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  1. UFFDA says

    What on earth, in the hell, get’s in people’s heads. This sucks so bad my face feels like its inside out. In this case fu** diversity…if that’s what you call it.

  2. UFFDA says

    What on earth, in the hell, get’s in people’s heads. This sucks so bad my face feels like its inside out. In this case fu** diversity…if that’s what you call it.

  3. notice says

    I was prepared to hate it (with the tired connotation that gay people aren’t normally masculine) but it was actually funny and reminded me of something Joss Whedon would do for fun in his back yard.

  4. parkrunner says

    I once went out on Halloween as, “Rambeau”. I was a lot younger with a modicum of muscles and a plethora of hair. No one thought it was funny, so I stopped camping it up and played it straight. I wasted five razors shaving my body, three of them on my legs. Shaving my ass would have made it seven.

  5. Anastasia Beaverhousen says

    Damiana! Willam! And…oh my…is that? It is! Mario Diaz, such a beefcake, MMM. I was thoroughly entertained. Bravo y’all!

  6. patrick says

    this sucked, but since the stereotype who directed it feels he knows the “gay perspective”, it’s not surprising. yeah we get it: all gay guys act and talk like women. so hilarious.

  7. JMC says

    Wouldn’t Rambo (but gay) just be the same old First Blood movie since Rambo’s sexual orientation was totally irrelevant in that movie?

  8. Rick says

    “the audience is asked to reexamine what it is to be a man and what it is to be manly.”

    And what do you suppose the audience for it will be? That’s right, a bunch of effeminate gay men and a few fag hags at the margins of society.

    There is no need to re-examine what it is to be a man and what it is to be manly. Pretty much all straight men know and so do all masculine gay men.

    So actually do effeminate gay men, since they worship masculine men, a sure sign of their own contempt for themselves and each other.

    This is therefore nothing but another tired exercise in displaying the deeply emotionally- and mentally-damaged condition of effeminate gay men and the culture of effeminacy that has resulted from that psychological damage……who will continue to be recognized by society as the disturbed, twisted individuals that they are.

  9. will says

    This video is like a walking (offensive) gay stereotype: prancing, lisping nancy boys, public restrooms with glory holes, a prison shower scene, and musical numbers. It seems set in a gay mentality of our past: promiscuity in community parks, lurid fantasies of f–king the straight guy, drag queens, Broadway show tunes.

    This is a mentality we’re (thankfully, in my opinion) losing, growing out of. The last musical number showed some real talent, whoever wrote it.

  10. will says

    The last song has a melody borrowed from Rent: One Song Glory. With William Finn lurking around the edges. :)

  11. GThomas says

    This isn’t a “gay” perspective, it’s the director/creator’s perspective. He needs to own it. It doesn’t examine anything, it just exploits stereotypes. Sure, I chuckled a couple times, but they were cheap laughs.

  12. JP says

    Embarrassingly amateur, not funny or entertaining, reinforces ancient gay stereotypes. I kept expecting to see Paula Deen serving up fried chicken and watermelon to some cheerful field hands chopping cotton.

  13. Sam says

    With bad writing, bad acting, dated stereotypes and throw in a sexy shirtless guy and you’ve instant fan following. But let’s see how long this video sound bite lasts. LOL!