The Duck Dynasty Controversy Is Beginning To Really Make Sense – The Show’s Producer, Scott Gurney, Was Formerly A Gay Porn Actor
Scott Gurney was the executive director of the Duck Dynasty 2012/13 season (10 episodes), and listed as current executive producer. Given his background and gay lifestyle the recent controversy begins to make sense. It does not take a deep thinker to see how Mr. Gurney would be ideologically torn between being gay himself and yet producing a show where the family beliefs are in diametric opposition to his own.
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The producer and creator of the A&E show “Duck Dynasty” once starred in a dark, homoerotic indie film about the gay porn industry called “The Fluffer.”
BuzzFeed reported Friday that in 2001, Scott Gurney played a “gay-for-pay” meth addict who acts in erotic videos. The film premiered that year at the Toronto Film Festival.
“The Fluffer” revolved around the destructive relationship between Gurney’s character and a gay college student — played by Michael Cunio — employed to keep Gurney aroused on set during filming. For now, noted BuzzFeed reporter Kate Arthur, the film remains proudly displayed on Gurney’s IMDB page. http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2013/12/2...