Duck Dynasty Creator Played Gay Adult Film Star

Duck Dynasty

The creator and producer of the show Duck Dynasty played a gay adult film star in 2001. Scott Gurney, who is billed as the creator of Duck Dynasty, starred as a drug addict who acts in gay adult films in the 2001 movie The Fluffer. For those who are unfamiliar with the job responsibilities of a fluffer; in all adult films, whether gay, straight or somewhere in between, the person whose job it is to keep the male film actors, uhm, “up to the task,” is called a fluffer. The end goal is generally achieved by keeping the male star stimulated so that he will be ready for his scenes. Gurney starred as the love object of the fluffer in the movie of the same name, which must have been heavy on plot, because it was shown at the Toronto International Film Festival and it’s dubbed in French (which means it’s fancy…right?) It was also an official selection at the Berlin Film Festival.

Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson ignited  a firestorm of social media outrage last week when he made anti-gay and racial comments, comparing gays to those who commit bestiality and saying that blacks were “not singing the blues” before the civil rights movement. (As John Stewart later pointed out- “that’s when the blues started.”) Many people have been claiming that Robertson’s comments fall under “freedom of speech,” a protection given to everyone in the United States under the First Amendment. However, it seems obvious that no one who thinks the controversy is a freedom of speech issue has actually read the First Amendment and/or has any idea what it means.

The First Amendment guarantees that “Congress shall make no law…abridging the freedom of speech.” Nothing in the amendment says anything about private companies not being able to discipline their employees for saying offensive things. In fact, companies have that right, and that right was exercised in this case.

Given that the creator of Duck Dynasty played a gay adult film star, and may very well, in fact, himself be gay; and knowing that Robertson views gays as “sinners,” and that he compared them to people who commit bestiality; does that mean Robertson has, all along, been working with someone he views as he would view a person who engages in bestiality? Maybe the idea of “love the sinner, not the sin” is at play here. However, a tape has now emerged from 2010 in which Robertson said of gays:

Women with women, men with men — they committed indecent acts with one another and they received in themselves the due penancey for their perversions. They’re full of murder, envy, strife, hatred. They are insolent, arrogant, god haters, they are heartless, they are faithless, they are senseless, they are ruthless, they invent ways of doing evil.

Whew! That’s a whole lot o’ sinning in one mouthful! Given that one (and probably more) of Robertson’s bosses could very well be a member/s of this “murderous, evil” community, it’s amazing that Robertson stayed employed at A&E as long as he did.

The film, The Fluffer, is available in a rated-R version as well as an unrated version. The unrated version is described as having “slightly more nudity” than the tamer one. However, an attempt to view the clips provided online proved fruitless, as they were so boring it would be amazing if they held anyone’s attention. That being said, if you’re interested in seeing the Duck Dynasty creator shirtless, flexing his muscles and (gasp!) making out with a dude, then by all means, give it a go.

The creator of Duck Dynasty played a gay adult film star. What will we find out next? One thing’s for sure: Duck Dynasty is tearing us apart as a nation, and it needs to end soon so that we may return to matters of actual importance.

By: Rebecca Savastio

Sources:

Hollywood Life

6 Responses to Duck Dynasty Creator Played Gay Adult Film Star

  1. loch December 22, 2013 at 7:41 am

    Your quote from Phil Robertson, 2010…”men with men and women with women…it’s not his at all. He was paraphrasing the Bible, Romans 1, verses 27-32. Your argument is not with Phil, it’s with God.

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    • Juneau Mike December 22, 2013 at 3:03 pm

      Well apparently God thought that lesbians were hot, because he didn’t mention them at all.

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  2. Dominic Milan December 21, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    The First Amendment limits the federal gov’t, not my boss. I can say what I like at home or at the bar, but I can get fired from work for saying certain things. I don’t feel too bad for Phil, I doubt he is going to have to go on foodstamps. This is just not a First Amendment issue.

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  3. brian messinger December 21, 2013 at 12:12 pm

    the Lord is extremely jealous for church and the Christians. I am
    very angry with the heathens that feel secure. I was only a little angry, but they went too far with their punishment.
    My towns will again overflow with prosperity, and the LORD will again comfort the Christians and choose His church. Jesus

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  4. AhContraire (@AhContraire) December 21, 2013 at 6:36 am

    Enough of the silly digging of other stuff and try to end the argument in the first place by asking these 2 questions/points.

    That is, Doesn’t the medical community recommend that you, “Wash your hands after you go to the bathroom.”?

    Yet, now there are some in the medical community that now say it’s OK to “Sleep with the waste that gets flushed down in the toilet?” and that it’s possible to live a perfectly normal life.

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  5. Ken December 20, 2013 at 9:58 pm

    Phil has the right to say what he feels. . The bible says a man should not lay with another man . That’s the same for a woman with another woman . If you are gay that’s your problem. Deal with it. What are you a protected endangered species .

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