamed of yourselves.

    I fail to see what ONE MAN’s opinion has to do with anyone else who happens to have the same skin color as he. Get over yourselves. Jimmy Walker makes an “I” statement and suddenly he represents everybody, right?

    Minds get changed one at a time. What are you doing to help change someone’s mind?

  26. luke says

    Not sure why people are being so upset at him, he’s someone who has his own opinion, contrary to ours, but has no intention to fight it apparently. That’s pretty much a win for us.

    His stance is similar to mine in regards to marijuana legalisation. In a generation or so after its legalisation it will probably inured into society and all the fears of the potential problems it could cause to minors and adults alike will have eroded, but I still don’t care for it being around.

  27. Jonathan says

    You’ll all find out about gay marriage when you’re in one. The straight world is not waiting for you with open arms. So, unless you’re a rich celebrity, good luck raising your “family.” And try not to get bored with each other’s assholes. Please try and hide what’s “off” about your relationship. It’s your job to pretend Gay Marriage is wonderful, and be thankful you don’t live in Nazi Germany, Not cool for such a thing. But that was in the past anyway!! Like the’70’s. And don’t bash the black man. Obama is black, and taken a lot of gay $$$$$$$$. The most smug find out the hard way. That’s life.

  28. Aiden Raccoon says

    Yep, he just an idiot. At least he realizes it. He’s like what, 60 years old and still says “Dyn-o-mite” like it hasn’t went out of style.

  29. AngelaChanning says

    Well, we now have the trifecta of has-beens against marriage equality: Chuck Norris, Kirk Cameron, and now Jimmy J. Walker.

    If we do hear from Abe Vigoda, my guess is he will be pro marriage equality. :-)

  30. Wyett Earp says

    Who is giving these has been a platform to voice their opinions? They should stay quiet and let everyone remember their best work from yesteryears. Now they open their mouths and prove to us why they could never find another gig.

  31. Scott Johansen says

    It fascinates me that in todays society, everything is turned into racism by black people. Even if it’s not racist, subtle racism is created out of thin air and the black community demands apology, or even someones firing.

    When a black person comes on television and says being gay is immoral and they want to deny thousands of rights to LOVING grown adults in loving relationships, we as a community are told that it’s just their opinion and atleast he wouldn’t beat a gay person for being gay.

    Really? So looking at a black person the Wrong way makes you subject for being called racist but unless a black person says they want to beat us: their form of prejudice isn’t THAT bad.

    The double standard in term of racism and homophobia in this country is shameful and often stemmed by homophobic black people quick to pull out the race card, but even quicker to belitle gays.

  32. TomJck says

    I was around when Good Times was still a ground breaking sitcom. Many good and bad things about it are clearer today. The negative was, unfortunately JJ’s character on the show, which he had nothing to do with. Bamboozled.

    The good was the healthy family and love and realistic portrayal of a struggling black family in the ’70’s, although most grit removed, still much honesty left in the characters. If only it could have shown more truth and grit.

    But JJ, he was the target, more than anyone else on that show. Seen as a sort of minstrel, freak that became the focus of hatred of both liberals (at the time) and racists. There was absolutely nothing wrong with JJ’s character. He was somewhat funny, and sadly, would be even less accepted today.

    When I was in school, the talk was “JJ is gay! meaning homosexual, not just “corny.”

    The guy has suffered so much, and was so brave, I can’t resent him.

    I think he deserves some more emancipation. Let’s reach out and offer it to him.

  33. Reality 101 says

    The black community cares about ONE thing and ONE thing only….. Themselves.
    The entire world knows that black don’t give a flying blank about anyone but themselves. They never did. They never will. Their entire mentality revolves around using other people to benefit themselves. They see the tiumph of every other demographic: be it Latino, or gays, or immigrants, as a threat on them and playing the tired victim card.
    The world is finally recognizing their pattern of selfishness and gays are beibg forced to accept the reality that is the self revolved black man

  34. Jonathan says

    You’ll all find out about gay marriage when you’re in one. The straight world is not waiting for you with open arms. So, unless you’re a rich celebrity, good luck raising your “family.” And try not to get bored with each other’s assholes. Please try and hide what’s “off” about your relationship. It’s your job to pretend Gay Marriage is wonderful, and be thankful you don’t live in Nazi Germany, Not cool for such a thing. But that was in the past anyway!! Like the’70’s. And don’t bash the black man. Obama is black, and taken a lot of gay $$$$$$$$. The most smug find out the hard way. That’s life.

  35. Michelle- New Orleans says

    Anti Saint-

    Of course the gay community and the immigrant community will take notice and call out the blatant hypocrisy of blacks vocally expressing resistence to the advancement and equality of other groups of people. No group in this country is more insular than the African American segment. They are the loudest about being treated fair, civil rights, and tolerance. Yet they are the most obvious and often majority of voice against our rights a respect. OF COURSE that opens them up for criticism and rightly so. A person who preaches fairness for themselves, but is first in line to unairly treat another deserves to be called out for their bigotry. Narassictic bigotry at that. Please don’t expect the gay community to put our heads in the sand and be blind to what we observe on a daily basis just so you don’t feel uncomfortable. Maybe it’s time for the black community to finally feel uncomfortable for their brand of homophobia.

