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Saying no to sex when so many fans freely offer up the goods takes serious dedication to one's beliefs, be those beliefs religious, moral, or just plain good sense.

Many celebrities, male and female, find themselves with a choice of bedfellows on any given night and while some of them take advantage of the revolving door of diddles, others prefer to keep their number of sexual partners low. Perhaps even in the single digits. Like as in a single person.

Whether or not they plan to have sex before marriage is a common question for teen stars and some of them actually manage to keep that promise to themselves until they say "I do."

For others things are a little more questionable. And then there are the reformed virgins who have had sex, but have now vowed to stay away from doing the dirty.

Here's a look at 15 celebrity virgins who waited (or are waiting) until marriage:

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Oh, they're all smiles now, because they did the deed on their wedding night. The Bachelor star Sean Lowe vowed to wait until marriage for sex and Catherine honored his desires.

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It's well established at this point what Kirk Cameron thinks gay marriage is not just unnatural, but "destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."

This is a man who is on record saying he would tell a gay child that, "just because you feel one way doesn’t mean we should act on everything we feel."

So it's no surprise that in a new video for the Alliance Defending Freedom, Kirk seeks to help people he says are shunned for being opposed to same-sex rights:

Skip on up to about the 20-minute mark for key takeaway: When people promote gay rights, those people are basically anti-God and/or anti-American.

At least according to Cameron's Alliance.

Moreover, if college campuses hold gay pride events, they are "indoctrinating" students against Christian principles, and thus violating the constitution.

This, he believes, must be stopped.

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Ahhh, siblings. You can't live with them, you can't kill them. 

KIDDING! 

Today is National Siblings Day! The other day a year we pretend to like our built-in best friends because social media tells us to. (The first day is Christmas, because presents, obvs.)

In honor of National Siblings Day, which is probably a totally made up day created by someone attempting to bury the hatchet with a brother or sister by publicly professing that Imma let you finish by my sibling is the best sibling ever, our celebrity gossip editors thought it would be grand to take a look at some of our favorite star siblings:

From the fabulous to the feuding to the famewhores, Hollywood is rife with celebrity siblings. Now to decide if you and your siblings are more or less dysfunctional than they are.

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Kirk Cameron, a former child actor who has referred to homosexuality as unnatural and destructive, took to Facebook this week and slammed the Grammy Awards for featuring 33 marriage ceremonies - many of them same-sex couples - on stage Sunday night.

The unusual event took place during a performance of performance of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' "Same Love," with Queen Latifah officiating the unions.

"How did you like the Grammy's all out assault on the traditional family last night?" the 43-year-old wrote in a post that has since been taken down from his account.

Cameron then went on to promote his new film, Mercy Rule, contrasting it with what he considers to be the abomination of gay marriage.

"Now more than ever, we must work together to create the world we want for our children," he wrote.

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The trailer for Kirk Cameron's new movie, Unstoppable, was banned by Facebook and YouTube, but the ban has since been lifted on both, to his delight.

“Victory!! Friends, you did it,” the former Growing Pains star wrote on his personal page after a campaign to get the bans overturned was successful.

YouTube initially labeled the controversial Unstoppable teaser a violation of its “policy against spam, scams and commercially deceptive content.”

The new film, the devoutly conservative Christian says, addresses why God lets bad things happen to good people, and his personal journey of faith.

“If God is good, why is there so much suffering? Why all the pain? Why does He allow evil to in a world when he could stop it?” Cameron asks.

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Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar from 19 Kids and Counting and Kirk Cameron are like totally friends. He's even appearing on their show - for the second time!

Controversial Kirk, who recently defended Todd Akin and said homosexuality is destructive to society, hangs with the Duggar fam on its most recent episode.

The Arkansas brood chilled with their favorite actor in D.C. The gang decides to go to Ben's Chili Bowl, one of President Obama's favorite places in the city.

"It's one of our favorite places, to go," Jim Bob says. "We have that in common."

Kirk actually appeared on the show when it was just 18 Kids and Counting (above). "We decided to get together tonight and have a little reunion," he says.

Amusingly, on said reunion in our nation's capital, a couple of fans want to take a picture ... with the Duggars. They have no idea who Kirk Cameron is.

