In the wake of the Arts and Entertainment network (A&E) dropping Phil Robertson faster than both the Lions and Patriots wide receivers deal with forward passes, there has been precious little said by the former opera and orchestra channel when it comes to openly gay stars of one of their programs’ expressed sexual preference to “man ass,” as reported by TMZ.com on Dec. 18, 2013.
It seems like, to me, a vagina—as a man—would be more desirable than a man’s anus. That’s just me.
Nonetheless, in an interview with Thirty Mile Zone (TMZ), the stars of the A&E viewer-challenged show “Storage Wars: New York” simultaneously support and rhetorically condemn the self-made millionaire and avowed Bible-thumper.
Homosexual partners Chris Morelli and Tad Eaton stated in their very public interview:
We could give a s**t what he thinks … [man ass] is tighter.
You can’t go through life worrying what other people think. That’s their values and that’s what they think … as long as they’re not nasty to people … We’re not offended at all.
We like Phil. We like the show. We like the fact that they are very godly. When we watch the show and see them say grace, we feel the same way.
TMZ.com did get somewhat ahead of itself as the staff incorrectly framed the question to the gay duo by querying “As for Phil’s belief that gay people won’t go to heaven…”
Morelli and Eaton simply responded, “How does [Phil] know that? Is he God?”
In actuality, the Evangelical Protestant Robertson paraphrased the First Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians as well as the official teaching of the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Christians, Conservative and Orthodox Judaism, and traditional Protestantism.
According to their teachings, if any given individual has a proclivity towards same sex attraction, that in-and-of-itself isn’t sinful. Only those that knowingly engage in the homosexual act itself do the willing participants condemn themselves.