  36. Nino says

    I actually don’t mind this. He knows he’s outdated; he knows he’s on the wrong side of history. And he actually said the words “I don’t like it.” That’s misguided but honest. The words “moral” and “tradition” aside, Mr. Walker bases his opposition on his own sheer prejudice. He doesn’t mask it through some interpretation of an ancient book or some notion of “the natural order” as other homophobes do. This, I can work with.

  37. AJ says

    NINO, no matter how he justifies it, it’s still wrong and evil to be against an opressed community. Just because you’re honest about your homophobia does not make it less hateful and wrong. Don’t ever attempt to convince anyone otherwise

  38. Gregory says

    Thank you Blacks for making comments. It’s the only way to shut down these nervous nelly gays, who all think the answer lies in them “getting married” and thinking that they are a “minority group.” Since when? You just WANT something. You think “equality” will bring respectability. You don’t know shi- about not having equality. You’ll always be at the bottom of any social scale, regardless of how the magic media can warp it.

  39. Marylandite says

    I actually own my own company and through my many experiences of hiring black employees, i’ve come to first hand see and live the rapid and almost militant homophobia that exists by black people. From our many experiences at our office, our black employees were very opinionated and expressive in sharing their discomfort with gays. When my managers would request they honor our civil work code, they’d be up in arms and quite frankly, it’s at a point where we do avoid the hiring of black staff when we can. You can call it racist all you want, but instead, that community needs to start educating their own. Most black people will get offended that you dare correct their homophobia or suggest there is a time & place. That speaks to a cultural issue that exists and it’s not the job of GLBT to pretend it doesn’t, or ignore it.

  40. Kevin Acosta says

    @ Gregory

    There’s more of you black people in jail than in society. Virtually every negative statistic has black inidividuals on top of it. Crime rate, to drug abuse, drop out rates to ruining neighborhoods. And whether Latino like me, or Asians, whites, or even Middle Easterns…. We all know the trouble you all cause. I assure you, whites are not the only people who recognize the pattern of destructive behavior in the black comunity. Some of the most anti black people I know are my latino family and friends. Because unlike you all, we WORK for a living. We don’t constantly have our hand out for freebies. As another poster said, fix the mess with your community before talking about others.

  41. antisaint says

    The problem, Michelle and Scott, is that unlike the overwhelming majority of other people who go on TV and say similar things to what he said, is that he did NOT say gays shouldn’t be denied anything. He said he personally disagrees, but that an anti-gay battle is not a battle worth fighting and marriage equality should be legalized. Would race or gender come up if a conservative white woman said the same thing on television?

    I never said anything about the existence of homophobia in the black community one way or another, although I do believe it’s something that should be called out.

    But in this instance, “Homophobia in the Black Community” wasn’t on the table for discussion, it was dropped onto it just because someone black spoke on television, and in this case, he agrees to disagree AND says we should have our rights. Some of the comments here read as if they didn’t even hear what he actually said. If “agree to disagree” means

  42. Red Velvet says

    Gregory,
    First, I’d work on black fathers actually learning how to father their own children and not running away from the many children they producr out of welock by multiple women. I’d think you all need to focus on your own family values before even daring to comment on ours.

  43. AngelaChanning says

    Tomjck, I don’t mean to sound flippant, but how has Jimmie J. Walker suffered? Was he ill? Drugs? Being friends with Ann Coulter? Frankly, he had a good run on a popular TV show and if he invested his money wisely, it would not matter if he was a has-been. I just don’t recall him having suffered.

  44. Hamed says

    AntiSaint,
    You have a right to be as complacent toward equality as you wish. Whereas you strictly care about rights, a majority of the gay population cares about our respect. We don’t and won’t sit idle with the expression of ‘love the sinner hate the sin’… No, we resent being called a sinner and our expression of love called a sin. YOU may have gotten used to that. And people thinking you’re a filthy homosexual cesspool while they smile to your face, but the rest of us will challenge then educate those who believe we are morally wrong. YOU choose to accept it. Please don’t think you have power over our community for refusing to be as indifferent to homophobia as you choose to be. Our community is far too galvanized fr that.

  45. says

    Antisaint.

    If our gay and lesbian leaders of yesteryear thought like you (oh they thinks gays are repulsive? Oh well. Just don’t kill me and we’ll be fine) we wouldnt be where we are today. If gay elected officials didn’t have the conversation about who are people are with other law makers and demanded they open their minds and challenged them on their narrow views, gay rights would not even be relevant today. It took gays sticking their necks out and taking to task thos who believe we’re morally wrong to have the white house for the first time in history achknowledge our people, and it’s going to take challenging the notion that we’re morally bankrupt to force people to open their minds. You already gave up, but not everyone is as defeated as you choose to be.

