The “Gay Men Will Marry Your Girlfriends” Viral Video Saga
It all started on Nov. 20, when CollegeHumor posted the video, “Gay Men Will Marry Your Girlfriends.” In the satirical sketch, gay men intimidate straight men with the idea that they would make great husbands for women because they dress better than straight men, love going to the gym, won’t check out other girls, know how to girl talk, can cook healthy foods, and know exactly how she wants to be kissed.
“So, don’t make us marry your girlfriend. Support gay marriage.”
YouTube’s Scotch Tape channel quickly uploaded a spin-off video, entitled, “Straight Men Respond to: ‘Gay Men Will Marry Your Girlfriends,'” in which the targeted heterosexual males say, “Oh my god, please do that!”
The straight men then swerve to make their case for why they would ultimately make better husbands for women but why they won’t jump at the chance to get hitched.
“So, go ahead. Marry our girlfriends, ’cause we’re not going to.”
Just a few days later, the ladies of UnsolicitedProject put in their two cents with the video, “Gay Women Will Marry Your Boyfriends,” armed with the reasoning that lesbians love sports, can play video games all night long, and know that taking straight men to the strip club is a win-win situation.
You get the gist. Also – Kristen Stewart is gay?!