“I’m not gay no more, I don’t like mens no more” (hysterical video)

So a spiffy young homosexual was delivered from evil the other day at a religious gather called the COGIC 107th Holy Convocation.

Grabbing the mic from the preacher, the “former” gay — in his frilly mustard bow tie, paisley jacket, and lavender shirt — turned to the crowd and proclaimed:

“I’m not gay no more. I’ve been DELIVERED! I don’t like mens no more! I said I like women! Women women women women!”

gay-cured

Oh, gurl.

So, first there was this:

One of my favorite parts is after he says “I will not wear a purse, I will not put on make-up, I will love all women,” he does the “ex-gay” happy dance:

exgay-happy-dance

Then this:

And then, OMG, this (from this guy):

Gurl, please.


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  • Amen (pun intended). So sad.

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  • nicho

    I laughed as much as anyone at this — and I even forwarded it — but I have to feel really bad for this guy. These charlatans have not only made him feel bad about being gay, they encouraged him to express that hatred of his gayness in public. His feelings for men aren’t going away. And his relationships with women, if he attempts them, will be unfulfilling. And this will set up a terrible conflict inside of him and could have disastrous results for him.

    He will eventually act out as gay, but will probably hate himself for doing it and feel like a failure. He’ll also feel that he doesn’t fit in either world.

    Many of us experienced this to a lesser or greater degree growing up in religious environments. I did, and it was unpleasant. My best friend had it even worse. He really bought into the religious part and despised himself for being gay and for acting on it. That conflict eventually led him to indulge in self-destructive behavior — eating and drinking too much, chain smoking, etc. He basically couldn’t cope, didn’t have fulfilling relationships, and didn’t care what happened to him — even as his health deteriorated. He died at the age of 53.

  • zerosumgame0005

    “where the white women at”?

  • Tor

    Poor, deluded boy.

  • Island In The Sky

    LOL

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    I’ll confess. When I’m alone with the cat, I sometimes call her “gurl” or “gurlfriend”. I find it very funny. My fiancé was startled when he first heard it, but I’ve caught him saying it to her. It doesn’t matter if the cat thinks she’s still in the 90s.

  • GreenEagle

    You know, they may be on to something here. A lot of people might go straight if they got a going-back-in party like that.

  • Was big in the 90s, and is still big with some people my age (not me though). Having said that, it’s always good as snark (as evidenced in the third video above).

  • Eebadee-eebadee-thatsallfolks

    I used to hear gay men using “gurl” all the time in the 80’s, but to be fair, it’s been a long time since the last time I heard it; maybe in the 90’s, but I’m not sure. It may be a usage from a certain generation of gay men (mine) that hasn’t been continued by the younger gay men?

  • And for the record, a belated “told ya so” to all of those who claimed in 2005 that gay men do not use the phrase “gurl” to refer to other men. :) I couldn’t believe we were even having the discussion at the time, but boy some folks — gay folks in fact — were adamant that it simply didn’t exist. Gurl, please, indeed :)

  • ericxdc

    I guess something really can be terribly sad and terribly funny at the same time.

  • keirmeister

    “Gurl, please.” That’s too funny! Not to stereotype, but those clothes were like…dude..really?!?

    But if you’ve never attended a church service like that, you may be surprised just how much the preacher’s cadence, coupled with the fast music and crowd, can move one to “testify.”

  • Oops, thanks

  • nicho

    And the third one has a wonderful commentary.

  • nicho

    Heh – heh -heh. You said “surge”

  • nicho

    Whoops. Video has been taken down. Damn! I think we broke it.

  • I really need to watch this on weed.

  • woodroad34

    that little hop reminds me of Cartman from South Park. He can’t even say “I like women, women, women” without shuddering.

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  • Maybe he needs a new manpurse?

  • nicho

    What does a 21-year-old published author of 17 books need with 100 bucks?

  • S1AMER

    Hey, don’t forget — he got a hundred bucks for his little show!

  • Krikey… my gayometer just exploded.

  • nicho

    I didn’t know they delivered homosexuals. Could they deliver one to my house about 8 tonight?

  • angryspittle

    Really? Ha ha ha ha ha ….

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