Straight Michael C. Hall Is Sexually Fluid?
I’m really not sure about this one. I’m not a fan of straight actors playing gayface. But this is an unusual circumstance.
Speaking to The Daily Beast about his new play Thom Pain (Based On Nothing), he said: ‘I think there’s a spectrum. I am on it. I’m heterosexual. But if there was a percentage, I would say I was not all the way heterosexual.
You can read it all here
. I’m not drawing any conclusions either. The only thing I can say is that even if you are straight and sexually fluid, you still don’t know what it’s like to be gay. And that’s because being gay isn’t just about sexuality.
Troye Sivan Reads Dirty Tweets About Himself
I’ve always been conscious about what I post online, in writing. I would never objectify, or disrespect a man or a woman. I think that’s one of the fundamentals of online civility. But if you are on social media for any amount of time during the day, you’ll see that’s not the way it works with most people. The article I’m linking to now is a good example of how disrespectful people can get.
Some of the messages were too much for the singer and Boy Erased actor to repeat, but it isn’t tough to decipher what they said.
Among the various highly specific sexual fantasies covered, Sivan also reveals that he does not identify as a bottom. Noted.
You can check this out here. Sivan takes it all in his stride and he seems to have a sense of humor about it. But it’s such a shame people have to treat him this way.
Lez Bomb Queer Family Thanksgiving Comedy
This looks interesting. And 92 year old Cloris Leachman is in it.
Produced by comedy lion Bobby Farrelly (director of There’s Something About Mary), Lez Bombfollows the slapstick mishaps of Lauren (played by Laurenzo), a young lesbian in love as she tries to come out to her family over the Thanksgiving holiday. The supporting cast includes Steve Guttenberg (Can’t Stop the Music), Elaine Hendrix (Romy & Michelle), Kevin Pollack (The Marvelous Ms. Maisel), Bruce Dern (Nebraska) and Oscar-winner Cloris Leachman (Young Frankenstein), returning to comedy at age 92.
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