Kirk Cameron: ‘God hates gay people. God hates f— & you’re going to hell’

Kirk Cameron

Kirk Cameron’s going crazy on his Facebook page over reviews of his Saving Christmas movie. Kirk takes his evangelical douchebaggery seriously and promoted his film by telling women to get back in the kitchen. He posted this photo yesterday to thank his supporters for the film’s “fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes. He’s delusional. The film has an 8% rating. The LA Times called it “an unholy mess” and Peter Sobczynski of labeled it as “the only Christmas movie I can think of, especially of the religious-themed variety, that seems to flat-out endorse materialism, greed and outright gluttony.

Kirk was talking about the audience rating. He rallied his Facebook troops, and they briefly raised the film to a 94% audience rating. Already, Kirk’s “good work” has disappeared because the audience rating fell to 40%. That doesn’t matter though! Kirk told his followers to “keep storming” because “the haters and atheists are coming out of the woodwork.” He feels persecuted, but “together, they can’t stop us! Are you with me??” Nope.

What’s ironic — and sadly funny — is that Kirk is the biggest hater. He hates non-believers and non-evangelicals. He hates women, obviously. Oh, and he really hates gay people. Remember, he called homosexualityunhealthy, detrimental, and destructive.” He fought for freedom by saying, “This is a war we can win.” As if gay people truly waged war on Kirk Cameron.

Anyway. A new video by a group called “Deeper Understanding” started circulating online. Kirk’s production company, Living Waters Productions, already yanked it from YouTube. The footage assembled Kirk’s speeches about how to “witness” to a gay person. Kirk provides instructions on how to tell “our gay friends” they’re going to hell. I salvaged these quotes before the video disappeared:

“There’s nothing more important than your eternal salvation.”

“All sexual sin is offensive to God … But I didn’t choose this [straight] lifestyle. We’re all born with a sinful nature.”

“The real problem with many Christians who try to witness to someone who’s gay is that they don’t understand that homosexuality is one particular branch on the deep-rooted tree of the sinful nature. [Kirk's friend: "We're not actually homophobic. We're sinaphobic."] God hates gay people. God hates f***, and you’re going to hell. If we fail to be blunt and straightforward about that sin … again, we’re doing a disservice to our gay friends. Remember when I witnessed those gang members?”

“So … how do you witness to someone who’s gay? The same why you would share the gospel with someone who’s not gay.” [Insert montage of Kirk's not-gay friend asking dumb questions to people on the street.] “And they’re proud of their sin. What do we do with these people?”

[From YouTube]

I wish I could show you the video. It was filled with awful production values and footage of what Kirk sees as “gay people” — basically a group of guys dancing in a club (that could have come from Top Gun or any random 1980s movie). Kirk and his buddy drove down the street in a convertible as they casually discussed how God will send gay people to hell. What does it mean when Kirk said he “witnessed” to some gang members? God, I would love to have watched that go down.

Update: HuffPo posted the video. Go watch it!

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  1. It is what it is says:

    He seems like such a pathetic idiot

    • Megan says:

      He must study an alternative bible because I just can’t find the gospel of hate in mine.

    • LoveLee85 says:

      I do not like when people project their thoughts and opinions in such a hateful and nasty way!!!! I hope he’s okay when one of his kids comes out someday….I’d hate to be his child!!!! Take a seat and move to some country that doesn’t have wifi, please!!!

    • Josephine says:

      I’ve always assumed that he was gay. That amount of loathing usually does not come naturally to folks. I think it’s self-loathing. I’ve also wondered whether he was abused as a child, or frankly, mentally ill. What he does and say is not recognizable as Christianity.

      • Zimmer says:

        I think he must be gay too.

      • David says:

        I thought that as well.

      • hip says:

        i thought same thing

      • jwoolman says:

        Yes, this is way beyond normal, even for a fundamentalist evangelical type. Something’s wrong inside his brain or something happened to him as a child or early teen. His sister doesn’t seem to act like this, even though they apparently share the basic religious framework.

      • HughJass says:

        That’s what I read from: ” But I didn’t choose this [straight] lifestyle. We’re all born with a sinful nature.”

        See, these gay feelings he has are sinful and he has to overcome them.

        I can almost feel sorry for him. Almost.

      • tarheel says:

        Sorry, most homophobes are straight, not gay. Y’all can’t put him on our team, he’s yours!

    • samr says:

      Is that old man Kurt? He looks like he has AIDS!

    • AntiSocialButterfly says:

      He is one of the biggest concern trolls alive today.

      I thought the cross- dressing guy had the best rebuttal of any you could give- that (if) God is all knowing and all powerful (we are all created in his image, and are therefore not made in error).

      What the hell ever happened to love your neighbor as you love yourself (sorry if I mangled that, I’m not particularly religious)? Oh, yeah, Kirk is about as self-loathing as any human could be. Got it.

      • Joan says:

        Troll is an apt term for Kirk. He is preaching against certain “dangers” when he is the one I’m most afraid of in the scheme of things. I wish he would go away.

    • DenisePayne says:

      He seems like such a latent homosexual

  2. Janet says:

    If Heaven is full of right-wing evangelicals like this f*cktard, I think I’d rather go to the other place.

    • notasugarhere says:

      Think of it this way. They arrive at the pearly gates. St. Peter checks their name off the list and ushers them to the “Reserved Elevator”. It takes them to a little room filled with people like themselves. They spend eternity trapped in a room filled with intolerant, hate-filled self-loathing individuals who think they’re doing the work of Christ.

      We recognize the room for what it is: Hell.

      Meanwhile, Christ is in non-denominational Heaven partying with Cole Porter, Patrick Kelly, Yves Saint Laurent, Freddie Mercury, and Marlene Dietrich.

      • Isan says:

        Amen to that sister!

      • maplely says:

        That is awesome! Yes!

      • Snazzy says:

        ohhhh I like that version!

      • The Original Mia says:

        That’s perfect. I’m going to witness a bunch of this bigots and homophobes in just that way, notasugarhere.

      • Jules says:

        I will take your version of heaven any day!

      • Jag says:

        Love it!

      • FLORC says:

        Tha heaven sounds wonderful! Heaven has great style!

      • notasugarhere says:

        I see them all (impeccably dressed) gathered around a piano singing:

        We are the champions – my friends
        And we’ll keep on fighting
        Till the end
        We are the champions
        We are the champions
        No time for losers
        ‘Cause we are the champions of the World

      • I’ll go with you notasugarhere. I hear that hell is where all the fun people go anyway. We should all get together beforehand and maybe decide on who brings what dish to pass. Since I’m the first to sign up, I’ll put myself down for bringing the wine. I’m assuming that in Hell, the wine never runs out since it is SINFUL and all.

        Also, I hear that it’s actually not as hot as people make it out to be.But I’m still bringing my bikini, just in case.

        See Y’all in Hell,

        Highland Fashionista

      • Daria says:


        Jesus seems like a pretty chill guy. Water into wine and all that…I would absolutely party with Jesus. #jesusandpals

        I don’t understand the hate mongering. IF people choose to be so hateful about a certain group is it so hard to aim that intolerance towards child molesters, rapists, etc. You know, groups that actually *harm* other people? I fail to understand how someone’s sexuality is so important to other people or why women need to keep being “put in their place”. Find something positive to spend your time doing. Or get a hobby.

    • Luca76 says:

      Lol I’ve said this a million times. I’ve got no interest in being trapped with some bland humorless hate mongerers for the rest of eternity.

    • Gen says:

      Janet, I cannot tell you the times I have asked, “How can heaven work? Even Christians don’t like each other.”