"Do you know who he is?" Jim Bob asks. "He's Kirk Cameron." Kirk, for his part, just smiles and says nothing. As Michelle says, "It was quite funny."

Up next: the family should totally invite Kirk over to sample its Duggars Tater Tot Casserole recipe.

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Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin is facing criticism and calls to drop out after his shocking remarks about rape this week, but he has at least one supporter left:

Kirk Cameron.

Akin, who opposes abortion even for rape victims, said women are very unlikely to become pregnant from rape anyway, because “if it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut the whole thing down.”

Many national Republicans, including presidential and vice presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, distanced themselves from Akin. Not Kirk.

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Cameron, who's made headlines for calling homosexuality destructive to society, and who also questions evolution, does know about media firestorms.

On CNN this morning, he said Akin merely "mis-phrased something and that he apologized and that [Akin] is clearly a pro-life advocate and I respect him."

Currently a member of Congress, Akin released a statement after the interview saying he “misspoke,” but hasn’t backed away from his remarks.

Despite calls on Akin to get out of the close U.S. Senate race in Missouri, so far he’s staying in, with Cameron saying he supports that decision.

“I’m the kind of person that believes that I would like to be evaluated by my entire career and my entire life, not two words that I would misspeak and then later apologize for,” Cameron told CNN. “So he’s in a tough spot.”

Well, if it were only "legitimate rape," maybe he'd have a case - as in he misspoke and meant a legitimately proven rape, not just a false accusation.

The female body has ways to shut it down, though? Tougher to explain away ... or take seriously anyone who thinks that's remotely the case.

What do you think: Should Akin drop out?

 

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Kirk Cameron, who caused an uproar by calling homosexuality unnatural, detrimental to society and immoral in an interview with Piers Morgan in March, is at it again.

Well, a lot more subtly this time.

The National Organization for Marriage has just released a video labeling Cameron "one of America's most important champions of marriage."

It's an apparent tip of the hat in response to his vocal opposition to gay marriage, and suffice it to say, gay rights activists are far from pleased.

"Kirk Cameron and the anti-gay activists at NOM are making a claim that Americans know to be false," GLAAD President Herndon Graddick said.

"This rhetoric won't work anymore. Communities across this country love and cherish their LGBT neighbors, friends and family members."

Cameron's anti-gay views are not as expressly stated this time, but the implication of the video above is that marriage only applies to heterosexuals.

"If we want a great future in this world, we have to take God at his word," the former Growing Pains star says in the "Champion of Marriage" video.

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Kirk Cameron appeared on The Today Show Tuesday and discussed the recent controversy surrounding his anti-gay views ... as well as his new movie.

The former Growing Pains star says he's surprised at the reaction to his interview on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight, while insisting he meant no harm.

Asked if he’s guilty of hate speech, Cameron reiterated his past defense of his comments, saying, “Absolutely not. I love all people. I hate no one.”

Cameron said that he, too, was being bullied by destructive speech in this case, and debate over social issues shouldn't be reduced to sound bites.

"I was surprised, frankly, that people were surprised by the things that I've said," he explained. "I have been consistent for 15 years as a Christian."

"I'm a Bible-believing Christian. What I would have thought was more newsworthy is if I had said something that contradicted my own faith."

"When you take a subject and reduce it to something like a four-second sound bite or a check mark on a ballot, I think that that's inappropriate."

"To edit it down to that, it certainly didn't reflect my full heart on the matter."

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Under fire for his anti-gay comments on Piers Morgan Tonight, former Growing Pains star Kirk Cameron defended himself in a Facebook post Tuesday.

His tone was less combative and his comments much better-worded, but Kirk did not apologize for his beliefs, or the manner in which he voiced them.

In fact, Cameron criticized the media and those contributing to the backlash, defending principles he stands for and the right to express them publicly.

The actor defended his appearance on CNN (below) this way:

"During the CNN interview, I was asked to express my views about homosexuality, gay marriage, and abortion. While that was not the agreed-upon purpose of the interview, I was pleased to answer Piers' questions as honestly as I could.

"To some, my responses were not sufficiently 'loving' toward the gay community. I can only say that it is my life's mission to love all people, and I expressed the same views clearly and emphatically expressed throughout Judeo-Christian scriptures."

"As a Bible believing Christian, I could not have answered any other way."

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