We have already covered the ridiculous babbling right-wing Duck Dynasty supporters like Princess Palin and Fox News constituents, as well as an avalanche of stories about the Phil Robertson homophobia debacle.
Not surprisingly, most people aren’t exactly shocked that a backwoods “good ol’ boy” conservative Christian reality TV star believes that gays are gross because anuses don’t compare to vaginas and such, but would you believe that the creator of Duck Dynasty starred as a gay adult film actor?
That’s right! Prior to his smash television success of Duck Dynasty, creator Scott Gurney starred as an actor in gay adult film in a 2001 movie titled The Fluffer. This comes as a pretty hilarious surprise given the recent controversy over Phil Robertson’s homophobic comments in GQ.
According to Gurney’s IMDB page, The Fluffer was debuted at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival. Gurney’s character in The Fluffer portrays a ‘gay-for-pay’ meth addict and becomes the object of obsession for a male film student who gets a job as his on-set fluffer. For our conservative audience, let me briefly explain what that job entails. A fluffer is an adult film industry employee who is responsible for keeping male performers aroused (usually via oral sex) between takes during a shoot.
Now, I don’t want to duck the issue here, but given Robertson’s fowl comments on homosexuality, one has to wonder if he had any knowledge of Gurney’s gay sexcapades prior to signing on to the hit TV show. One thing is for certain, this kind of story really quacks us up at AATTP.
Watch scenes from The Fluffer here:
If that wasn’t enough fluffing for you, here’s another clip of this cinematic masterpiece thanks to AATTP commenter CJ:
h/t: Buzz Feed