  46. says

    ANTISAINT,
    Legal victories in our rights toward equality in court rooms, while hugely wonderful, are not what make the livelihood of our people fully joyous. What brings joy to the life of most joy is the acceptance and full support of our loved ones. What makes our gay kids not kill themselves is when their peers don’t think they are morally evil. Whereas for you all you want are benefits that help your life; and seemingly getting gay rights for yourself will do that, many other gay people are working hard for a mental shift in changing people’s minds who think being gay is wrong. We don’t simply want to grab equal rights but not equal respect. We want respect in the streets too an that only occurs when you are willing to tell people they are wrong, and cite why they are wrong for believing gay is wrong. Kicking rocks and shrugging it off as ‘agree to disagree’ does more disservice to our plight than anything, and actually encourage said homophobe to not dare question their homophobia.

  47. Fahd says

    Shouldn’t he apologize for continuing the tradition of Amos and Andy into the 1970s. My racist uncle thought he was the funniest N* on TV.

    I haven’t thought of him in decades, I doubt he has any influence in the black community, I’m not buying his book, and I don’t care what he thinks.

    However, I do wish there were more organized gay rights organizations that were specific to the African American community. There certainly is a large enough base of successful gay African-Americans to support and build such organizations. Maybe Obama could address homophobia in the African-American community as a special issue in his second term.

  48. Alexx says

    I loved the tv show Good Times, but since when has being stubborn and obstinate been a “moral ground”?

    Such a stand can be used for any past social norm, such as women’s rights, slavery, and and Jim Crow.

    At least hes honest, albeit seemingly confused in his explanation.

  49. Caliban says

    This isn’t really a huge surprise. Jimmie Walker is BFFs with Ann Coulter, so what do you expect? (Yeah, yeah, he said go ahead and pass it because it’s not worth the “war,” but if you’re expecting me to CLAP for that in light of his other words, don’t hold your breath.)

    Look, there’s a lot of work to be done about homophobia in the black community, but JJ Walker was speaking for JJ Walker and no one else. If you want to get up in arms about someone, how about the black PASTORS who ARE saying they speak for ALL religious black people AND preach homophobia from the pulpit or how about about blaming some of the approximately 50,000 WHITE homophobes who seem to open their big fat mouths on a daily basis?!

    Jimmie Walker isn’t homophobic because he’s black, he’s homophobic because he’s an idiotic conservative a-hole.

    But I’m gonna be PISSED if John Amos says he’s against gay marriage because I’ve had a crush on him since the 1970s.

  50. Armando says

    WOW! The racism on this board is shocking and before you start arguing that it’s not racism, believing that everyone in a racial group is the same is the definition of racism. There is as much diversity in the black community as there is in the gay community. Just because you know black people are like that doesn’t mean they are all like that.

    ANTISAINT did say it well.

  51. says

    I’m probably one of the most rational posters for years on here and pride myself in being logical and here’s my take on the topic of black homophobia:

    Yes. If you frequent various gay blogs, there is a general sense of frustration and seemingly resentment by gays/lesbians of all backgrounds who see the repetivtiveness of a considerable amount of black people speaking against gay people. There’s only so much you can corner a segment of the population before they start getting reactionary. And truthfully, I don’t think the LGBT community is flawed for bringing to attention homophobia they consistently observe from black people. I’d argue, it’s healthy to a degree. The conversation certainly needs to be had, and I would cosign the idea of prominent black LGBT doing so in the black community, in a ar broader sense than they are. Latino gays are doing a terrific job of targetting and educating their own people with hundreds of Latino + Gay coalitions across the country. I think the gay community often feels heterosexual black people don’t show any regard for them an gay black people couldn’t care less about acknowledging black homophobia. So what happens in turn is —-gay people react. Again, I don’t think they are at fault for that. Just my personal opinion.

  52. GoTar says

    I agree with others. He was never talented or funny on that show. I watched it recently and it was obvious, he was just playing himself. His character was ridiculous made more ridiculous by his stereotypical caricature act.

  53. LesbianDiva says

    Armondo,
    Wish there was actually as much diversity in the black community as you claim. There’s not. In terms of homophobia, it’s wide spread. Go read some of the thousands of articles dedicate to the African American reaction to President Obama simply stating he’s for gay marriage. Then go read the comments by black contributors in those many articles (many signing of with their facebook pages)
    I too was one to defend against the notion that homophobia in the black community is widespread but facts speak for themselve and I too have faced the reality. I really don’t believe enough, if anything, of a concentrated effort is put in resolving black homophobia. I have my own theories why, but that’s a different conversation.

  54. LesbianDiva says

    ANTISAINT,

    I and most self respecting people I know don’t walk away from someone who thinks being gay is wrong. We engage them and confront them. Because w have pride in ourselves as people. Don’t tell the gay community how to handle homophobia when you’re simply willing to walk away from it.

  55. antisaint says

    My feelings have nothing to do with being complacent or thinking a civil stalemate is “good enough.” If every Christian in the nation were to make the same statement he did, and further help legalize marriage equality, it still wouldn’t be “good enough.”

    The civil rights movement of the 60’s provided black people with rights *on paper,* but it didn’t mean the sudden end of racism. It didn’t mean everyone suddenly got on swimmingly. People were still mistreated and lost their lives for the color of their skin. It took time — years, decades — for the acceptance that has come to get here, and in some places and some circles there is still a ways to go yet.

