Someone made a porn "parody" of the Bill Cosby sexual assault allegations

The Internet is a gross place

Published January 7, 2015 9:21PM (EST)

  (SitcumsOnline via YouTube)
(SitcumsOnline via YouTube)

I've said it before and I'll say it again: rape isn't funny. Sexual assault is not a situation that deserves to be taken lightly, nor is it one that needs to be; it already isn't taken seriously enough. But there are those who would disagree with me -- specifically one hilarious garbage human adult film director, who has decided the allegations that Bill Cosby drugged and raped nearly two dozen women might make for some inspired porn.

Will Ryder, who has directed two "Cosby Show"-inspired porn films called "Not The Cosbys XXX," told the adult entertainment trade publication Xbiz that he will release a third iteration, "Puddin' My Dick Where It Don't Belong," to highlight the recent rape accusations. The film is scheduled to be released on DVD and online and will feature comic Thomas Ward, who looks frighteningly like Cosby in his younger years and who started in the first two parodies.

"We had a lot of fun making the first two Huxtable porn movies so it's shocking when somebody as beloved as Bill Cosby is in the bull's-eye of such horrific accusations but we felt a need to bring some levity to this situation because that's what we do," Ryder said. "Fans of Cliff Huxtable and Bill Cosby will love our new movie."

As The Daily Dot's EJ Dickson puts it ever so concisely, "it seems both impossible and unwise to attempt to bring levity to a 'situation' that involves more than 20 women saying they were drugged and sexually assaulted" -- but it sure looks as if Ryder and his cast are going to try. Ward expressed his gratitude toward Cosby "for giving us a reason to create this new movie," though he expressed some doubt that the embattled comedian is innocent of the alleged assaults -- which means, if I'm getting this straight, that this dude is willfully portraying a man who he believes to be guilty of drugging and raping multiple women, because that seems like a good thing at which to have a nice laugh. Oh, as well as a good thing to which viewers can masturbate.

To portray fantasies about nonconsensual sex in porn is one thing. But to actively attempt to make light of real women's stories of sexual violation for profit and for fun is another thing entirely. It's something that should probably make us rethink what it means for humanity when that Internet adage -- "if something exists, someone will make a porn out of it" -- rings so sickly true.

By Jenny Kutner

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