  3. Victoria says:

    I like how everything is over the top in his movie poster except the message- Keep Christ in Christmas. His name, his stupid face, his ridiculous action flick body positioning. Barf.

    • Jmo says:

      He also puts the “douche” back in “douchebaggery”!

    • Just Me (and my Bobby McGee) says:

      Great God. This guy is such an uneducated idiot. Know what one of the first things I learned in RCIA (Catholicism conversion class) was? Jesus was actually born in the Spring and Christmas (Winter Solstice) is actually a Pagan holiday. As Winter Solstice is one of the biggest Pagan Holidays, setting the celebration of Christ’s birth around that time was seen as a tool to convert, since they were already celebrating anyway. So, technically, the only group “stealing” here is Christians, since it’s not their Holiday in the first place. Pick up a book, Kirk. You might learn something.

  4. Flora Kitty says:

    Thou doth protest too much

    • Tristan says:

      Spot on! Sounds like a particularly severe case of self loathing. In addition, with all the heinous stuff that the so called “religious” get up to daily (cf IS, Boko Haram, al-Shabab, far right Nazi Christians, etc etc etc), religious adherents are hardly even remotely credible or getting any decent press lately. It never ceases to astonish me how any idiot with an attitude problem seems to grab onto a pseudo religious justification for his psychotic actions. And the refrain is always the same: God hates fags & emancipated women. Talk about useless & pointless idiots trying to give meaning to their useless & pointless little lives. If you want to give your life meaning do something that saves lives & improves the lot of others, not all this tired hateful stupidity

    • Izzy says:

      Right? He flat out says that he considers sex “sinful” even for himself. So basically, he doesn’t even like sex. With his own wife? Dude has serious issues all over the map.

      • Deb says:

        Is that what he meant by, “But I didn’t choose this [straight] lifestyle”? When I read that line, I was like, “What?” Is he actually saying that being born as a heterosexual man is really part of being born with a sinful nature? That’s what it sounds like.

      • Just Me (and my Bobby McGee) says:

        There are a TON of blinds that claim Kirk Cameron is actually deeply, deeply closeted. If this is true, then yes, sex for him would be a sin. Because, he would be denying who he truly is, and for him, his normal sexual urges would be seen as sinful. It’s all really sad. :(

        My heart broke for the transgender person in the video. It makes me so sad when people use religion as a tool to hate. Biggest reason why I can’t get into organized religion.

    • minx says:

      People who are secure and happy with themselves, gay or straight, don’t care what anyone else is doing in their bedroom. It’s the ones who are hiding what they really are, and really want, who become obsessed with what they aren’t getting. And they can’t shut up about it.

      • Tristan says:

        Amen to that sister!

      • Wren says:

        True dat.

        The insecurity is strong with this one. Happy people who are content with their lives and themselves don’t shout about it from the rooftops, nor do they butt into the private affairs of others that have nothing to do with them under the guise of “saving” them.

      • claire says:

        Yeah, I think I’m gonna full on start believe this guy is a closet case because history has shown me that this turns out to be the case way too many times with these super gay-hating evangelists. LOL.

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        I agree. I think he is repressing the hell out of his basic ( homosexual) nature. Sad, but look at closeted (then outed) politicians… those who crow most loudly against gays are often the ones utilizing toe- tapping signals in the next stall of the men’s bathroom ( as just one example).

  5. Kiddo says:

    “All sexual sin is offensive to God … But I didn’t choose this [straight] lifestyle. ”

    Hmm. Am I witnessing deh Gayz in that sentence?

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      He’s gay, and he hates himself. I have no doubt.

      • Bridget says:

        Oh, no question.

      • Isan says:

        It’s sad as everybody knows this is what’s going on except for him.

      • littlestar says:

        Yep, I agree, he’s gay and he’s trying his hardest to fight it.

      • Christin says:

        He’s gone so over the top with this to the point I fully agree.

        And — A true Christian should not behave this way. It is not his place to judge anyone. I question a lot of things about him.

      • kri says:

        I, for one and going to pray for this person. I will pray hard that he realizes that he is able to “choose” to love who he wants, because, and I say this with love, if homeboy let himself go, he’d be the PRESIDENT of The Dong Posse. And I’m serious. It’s so sad that he is is afraid of his own truth. Love is the most important thing-it’s why we are here. Not to shame, hate, or “Witness” other people. I feel sorry for him and his twisted outlook.

    • Juls says:

      If he is saying that he didn’t choose to be straight, he is, by extension, admitting that gay people didn’t choose to be gay. Which voids his entire argument. Dumbass

      • Hotpockets says:

        @ Juls, but I feel like he saying they can choose not to be gay, like he does. He omits that everyone (him) has desires, but chooses not to act on them, which is why gay people will go to hell in his eyes, but yes, his ”argument” isn’t really an argument. He has so much anger in him, it really is sad.

    • Wren says:

      Interesting choice of words to be sure.

    • Deb says:

      That line has me confused for sure.

    • AntiSocialButterfly says:

      Definitely. If only he could have a breakthrough and realize that his interpretation of religion is farcical, at best.

  6. GeeMoney says:

    Oh gosh. I remember having the biggest crush on him when he was on Growing Pains.

    Now I’m just left to think “What in the hell was I thinking?!?” Sad.

    • Bread and Circuses says:

      Feel no shame; he was cute. (Hey, he’s still decent looking.) But what’s inside isn’t as pretty as the wrapping paper was.

  7. Kay V says:

    This is just too over the top… Bless his heart.
    He should hang out with Will & Jada Smith’s kids. See who “out-delude” the other.

    • FingerBinger says:

      The Smith kids are harmless new age hippies who probably love everyone. Kirk Cameron is spouting hate.

      • tarheel says:

        They are CoS, and Scientologists also hate Teh Gayz, as well as anyone not in their cult. Just like Kirk Cameron.

    • elo says:

      No comparison, the Smith kids are just that, kids. This is a grown ass man and a father himself. He’s disgusting and I hate that he even gets a public platform to spew this bs.

  8. Chris says:

    Such an infantile concept of “God”. Like there’s an old man with a gray beard, sitting on a cloud, all pissed off at gay people.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Right. And he makes people gay, then hates them for being gay. Because he’s such a jerk. That’s why we worship him.

      • Venus says:

        GoodNamesAllTaken, right?! Okay, so I don’t believe in God so maybe there’s something I’m missing. But that just doesn’t make any sense to me at all.

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        Yes, GNAT!!! I spoke essentially the same idea in another post. It’s insane, right?

    • grimmsfairytale says:

      Kirk s god always reminds me of a sociopath playing the sims 😒

  9. Tapioca says:

    You’d think if God hated gay people so much he wouldn’t have made half a billion of them. Or all the gay animals that people can point to as proof that homosexuality is, in fact, perfectly natural.

    And he would have made sure that his only son mentioned his distaste in his sermons more than the precisely ZERO times Jesus actually does.

    Oh, and he definitely wouldn’t have put the anti-gay rhetoric in the same book of the Bible as all the stuff about how it’s perfectly OK to keep slaves. Oopsie!

    • Lisa says:

      Great point Tapioca. I can’t wait until the day when science proves definitively that homosexuality is not a choice for humans. It will be interesting to see how Kirk and others of the same mindset try to explain that away.

      • JWQ says:

        they won’ t give a damn, unfortunately! people like Kirk believe that Earth was created 6000 years ago despite fossils and human skeletons paleontologists have been studying for years… do you think they’ d care about this? “science can’ t explain everything” will be their slogan!

