Kirk Cameron has reportedly said he likes a video in which former child celebrities oppose his anti-gay comments.

Cameron, a Christian conservative and former child star of the ABC sitcom Growing Pains, told CNN host Piers Morgan that being gay is “unnatural” and “detrimental, and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization” and that he would not be supportive if one of his six sons told him he was gay.

Calling themselves Child Celebrities Opposing Kirk Cameron (CCOKC), some of Cameron's '80's and '90s sitcom contemporaries released a video mocking Cameron's views.

I'm a CCOKC,” says Maureen Flannigan, who appeared in Out of this World as a child, in the group's PSA.

I'm a CCOKC, too,” says Adventures in Babysitting's Keith Coogan.

I'm a proud member of CCOKC,” adds Kenn Michael, who appeared in The Parent 'Hood.

“Child Celebrities Opposing Kirk Cameron,” Flannigan explains.

Mr. Belvedere's Brice Beckham starts, “Together we're pledging to raise awareness about a serious threat to our civil rights,” and Coogan finishes, “Kirk Cameron's stupid opinions.” (Watch the video at Funny or Die.)

According to Fox News, Cameron isn't offended by the video.

“When Kirk heard about the spoof, he didn't have any bad feelings – in fact, he thought it was funny,” an unnamed source said. “He doesn't hate anybody.”

Beckham said that the group was preparing to sell CCOKC t-shirts to benefit gay rights groups.

“And we're possibly doing a follow-up video with outtakes from the shoot,” he told Fox News.