    That kind of change comes from me showing my fellow man, “This is what a homosexual is. This is how he feels. This is what he wants,” and helping him to put away preconceived notions. Helping him to see and understand that my bedroom activity is not an acceptable way to define me, just like the color of a person’s skin is an unacceptable way to define a person.

    Surely you realize the correlation between support for gays and the number of people who know a gay person?

    Homophobia may exist in the black community, but our fight for equality isn’t bound by race. Maybe the person whose eyes you could help open is a black person.

  56. antisaint says

    My feelings have nothing to do with being complacent or thinking a civil stalemate is “good enough.” If every Christian in the nation were to make the same statement he did, and further help legalize marriage equality, it still wouldn’t be “good enough.”

    The civil rights movement of the 60’s provided black people with rights *on paper,* but it didn’t mean the sudden end of racism. It didn’t mean everyone suddenly got on swimmingly. People were still mistreated and lost their lives for the color of their skin. It took time — years, decades — for the acceptance that has come to get here, and in some places and some circles there is still a ways to go yet.

    That kind of change comes from me showing my fellow man, “This is what a homosexual is. This is how he feels. This is what he wants,” and helping him to put away preconceived notions. Helping him to see and understand that my bedroom activity is not an acceptable way to define me, just like the color of a person’s skin is an unacceptable way to define a person.

    Surely you realize the correlation between support for gays and the number of people who know a gay person?

    Homophobia may exist in the black community, but our fight for equality isn’t bound by race. Maybe the person whose eyes you could help open is a black person.

  57. antisaint says

    My feelings have nothing to do with being complacent or thinking a civil stalemate is “good enough.” If every Christian in the nation were to make the same statement he did, and further help legalize marriage equality, it still wouldn’t be “good enough.”

    The civil rights movement of the 60’s provided black people with rights *on paper,* but it didn’t mean the sudden end of racism. It didn’t mean everyone suddenly got on swimmingly. People were still mistreated and lost their lives for the color of their skin. It took time — years, decades — for the acceptance that has come to get here, and in some places and some circles there is still a ways to go yet.

    That kind of change comes from me showing my fellow man, “This is what a homosexual is. This is how he feels. This is what he wants,” and helping him to put away preconceived notions. Helping him to see and understand that my bedroom activity is not an acceptable way to define me, just like the color of a person’s skin is an unacceptable way to define a person.

    Surely you realize the correlation between support for gays and the number of people who know a gay person?

    Homophobia may exist in the black community, but our fight for equality isn’t bound by race. Maybe the person whose eyes you could help open is a black person.

  58. 2EastCoastDudes says

    AntiSaint,

    You contradicted your own point a few times there. While what you’re saying in THEORY would be ideal -in an ideal world- but in reality, gays can’t afford to just live their lives role modeling who they are HOPING others come around to accepting them for who they are. That philosophy and approach truly WOULD take centuries in changing prespectives. Actually, what black people have done and constantly still do is have a zero tolerance policy for racism. Malcom X’s speech that was a shifting point for blacks was about “stop singing ans start swinging” about being militant and correcting prejudice. Your thinking is complacent in that you essentially cross your fingers for the homophobe to come around. And when they don’t, so long as they don’t walk on the other side of the sidewalk when you approach, you’ll be okay with that. Not everyone wants to live in a society that deems then lesser than. Not just in rights, but in attitudes. The gay community is approaching people about their attitudes. Open that line of communication and also stating that being against gay relationships is flawed. I commend the community for that and sincerely cringe at where we would be if previous gay pioneers did as you said. Simply lived their lives as gays while not challenging anti gay bigotry head on, just hoping that being kind to everyone would do the trick. That’s an over simplified, if not lazy approach dear.

  59. says

    Antisaint,

    What you failed to brush up on is what it took for blacks to be where they are today. You simply just left it at “took decades” well, it took decades of serious conversations, talks, heated exchanges that are chronciled in many a thousand books and documentaries. It did not happen by black people just being their best selves and organically seeing people accept them due to time. The building blocks need to be placed. They are placed when the community has a rebuttal to a man who goes on national prime time television and notes being gay is morally wrong. Those blocks come crumbling down when we as a community decide to instead ignore his blatant prejudice and send a message to the masses that being homophobic is acceptable, depending on the degree of homophobia. Your message you are advocating is an unclear one that leaves the masses confused, if not- as indifferent toward homophobia as you are.

  60. Carla says

    We should never just accept this brand of homophobia and prejudice by flippantly saying “well, it could have been worse. He could have been MORE homophobic. Atleast he…….”

    It’s that “atleast…” part that gets the gay community back peddling. That we’re so quick to attempt to find the good or silver linning in someone who proudly establishes themselves as being against gays. Yet we want to go on record and say “well, atleast he’s for gay marriage” he’s actually not. And clearly states he’s not, and only by default does he believe it should be passed.

