Masculinity-Before & After
Well, it’s only right I pay certain attention to the opposite sex here…wouldn’t want them to think I was bias.
So, not long ago I did an article on the before and after of women in the ‘show’ biz. Now, we face the hard facts that it affects men as much as women. Did you think otherwise? You see, men are brainwashed as well as women into believing this Hollyweird mess. Although I have to admit, the lead subject for men here is their sexuality….it’s a hit from the dark side on the sanctity of marriage which GOD gave humanity.
Hollywood’s Gay Culture Reshaping America
Jenner, Jenner-not the Winner!
So, many years ago we have a masculine Bruce Jenner! Did ja eat ya WHEATIES? It looked as if he did! In shape, winner in the ‘Olympics’, and in life in general. Whaaaaa happened?
Jack Dorsey (Twitter)
Harvey Levin (TMZ)
Tim Cook (Apple)
Barack Obama (source)
Brad Garrett (Everybody Loves Raymond)
David Hyde Pierce
David Muir (ABC News)
Don Lemon (CNN)
James Dean (late)
James Van Der Beek (marriage of convenience)
John Travolta (marriage of convenience)
Jonathan Taylor Thomas
Justin Timberlake (marriage of convenience)
Montgomery Clift (late)
Neil Patrick Harris
Raymond Burr (late)
Richard Gere (marriage of convenience)
Robert Reed (late)
Rock Hudson (late)
Scott Evans (brother of Chris Evans)
Seann William Scott
Tom Cruise (marriage of convenience)
Vin Diesel (bi)
WE’RE 99.9% CONFIDENT: YES (And we put our money on everyone listed below being card carrying members of the Friends Of Dorothy club, no matter what anyone, including they, say).
Brad Renfro (late)
Eric Christian Olsen
Heath Ledger (late)
Jack Quaid (son of Dennis and Meg Ryan)
James Badge Dale
Jamie Bell (marriage of confusion)
Lou Taylor Pucci
Michael Clark Duncan (married to Omarosa, but that’s like Oprah being married to Steadman) late
Ben Affleck (maybe bi)
Charlie Hunnam not gay (maybe bi)
Maria Bello — film and TV actress, came out as bisexual in November in a New York Times essay about her family.
Lucas Cruikshank — creator of YouTube’s Fred Figglehorn, announced he was gay in a YouTube video with Jennifer Veal.
Matt Dallas — actor from “Kyle X/Y,” told the world in January that he had a male fiancé following years of prodding from Perez Hilton.
Jodie Foster — one of Hollywood’s best-known leading actresses, pleased many fans at the Golden Globe Awards in January with a somewhat bewildering statement about not needing to come out because she had already done so privately with friends and family.
Victor Garber — the familiar-faced TV actor confirmed to Greg in Hollywood that he had been in a long-term relationship with a man, saying he did not actively talk about it, but “everybody knows.”
Wentworth Miller — actor from “Prison Break,” came out in August as part of a protest against Russia’s anti-gay laws.
Jim Nabors — an 82-year-old actor and singer known for his beloved character “Gomer Pyle,” revealed in January that he had a newly legal husband after sharing 38 years of partnership together.
Maulik Pancholy — TV actor from “Weeds” and “30 Rock,” told Out.com that he has been in a relationship with a male partner for 9 years.
Greg Rikaart — actor on “The Young and the Restless,” tweeted a photo of himself with another man saying, “Not getting married anytime soon, but celebrating equality” after the Supreme Court’s landmark marriage decision.
Michelle Rodriguez — a Hollywood actress who specializes in tough female characters, told Entertainment Weekly in September, “I have gone both ways.”
Andrew Scott — actor from the UK program “Sherlock,” opened up to The Independent in November about being gay, and explained the “difference between privacy and secrecy.”
Raven-Simone — actress from “That’s So Raven” and “The Cosby Show,” stepped forward in a tweet about marriage equality.
Troye Sivane — a YouTuber and X-Men actor, came out in August through one of his YouTube videos.
Tuc Watkins — actor from “One Life to Live” and “Desperate Housewives,” told Marie Osmond that he was gay and had become a father through surrogacy.
Ben Whishaw — an actor who appeared as Q in “Skyfall,” was both “happy and proud” to be married to his husband in August.
Richard Wilson — a 76-year-old star of the BBC / PBS comedy “One Foot in the Grave,” confirmed to The Daily Mirror that he was gay after he had been touted as one of Time Out’s most influential gay people in the UK.
Brian Boitano — the Olympic U.S. ice skater, came out in December after being selected by President Obama to be part of the U.S. delegation to Sochi.
Jason Collins — NBA player for the Washington Wizards, received support from President Obama and many others after he graced the cover of Sports Illustrated as, it seems, the first gay male athlete to come out while still active in U.S. pro sports.
Tom Daley — an Olympic UK diver, came out as bisexual in a YouTube video in December. Numerous, unconfirmed reports indicated his new love was screenwriter Dustin Lance Black.
Brittney Griner — a basketball player for the WNBA, told Sports Illustrated that she had always been open about her sexuality.
Bob Harper — celebrity fitness trainer, came out on his show “The Biggest Loser” in an effort to support one of the contestants, Bobby Saleem, who then came out to his father.
E.J. Johnson, III — a budding reality TV star, came out with his boyfriend via a TMZ video, and his famous basketball-playing dad, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, supported him fully in interviews that followed.
Robbie Rogers — U.S. & UK soccer player, simultaneously disclosed his gay “secret” in a February blog post and then retired from the sport.