        I am actually curious about their stance when it comes to abortion, though. if there is a gene for homosexuality (as lots of people think) and you can find out if your child is going to be gay or not, will that make abortion ok with them? I want to see their heads explode!

      • Bridget says:

        Attraction is a chemical reaction, though its an individual’s free will to act on it. I think that we’re starting to understand that sexuality is much more fluid that people had once assumed – for example, bisexuality is no longer considered just a stop on the way to gaytown.

        I will never understand when people strictly interpret the Bible, because they have to pick and choose what they believe and what they ignore. Which is specifically what they’re saying we’re not supposed to do.

      • Lisa says:

        Sadly, I think you might be right about their denial of evidence JWQ. I have never thought about the point on abortion. That is very interesting!

      • Isan says:

        Personally I can’t wait for the day that a manuscript is found at an archeological dig in Israel, which states that Jesus himself was bisexual and was fine with it.

      • Brandii says:

        Haa. Nope! They are already incorporating the born-this-way possibility in their teachings. It goes something like, ‘some people are born with predisposition to alcoholism but it is their burden to resist that predisposition for the greater Glory of God’. You get the gist…

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        I’m sorry, Lisa, but you just can’t fix stupid.

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        @JWQ- that would definitely lead to some DEFCON -5 level cognitive dissonance.

  10. LAK says:

    Well, it’s good to know that he speaks for God. Next time I have a god related question, I know exactly where to go……..

    I mean it’s always good to know that there is a god adjacent person right here, who can tell me with absolute certainty what god’s view might be on any given subject.

    • notasugarhere says:

      + 1,000,000 LAK your sarcasm rules

    • JustChristy says:

      God adjacent. Morality, like real estate, is always down to location, location, location.

      Sadly, the location of his mouth is attached to his ass, and his brain is back in the dark ages. We should get Travolta on this one, pronto.

    • HughJass says:

      Susan B. Anthony:
      I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires.

  11. K says:

    Who cares? Live and let live. I don’t get why people like him always have to insert themselves in to other people’s lives.

    • Greyson says:


      I’m not up to date with theology but I’m pretty sure in the bible it doesn’t say anything about hating gay people. In fact the detailing of sins is in the Old Testament. If you are CHRISTIAN I’m pretty sure Jesus saying “let those who have not sinned cast the first stone” null and voids any judgement!!!

      People like Kirk and the Duggars make me sick!

      Live your life. Believe what you want, but you do NOT have the right to impose your beliefs on others. Heck, if you’re right then it will be settled after death so you have no right in LIFE to cast down judgements!!

  12. Frida_K says:

    What can a person even say about this?

    What a moron.

    I hope the backlash against him and his kind is such that gay and genderqueer persons are supported more and more by decent straight and cis-gender folk who were oblivious or passive before but who are now outraged and so appalled by this b.s. that they start being vociferous in their opposition. Myself, I’ve always been an ally because I have too many gay loved ones to be otherwise. But this guy and guys like him put a burr under my saddle to make more noise in support of the people I love. I hope that people who hadn’t thought much of the subject get a burr, too.

    He’s a moron. And I’ll bet that deep down, he’s got some gay urges. Nobody gets that bent about gay folks unless they are attracted and afraid of the attraction.




    • Flora Kitty says:


    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:


    • Kiddo says:

      Me thinks he might be REALLY into a good “backlashing” if you know what I mean. Nudge, nudge, say no more, say no more.

    • Boxy Lady says:

      Super moron.

      Apparently Kirk and his friend did not realize that sinaphobia (actually sinophobia) is a real word that means fear of Asian people or things.

      Double super morons.

    • vauvert says:

      Exactly! Those of us who have gay family and friends need to speak up more on their behalf. Honestly, why anyone else would care what gay people do in their bedroom is beyond me. If you are straight, are you afraid it’s contagious? I mean, you can’t convince them to be straight, do you think they will subliminally turn you gay? Or hypnotize you?
      As for this bizarre gay hate philosophy being a direct order from God for Christians, may I remind you that Jesus never once proselytized against it… and the Old Testament to which the right wing haters point was one of the ancient texts translated multiple times, patched and interpreted so many ways that a lot of original meaning has been lost. I am not a scholar but know people who have studied it and it’s amazing how things can be interpreted differently.

    • BoredAndExtremelyDangerous says:

      Moron, and a dead-set twat.

      Why are his rants tolerated? I know people who have put much milder and certainly less incendiary comments on their Facebook in Australia, and their posts have been immediately taken down by Facebook and the posters subsequently banned/blocked for a period.

  13. msw says:

    What a hypocritical, sanctimonious, confused asshat. That’s all I got. I can’t work up a lather over idiots like this anymore. Just keep shoveling, d***s.

  14. Maya says:

    God hates judgemental people more than anything else.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I think God doesn’t hate anybody, even KC. But I agree with your sentiment, that this is such a twisted view of what God wants, that it’s sickening.

    • Trillion says:

      God always agrees with everything the believer is into. Just like an imaginary friend. Identical, in fact, to an imaginary friend.

      • BoredAndExtremelyDangerous says:

        Oh, Trillion. Yes!!

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        That’s really rude. I don’t belittle you for your beliefs, and I’d appreciate it if you would extend the same very basic courtesy.

      • Jane's Wasted Talent says:

        I agree, GoodNames- and you are very polite; ‘rude’ is not the word I would have used.

      • Lex says:

        Pshh get a sense of humour guys, that was a good one! Someone believeing your God is your imaginary friend has no bearing or impact on your life.

  15. Tarsha says:

    He disgusts me! In so many ways, and on so many levels. :(

  16. JWQ says:

    One thing I have never understood about fundamentalist tools such as Mr. Cameron is: why do they give for granted that every single person on the planet gives a damn about what God says/does or feels? Are they really that delusional to think that if a person says he or she is an atheist, then it’ s a lie? Or are they really that mentally-challenged/dumb and self-centered that they simply cannot comprehend that some people disagree? Because It is not that difficult to understand that there are people who don’ t believe in God and couldn’ t care less about the stuff God preaches… let alone what religious nuts preach.

    • JustChristy says:

      Yeap. So very much.

      I’ve come into contact with people who couldn’t fathom how Jewish people think they could get into heaven, because “but who is responsible for your salvation? How will you get past those pearly gates without Jesus?” Like, people who were seriously perplexed by this, and could not be bothered to entertain the possibility that there are other options in the big buffet of faith. As well, they could not be bothered to consider that maybe there’s more than one path to the same end. I understood that in childhood, and am now an atheist.

      The saddest part of this, other than his likely denial of who he really is, and his apparent hatred of those he has deemed unworthy, is that there are still too many people that think just like him. And those people are raising children who think just like them. It’s well and good to believe that bigotry is something localized to the likes of Phil Robertson, Rush Limbaugh, and other old, white dinosaurs who will be gone soon. But it’s not. And that bothers me just as much.

      • JWQ says:

        how can you reach that point? how can you be so ignorant and delusional that you can’ t understand that people who don’ t care about the stuff you care about exist? I’ m not a big fan of religion in general (any religion), but most of the people I meet who believe in God are not like this (thankfully). They are enthusiast about it, I get that, and if the topic comes up, they try to make you see what their faith is about just as you, as an athest/agnostic, try to make them see why you don’ t have that faith, but they are not THAT blind and self-entitled. And I am Italian, I have always thought we had it worse with the Vatican and all that jazz! Or am I just lucky and have never met idiots like this?

        And I agree with you… it IS sad and it DOES bother me as well that these people have children who are brainwashed and become like their parents. it is a terrible prospectus!

  17. captain hero says:

    I forgive you for your sins Kirk Cameron.

