Michael Brown’s LOL-Filled Gay Parenting Freakout

Two videos from Dr. Michael Brown in one day. Is it Christmas?

In case you’re just now joining the show, we already posted the genuinely entertaining commercial for Brown’s 650-page, “hard-back cover,” disgusting-homos-are-taking-over-the-world book, A Queer Thing Happened To America. You will know it by its cover of a hairy-legged man in black socks and fluffy pink ladyshoes. You know, the kind we all wear every day while sodomizing every single thing we can find.

So now there’s another video from Brown promoting the same book (see above). This one’s from an interview he did on GOD TV with a doddering nutjob named Sid Roth on a show called It’s Supernatural! It’s a fake “comedy” sketch set in a classroom and it’s about how gross and embarrassing it is for kids to have two parents of the same sex.

Did you realize that inept gay dads burn all the food, obnoxiously fight over bedtime storybooks and fag out in public by touching each other’s arms so that everyone can see it? Were you aware that lesbian moms cause bicycle accidents and then add sissifying insult to injury by bandaging your wounds like you’re some kind of ladyboy? Later they even want to give you lezzie cooties via insidious, smothering goodnight kisses that are practically the same thing as making out with you.

Thank God that teacher in the shitty sweater is there to toss the Two Mommies or Two Daddies book in the trash.

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  • Josh

    Of course she didn’t recycle it.

  • Steve

    Funny thing is, I remember my heterosexual parents doing the exact same things…

  • Adam

    @Josh: marry me.

  • randy

    Uh, Taliskin? That’s the second time you made the same comment. If you don’t want to be a troll, then don’t troll.

  • Jeffree

    Tallskin: Give it a rest. You’re trying to order filet mignon at a vegan coffeeshop. Making the same comments on multiple articles is boorish, trollish, & counter-productive. I understand your frustration with the US-focus of this blog, but there ARE places on line to get your fix of int’l Queer news.

  • David Gervais

    To Tallskin:

    I have already read those stories elsewhere. Anyone else interested can do the same.

    To me, it seems the difficulty here is that Queerty has not yet decided whether to be a news site or a gossip and bitch site.

  • Jakey

    Well geez, how can you beat that airtight logic. This is about as desperate as it gets, ha ha. I can’t even get a coherent criticism out of this! They might burn breakfast? They’ll make sure you get on the bus? If you’re injured they’ll pay attention? All righty then.

    @Tallskin: If you have the time to spend two days posting this comment on every new story, perhaps you have the time to write at least one of them yourself? Or at least link to where they are covered; they must be somewhere, since you’ve heard of them. Put your money where your mouth is. I’d love to hear about any of those, but so far all I’ve learned is that there’s not a Queerty article about them.

  • Oscar Raymundo

    @David Gervais: Can’t it be both?

  • SuperCat

    Wow, even if you are a heterosexual parent this thing is insulting you by implying all dads can’t cook and all moms can’t teach kids how to ride a bike.

  • 12345deviant

    Those motherfuckers burning the food!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s so anti-christian.

  • hi2u2

    “Thank God that teacher in the shitty sweater is there to toss the Two Mommies or Two Daddies book in the trash.” – lol’d hard.

    I thought at first she was wearing a burlap sack… maybe she is.

  • randy

    I have news for Little Johnny’s parents: he’s as gay as a picnic basket full of kittens!

  • MattGMD

    I rather like the combination of gossip and bitch about the news offered by Queerty. Many of us are avid readers and news junkies (I know I am) and for me at least sometimes the news is easier to digest with a pinch of sarcasm.

  • Palto

    It would’ve been apropos if the kid then asked for a white teacher.

  • PTBoat

    @Palto +1

  • fortyfour

    I’m writing a children’s book called “Eleven daddies” wherein the child protagonist returns home every day to a house filled with pizza boxes and a LAN party in a smokey living room. The fridge smells like old cheese and this traumatizes the young child.

    There is no moral lesson whatsoever to be gained from my book.

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