Hilary Duff Recreates Viral Anti-Gay Bullying PSA 14 Years Later


Hilary Duff just re-disclosed her foe of gay irritating help declaration on TikTok and it in a brief moment transported us back to the 2000s. In the video, shared to Duff’s page, Pentatonix performer, Scott Hoying’s page, Hoying and his soul mate, Engraving Manio, fill the job of the two young people having a go at tops in a dress store, while Duff, plays herself, clearly.

“Do you like this top?” Hoying asks Manio as he changes what looks like a chamber top over the tank top he’s wearing. “It’s so gay,” Manio scoffs.


“Genuinely?” Hoying asks, to Duff’s shock and detestability. “Without a doubt, it’s totally gay.”

That is when, as she so fabulously does in the public help declaration, Duff stops the young women, mid-shopping gorge and urges them to think before they talk.

“You know, you really shouldn’t say that,” Duff mouths, lip-synchronizing her own words from the 2008 public help declaration.

“Get out whatever?” Hoying asks.


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“To be sure, say that is something gay when you mean it’s horrendous,” Duff figures out preceding conveying a straightforward dig at the young woman Hoying’s playing and her crude plan choices. “It’s irritating. Envision a situation in which each time something was horrendous, everybody said, ‘that is so young woman wearing a skirt as a top.'”

“Those are enchanting jeans nonetheless,'” Duff adds preceding watching out for the camera. “When you say, ‘That is so gay,’ do you comprehend what you say? Knock it off.'”

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Duff shot the viral public help declaration back in 2008 for the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Preparation Association’s (GLSEN) mission to obliterate the adage “that is so gay” from loosened up conversation.

Wanda Sykes was similarly a piece of the mission, which per GLSEN was expected to “energize young people to become accomplices in the work to uncover issues, quit using unfriendly to LGBT language, and safely intervene when they are free and threatening to LGBT incitement and lead occurs.”