  18. Charlotte says:

    I try and reserve this word for when I truly mean it, so here goes:
    I HATE Kirk Cameron.

    • AustenGirl says:

      Adding my voice to yours!

    • grimmsfairytale says:

      I don’t hate him (as an atheist I try to watch who I hate so people can’t say I hate a god because I dislike them personally), but I find him EXTREMELY counterproductive to any progress we can make as a species. He is a progress inhibitor.

      • Charlotte says:

        I’m also atheist. I use the word ‘hate’ sparingly because I feel it is a strong word and I like it to have its full force for moments like this. I think it’s pretty clear this isn’t a case of disliking Christians.

      • grimmsfairytale says:

        a lot of people seem to think being an atheist means you hate religion/Christians/god. Look at the movie “gods Not Dead” the atheist professor admitted he hated god, which meant he was a theist and actually thought there was a god to hate, ergo, not an atheist but a disgruntled christian. Many think that is what an atheist is. I get that from almost any time I say I’m an atheist, they feel like I missed the memo, or hate god. I don’t believe in a god. But the emotion I feel about the subject is akin to a blase shrug.

      • Charlotte says:

        I wasn’t trying to counter-point you, merely doubling down on my Kirk hate.
        I’ve had many extremely religious friends and relatives who have tried every spin possible to try and convince me I must believe in their god. So, I get the angle that ‘you hate god this you believe in god’. I’ve had JW’s leave my door voluntarily before now because they couldn’t out-debate me.
        I can also see how an atheist professor could hate god and be atheist. I hate ‘god’ in the sense that I hate that so many arguments, fights, wars and carried out for the sake of people insisting we all must believe in the same mythical omnipotence.

      • grimmsfairytale says:

        I am not trying to counter point you at all. 😊 is nice to see active fellow atheists netting vocal here.

  19. chloeee says:

    You are so delusional you make your dinner reservations under an alias. The people who actually know who you are want nothing to do with you. The ones that do are Duggars. Go away.
    The Staff at your local restaurant that you half ignore every time you come in and
    Everybody else on earth.

    • Tarsha says:

      Lol, maybe he is afraid that if people know he will be there that there will be protesters. He seems to be as popular as Westboro Baptist Church.

      • Tara says:

        Ha! Or maybe, somewhere beneath all his delusion, he understands the restaurant staff will say “There are just no tables to be had, Mr. Cameron, until 2314, So sorry.”

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:


    • Christin says:

      He’s aging quickly, so I doubt the general public recognizes him anyway.

      Being extremely self-righteous seems to go hand-in-hand with delusional self-importance.

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        You strike a chord with your comment about being delusional, which I agree he is… some form of mental illness is afoot in this guy, seriously… delusional disorder, anyone?

  20. lisa2 says:

    Why is it that people like him that proclaim to be so full of the Holy Spirit; have so much hate in them. Are always attacking and doing the exact opposite of what the scriptures says. Do unto others, He who is without sin, Judge not lest ye be judge;

    I don’t understand and never will. If I believed these people’s concept of GOD.. I would be a non believer.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Right. I so agree. Let’s all worship a God who is petty, mean, hateful and cruel. That makes so much sense.

    • MrsBPitt says:

      What drives me nuts, are these bible thumpers who hate gay people, you know, cause the bible tells them too…but then they go out and commit every other sin the bible tells us…cheating on a spouse, children out of wedlock, stealing, lying, etc. Seems like the sins are okay, if they are the ones committing them. Hypocritical fools!

      Where is Christopher Hitchens, when you need him!

      • grimmsfairytale says:

        Wearing mixed fabrics…. eatting shellfish. … shaving. Why is only ONE part in Leviticus so important to him?
        RIP Hitchens. 😦
        kirk could use a hitchslap.

      • Ugh, that’s what I hate. It’s reminds me of my aunt who posts anti-abortion, anti-contraceptive crap on Facebook, talking about how she believes all kids are gifts,etc and then turns around and has four kids and flat out won’t work.

        Also–just because I’m feeling really sad today, my dog had a seizure at 5 am (good thing I stay up all night on weekends), and when I found her I completely freaked out because she was laying on her side, puking up bile and peeing, and couldn’t stand up. My poor puppy is falling apart–she doesn’t produce tears in one eye, and can only breathe out of one nostril because the other’s clogged all the time.

      • Christin says:

        @VC – I hope your puppy gets better, soon. If you can get her to a vet, it might help to have her checked out for things like kidney failure. I don’t mean to scare you, but those symptoms could be a signal, especially if she cannot get up on her own.

        There are things you can do to slow down kidney failure in some cases, so don’t give up.

      • Lady D says:

        My heart goes out to you Virgi. Hugs.

      • JustChristy says:

        @Virgilia, hope s/he is ok! And that whatever’s going on is at the least easily manageable. Some breeds are more prone to epilepsy than others, and at least there are meds for that. Fingers crossed.

        And I have a similar aunt. During the hobby lobby crap of recent history, I would see her comments to complete strangers on Facebook, just being so rude and condescending, as well as showing her complete lack of understanding between what constitutes birth control, abortion, Plan B and actual abortificent (sp) drugs. She also crows about how she’s so Christian, and how church is so important to her. In truth, her true Christian goodness exists somewhere on the same parallel as Lindsay Lohan’s sobriety. She also claims Halloween is all about SATAN, so she’s not someone I tend to go around. Ever.

  21. Jenns says:

    He also hates fun birthdays.

    (I will always post this picture, because whenever this a-hole says something stupid, it makes me feel so much better.)

  22. DenG says:

    I’m in the kitchen being joyful, so I’ll have to read this later.

  23. Sara says:

    See you there, Kirk.

  24. Charlie says:

    I’m a Christian ( Catholic), he’s a Christian, yet our idea of Christianity is completely different. We might as well belong to different religions.

    • SpookySpooks says:

      I don’t think he understands the core teachings of Christianity.
      Catholics, in my experience tend to be much more progressive than Evangelists.

      Is this DJ Tanner’s brother?

      • llc says:

        Yes, and she spouts the same ignorant, hateful garbage. Although she is smart enough to keep some of it to herself.

        Jesus said not to worry about the speck in your neighbor’s eye when you have a beam in your own.

    • rianic says:

      I was coming to say the same thing.

    • LaurieH says:

      As a Catholic convert, I feel the same way: it’s as if he’s a different religion. God loves everyone He created. All He wants is for us to love Him back and the way we show Him that love is by loving those that He loves – i.e. everyone. You don’t have to love what everyone does or says, but you must love and respect their humanity. We all sin; there are no exceptions because no one is perfect. It’s as if Kirk has never actually read the Bible (or failed to understand it). It’s not a cover-to-cover read. It’s not in chronological order. It is part history, part poetry, part wisdom, part stories with fictional characters. The Old Testament is heavy, but it exists in the Christian Bible in order to contextualize the New Testament. Jesus’s teaching and messages are SO easy to understand (even if Jesus Himself is a mystery). Love each other. Be kind and charitible to each other in all ways. Treat others with the level of love and mercy and forgiveness that you would like God to treat you with. Understand we are all sinners…therefore, pay more attention to the log in your eye than the splinter in the other guy’s eye (hey Kirk!!). As they say, the Church is not a parlor for saints; it’s a field hospital for sinners.

  25. Falkor says:

    Mhm, and you’re going to Hogwarts, Kirk! Just as real and legit and Dumbledore hates your ass.

  26. bettyrose says:

    How come god doesn’t hate rape? Not to change the subject, but I don’t give a crap about Kirk Cameron. Nutters spend so much time attacking consenual adult behaviors, but they could do so much good by preaching against sexual violence.

