Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Harry Potter Actor Promotes Gay Sex and Deviancy


Another Hollywood hedonist doesn’t care what your kids see, as long as they spend money on his films: Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is taking the fantasy genre to an entirely new level, most recently acting out an explicit gay sex scene in a movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. In Kill Your Darlings, Radcliffe, who plays gay poet Allen Ginsberg, goes completely nude in several sex scenes with other men, makes out with co-star Dane DeHaan, and also appears in another sexual situation with a library clerk while DeHaan’s character looks on. As far as Potter fans being duped into watching a movie that includes graphic gay sex because of him... Radcliffe said: “I don't care why people come and see films...If they come and see a film about the beat poets because they saw me in Harry Potter, fantastic. That's a wonderful thing. I feel like I have an opportunity to capitalize on Potter by doing work that might not otherwise get attention. If I can help get a film like this attention, that's without doubt, that's a great thing.”
This all brings me back to memories of a dear friend of mine in college: I was in my early-twenties, while he was 7 years older. Stupidly, I often looked up to him. He loved Ginsburg. Once, he read to me a “poem” by Ginsberg which was about him masturbating with a dildo. At the time, I was far from a prude, but I was still shocked. This was all part of my grooming process into the world of deviant sex. But I accepted it. I thought my repugnance; a latent hang-over from my timid upbringing. After all, this guy was being taught in universities; therefore, it must be OK. As an aside, Ginsberg was also a vocal supporter of NAMBLA (The North American Man-Boy Love Association.) Now, we must all bow down to our new heroes.


 

1 comment:

  1. Your friend was wrong for reading that poem to you. I don't care if you all were bored and read it for shock value. I pray he accepts salvation from our Lord Jesus Christ.

    I am truly sorry about all the abuse, pain and torment you endured. I am glad you are my brother in the faith. Praise be to Jesus. T. W.

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