The Devil loves anal sex. But don’t take my word for it; ask former porn star and outspoken ex-gay Joseph Sciambra.
Sciambra has taken to the airwaves to promote his new book detailing his experiences as a gay man. The book is entitled … wait for it … “Swallowed by Satan: How Our Lord Jesus Christ Saved Me From Pornography, Homosexuality, and the Occult.”
If you can stomach it (sorry), watch Sciambra talk about his experiences on Bryan Fisher’s right-wing radio show, “Focal Point”:
Fisher pressed Sciambra, asking if the title “Swallowed by Satan” was more or less used as effect, you know, to hook in the reader. Sciambra responded that nope, that was pretty much what took place. OK, first, that must have been one fucked up party. Secondly, I think you probably were taken to the wrong bars. You seem more showtunes oriented.
In one of the more intriguing passages in “Swallowed by Satan,” Sciambra tells that gay porn and homosexuality is a slippery slope to Nazism. Well, naturally. Sciambra first became interested in Nazism when a German businessman paid him to wear a Nazi uniform, beat him up, then have sex with him on camera. And I thought my gay kickball league’s after-parties at Cobalt could get a little out of hand.
But beyond Nazism, Sciambra’s real beef seems to be with anal sex, which, according to him, releases “rare demonic entities”:
Can one wear pink argyle and sit in a pink room and keep credibility as an “ex-gay”?
Seriously, as Right Wing Watch points out, Sciambra’s book “Swallowed by Satan” (sorry, last time) isn’t being simply spit out by the religious right. Rightwing nuts like Bryan Fisher can’t get enough of his tall tale on the evils of gaydom. Endless orgies, death, destruction, wearing Nazi uniforms and beating up German businessmen — the whole thing reads like whatever they imagine gay life to be in their hate-filled imaginations.
If you were wondering, all ends well with Sciambra after having been sucked into the demonic gay world. He fled his satanic lifestyle and joined the Catholic group Courage, a church-sanctioned organization that ministers to those with same-sex attraction. Lucky them. At the end of “Swallowed by Satan” (seriously, last time), Sciambra, with the help of Courage, escapes all the evils of the past by moving to … Los Angles. Sadly, he says that “I almost uncontrollably freaked out when I got closer to LA. All the evil that I knew was still there.”