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Ashton Kutcher tells men to start ‘kissing fellow men’


Ashton Kutcher tells men to start ‘kissing fellow men’


Ashton Kutcher encourages men to explore their sexuality by ‘kissing a dude’

Actor Ashton Kutcher has suggested that men who want to discover more about their sexualities should experiment by “kissing a dude”.

The Two And A Half Men actor appeared on Conan to discuss the final season of the sitcom, in which the two’s characters enter into a fake same-s** marriage in order to speed along a child adoption service.

During the show, Kutcher explained how he had already kissed co-star Jon Cryer for the purposes of the show’s storyline: “Jon’s my second male kiss on screen.

My first one was in ‘Dude, Where’s My Car?’ Here’s the thing… if you want to know if you’re not gay, kiss a dude.

If you feel nothing, you know.”

Kutcher went on to describe the experience of kissing Cryer, stating that “while Jon’s a wonderful human… there was nothing.

It was weird because he had a little stubble, and now I understand the issue with the stubble.

It’s a little scratchy and itchy.”

The executive producer of the show, Chuck Lorre, had previously publicly apologised for the storyline.

“No offence is intended, and I hope none is taken,” he said.

“We’ve always been somewhat of an offensive show, so it wouldn’t surprise me if this is going to be offending people.

We can’t go out with dignity, because we’ve never had any.”

Whilst some may see Kutcher’s comments as controversial, others believe that the actor has a point.

Many LGBT rights campaigners have suggested that society needs to become more open-minded when it comes to same-s** relationships.

In recent years, there have been many campaigns aimed at encouraging people to embrace their sexuality, regardless of their gender or orientation.

Some of these campaigns have been met with controversy, but many have also been praised for their positive messages.

Kutcher’s comments may be seen as part of this growing trend towards acceptance and openness.

By encouraging men to explore their sexualities, he is helping to promote a more inclusive and accepting society.

However, others have criticised Kutcher’s comments, arguing that there are many other ways to explore one’s sexuality besides kissing someone of the same gender.

Some have also pointed out that his comments reinforce the idea that heterosexuality is the “default” orientation.

Regardless of people’s opinions on the matter, it is clear that Kutcher’s comments have sparked a debate about sexuality and acceptance in society.

As we move forward, it is important that we continue to promote a more tolerant and inclusive society, where people are free to be themselves without fear of judgement or discrimination.

In the UK, the government has recently announced plans to introduce new legislation aimed at improving LGBT rights.

This includes measures to ban so-called “conversion therapies”, which attempt to change a person’s s**ual orientation.


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