    • Falkor says:

      Probably because he’s heard the body has ways to shut that down.

    • FingerBinger says:

      Because men who rape women are straight. It’s only a problem when you’re gay according to Kirk Cameron and God,apparently.

    • elimaeby says:

      Long time reader, first time commenter. THIS COMMENT. SO MUCH THIS. I was briefly engaged to a very religious man who was quick to judge homosexuality, atheists, the whole lot. When I broke off the engagement, he violently raped me. So much for the spirit of the lord and whatnot.

      • Pandy says:

        He used to be so good looking but his hate has made him ugly. He looks like he has no joy in his life. Sad. And pathetic.

      • Pandy says:

        Sorry elimaeby – meant to reply to your post. What an awful story. I feel for you.

      • AustenGirl says:

        Elimaeby, so sorry that you went through that! I’m a fellow survivor of sexual violence and a long-time reader/newbie commenter within the last few weeks. The reason these biggots are so quick to judge these groups is because the existence of homosexuals/atheists/feminists challenges the traditional patriarchal structures from which they derive power and self-worth. It’s disgusting.

      • elimaeby says:

        Pandy, I am fortunate enough to be happily married to an endlessly hate-free and wonderful person now, so things worked themselves out. I do avoid any kind of zealot these days, though. It takes a certain kind of darkness to get so riled up about anything.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Elimaeby, I’m so sorry that happened to you, and I’m so glad you got out and found happiness. I also agree with you that any kind of fanaticism, including Christianity, comes from a fearful, hateful place, and is dangerous and destructive.

    • AustenGirl says:

      @bettyrose: “they could do so much good by preaching against sexual violence”

      They actually do preach against sexual violence by telling women to submit to men! You can’t rape the willing and submissive woman. Proximity to a man is considered consent. Submission eradicates rape. (pausing to hurl my breakfast)

      Hate is a strong word, but I freaking hate this douche bag! As much as I hate intolerance, I am proudly intolerant of stupidity and hate based on “religion” and mind-boggling ignorance.

    • The Other Katherine says:

      Amen, bettyrose.

  27. NewWester says:

    I still believe he is hiding the fact he is gay or some big scandal involving him and some male hooker having s&m sex while doing crack and meth is about to hit the fan. I am personally hoping it is some scandal. He is beyond pathetic at this point.

    • minx says:

      He does ping. I’m going to say he had a gay experience–or simply feelings that he never acted on–when he was young and he liked it. Then he felt shame and guilt and overcompensated by marrying young, having a bunch of kids and speaking homophobic nonsense.

    • Siren6 says:

      We’ll he’s pretty much guarented that people searching for his latest lameness will be googling “Kirk Cameron gay” – so keep it up, Kirk!

  28. minx says:

    He’s only 44, but he looks old and bitter. He’s probably jealous of hot gay men.

    • lisa2 says:


      It can stay inside just so long then it has to come out.. it makes you age quickly and harshly

  29. lucy2 says:

    I think he’s horrible and I wish he’d shut the hell up and stop spewing hate, but…I also feel sorry for him. Being that angry, that hateful, that fearful? That’s a shitty way to live. The more he yells about it, the more I suspect he’s long been fighting feelings he doesn’t know how to handle.

  30. FLORC says:

    Speaking plainly he’s a shining example of sin. He’s prideful at its finest.
    He acts like he’s not fallible. That he is exactly how God wants to view us all.

    Kirk needs to be reminded God doesn’t hate. He hates and he’s trying to justify his hate as God’s will. And speaking for God never turns out well. In the movie at least.

    This guy is delusional.

    • Kiddo says:

      “God” is only an instrument to get attention. God is the Kim Kardashian butt to Kirk.

      • FLORC says:

        I’m no fan of cross threads. There’s enough KK attention on those threads. I see we have none today so it had to bubble up somewhere.

        That said Kiddo I enjoy your comments and agree with this one.
        I just don’t like how everyone has contempt for someone they can’t get enough of.

      • Kiddo says:

        FLORC, I rarely venture into their threads. But there was no way to avoid the last (ground) round of exhibitionism, it was plastered all over the internet, the TV, and thus unavoidable, even without clicking on any links, which I did not.

  31. Lisa says:

    God hates homosexuality but he is completely okay with slavery, inequality, incest, and bigotry. Sounds like God is from Alabama.

    • We Are All Made of Stars says:

      Just had to give you props for that one. :)

    • BengalCat2000 says:

      As a resident of Alabama, your statement annoys me, especially in the wake of rampant racism all over the country. I have also lived all over America, and I can tell you that this Country is racist as hell. I study Buddhism and have never associated with anyone like KC. Ever. It’s not about a particular State, it’s about the world we live in, geez!
      This guy is on another level of absurdity. He’s a closeted joke.

      • Lisa says:

        Its called a joke BengalCat. You should try it sometime. It might help you to get rid of some of that anger you feel from living in Alabama.

      • BengalCat2000 says:

        Lisa, I’m just tired of people going the easy route and making these issues about a particular group of people (or part of the country) when this awfulness is all over the place. And my lack of humor over your “joke” is probably because it isn’t clever. It’s cheap and lame and has been done before without being offensive. This entire article is pissing me off. I’m done with this thread. Living in Alabama is making me so darn angry and unfunny.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Lisa, I agree with BengalCat. I know you to be a great person from reading your posts, but this one hurt my feelings. My parents are from Alabama, and they are intelligent, compassionate people who organized a committee to welcome black kids to our school in NC during integration. And help them transition. And as BengalCat said, we live in a racist country, and it gets old to have people constantly using stereotypes to ridicule part of the nation for something the whole nation is guilty of. If you made a joke like that about gays, or an ethnic group,or a religious group, people would be appalled. It’s not a good idea to stereotype any group. And it’s not very nice when someone tells you that you hurt their feelings to turn it around and slap them again.

      • FLORC says:

        It’s a bit insulting to say the least. It might be true to a small population, but that same type of society exists in every state. Alabama shouldn’t have to shoulder that burden.

        You’re flat out attacking Bengal over their defense of their state and using that to attack them personally.

      • Amy Tennant says:

        I’m from Georgia myself, and I feel your pain, BengalCat. It sucks to have your home state constantly maligned. People who pat themselves on the back for being “above prejudice” have no trouble labeling us all as racist, inbred hillbillies .

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        This is generally a really open & terrific place to be, please don’t get too frustrated by an easy-way-out (& bad) joke. Stereotyping people is awful, but the majority of people know that there are crappy/ bigoted/ignorant/any adjective people everywhere, not solely clustered in one particular place. :)

        Also, doesn’t Alabama have one of the nation’s strongest technology & aerospace industry concentrations?

      • Amy Tennant says:

        Yep, you got it, Butterfly, genuine rocket scientists in Huntsville, AL!

    • grimmsfairytale says:

      lisa wins the Internet for me today.

      • BengalCat2000 says:

        I see you appreciate cliches as much as Mr. Cameron! ☺

      • grimmsfairytale says:

        I actually tried to edit and delete my comment after I read yours, but I must not have caught it in time. I hadn’t considered someone from Alabama s feelings when laughing at that joke, and I apologize.

      • BengalCat2000 says:

        @grimm, that’s really cool of you to say. Thanks. I’m sensitive about this because I also lived in Oregon for a number of years and was shocked at how racist and homophobic it could be! I bought into the cliches as well. Sorry to be so definisive.

      • grimmsfairytale says:

        No problem. I don’t want to make anyone feel discriminated.

