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01/30/2007

'USA Today' looks inside closet; 'USA Tomorrow' will hopefully have no need for such secrecy

by Jeremy Hooper

Usat LogoUSA Today is today running a piece on gay actors, gay characters, actors who play gay characters, and those actors who are gay but don't play that way in public. It's a pretty good read, so we recommend you click the link below and check it out.

That sound you hear? A million publicists scrambling to make sure that their star client didn't merit a mention.

Hollywood's closet still closed tight [USA Today]

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Your thoughts

Think back to your earliest sexual experience. Was it what you prefered or were you too young to realize you were being dominated by an older gay? A totally new profound experience that robbed you of your true existance and being.

Posted by: Annon | Feb 4, 2007 2:19:55 AM

Actually, annon (sic), my first sexual experience was with a female. And my second. And my third. When I reached the point where closing my eyes and PRETENDING I was with a dude was no longer satisfying, I stopped living a lie and admitted my truth to myself and everyone.

Oh, and my first male -- Younger than me and meek as a mouse. And I sought him out.

Convenient theory, however.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Feb 4, 2007 9:08:51 AM

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