After President Obama announced that he is supportive of marriage rights, there was a flurry of reaction, from both the right and the left. Perhaps none was as controversial as the reaction of Paul Cameron of the Family Research Institute, where he accused the President of being gay.
Interviewer David Pakman had a chance to speak to Cameron about the accusation and about Cameron’s apparent obsession with the gay lifestyle and in particular, anal sex.
Cameron still asserted that Obama was gay, but admitted that he had no real evidence, other than a nameless guy who allegedly has the Obama’s personal phone number. However, he did try to put forth two conspiracies as evidence of the President’s sexual orientation, the Denver Post has gay writers and Hollywood has a lot of gay people. Then he said that all gays are pedophiles, and as proof offers Pakistan.
Pakman asked Cameron about his obsession with anal sex, arguing that many gay people (especially lesbians) don’t have anal sex. Cameron agreed that a “small percentage,” maybe 20% of gay people don’t have anal sex, meaning that 80% do, which is probably news to lesbians.
Then Cameron took us inside the crazy train in his head. He claimed that he was raped by a man when he was just three years old. That experience, he said, gave him an attraction to men, but by “eight or nine or ten” reoriented himself to become attracted to girls.
Of course, the rape of a three-year-old is just that, it is a rape. It is not a homosexual act. It is a criminal act, one for which there should be prosecution for the offender and therapy for the victim.
Pakman asked him,
“Isn’t it possible that you are gay?”
“Ha ha, well it’s IMpossible. Gay is kind of a political term.”
If there was anything I learned from Paul Cameron, it was that he is a man who never had the therapy that he desperately needed.
Here’s the video: