Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

In The Name Of The Father, The Son & The Holy Gays

Can we get a witness?

For your review, we proudly present the surprising, joyful documentary, We’re All Angels.

Now before you hit the snooze button, this isn’t your run-of-the-mill docu-bore. Angels follows hotties Jason and deMarco, a young Contempo Christian pop duo. Oh, and they’re gay, gay, gay.

How on God’s green earth could there be homo Britneys singing worship to you-know-who? Seriously, the boys exist, and their journey, which originally premiered on Showtime in June 2008 and is now available on DVD, is riveting and wonderful to see.

Jason and deMarco both have a totally natural hotness to them – really, they look more Gossip Girls than altar boys. The apple on the DVD cover tells you everything you need to know – two delicious boys staring at each other, one clasping the other’s wrist, who in turn holds a bitten apple.

Not even Eve could appear so juicy and inviting.

But past their luscious locks of hair and cherubic faces, Jason and deMarco invite audiences on an eighteen-month tour of their lives on the road. Along the way, we witness the power of prayer, the mixing of homosexuality with religion, the hypocrisy of evangelists praising the Lord but passing the ammunition – and, most powerful of all – their dedicated love to each other and their faith.

Unlike many of the religious yokels in this world, We’re All Angels doesn’t proselytize or judge. But it just might change the way you think.

Consider us converts.

Available January 20 on DVD