Bil Browning

There's a lot of f--king in this video

Filed By Bil Browning | October 19, 2010 11:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: FCKH8, funny video, gay marriage, same-sex marriage

This is a great fucking video. It really fucking just puts it all out there in a simple fucking way that any fuckwad can fucking understand. If you're at your fucking job and they get fucking testy about foul language, you probably don't want to hit play on this fucking video!

(Hat tip to Joe.My.God.)


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Thanks for fucking sharing this Bil. This is fucking great.

I question the comment in the video about the "if you don't like gay marriage then don't marry someone with the same junk in their undies." This reduces gender down to just what's between the legs and implies that trans people are REALLY their birth gender unless they get SRS and not before.

Agree with A's comment. That, and I find it pretty stupid having a child say "fuck" on a video. Not that they don't say it, but it definitely buys into the idea that same sex/queer parents aren't somehow responsible.

Yeah, I caught the same thing A does here. I liked it up until then, I really liked the queerspawn representation, but it seems to really demonstrate all the problems of the LGb(t) approach to things. It's all about monosexual gays and lesbians, and some of the things they say seem anti-trans.

I've got marriages/handfastings with people who have different junk in their undies, and that doesn't make us straight. And its quite possible that marrying someone with the "same junk in their undies" could be a straight marriage.

Then toward the end one of the trans women says that she's straight and everyone laughs at her, then she adds "well not really." That could mean a lot of things, it could mean that she identifies as bi or queer, but without more information the conclusion I'm left with is that the idea of a trans woman being straight is a laughable one. 'Cause, you know, if a trans woman and a cis guy get together, obviously they have the same genitals, and obviously that makes them gay married.

Wowsers! All I saw was a cool video, that is "in your face" in a mainstream sense. And maybe, just maybe, the bit about "not marrying someone with the same junk" is not so much a slap at the various sub-groups in the LGBTQ community, but an acknowledgment that the vast majority of this country DO NOT KNOW OR CARE about the divisions within the LGTBQ community. Most Americans still think of "Gay" as man/man or woman/woman.

But what do I know? I'm just a breeder for equality.

Its very in your face and does smack you on the head. The only problem I can see is haveing the kids in.If they had been older no problems.

This is a great fucking video for those fucking heteronormative types in our generation. But I wouldn't fucking use it to try and convince my LDS mother that her son has become a better man since coming out of the closet. That said, I still love this video and the "Fuck you very very much" video.

Sorry; just not okay with little kids using the word fuck in a pro-LGBT video. Nevermind the ammo it hands to the haters; even 'average' (whatever that means) straights will only derive one single over-riding message from it: 'Gay folks and gay parents want to make it okay for my kids to say 'fuck'?!' Call me old-fashioned, but there is a fine line between 'in your face' and 'shock and awe'. This vid seems to be the latter, and is not an effective communique to affect a positive message.