Gay Mormon Man Married To A Woman Compares Gay Sex To Donuts

Oh, brother. One of the nutjobs husbands from TLC’s controversial new show My Husband’s Not Gay sat down with ABC’s Nightline to talk about his attraction to men, and it’s just as awkward and uncomfortable as you might expect.

“When I’m having sex with [my wife], I don’t wish she were a man,” he said. “I don’t fantasize about her being a man. I am with her. And I am having sex with her. And it’s her I love and want to be with.”

To help better explain himself, he offered up the following analogy:

“I love donuts! I would eat donuts three times a day. But I desire to be able to fit in my pants in the morning, too. SO you could say I’m oriented towards donuts. And if I were being true to myself, I would eat donuts a lot more than I eat donuts. But am I miserable? Am I lonely? Am I denying myself because I don’t eat donuts as much as I’d like to eat donuts? I’m not.”

All the while, his doting Mormon wife sits glossy-eyed and smiling by his side.

My Husband’s Not Gay chronicles the lives of four gay men, many of whom are married to women, living in Salt Lake City. The show has received harsh criticism by gay rights activists who feel it delivers a damaging message about gay people. Earlier this month, a Change.org petition calling for the show to be cancelled garnered 100,000 signatures, TLC, however, was unpersuaded and has refused to take the show off the air.

See the awkward interview below. And excuse us while we go indulge ourselves in a donut.

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Source:: Queerty

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