    The most dangerous thing our community can do is become desensitized toward homophobia, to a level where we start comparing different homophobes against more offensive homophobes and concluding that so long as someone does not fall into the worst form of homophobia, their level of homophobia is tolerable. That’s not equality folks. Accepting any form of homophobia, great or small, is mandating all homophobia. Know that.

  61. Paul says

    I agree with others. He clearly IS homophobic, his thinking is homophobic and we as a community need to tackle any and all homophobia loudly and strongly. Not just for ourselves but for our next generation of gay youth.

  62. JakeNhawaii says

    Are gay people, of all walks of life (i myself being Filipino) supposed to just ignore the constant wave of homophobia directed at us by black people? I don’t think so. It’s time to get real.

    We don’t see no one calling out the black community for the high number of them who take pride in voting against our rights or speaking aginst us.

  63. Armando says

    LESBIANDIVA,
    Thanks for misspelling my name even though it’s RIGHT THERE IN FRONT OF YOU! Obviously, my name is not the only thing you cannot see. I don’t need to read papers because my opinion is not based on things that I read. They are based on black people that I know like my relatives (by marriage), neighbors, coworkers and friends. Yeah there is homophobia in the black community just as there is racism in the gay community. My point is that it’s a mistake to say all black people think or feel or act or live the same way. Before we point the finger at them, maybe WE should make sure that our house is clean.

  64. LesbianDiva says

    Nice try Armando but your homophobia is showing.

    Gay people are REACTING to the homophobia of black people. Gay people are not charging campaigns and media tours and speaking out with major LGBT organizations against blacks and their rights.

    Those of us in the gay community who don’t have white guilt will CONSTANTLY remind people like you that the tension started when the black community drew the line in the sand. We have every right to react to that.

  65. says

    Armando,

    How come people like you are entitled to call out the entire gay community on their so called racism based on your preception but gay people are not allowed to call out the black community based on their preceptions, experiences and first hand life encounters? The gay community has nowhere near the track record on insulting black people an their fair treatment compared to how visibly black people stan united agaist gays. Having two brain cells to rub together would make anyone realize that there’s been more prejudice directed at us by the black community than any othet in America. And as I and others noted before, the gay community has every right to respond to that, be frustrated by that and is not at fault for observing that. Instead, the bigger question our community is raising is what are black people doing to combat habitual homophobia in their communities? NAACP making a presss release for gay martriage doesn’t combat deep rooted homophobia existing in every black neighborhood. No one is speaking against that.

  66. IonMusic says

    Here’s a fact that doesn’t get spoken of enough:

    The gay community does not resent the black community because they are black. The gay community resents the black community for being often vocal in anti gay sentiments. The black community DOES resent the gay community simply for being gay.

    Huge difference.

  67. IonMusic says

    Huh? Black people THEMSELVES acknowledge homophobia is rampant in their community an some take pride in it ( go look at some you tube videos made by black posters)

    Why the hell does the gay community have to pretend that isn’t so? When it directly effects us?

    … Because we don’t want to offend black people? Most of them sure don’t mind offending all of us.

  68. Observer says

    How many state amendments regarding gay marriage have we seen where black people vote against it more than any other group of individuals combined? How many? I’m so thrilled to see te greater LGBT community finally taking a strong stance and pointing out the obvious. The black community only has itself to blame if gays are speaking aginst your actions. It’s your *actions* against us they are speaking out against. Not your skin color. So put that handy dandy race card some of you are so comfortable pulling away. It’s calculating to even attempt to paint yourselves as the victims when you actively campaign to strip people of their rights in every state. More so than any other demographic

  69. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “MCNNYC,”

    WHY ARE CAUCASIAN Towleroaders OBSESSED WITH NEGRO MALES AND “CRACK?” EVERYTIME Y’ALL SAY THAT, Y’ALL LOOK RACIST. WHO SAYS CAUCASIAN DEMOCRATS LACK BIAS?

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  70. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “ICEBLOO,”

    WHY ARE CAUCASIAN MALES – ESPECIALLY, “gay” ONES – SO JEALOUS OF OUR PETER SIZE?

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  71. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “ALEX FORD”

    IF YOU ARE IN YOUR TWENTIES AND NEVER SEEN, “Good Times,” I WILL LET YOUR COMMENT “SLIDE” – OTHERWISE, YOU ARE AN ASS-KISSING HYPOCRITE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  72. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “DYNEX”

    IT IS MY UNDERSTANDING Pastor Charles Worley HAS NOT SAID HE WANTS NEGROES IN AN ELECTRIC CAGE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  73. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “REAL TALK”

    IF YOU ARE AN ATHEIST, I WILL LET YOUR COMMENTS “SLIDE” – OTHERWISE, YOU ARE AN “Uncle Tom” FOR OPPOSING THE NEGRO CHURCH.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  74. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “REAL TALK”

    OUT OF COURTESY, I WANT TO MAKE MYSELF CLEAR. I AM SEXUALLY-BASED ATHEISTIC “Uncle Tom.” FOR YOU TO TALK ABOUT, “black homophobia,” ON A CAUCASIAN SITE MAKES YOU LOOK DESPERATE FOR CAUCASIANS’ ACCEPTANCE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  75. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “JONATHAN” (16 JULY; 9:21:26 PM),

