Joy Behar Calls ‘The View’ Co-Host a ‘Lesbian’ During Extremely Revolting Segment

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The co-hosts of “The View” are known for providing commentary on various current and controversial topics, but occasionally their segments can be cringeworthy and offensive.

Thursday’s episode featured the hosts alongside guests Judy Gold and Sandra Bernhard, promoting the documentary “Outstanding: A Comedy Revolution.”

With June being “pride” month, the conversation naturally turned to the panelists’ sexuality, with Behar accusing fellow host Sara Haines of being a lesbian.

Haines then shared her experience at The Cubbyhole, a lesbian bar in Manhattan mentioned in the documentary, as Bernhard had also been there.

Behar’s immediate reaction was to call Haines – who is married to a man and has three children – “a closet lipstick lesbian.”

Whoopi Goldberg followed Behar’s remark by calling Haines, “gay adjacent” after Haines’ admission that she, “went to Smith College” and that she “played on a gay volleyball league.”

Haines responded to Goldberg using her own words saying, “I’m gay adjacent… or not adjacent.”

Behar’s conduct had already caused the show to take a turn when Bernhard asked her earlier in the same clip, “Have you ever gotten it on with a lady?”

Behar — who is married to a man who could be watching the segment — very seriously responded, “No, but someday I will.”

After laughing, Behar, 81, said she would, “do it in my 90s.”

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Behar’s conduct, and to some extent Haines’ due to peer pressure, serves as a cautionary example of taking the moral high ground.

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