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*AKO PA HA!
08-25-2006, 03:25 PM
Can You Name A Famous Gay?

Dirt E Gomez
08-25-2006, 03:27 PM
See: half of Hollywood, buck-o.

*AKO PA HA!
08-25-2006, 03:28 PM
George Michael!

magicjordan
08-25-2006, 03:34 PM
Can You Name A Famous Gay?
here's some famous gay!check this video!
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!! Anorak
08-25-2006, 03:35 PM
Kevin Spacey... except he dropped the charges and said "I was just walking my dog at 3am"

Shanus
08-25-2006, 03:37 PM
Elton John.
Boy George.
Tony Blaire.

Katz
08-25-2006, 03:37 PM
Sir Elton John, Boy George, Prince, Ricky Martin, Leonardo DiCaprio,
and I think Robbie Williams.

Shanus
08-25-2006, 03:38 PM
Sir Elton John, Boy George, Prince, Ricky Martin, Leonardo DiCaprio,
and I think Robbie Williams.

Has Ricky come out?

I must have missed it, last time I saw him he was touching up a female in a music video.

Dirt E Gomez
08-25-2006, 03:39 PM
Prince is not gay. He is flamboyent. Quite a difference.

magicjordan
08-25-2006, 03:42 PM
Lance Bass Of Nsync

magicjordan
08-25-2006, 03:43 PM
Ofcourse Ru Paul!

!! Anorak
08-25-2006, 03:47 PM
Why does this guy wanna know, anyway? Is he updating his phonebook or something? :confused:

Bonafide
08-25-2006, 03:59 PM
Sir Elton John, Boy George, Prince, Ricky Martin, Leonardo DiCaprio,
and I think Robbie Williams.



Leo has been dating brazillian supermodel Giselle Bundchen for several years now.

Exige Jr
08-25-2006, 04:18 PM
Ano-cack .

paul750
08-25-2006, 04:29 PM
Sir Elton John, Boy George, Prince, Ricky Martin, Leonardo DiCaprio,
and I think Robbie Williams.I'm not sure about some of those.

jack_the_rippuh
08-25-2006, 05:14 PM
Gandalf takes it in the ass.

The only thing more disgusting than a gay man is an old gay man.

Biolink
08-25-2006, 06:11 PM
http://www.mightymiddle.com/uploads/richard-simmons.jpg

Richard Simmons

Piggu
08-25-2006, 08:14 PM
Leo has been dating brazillian supermodel Giselle Bundchen for several years now.
Michael Jackson used to date women.

The Noose
08-25-2006, 09:49 PM
Michael Jackson used to date women.
Hes never dated men.

Jodi Foster is said to be gay.
As has Jesus Christ.

Round 1
08-25-2006, 10:25 PM
Rosy O'donald, Bonny Raitt Rob Halford and some dude from "Too Close For Comfort"

Piggu
08-25-2006, 10:51 PM
Hes never dated men.

Jodi Foster is said to be gay.
As has Jesus Christ.
How would we know if Jesus was gay? Hypothetically speaking of course...

The Noose
08-26-2006, 02:13 AM
How would we know if Jesus was gay? Hypothetically speaking of course...

Well, how do we know he was not gay?
He didnt exactly shagaround did he.

Plus i hear he was a big soccor fan.

Eno
08-26-2006, 02:25 AM
Ellen DeGeneres

The Noose
08-26-2006, 02:38 AM
Ren and Stimpy
Bugs Bunny
Mickey Mouse
Bart Simpson
Road Runner
All 7 dwarves
He-Man
A.L.F.
Alvin and the Chipmunks
Barney
Carl Lewis

neils7147933
08-26-2006, 02:58 AM
Here's just a sample:

