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‘Stacy’s Dad’ Is The Queer DILF Anthem You Didn’t Know You Needed

Stacy’s Dad Is The Queer DILF Anthem You Didn’t Know You Needed

Stacy’s Dad Is The Queer DILF Anthem You Didn’t Know You Needed
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But you do. You do.

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The song of the summer is here, and no it’s not Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill,” although that is a banger. It’s a new queer retcon of Fountain of Wayne’s “Stacy’s Mom”, but instead of an ode to Stacy’s super MILF, it’s a confession that the boys of the Virginia-based pop band Sub-radio are all about Stacy’s hot dad.

In the original video for “Stacy’s Mom”, Rachel Hunter stars as the recently single object of the band’s affection. This time around, Sub-radio’s own keyboardist, John Fengya, steps into the role of Stacy’s dad, who’s driving bisexual frontman Adam Bradley wild with DILF desire. Particularly with recollections of the time her dad offered him a little, ahem, mustard on his hot dog.

In the song, Bradley asks if he can come over so that he can hang out in the garage with Stacy’s dad, and he confesses that he’s got it bad for her father. “Stacy’s dad has got me down bad. He’s all I want and I think he’s a real Chad… I know it might be bad, but I’m in love with Stacy’s dad,” he sings. And, as it turns out, maybe he has reason to hope for a little romance. “I know you think it’s just a fantasy, but since your mom came out, your dad could use a guy like me,” he sings.

I will have this song stuck in my head for a week, and honestly I’m not mad about it. Check out the video for Sub-radio’s “Stacy’s Dad” below and get ready to be humming it all week.

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Rachel Shatto

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Rachel Shatto, Editor in Chief of PRIDE.com, is an SF Bay Area-based writer, podcaster, and former editor of Curve magazine, where she honed her passion for writing about social justice and sex (and their frequent intersection). Her work has appeared on Elite Daily, Tecca, and Joystiq, and she podcasts regularly about horror on the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network. She can’t live without cats, vintage style, video games, drag queens, or the Oxford comma.

Rachel Shatto, Editor in Chief of PRIDE.com, is an SF Bay Area-based writer, podcaster, and former editor of Curve magazine, where she honed her passion for writing about social justice and sex (and their frequent intersection). Her work has appeared on Elite Daily, Tecca, and Joystiq, and she podcasts regularly about horror on the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network. She can’t live without cats, vintage style, video games, drag queens, or the Oxford comma.