    GREAT COMMENTS. IF THIS FOOLISHNESS BECOMES LEGAL, MANY OF THESE “wifey-husbands” WILL BE “DIVORCING” IN LESS THAN TWO-YEARS TIME. YES – THEY WILL BECOME BORED WITH EACH OTHER’S ASSHOLES.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  76. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    IF I TYPE IN MY NAME ONLINE, I SEE A LOT OF Towleroad ARTICLES. I WONDER HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE CLICKING ON MY LINKS. YET, WHEN I SAY SOMETHING Andy Towle DOES NOT LIKE, HE SAYS MY SESSION TIME HAS EXPIRED.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  77. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “RED VELVET”

    WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT ALL OF THE CAUCASIANS HAVING SEX WITH NEGROES – HETEROSEXUAL AND HOMOSEXUAL?

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  78. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “LESBIANDIVA,”

    IF A HETEROSEXUAL-NEGRO MALE WAS IN A DARK ALLEY AND ALLOWED HIMSELF TO BE “SERVICED” BY CAUCASIAN-MALE HOMOSEXUALS, MANY WOULD BE IN LINE – ESPECIALLY, IF HE HAS FORESKIN!

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  79. lazerlightbeams says

    No, we don’t need to accept this form of bigotry as reasonable. Because it’s neither polite nor reasonable. Just because he barely says gay marriage should pass is NO reason we should excuse his many other outrageous statements. We’re not out to pass gay marriage at all costs. Our goal has never been just marriage equality, but also respect. We should never settle for being told we’re immoral, rancid, filth then overlook that simply because that person followed up their bigotry with throwing their arms in the air begrudingly and barely giving us out rights.

  80. says

    This whole ‘agree to disagree’ idea behind people who express prejudice toward gay relationships is insulting, revolting and offensive.

    We can agree to disagree on the type of music we listen to in my car or what local Chinese restaurant serves the best dumplings……… But over who I am as a person? My relationship with my partner? And my innate sexuality? No, you can’t disagree on me for who I inherently am. You don’t get an opinion on that, just as I’m sure you wouldn’t want anyone to have an opinion on your skin color.

    If you comment on my being gay negatively as just a simple ‘difference of opinion’ be prepared for the brutal tongue lashing you will get for belittling who I am as a person. You opened up yourself to that.

  81. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “LESBIANDIVA” (17 JULY; 1:49:00 AM),

    HOW DID NEGROES DRAW THE LINE IN THE SAND? NEGRO HETEROSEXUALS ARE NONCHALANT ABOUT HOMOSEXUALS, UNLESS A HOMOSEXUAL HAS “STEPPED OUT-OF-BOUNDS.”

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  82. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    CAUCASIAN HOMOSEXUALS ARE CONSTANTLY TALKING ABOUT ENDING “black homophobia” – IT IS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT. MOVE ON!

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  83. Brandon says

    Christopher Allen Horton,
    Being racist against blacks is a shared commonality between many people of different backgrounds, not just white. Many people recognize black people for what they are: lazy, criminals, loud, ignorant and not smart. It’s based on observations. Most people would not want their child dating a black person. And don’t like the idea of your kind moving to our neighborhoods. They may not express it to you, but you blacks are clueless as to what people of all types say about you all behind your backs. It’s not pretty. But the truth hurts

  84. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “IONMUSIC,”

    I WOULD HAVE NO PROBLEM WITH CAUCASIAN HOMOSEXUALS IF THEY WERE NICE TO NEGRO HOMOSEXUALS AND STOP PRACTICING “CARDING” AT CLUBS, ETC. Y’ALL ARE “PUTTING THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE” BY FOCUSING ON NEGRO HETEROSEXUALS.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  85. AskedNOTAksed says

    @ Chistopher Allen Horton
    15% of you black people are unemployed. It’s cuz nobody wants to work with you all. You keep going on about how society isn’t racist. Sorry bro. Many people I know, and I know a good many, can’t stand black peeps. Won’t hire them and don’t want to work with them. That’s why so many of you all are unemployed. I don’t know why you convinced yourself you’re liked more than you are. People are just being diplomatic to your faces.

  86. Tabsea says

    Wow- havent seen or heard of him since the 70’s- his star went out a LONG time ago- now he tries to re-light it with his stance on gay marriage….. He must be friends with Kirk…….. He doesnt matter to anyone or anything anymore……..

  87. TicToc says

    My first thought seeing this was: Black does crack!

    I’m so tired of this silly notion that black peoples skin doesn’t age. I know many black men who have age like monster face above or Flava Flav. Of course their lines may not be as visible because of their coloring, but they can and do age and get saggy skin. That being said, this man’s face looks like a piece of turd after you had shish kabobs the night before. Musta been a hard life he led after that show.