        I live in Oregon! Portland, actually. But I lived in southern Oregon for a few years and it was an EXTREMELY racist town. I was shocked too. In Portland, there is passive aggressive racism, but in rural Oregon, full blown aggressive racism. Like confederates flags, the whole 9 yards. I was shocked tbh.

      • BengalCat2000 says:

        Grimm, I love Oregon so much! I thought that by moving to one of the most liberal States in America, I could escape all the a**holes. If only that were true!

      • Amy Tennant says:

        My husband is from southern Illinois, and he always seemed to turn his nose up at the South. And then I went to see where he grew up and I saw more Confederate flags in Illinois than I EVER saw in Georgia. He’s not allowed to diss the South anymore.

    • UghInsomnia says:

      Awww. Born and raised Alabamian here, and I assure you- I am not okay with any of those things except homosexuality. I promise there are rational humans in this state ;)

      Nor am I okay with Kirk Cameron. Yuck.

  32. Tracy says:

    Mike Seaver grew up to be a real idiot.

  33. yeah says:

    so the guy is gay and hates himself.
    and then jesus taught him that he can hate others instead! yay!

  34. HoustonGrl says:

    Exodus 20:7 “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.”

  35. Mzizkrizten says:

    He is not a representation of what it is to be A Christian.

  36. Ellie66 says:

    doucherie run thick with this one. :(

  37. Hotpockets says:

    “All sexual sin is offensive to God … But I didn’t choose this [straight] lifestyle. We’re all born with a sinful nature.”

    So his hateful behavior towards gay people is essentially him projecting his own anger about his true sexuality onto people who are able to embrace and accept theirs (Got it)? I know people who don’t agree with homosexuality, but I have never seen anyone take things to this level when it comes to speaking against it, especially on the platform that he has. Kirk Cameron reminds me of that character in American Beauty, the one that hates gay people, but turns out to be gay. He is one sad individual.

  38. Bridget says:

    Celebitchy folks: I.know that you guys are covering what we thw readers respond to, and ultimately the high page view and comment numbers are what spur you to provide more stories about people like Kirk and the Duggars, but consider this my formal request to stop covering their hate. I will also of course try not to click on their stories.

    • mayamae says:

      I understand what you’re saying, but I think it’s important to reveal what these people really are. You wouldn’t believe how many people think the Duggars are just a large and loving old-fashioned family. They don’t know they’re hate mongers, because TLC edits anything offensive from the show. It’s extremely important to tell the public that Michelle Duggar recorded a robo call equating people in the LGBT community to child predators.

      • Bridget says:

        I totally respect that opinion as well. All I’m saying is, sometimes I feel like all we’re doing is feeding into their need for “persecution”. We give them power by giving them a spotlight. It’s such a hard balance as a decent person because they need to have a light shown on their nastiness, but that also that light helps their own cause.

  39. some bitch says:

    Yep, he’s gay. I hope he learns to love himself. Honestly, Kirk Cameron stories just leave me feeling sad.

    • Siren6 says:

      Look at those pictures! He has the worlds saddest eyes. Like, tortured sad. That’s a man drowning in a self-created pool of hate.

  40. jenn12 says:

    I keep hoping that reports are exaggerated, or this guy will get it together… nope. Really depressing, but at least he seems to have a severely limited platform. What happened to this guy? This isn’t just being a tool. This is hatred of most people that he spews. And where is his wife? You never see her.

  41. irene harvey says:

    this wouldn’t bother me so much–he just seems unhinged–if these ideas were not the backbone of the republican party which has just come into unprecedented power in the country. you want to hear people spouting this insanity every day of the week? just watch fox news.

    watch your reproductive (& other) rights, ladies–they’re being rolled back as we speak. these inbred yahoos are dangerous.

    • SamiHami says:

      Don’t do that. Don’t project onto the republican party. That’s not in any way, shape or form what we are about. What I find dangerous is people spewing lies about others…such as you just did with your post.

      It’s okay for people to disagree and have have opposing opinions, but if you reduce your argument to flat out lies (reproductive rights being rolled back? Hardly) and ignorant insults (inbred yahoos) then it’s hard to have a lot of respect for your POV.

      It’s okay to disagree without assuming anyone is eeeeeevviiiillllll. Demonizing those who hold a different opinion than you is ignorant, at best. Wouldn’t it be smarter to learn what people are actually about and try to find common ground?

  42. Mrs. Ari Gold says:

    I worry that he was abused as a child actor and that is why he is like this. What else could make someone this crazy? It’s like he is mentally ill.

    • Dolce crema says:

      That’s a great point. He went crazy for some reason, that could be it

    • Hotpockets says:

      I wouldn’t doubt it, there is a lot of child abuse in the entertainment industry.

    • llc says:

      It’s possible, but I really don’t care to excuse him. I hear this garbage very frequently from a wide variety of “Christians.”. Where I live these beliefs are fairly common and, to a degree, socially acceptable. I work with a man who spewed worse to me – who he barely knows. I argued with, but it, of course, made no difference. After he left, my coworker, who witnessed the whole thing, said that she disagreed with him but that ” everyone is entitled to their own opinions. “. I don’t think anyone is entitled to hate, bigotry, misogyny, or homophobia.

  43. funcakes says:

    I went to catholic school in it’s fire and brimstone days and even they never spewed such hateful things. I was taught that God loved everyone. God did not pick and choose who to love. And even though I practice no particular religion I take my parochial school education and apply it to my everyda life. I try to be the best person I can possibly be.
    P.s. when I say fire and brimstone days I’m mean the nun and priests were nonsense type of teachers

  44. Abbicci says:

    Like the Duggars and other crazies, Kirk is a professional Christian. He’s making money by spewing hate. The more ‘persecuted’ these people feel the more money they make. More Christian books, movies, lecture circuit appearances. Every negative comment is a dollar sign for them. They get to prove how tough it is to be a white, christian male in America.

    Kirk will take money from churches and other groups to stand at a podium and talk about how all the atheists and other non christians are trying to pull him down and destroy him and this christian nation. He will talk about how the good christians need to be as one and defeat the evil in America until this is really a christian nation or until Jesus returns.

    And the jackasses listening will whip out their check books and give him money for his ‘ministry’. If it weren’t so destructive and potentially dangerous to my personal freedoms I’d call it a really good business plan.

    If you want to see how well this crap sells do a Google search for Mike Warnke. Not only does it sell, but even when these people are discredited, fact by fact shown to be thieves they still have defenders.

  45. Nimbolicious says:

    He’s the Grinch Who Stole Tolerance. Maybe a gay little Randy Lou Who (think Richard Simmons) should come along to wake him the f$&@k up and drag his ass out of the closet.

    (Cut to a touching ending, in which they’re both smilingly tossing rainbow-colored condom packets from atop the tallest float at the Gay Pride parade.)

  46. embee says:

    Gay friends of mine say that they knew they were at young ages. Believe they were born this way it’s not a choice. None of Kirks business. So annoying when someone pushes their beliefs on you. Bible thumpers the worst. What made him become such an asswipe?

  47. Luke Meade-Barlowe says:

    Love the picture with the great crotch shot!

  48. Kelly says:

    :sigh: I thought I had a crush on him growing up but then I got smarter and realized it was Mike Seaver I liked, not THIS guy.


  49. Ginger says:

    “I’m proud of my sin” hee hee hee. (que up AC/DC) “I’m on the highway to hell…” The only thing I’m (not) sorry about today is that I have to laugh at the deluded folks like him that actually believe God “hates” anything. I want to be sitting next to St. Peter when Kirk reaches the pearly gates…he’s in for a big surprise.

