The gays again.

Now it's the Houston Voice, that leading publication in the...okay, we've never heard of it either. Apparently, the March issue of Out has a gossipy column by Josh Kilmer-Purcell that totally dishes. On stuff that happened ten years ago. Here's a peek, typos included.
"When I spent a couple of weeks observing ABC's 'World New Tonight' fpr am advertising campaign a decade ago, it was common knowledge in the newsroom even then that Anderson was gay (at the time he was a news correspondent for ABC). Anderson's sexual orientation became even more apparent when one evening he introduced me in a gay bar to the man he was currently dating — most likely as an excuse to stop my drunken propositioning, but still..."
And of course, Koval of the Houston Voice cites that fount of wisdom, Kevin Naff of the Washington Blade, famous entirely for his previous bashings of Cooper. Apparently, not outing yourself in a press release while wearing tiny glittery shorts means you're "..letting all of us lesser gay mortals do the heavy lifting in our fight for equality."

Sigh. Please take note, we aren't all douchebags. This is just seems to be an easy target topic right now amongst self-righteous queers who think they're better than the rest of us.

posted by Janis @ 00:01,

1 Comments:

At 8:16 PM, Anonymous Azizam said...

The media has an interesting obsession with "outing" people, don't they? Since Lance Bass (formerly of N'Sync) came out, they are calling it "Lancing". lol!

 

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