One more last thought …

I worked the majority of my life in the entertainment industry and let me tell say this, people would be hard pressed to find a gay male in the performing arts who self-identifies as “straight-acting.” And that’s a wonderful thing! You know why? Because those guys know who they are, what they stand for, what they’ll put up with, and what they won’t. Call ’em queens, swishy, fems or whatever because it really doesn’t affect them. They know define themselves. Their self-perception is not define be public debate. Period.

Would that more people were in touch with who they really are.

[retiring soapbox on this thread]

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