  50. LaurieH says:

    As a Christian (Catholic), all I am going to say is this: if you ever hear a so-called Christian say “God hates” or that someone is “going to Hell”…. run!….because they are NOT Christians. He sounds like one of those Westboro baptist fools.

    • Sunny says:

      I second that. Jesus didn’t hate anyone. Jesus was all about tolerance, kindness, and helping those around you.Spouting hate is just about the most un-Christain thing I can imagine.

      I can’t believe I had a crush on Kirk when I was younger. Just no.

  51. The Original G says:

    This is what happens when early fame and a fixed delusion disorder get together.

  52. Dommy Dearest says:


  53. Ummm says:

    Wow. Just wow. I am a born again Christian and my own interpretation of the Bible is this:

    Prior to the time Jesus came to die for all sinners and sin, yes, God was punishing people left and right for all kinds of things in all kinds of creative ways. After Jesus, it was left up to us to live our lives with free will to choose the life we will live. And during Jesus, it was taught that we should love all people, because what did Jesus do? Hung out with prostitutes, tax cheats, lepers, and all kinds of people that Mr. Cameron would no doubt find “evil sinners”.

    Methinks he has only read the Old Testament and NOT the New Testament because that type of thinking is what Jesus came to abolish. I’ll keep reading my Bible and believing what I know to be true – that God loves all of us and Jesus died for all of us and forgave us too. And that anyone who calls on Him is saved. Period. Gay, straight, murderous, etc.

    • LaurieH says:

      Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!! As a Catholic, I am often bewildered why so many so-called “Christians” (like Kirk) keep referring back to the Old Testament. Yes, the Old Testament is part of the Christian Bible but it exists to provide context and explain the coming of Jesus. The Old Testament contains 613 “laws” – which people routinely failed to follow because – oh, gee, I dunno – people aren’t perfect. So along comes Jesus, who is perfect, but who also “corrected” a number of those laws (manyof which were created by man, not God, and many more of which were completely misconstrued). He died on the cross to absorb the sins of man (past and future) and left us really with only two main “laws” (Commandments) to follow: 1) Love God. 2) Love your neighbor as you love yourself. Pretty easy stuff. In the common vernacular, what Jesus said is “don’t be a jerk”. And yet people, like Kirk, like to flip back to the Old Testament and dredge up things out of Leviticus and other places and, in doing so, is COMPLETELY negating the entire point of Jesus….which, in turn, completely nullifies his claims to be a Christian.

      • FLORC says:

        Don’t be a jerk… Yes!
        You want people to be nice to you and eachother? Lead by example. If nothing else trust god will sort out the bad from the good and just be nice regardless of how they live their life. Turn the other cheek and so on.
        It’s a simple message that so often gets corrupted to suit personal opinion.

    • Amy Tennant says:

      YES. I feel an Amen coming on. ::raise hand, sway slightly::

  54. Pegasus says:

    Soooo….he’s as gay as the day is long, right? That’s what I’m taking away from this.

    How very pagan of me. Let me don my joyful Virgin Mary apron and get right to work decorating my house for this holiest of commercial holidays.

    What an asshat.

  55. Elena says:

    My Christmas wish is for Kirk to disappear into thin air.

  56. Isabelle says:

    Well I guess if you believe people are going to hell, the right thing to do in their mind is too save the damned. An odd form of caring. He probably believes he’s honestly doing the right but it doesn’t make him right. He seems to be clueless & religious end up, he’s chose the ‘truth’ of a dogmatic religion & is acting like one of its thoughtless drones. Bless his little fire fearful heart.

  57. Argirl says:

    He’s got it wrong and I feel sorry for him.

  58. lindy79 says:

    Im pretty sure if you believe in God, God hates gay people as much as those women enjoyed his birthday party…

  59. melior says:

    Not as much as He hates idiots. So betta watch out!!

  60. Tara says:

    Sorry if I’m repeating what other(s) have already said, but does it seem like he admitted he just outed himself as a [repressed] homosexual? “All sexual sin is offensive to God … But I didn’t choose this [straight] lifestyle. We’re all born with a sinful nature.”

    • Tara says:

      ps: thanks to all the Christians on this board representing Christ’s real message of love. I’m not religious, but it was the disconnect between what I understood as Christ’s message and what I saw in the religious world… that distanced me from my catholic upbringing… and eventually all religion. Though, I gotta say, Pope Francis would’ve made me think twice about leaving; he’s awesome, and I hope he’s allowed to continue his good work for a long time.

  61. Jill says:

    This idiot is nothing but a con artist. He thinks if he speaks about God then other idiots will thinks he must be a good person and buy what he is selling. He is offensive to me and I am straight as a pin!

  62. solanaceae (Nighty) says:

    God (if He exists) doesn’t hate anyone, that’s people’s ability… Hatred is a human “(dis)quality, (un)quality” (???)

    *don’t mind my invention of words…*

  63. Poppy says:

    He implies the critics were anti- church/God/Jesus as to why they gave it a bad rating but that is an excuse. It was just a bad, poorly made movie. Critics don’t judge on just if they like it or not or a type of movie they want to see but rather the quality. Sure sometimes their personal opinions get in the way but I don’t think if the movie was quality it would be at 8 percent Rotten Tomatoes Christian or not. I think it was just low budget and he thought all the evangelics would flock to it just because it’s “christian”.

    • Lady D says:

      Maybe he saw it as the second coming of the Passion of the Christ.

    • If someone actually puts money into making GOOD Christian films, then I know Christians would flock to them. Heck, one of my favorite movies is The Prince of Egypt (love Disney/kids movies that are well done)….it is amazing. I like seeing Bible stories being made into movies–not so much modern day stuff.

  64. embee says:

    I’m not religious, but he says he is. He’s out spreading word about how hateful God is. I was always told how loving God is. Kirks not “homophobic” just “sinaphobic”. Is this guy for real?

  65. Longhorn says:

    I saw a video once on you tube where he’s at the UCLA campus trying to convince students that the theory of evolution is false and that human beings began with Adam and Eve. He looked like a fool as students calmly used logic, reasoning and their scientific knowledge to defend the theory of Evolution. It was fantastc to see Kirk look like a complete idiot when recited passages of the Bible to “prove” the Adam and Eve are the real first humans. The guy is a nut.

  66. Lau says:

    He needs to just GO AWAY. ASAP.

  67. TotallyBiased says:

    Careful, Kirk.
    Your Westboro Baptist is showing.

  68. Square Bologna says:

    Kirk, buddy, God hates your hairpiece. It’s going to hell. ;)

  69. cr says:

    Kirk wrote his on his FB page: “Why is Christmas Celebrated In Winter?
    Winter was made for Christmas.” Does he not recognize the Southern Hemisphere?

  70. FurballFriend says:

    I feel sorry for his gay kids.

  71. Annaliese says:

    What worries me is the comment, “What are we to do with these people?”–as if he has the right, or the authority, or the power to do ANYTHING to someone of whose lifestyle he doesn’t approve. There are far too many of these professional (un)Christians (I do love that phrase, thank you to whoever originally came up with it) who really do think that they can do anything they like to someone of whom they don’t approve. And thus we wind up with queerbaiting (in this case I think they call it “witnessing”) and more Matthew Shepards.

  72. Irishserra says:

    What an arrogant ass. Who is he to proclaim who God hates or does not hate? I don’t remember ever reading anywhere in the bible that God hates anyone.

    I, however, am a sinful imperfect human being and and as such, I can’t help but hate Kirk Cameron.