Chris Kanyon, former WCW and WWF wrestler
Orlando Jordan, former WWE wrestler (bi)
Tracy Chapman
Alexander the Great
Chad Allen
Hans Christian Andersen
Susan B. Anthony
Giorgio Armani
Clive Barker
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Billy Bean
Sandra Bernhard
Boy George
Truman Capote
Mary Cheney
Margaret Cho (bi)
Montgomery Clift
Anderson Cooper
George Cukor
Alan Cumming
James Dean (bi)
Ellen Degeneres
Divine
Melissa Etheridge
Rupert Everett
Errol Flynn
David Geffen
Sir John Gielgud
Candace Gingrich
Emile Griffith
Sophie B. Hawkins (bi)
Anne Heche (dated Ellen Degeneres, now married to man)
John Edgar Hoover
Portia de la Rossi
Rock Hudson
Tom Hulce
Elton John
Janis Joplin (bi)
Frida Kahlo (bi)
Billy Jean King (bi)
Tony Kushner
Lance Bass
Nathan Lane
kd Lang
Leonardo da Vinci
Liberaci
Little Richard
Greg Louganis
Paul Lynde
Conchita Martinez
Johnny Mathis
Roddy McDowell
Sir Ian McKellan
Freddie Mercury
George Michael
John Cameron Mitchell
Agnes Moorehead
Morrissey
Kathy Najimy (bi)
Martina Navratilova
Meshell Ndegeocello
Graham Norton
Jana Novotna
Sinead O'Connor
Rosie O'Donnell
Dave Pallone
Anthony Perkins
Linda Perry
Wolfgang Petersen
David Hyde Pierce
Danny Pintauro
Cole Porter
Robert Reed
Felipe Rose (Village People)
RuPaul
Gus van Sant
Dick Sargent
Siegfried & Roy
Bob Smith
Michael Stipe
Scott Thompson
Lily Tomlin
Esera Tuaolo
Gianni Versace
Gore Vidal
Andy Warhol
John Waters
Suzanne Westenhoefer

Living Legend
08-26-2006, 03:02 AM
Here's just a sample:

Chris Kanyon, former WCW and WWF wrestler
Orlando Jordan, former WWE wrestler (bi)
Tracy Chapman
Alexander the Great
Chad Allen
Hans Christian Andersen
Susan B. Anthony
Giorgio Armani
Clive Barker
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Billy Bean
Sandra Bernhard
Boy George
Truman Capote
Mary Cheney
Margaret Cho (bi)
Montgomery Clift
Anderson Cooper
George Cukor
Alan Cumming
James Dean (bi)
Ellen Degeneres
Divine
Melissa Etheridge
Rupert Everett
Errol Flynn
David Geffen
Sir John Gielgud
Candace Gingrich
Emile Griffith
Sophie B. Hawkins (bi)
Anne Heche (dated Ellen Degeneres, now married to man)
John Edgar Hoover
Portia de la Rossi
Rock Hudson
Tom Hulce
Elton John
Janis Joplin (bi)
Frida Kahlo (bi)
Billy Jean King (bi)
Tony Kushner
Lance Bass
Nathan Lane
kd Lang
Leonardo da Vinci
Liberaci
Little Richard
Greg Louganis
Paul Lynde
Conchita Martinez
Johnny Mathis
Roddy McDowell
Sir Ian McKellan
Freddie Mercury
George Michael
John Cameron Mitchell
Agnes Moorehead
Morrissey
Kathy Najimy (bi)
Martina Navratilova
Meshell Ndegeocello
Graham Norton
Jana Novotna
Sinead O'Connor
Rosie O'Donnell
Dave Pallone
Anthony Perkins
Linda Perry
Wolfgang Petersen
David Hyde Pierce
Danny Pintauro
Cole Porter
Robert Reed
Felipe Rose (Village People)
RuPaul
Gus van Sant
Dick Sargent
Siegfried & Roy
Bob Smith
Michael Stipe
Scott Thompson
Lily Tomlin
Esera Tuaolo
Gianni Versace
Gore Vidal
Andy Warhol
John Waters
Suzanne Westenhoefer
Damn you sure no a lot of gay people...

