A former "Jersey Shore" star has fired off an expletive-ridden, anti-gay tirade that's making the rounds in the blogosphere.
Angelina Pivarnick, who starred in the first two seasons of the hit MTV reality series, engaged in a fiery exchange on the topic of same-sex marriage with openly gay entertainer Adam Barta. (WARNING: contains graphic language)
"I don't think gays should be married," the 25-year-old Pivarnick, who once referred to herself as the "Kim Kardashian of Staten Island," proclaims in the clip, which has since been posted by The Advocate and Buzzfeed. "If you want to date each other, fine, see what works. In the end, they should marry their other type."
As Barta presses her on her views, Pivarnick goes on to note, "Honestly I don't believe that gays should be married...it has nothing to do with gays personally...but I don't f**king think that you guys should get married! You want to have your little flings with your gay partner when you're younger and see how it is or whatever, that's fine...but if you're male, marry a female; if you're a female, marry a male."
The debate gets increasingly graphic when Pivarnick adds, "I've kissed girls in clubs before, I was drunk, it happened. Girls want to go down on me, but I didn't let them! I just didn't want them to go down on me!"