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Kirk Cameron Lands Starring Role In Softcore Gay Erotica

viewimage_storyKirk Cameron is getting an unexpected boost to his resume. In addition to being a D-list actor, Evangelist, and antigay activist, the 44-year-old father of six can now add “softcore gay erotica character” to his impressive list of credits.

Kirk Cameron & the Crocoduck of Chaos Magick is a gay erotic novella by Mandy DeSandra released last week on Amazon that stars the former teen heartthrob.

Related: Kirk Cameron Teaching People How To Act Around Gay People Is Nutty Even By His Standards

Set at a remote pray-the-gay-away summer camp, Kirk Cameron & the Crocoduck of Chaos Magick tells the story of a rebellious teenager who employs “chaos magick” to seek revenge on the camp’s director, Kirk Cameron, by sicking a “crocoduck” on the Saving Christmas star.

Sounds intriguing.

What’s a “crocoduck,” you ask? It’s a cross between a crocodile and a duck and was first imagined by Cameron himself. He and creationist Ray Comfort invented the “crocoduck” back in 2007 when attempting to disprove the theory of evolution to fellow Evangelists. (No, seriously, they actually did this. There’s a whole Wikipedia page about it.)

Related: Coming Soon: A Virulently Homophobic Feature By Kirk Cameron’s Creationist Buddy, Ray Comfort

According to the book’s description, Kirk Cameron & the Crocoduck of Chaos Magick promises lots of “hot gay orgy action, involving crockoducks, sexy holy cheese, Chaos Magick, oral sex, anal, clone 69ing, and Stigmata hand sex.”

Here’s a little excerpt:

The Crocoduck darted toward the kneeling and shocked open-mouthed Kirk Cameron. Kirk didn’t close his mouth in time and took nine inches of the Crocoduck. It squealed with delight while flapping his wings. The Boners followed the Crocoduck’s lead but went into the 69 position. They sucked one another, mirroring each other, looking like a funhouse of fellatio.

Kirk Cameron & the Crocoduck of Chaos Magick is currently available on Amazon for $6.99.

We know what we’ll be reading this weekend!

h/t: Edge Boston