Darren Young — a WWE wrestler, surprised many when he came out as gay during an interview with TMZ.
Anton Krasovsky — a Russian TV journalist, made international headlines when he publicly challenged his country’s laws by coming out in May.
Calvin “Mister Cee” Lebrun — a hip-hop DJ for New York’s Hot 97 FM, admitted in September to being sexually attracted to transgender women after being “deceitful” about his “secret.” He later declared his “sexual freedom” in an HIV-prevention PSA.
B. Scott — a well-known fashion blogger, fully welcomed “the ‘transgender’ label with open arms” while suing the BET network over a forced change of attire during a pre-awards show.
Jenna Wolfe — a well-known NBC Today show correspondent, said on-air that she was both pregnant and had a female partner, co-worker Stephanie Gosk. The couple gave birth to a baby girl in August.
Crystal Bowersox — singer and former American Idol finalist, said, in December, that she was “bisexual for as long as I can remember” while promoting her single, “Coming Out for Christmas.”
Clive Davis — an 80-year-old music executive, came out as bisexual while promoting his memoir.
Ke$ha Rose Sebert — pop singer and reality TV star, indicated that she doesn’t “love just men…. It’s not about gender,” in a January interview with Seventeen magazine.
Charice Pempengco — singer and “Glee” actress, cried as she told a Filipino TV show that she was a lesbian.
Brendon Urie — singer for Panic at the Disco!, talked about his and his wife’s attractions to people of the same-sex in a November issue of Between the Lines.
Kelvin Atkinson — Nevada state senator, shared on the floor that, “I’m 44 years old. I have a daughter. I’m black, I’m gay,” while showing his support for same-sex marriage legislation.
Kristin Beck — a former US Navy SEAL known as Christopher Beck, published “Warrior Princess” in June in which she shared her transgender journey. Later, she came to Washington to support ENDA.
Chelsea Manning — a former Army private known as Bradley Manning, confirmed that she was a transgender woman after enduring a much-debated trial and conviction for sharing classified U.S. documents with WikiLeaks.
Mike Michaud — a former congressman from Maine, came out in November in an op-ed.
Will Portman — the son of Republican senator Rob Portman, came out publicly in March and changed his dad’s political views in the process.
Jennifer Pritzker — formerly known as Army Lt. Colonel James Pritzker, came out as a transgender woman in an August statement; reportedly making her the first transgender billionaire.
Rod Snyder — president of the Young Democrats of America, told his organization about his struggle to come out as a gay man due to his conservative Christian roots.
List of Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual People
In 2001, a court declared that Tom Cruise “is not, and never has been, homosexual and has never had a homosexual affair”. Cruise then dropped a $100 million defamation suit against the publisher of Bold Magazine for claiming to have a picture of Cruise having sex with another man.
In 1956, Liberace sued a London columnist for suggesting he was gay. Liberace swore he was not.
Hollywood does not like its stars to be known as bisexual or gay. Rudolf Valentino’s career suffered after he was called gay. Singer Johnny Ray suffered as the result of an article in Confidential Magazine that suggested he had attempted a drunken pass on a man.
On the other hand, it has been reported that Errol Flynn did not seem to mind being labeled bisexual.
Tab Hunter was reportedly arrested at a gay drag party, but survived.
Laurence Olivier, rumoured to be bisexual, became a Lord.
Cary Grant’s career blossomed while living openly with Randolph Scott.
Rock Hudson was widely known to cruise gay bars, but continued to make films.
In his autobiography, Marlon Brando related that he had had homosexual affairs.
Tyrone Power, Gary Cooper, John Wayne and Clark Gable were alleged to be bisexual, but contined to be big stars.
Barbara Walters asked Ricky Martin whether or not he is gay. Martin replied that his sexuality is private.
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have allowed themselves to be photographed on the same bed.
Which stars are rumoured to be bisexual?
James Dean, Errol Flynn, Cary Grant, Rock Hudson, Charles Laughton, Danny Kay, Luchino Visconti, Montgomery Clift, Rudolph Valentino, Richard Burton….
Among those who have acknowledged having had a same-sex experience
Dirk Bogarde, Marlon Brando…
‘Open Secret: Gay Hollywood’ by David Ehrenstein refers to a number of ‘bisexual’ stars such as, allegedly, Richard Chamberlain. It also refers to alleged star couples:
Montgomery Clift and Jack Larson, Farley Granger and Arthur Laurents, Tab Hunter and Anthony Perkins, Cary Grant and Randolph Scott.
Fatty Arbuckle’s career ‘was wrecked when it was revealed that he had buggered all twelve Keystone Cops.’
‘Raymond Burr was well known for his homosexual liaisons with rent-boys.’
There are allegedly tales of John Wayne wearing women’s clothes, the young Clarke Gable being being involved with William Haines and John Wayne having an affair with Gable.
Wayne and Clarke Gable reportedly ‘became lovers in 1936.’
Film historian Kevin Brownwing, author of ‘The Golden Grope – A History of Hollywood Harassment’ writes about John Wayne’s use of casting sessions to seduce young males.
“During the 1940s the outwardly conservative and heterosexual Wayne would regularly attend screen tests with director John Ford, in order to size up potential conquests. He’d get Ford to order the young hopefuls to take off their shirts and enact scenes which required them to lift heavy objects or bend over a lot.”
Wayne’s conquests allegedly included Randolph Scott, Joel McCrea and Montgomery Clift, ‘with whom he had a torrid affair during the making of Red River in 1948’.