San Diego, CA — Jason Russell who was the director of the Kony 2012 Youtube video that went viral one year ago today made waves again as he announced to reporters his future plans for a documentary about living a masturbation-free lifestyle. What makes this announcement so shocking is that also one year ago today Russell was detained by San Diego police for public masturbation. He was found in a state of undress and screaming incoherently.
Russell explained to reporters what made him decide to do this new documentary. “It’s been one full year now since the Kony video and the incident that happened in San Diego. I think I’m ready to face my problems and move forward from here,” Russell said. “This new documentary of mine is about leading a healthy, masturbation-free lifestyle.” Russell continued, “My inspiration for this project actually came from a children’s mascot who advocates living a life free of masturbation. I don’t think this project would have been possible without the help of my good friend Fappy The Anti-Masturbation Dolphin. Together, god willing, we can finally put an end to this horrible disease called masturbation.”
Fappy® The Anti-Masturbation Dolphin who recently kicked off a 31-city nationwide school tour on March 6th just happened to be in San Diego today talking with various schools in the area about the dangers and consequences of masturbation. “Masturbation is the devil’s playground,” Fappy® told reporters. “By getting to the children when they’re young and before they’ve had a chance to rape themselves, that’s when you can truly make a difference. Fappy® and friends are just thrilled to be helping Jason with his new documentary and look forward to it’s completion.”
Russell’s anti-masturbation documentary will begin filming next month and will be released to schools nationwide sometime next year. His Kony 2012 video received more than 83 million views on YouTube in the first two weeks of its online release. It quickly became the subject of intensive media scrutiny and criticism. The video’s subject matter was about the Ugandan rebel leader Joseph Kony, his alleged war crimes, and the movement to bring him to the International Criminal Court.