To the neurotically hypersensitive and perpetually indignant people who now determine what is offensive, it is now “homophobic” to suggest that straight men have no interest in performing oral sex on other men.
Get Hard, a comedy starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart and released in UK cinemas on Saturday, follows a disgraced investment banker who is headed to prison in 30 days and enlists the help of a car-washer to help him prepare. What follows is 90 minutes of farcical comedy, built mainly around Ferrell’s fear of being raped while in prison and a general disgust at the concept of gay sex.
LGBT charity Stonewall also condemned the content in films such as Get Hard as damaging. “Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic language is endemic in Britain, particularly within our schools,” it said in a statement. “This kind of ‘banter’ that people see in Hollywood films and on-screen perpetuates the idea that this kind of language is acceptable.”
The scene that seems to have their panties in a wad is one in which Will Ferrell is compelled to perform oral sex in a glory-hole scenario and is revolted by the prospect; which I guess is hateful to gay people. Although it is what we in the real world would call ‘normal.’
I am sure the movie is awful, but it’s kind of funny how Christians are expected to put up with constant and direct attacks from Hollywood, but gays are supposed to be outraged at anything other than a celebratory portrayal.
Frankly, all this whining makes gays look like a bunch of pansies.