Cliff Jensen, a gay porn star who just made a comeback last week, took to social media to share his thoughts on sexuality.
Here is what Cliff Jensen had to say:
“Man, what’s up everybody? So I just wanted to do a quick video. I just got asked again about my orientation, right? This happens all the time. I understand. A bit of confusion. You know, people don’t know what’s going on. Let me run my little concept by you guys. I don’t go by this whole gay, straight, bi, whatever. Shit just ain’t that simple right?
Check this out. Hypothetically, pay no attention to the god damn hand bar holes. So check it out. Hypothetically and you and me are both straight. Alright? You love fat bitches. You love the shit out of some fat bitches. Me on the other hand, I hate fat bitches. Hypothetically, hate them. I love feet. Love the shit out of feet. I mean… just give me a mother fucking foot. You hate feet. We’re both straight but you can’t do nothing without a fat bitch and I can’t do nothing without feet. You and me don’t vibe at all. You and I aren’t at all on the same wave length. We cannot hang out together. I can’t invite you to come and flip my wife with me. Because she has some big ass mother-fucking feet and she is skinny as a bitch. And you just don’t like that shit.
So all this gay, straight, whatever you know I have what I like. When I go hunting, I go out after what I go after. All these titles, the gay straight stuff, that shit don’t work anymore. That’s back in the 80s’ and shit. When times were simple. [Takes a hit from a giant bong] I love fat bitches and feet!
And here’s us:
We think we like the overall thesis of Jensen’s narrative — that labeling has become a tedious pastime — but we’re not sure anything he says actually make sense, particularly his “fat bitches” and “feet” analogy. Then again, he’s probably high AF. Next time he decides to hit a giant bong, he should probably also lock his phone away.
Watch the Cliff Jensen sexuality dissertation for yourself right here:
— Cliff Jensen (@LoveCliffJensen) May 7, 2017