Rupert Everett On How Hollywood Treats Gays; Ricky Martin Wishes His Kids Were Gay; RuPaul’s Bipolar Joke

Rupert Everett On How Hollywood Treats Gays

I remember reading a book by Rupert Everett a while back and I thought it was excellent. He’s been openly gay for a while, and he’s not afraid to speak his mind.

Rupert Everett has accused Hollywood studios of treating gay people as ‘second-class citizens’.
The 59 year-old actor both stars in and directed The Happy Prince, released this Friday. The movie depicts Oscar Wilde’s life after the writer was released from prison for homosexuality.

You can read the rest here. Let’s face it, we’ve all been treated as second class citizens at one point or another. I think this movie about Oscar Wilde is especially timely when you consider the “Alan Turing Law.” 

Ricky Martin Wishes His Kids Were Gay

I’ve always said that I don’t believe in forcing anyone to come out of the closet, but that I’ve also never seen anyone who came out of the closet and regretted it. So this statement by Ricky Martin is just more proof of that.

“I wish I could come out again because it just felt amazing. And then after that, people coming to me and saying thank you so much for coming out. Because of you, I understand my father better. I understand my sister better. So it’s an important thing to do.
I don’t know, my kids are too young, but I wish they were gay. It is a very special thing.
Here’s the rest. It’s one of those quotes from another publication
RuPaul’s Bipolar Joke
I don’t know much about this one…other than what I’ve read here. 
The drag icon angered fans when she made light of the mental illness on the latest episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, now in its tenth season, which aired on Thursday night (June 7). 
Here’s more. I think that we’re all more aware of mental illness now, and we all know someone who is dealing with it. I see it on social media all the time. So I can see how people would be angered over this.  
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