  73. Emily C. says:

    Right, Jesus said it was as hard for gay people to go to heaven as for a camel to get through the eye of a needle. OH WAIT actually he said that about rich people. In fact, the vast majority of his condemnations were against rich people. Hmm. I’d guess Kirk Cameron follows the Rich Person version of the Bible that’s been so popular for millennia, the one that cuts the huge amount of preaching for economic justice in favor of a couple throwaway lines that probably didn’t mean then what we think they mean now anyway.

  74. Angee says:

    He should shut his mouth and just do what’s right. People have to come to their own conclusions that the life they’re leading is wrong in God’s eyes. You have to love them no matter where they’re at and help lead them to the truth. Jesus didn’t cram it down people’s throats and neither should we.

  75. Neners says:

    If heaven is going to be populated by people like this idiot, then I think I’d rather spend eternity in hell.

  76. Juniper says:

    Listen – this guy is a douche enough – but even I can tell from the ‘Everything is Terrible’ mash up of this video’s clips that the quote in the title is said in some other context. Don’t do that. It’s wrong – even with douchbags idiots like Cameron.

  77. Sonia says:

    Please write about Craig Wayne Boyd from the voice. I looooove him

  78. RobN says:

    I disagree vehemently with pretty much everything he believes. However, it’s not fair to take bits of tape and edit them together and pretend they’re supposed to be that way. There’s a clear edit in front of and after his comment that God hates gay people. A reasonable person would like to know how that was edited. For instance, if you edit out the words “Nobody thinks”, then the sentence becomes “Nobody thinks God hates gay people”. Well, that is quite a bit different, isn’t it? He may, in fact, have said just that as religious people love to take shots at others by couching it as a hatred of the sin and not the person.

    People, including Cameron, say vile things. However, there are enough vile things out there without intentionally editing things to change their meaning. It would be easy to take the words of the most progressive person and edit them into sounding disparaging towards some group or another. We should all insist on actual quotes and context. The rights and acceptance of gays isn’t advanced by what are essentially lies.

  79. Brandia says:

    You have a real sneaky agenda on this site, don’t you?
    I like that you don’t allow Jerry Springer-esque comments on this site, which is why I even come here, but to refuse to post something because it doesn’t coincide with your angle is sheer philosophical cowardice.

  80. Brandia says:

    I mean, why do you need to twist the truth (by posting a manipulated video as fact) to get people mobilized toward your cause? If you’re truly in the right, as you really seem sure that you are, shouldn’t the facts speak for themselves?

  81. Kim1 says:

    Kirk Loves Gay People

  82. ingttyt says:

    Does God hate Botox? ‘Cause that forehead ain’t makin’ sense in nature with the rest of his face.

  83. Leah Donigan says:

    As a Christian I find his comments comletely repulsive. And no he didn’t choose to be straight, he was born that way. Just like homosexuals are born attracted to the same sex.

  84. Carrie says:

    What a sad pathetic little person, I won’t even deign to call him a man.

  85. Jo says:

    Who is this champ? Make controversial comments to promote your tat. Yawn! Next…

  86. Katie says:

    God abhors sin, not people. Mr Cameron, you are making a bad name for people who actually love God and understand His character.

  87. Amy Tennant says:

    I’m 100% Christian, saved by the grace of God through His Son the Lord Jesus Christ. Just so you know where I am coming from here. I am going to be praying for Kirk Cameron. I hate people like this coming out of my religion and doing so much more harm than good. Does he know that he is turning people away and turning them off from Christianity? I fear that he may have a bad surprise coming when the time comes to show the fruits of his labors. Not that I am perfect, far from it. But I hate no groups of people, and I believe the kingdom of heaven is big enough for anyone and everyone. Jesus said in His Father’s house are many mansions. He also said His yoke is easy. And I believe He hates no one.

    In my belief system, if Jesus were here on earth today, He would be breaking bread in soup kitchens among heroin addicts and homeless people, people with AIDS and with Ebola.

    I recognize that my religious beliefs are not shared by everyone, even on this page, but I wanted to speak up and say that as a Christian, Kirk Cameron does not represent me.

    • Happyhat says:

      I, a complete 0% Christian, totally appreciate your comments re: Kirk Cameron. I always wonder when people like him say these things, does he even know anything about the religion he supposedly follows? I think many take the easy path of hate, rather than the sometimes more difficult path of love and forgiveness. (And I totally agree with you on Jesus too, he’d be out there helping the poor, sick, needy. Basically, all the people that folk like Kirk Cameron ignore)

    • Other Kitty says:

      AMEN Amy Tennant!

      God hates Sin, but he does not hate any of us. His love for us is so big, we can never fathom it. Look at what He did for us through His Son!!! THAT IS ONLY LOVE.

      Kirk Cameron doesn’t represent me, either, and I am a Christian.

  88. Beth says:

    He has a deadest, emptiest eyes I’ve ever seen. It’s really freakin’ creepy.

  89. Green Is Good says:

    My “Closet Case Radar” exploded.

  90. Gorgonia says:

    instead, my personal God forbids me to listen to idiots and ignorant people: your opinion amounts to nothing, Mr Cameron.

  91. db says:

    He’s so creepy. I’m just waiting for Kirk to either come out, a la John Smid, or terrible, a la Stephen Collins.

  92. Happyhat says:

    Oh my god I’ve only just realised Kirk Cameron is the kid from ‘Like Father Like Son’, which I LOVED when I was younger. I rewatched it a few months ago, and it’s just…weird. (the film did introduce me to the Ramones via ‘Somebody put something in my drink’ though)

    I’m not disappointed in this revelation – I was always a bigger fan of Sean Astin in that film anyway.

  93. elle says:

    What a freaking delusional CREEP!

  94. Lorelai says:

    Was there ever a time that someone this filled with hate toward gays didn’t wind up in some kind of scandal involving drugs, prostitutes, etc… it’s only a matter of time before that closet he’s hiding in bursts open from the pressure! I’ll be waiting.

  95. embee says:

    His forehead is the size of my kitchen tabe and his eyes sure have a deep crinkly pair of crows feet! The gay guys I know are good looking. Is he bitter?

  96. Aotearovian says:


    That pic with the tomatoes is one of the scariest images I’ve ever seen. He looks tormented and frightened, like something is chasing him.

  97. Katerina says:

    This is not what Chistianity is about. It’s about acceptance and tolerance and loving everyone. I’m sure God is disappointed in Kirk.

  98. JaNa says:

    Grrr! How ingnorent can you get??! I don’t know what the Bible says, but in my mind, God would love everyone equally, he would want them to be themselves and to be happy as long as they aren’t hurting anyone else. I can’t stand these sorts of comments/people. Makes me sick to my stomach that anyone would think this way.

  99. Velvet Elvis says:

    Wow Kurt. Jesus would be so proud. smh.

  100. Roy says:

    What Kirk really is, is an all out freaking slut bitch closet queer coward.

  101. MRhap says:

    Ask and you shall receive… Kirk witnessing gang members:

  102. ang says:

    I’ve respected Kirk for standing up for his faith, but I’m this, he is dead wrong…God IS love..his very essence is love…no part of him is capable of hate. That is Mans sinful version of God. If God and Jesus are the same people…and God/Jesus ate with sinner, who are we to judge when God didn’t ….God doesn’t Hate… Man hates….

  103. Other Kitty says:

    This is disgusting. What he says is not true. God loves EVERY one of us, gay or straight or whatever. God does not hate gay people. I think the Scriptures make that clear. Read them and you’ll get a better understanding of God’s love for each and every one of us. God makes it clear what behaviors are right and what are wrong. But God DOES NOT HATE GAY PEOPLE. Oh, the damage he is doing…

  104. Jamie says:

    This guy is a total religious whack job! he needs to crawl back into the dark cave he crawled out of!