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    Walt Whitman was gay. As is Madonna. In fact, here's a rather lengthy list of gay famous people: http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~wyatt/celebs-list.html



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    Quote Originally Posted by yardgames
    Walt Whitman was gay. As is Madonna. In fact, here's a rather lengthy list of gay famous people: http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~wyatt/celebs-list.html
    Of coruse there are lots of gay celebrities. (not enought IMO ) but Madonna aint gay! She married with kids, she is a bit of a gay icon, but not actually gay.

    What J. was talking about was people who had lived a straight life and then come out much later.
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    I didn't think Madonna was a lesbian either, but she's bi, isn't she? I think she made an autobiographic movie years ago where she confessed to having relationships with women (I'm not 100% sure on that. My memory is fuzzy on the matter cause I was really young at the time, but that's what I've always thought.)

    That's quite an extensive list--with more than a few Kings and Emperors on it. I was suprised at a few of the names that jumped out at me just cause I had no idea that these people were gay, including: Winston Churchill, James Dean, Cary Grant, Amelia Earhart, Florence Nightingale, and Elenor Roosevelt.

    And many of the greatest minds in history are on that list too, including Aristotle, Beethoven, Da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Shakesphere.
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    Shakespeare wasn't gay, it's a bit of a conspiracy theory, it relates to the idea of Christopher Marlowe being thought to be Shakespeare and the fact that all Shakespeare left his wife in his will, was the second best bed in the house- but that relates more to society constraints rather than him being gay
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    Just something about the english language. You often use "straight" to say "heterosexual". We don't have that in my language. The first time I heard that I found it really strange. It was like saying I'm "normal"...

    So I'm "straight". Gay marriage it's not allowed in my country. I'm not opposed to it, but I don't know, I've to admit it's kinda weird. Even several gay people over here say they want rights but not exactly the same as heterosexuals', just because they're dfferent. We already have the PACS, a contract which allows any couple to have the same rights as married couples (tax cuts, heritage etc..). So in my country the difference between married and being PACSed is just a procedure : wearing a wedding dress and a tuxedo and walking down the steps of the city hall..(I forgot: rights about kids too)
    That's why the country is not likely to change his mind within a couple of months.. If gay people are really fond of marriage, let's change the law..

    Concerning the adoption, honestly I think an homoparental family could kinda disrupt a kid but when you see how some straight couples look after their kids, I would say those would be better in an homoparental family who loves them..

    Last thing to say, during my teenagehood I've seen so many gay teenagers suffer that I will always keep that in mind when I will deal with my kids etc..

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    Just something about the english language. You often use "straight" to say "heterosexual". We don't have that in my language. The first time I heard that I found it really strange. It was like saying I'm "normal"...

    That's a good point Alfista, we commonly use the term straight without realising the offensive connotations it brings with it. The opposite to straight would be bent, a somewhat offensive term to refer to homosexuality. I guess if a word is used in a particular sense for such a period of time you forget any of the implied meanings.
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    I use straight as the oppiste to gay all the time. Homosexula and heterosexual are just too long. Technicall bent is the oppsite but im cool with that, im bent, i dont get offened, its lessd the word more the feeling behind it.

    However it does offend me when "gay" is sued to mean "bad" or "rubbish" as it has become in popular bristsih culture. Buts thats a different rant....
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    Quote Originally Posted by tony_montana
    I am like Wildcat. I am straight, and I will outright admit I don't support the gay marriage thing being pushed in the US and I am with George Bush in banning gay marriage, BUT I don't personally judge anyone who is gay. That is their own personal decision and I don't say anything about it. I don't hate gays at all or anything like that. I think it's stupid to hate a person for that reason.
    In fact, want to know who I think is one of the best rock and roll singers ever? Freddie Mercury.

    I dont understand how you can say your OK with gays but at the same time want to deny them a basic expression of love and simple rights?



    I think MITM attracts a fair amount of gay/bi followers because of Justin to be honest. Like its been pointed out not many US actors are "out" (not saying Justin even is gay! ) but if people believe he is, then he could always be a icon/idol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kratos
    I dont understand how you can say your OK with gays but at the same time want to deny them a basic expression of love and simple rights?
    Yeah I didn't understand that either, lol





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    I knew I shouldn't have posted anything in this damn thread(no offense, Tj.). Now you are jumping down my friggen back, Kratos. Well, excuse my french, but screw off. That's the way I feel and Im sharing it. Don't like it? Fine, but you better not start harassing me for what I personally think about this matter.

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