  88. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “RETRO REMIXES,”

    IF YOU ARE TALKING TO ME, I CALLED “ALEX FORD” A HYPOCRITE BECAUSE HE DISREGARDED THE NEGRO CHURCH AND NEGRO MALE VIEWS ON SEXUAL SUPERIORITY OVER CAUCASIAN MALES.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  89. NYC-Rise says

    Christopher Allen Horton

    You tried to pick up white and latino gays. We didn’t want anything to do with your unemployed, ghetto black ass. You got bitter and now your jaded words come flying through so transparent. Could you be more obvious? Yes. We do card someone like you because we frankly don’t like cesspool hanging out at our establishments. No, those cute guys you stalk online don’t want to sleep with you. Get a job, pull up your pants, stop using the race card, learn proper English and not ebonics and maybe someone will give you the time of day. You got rejected by one too many gay men and it’s turned you into an angry psychopath but you’ll always be a hood rat “boo”

  90. FoRealYo says

    Where do black people get off telling gay people about morality?

    Half your men are in jail while the other half are homeless/jobless harassing passing drivers on streets for change. Most of your communities have some 300 people dying in gun fire battles every few months. You all need your priorities examined.

  91. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “LAZERLIGHTBEAMS,”

    HOW DO YOU THINK NEGRO HOMOSEXUALS FEEL WHEN WE HEAR NEGRO HETEROSEXUALS SAY THESE HORRIBLE THINGS? AS A NEGRO, I UNDERSTAND IT COMES FROM PRE-COLONIAL AFRICAN TRADITION. THEREFORE, I DO NOT GET HUNG-UP ON IT. WHY ARE Y’ALL LETTING CAUCASIAN DEMOCRATIC HETEROSEXUAL MALES “SLIDE?’

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  92. JeremySeaLion says

    Black people are so opinionated and loud about everything, except of course for:

    Black gang violence

    Black school drop outs

    Black crimes

    Black men and the unbelievable high percentage of them that commit crimes

    Black neighborhoods being unbearable to visit across the nation

    Black abortion rates

    Black divorce rate

    Black men leaving their children fatherless

    Black usage of drugs

    Black racism/homophobia/mysoginy

    Ohhh but they bring up “Da Lord” every chance they get, so that automatically erases the flaws mentioned above. Not!

  93. VApal says

    @ Christopher Allen Horton

    The caucasian heterosexual man, both democrat republican and indepndent, can’t stand the black man either. After the ridiculous manner in which the black community handled the Trayvon Martin case, many heterosexual caucasians resent the double standard and are not afraid to call it out. Tensions between white people and black are at an all time high because of the black mans misguided ego. Trayvon Martin was a wreckless thug who rightfully was put in his place by a noble samaritan known as George Zimmerman, who has had millions of people (myself included) donate funds for his cause. America has pitched in a boat load of money to pay for Mister George Zimmerman’s funds, and many millions helped do that. Proudly so.
    Race relations are at an all time worse because the black man felt a little too entitled and now America has had enough of it.

  94. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “NYC RISE,”

    I HAD A CAUCASIAN-MALE PARTNER FOR ALMOST ELEVEN YEARS. NOW I AM FORTY-FIVE. WHICH CAUCASIAN AND LATINO MALES DID I TRY TO PICK UP? WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO SAY, SIR? SPEAK YOUR MIND.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  95. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “NYC RISE,”

    IF YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT WHAT I THINK YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT, I AM NOT GOING TO RESPOND BECAUSE THIS MALE IS NOT IN THIS THREAD. IF HE SPEAKS UP, I WILL LET HIM ADDRESS YOU.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  96. IonMusic says

    Christopher Allen Horton: OJ did it. Jesse Jackson had it coming. Trayvon Martin was a lyong thief. Don’t be angry at society because your people didn’t amount to anything but notorious headlines well after slavery ended. And 45 year old angry black man…. The joke tells itself. Go get a job (provided any fool hires you) and stop looking for freebies from hard working tax paying Americans. Clearly, based on the fact that you post on here every hour, you’re another mooching-leeching unemployed thug. No one in society feels sorry for you btw.

  97. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “JEREMYSEALION,”

    YOU ARE THE ONE WHO IS AFRAID OF A NEGRO-MALE HETEROSEXUAL WHO CALLS YOU “fa–ot.” YOUR LIST OF WHAT “black men” DO HAS NO EFFECT ON ME. I MAY HAVE BEEN CALLED “fa–ot” TWO OR THREE TIMES DURING MY ENTIRE LIFE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  98. IonMusic says

    Are we really to believe JJ Walker’s homophobia does not reflect the greater homophobia of black men? Just read some of the anti gay comments on this site by identified black posters who praise blacks and bash gays. Gays have picked up on it and don’t want to go ignoring it. I wish more gay organizations would pressure on black leaders to do more. Don’t be afraid to call them out. They hide behind their Bible but hardly ever live up to it.

  99. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    I CAN NOT BELIEVE CAUCASIAN Towleroaders ARE THIS AFRAID OF NEGRO MALES IN PUBLIC. WHY ARE Y’ALL OBSESSED WITH GOING TO THE GYM IF Y’ALL DO NOT KNOW HOW TO DEFEND YOURSELVES?

