More stars, including former "Growing Pains" co-star Tracey Gold and "Modern Family" star Jesse Tyler Ferguson, are criticizing actor Kirk Cameron's comments that homosexuality is "unnatural" and "detrimental."
"The only unnatural thing about me being gay is that I had a crush on Kirk Cameron until about 24 hours ago," Ferguson tweeted.
Cameron had appeared Friday on Piers Morgan's show on CNN.
"I think that it's unnatural," Cameron said. "I think that it's detrimental and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."
The 41-year-old childhood actor is a born-again Christian who hosts an evangelical show called "The Way of the Master." He has also appeared in evangelical movies including "Left Behind: World at War."
Other stars were equally unimpressed by Cameron's homophobia.
"I know Growing Pains was only a TV show, but I have to think both [TV parents] Alan Thicke and Joanna Kerns must feel they failed as parents tonight," actor Josh Charles tweeted.
Indeed, Alan Thicke was dismayed: "I'll address Kirk's comments as soon as I recover from Rush Limbaugh's."
And Cameron's "Growing Pains" co-star Tracey Gold tweeted: "I am a strong supporter of the LGBT community and I believe in equal rights for all."