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  100. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “VAPAL,”

    ISN’T IT FUNNY HOW CAUCASIANS MALES LIKE TO FLIP THE SCRIPT. I WAS TALKING ABOUT WHITE MAN ON WHITE MAN, FOOL! YOU DON’T WANT TO DEAL WITH YOUR OWN KIND IN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY WHO HATE YOU.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  101. Armando says

    LESBIANDIVA,
    My homophobia will come as a surprise to my partner of 24 years. Yes, I know that gay people can be homophobic too, but my position is based on the fact that we are all worthy of respect. Before we are black, gay, latino etc, we are people.

    Let me be clear, I am not saying there are no homophobic black people, I’m saying that there is a variety of opinions amongst black people. I’m also not saying that homophobia in the black community gets a free ride.

    I’m suggesting that people not base their opinions of black people on what they see on TV or what your friends tell you about black people. It should be based on actually meeting and knowing black people. Saying all black people are homophobic is just as dumb as saying all gay people are drag queens.

    We know that once people meet openly gay people, they are less homophobic. Maybe if you actually knew some black people you might not be so racist and they might be less homophobic.

    MLK said that we should not judge people by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.

  102. Mousie says

    Well that was a lovely dose of bi-directional racism. Just what I needed to brighten up my morning. NOM’s plan is working!

    Also, It’s pretty cute how both Jonathan and Christoper equate marriage with interest in assholes, or the lack of. It shows you exactly how they view relationships.

    Hey idiots: Marriage is the glue that binds a relationship AFTER the lust has worn off. It’s called commitment, and goes by other names, like respect, care, and (god forbid) love. You might try one sometime.

    Don’t be bitter because your lives are a parade of meaningless tricks.

  103. anon says

    For those not familiar with JJ Walker, his role on Good Times was to walk into a room at the end of an awkward conversation or heart-to-heart and say “Dyn-O-Mite!” as the punchline. It got tired real fast.

  104. Mike says

    Yet another black who wants to keep his people down and in the dark closet while they die of AIDS everyday. It is a fact that blacks die more than any other race of AIDS. When are the black people going to face the truth that by trying to hide the fact that there are black LGBT people they are killing their own people off? The way to stop AIDS is to be open and honest and talk about ways to deal with the problem not spend time and money hiding the gays while your black men, women and children suffer and die of AIDS.

  105. MCnNYC says

    @ John
    Did it EVER occur to you that ur own internalized racism jumped to the charge of racism in my comments?
    Newsflash: Not everyone on welfare, food stamps, smoke crack is black Oh I see u just working within “certain traditions that need to be upheld” as JJ states.
    JJ takes the “traditional” and moral/religious high ground to rationalize his non ACCEPTANCE of a civil right.
    To his defenders he has shut the door on evolving on this.
    He clearly say he won’t ACCEPT it even if it becomes law until his dying day!

  106. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “ALEX FORD” AND “REAL TALK,”

    THIS THREAD WAS HOT THIS MORNING. AS A NEGRO MALE, I WANT TO EXTEND AN “OLIVE BRANCH” TO THE TWO OF YOU.

    I AM A SEXUAL “Uncle Tom;” THEREFORE, THINGS CAUCASIAN MALES SAY ABOUT ME DO NOT BOTHER ME. I ASSUME THE TWO OF YOU ARE NOT “Uncle Toms.” IT WAS WRONG FOR ME TO ATTACK THE TWO OF YOU ON A CAUCASIAN SITE. I AM SORRY.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  107. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “VAPAL”(17 JULY; 5:09:05 AM),

    YOU ARE CORRECT. AS LONG AS, WE HAVE A BIRACIAL PRESIDENT, CAUCASIANS ARE FREE TO “TRASH” NEGROES. WHEN THIS ADMINISTRATION ENDS, CAUCASIANS WILL RETURN TO THEIR FEELINGS OF RACIAL GUILT. NEGROES KNOW HOW TO PLAY THAT CARD – DAMN, WELL!

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  108. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “MOUSIE,”

    I WILL NOT BE IN A RELATIONSHIP WHICH LACKS HOT SEX. I HAVE MY OWN MONEY. PETER AND NUTS ARE THE ONLY THINGS ANOTHER MALE CAN GIVE ME.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  109. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “ANON” (17 JULY; 11:49:07 AM),

    IT IS FUNNY TO READ A CAUCASIAN’S INTERPRETATION OF A NEGRO SITCOM. Towleroaders HAVE BEEN “BAD-MOUTHING” Jimmie Walker – IT SPEAKS VOLUMES. PEOPLE PLEASE THINK ABOUT OTHER NEGROES VIEWING THIS SITE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  110. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON says

    “MIKE,”

    NEGROES WOULD RATHER DIE OF AIDS, THAN WEAR LATEX. CAUCASIANS WOULD RATHER WEAR LATEX, THAN DIE. THIS IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NEGROES AND CAUCASIANS – NEGROES UNDERSTAND THE HARSH REALITIES OF LIFE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

  111. mike says

    i agree with Mr. Walker it is wrong. We were made to reproduce so apparently someone wanted men and women to be together. Adam and Eve people not Adam and Steve. This is for anyone who called Jimmie Walker a “has been” keep living and your going to be all washed up yourselves.

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