The Noose
08-26-2006, 03:06 AM
Another Neils OVERKILL post.

neils7147933
08-26-2006, 03:09 AM
Damn you sure no a lot of gay people...
I also think in alphabetical order...lol

Exige Jr
08-26-2006, 07:12 AM
Here's just a sample:

Chris Kanyon, former WCW and WWF wrestler
Orlando Jordan, former WWE wrestler (bi)
Tracy Chapman
Alexander the Great
Chad Allen
Hans Christian Andersen
Susan B. Anthony
Giorgio Armani
Clive Barker
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Billy Bean
Sandra Bernhard
Boy George
Truman Capote
Mary Cheney
Margaret Cho (bi)
Montgomery Clift
Anderson Cooper
George Cukor
Alan Cumming
James Dean (bi)
Ellen Degeneres
Divine
Melissa Etheridge
Rupert Everett
Errol Flynn
David Geffen
Sir John Gielgud
Candace Gingrich
Emile Griffith
Sophie B. Hawkins (bi)
Anne Heche (dated Ellen Degeneres, now married to man)
John Edgar Hoover
Portia de la Rossi
Rock Hudson
Tom Hulce
Elton John
Janis Joplin (bi)
Frida Kahlo (bi)
Billy Jean King (bi)
Tony Kushner
Lance Bass
Nathan Lane
kd Lang
Leonardo da Vinci
Liberaci
Little Richard
Greg Louganis
Paul Lynde
Conchita Martinez
Johnny Mathis
Roddy McDowell
Sir Ian McKellan
Freddie Mercury
George Michael
John Cameron Mitchell
Agnes Moorehead
Morrissey
Kathy Najimy (bi)
Martina Navratilova
Meshell Ndegeocello
Graham Norton
Jana Novotna
Sinead O'Connor
Rosie O'Donnell
Dave Pallone
Anthony Perkins
Linda Perry
Wolfgang Petersen
David Hyde Pierce
Danny Pintauro
Cole Porter
Robert Reed
Felipe Rose (Village People)
RuPaul
Gus van Sant
Dick Sargent
Siegfried & Roy
Bob Smith
Michael Stipe
Scott Thompson
Lily Tomlin
Esera Tuaolo
Gianni Versace
Gore Vidal
Andy Warhol
John Waters
Suzanne Westenhoefer
Neils, do you visit sites that just list people categorically or something? :D

neils7147933
08-26-2006, 08:45 AM
Neils, do you visit sites that just list people categorically or something? :D
It was my first visit, but the site was http://famousandgay.com

I picked out people that a lot of people on the site would know

Exige Jr
08-26-2006, 11:43 AM
It was my first visit, but the site was http://famousandgay.com

I picked out people that a lot of people on the site would know
Oh ok. Its just whenver someone asks a question, your stance is always:
"list as many names as possible to cover any possible answer to this question"

I just thought you might know of a site that categorically lists "gays" "comedians" etc etc. :D

Manfredo Jr
08-26-2006, 02:59 PM
gays should be put out of the world to there own little planet , dirty ****ers

neils7147933
02-07-2007, 09:34 PM
http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news?slug=ap-amaechiout&prov=ap&type=lgns

Amaechi to come out publicly

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By BILL KONIGSBERG, AP Sports Writer
February 7, 2007

AP - Feb 7, 7:42 pm EST

The small, exclusive club of openly gay professional male athletes has a new member.

Former NBA center John Amaechi, who spent five seasons with four teams, on Wednesday became the first NBA player to publicly come out.

His admission comes three years after his playing career ended, making him the sixth professional male athlete from one of the four major U.S. sports -- basketball, baseball, football, hockey -- to openly discuss his homosexuality.

Amaechi details his life in his autobiography "Man in the Middle," which will be released Feb. 14.

"He is coming out of the closet as a gay man," Amaechi's publicist Howard Bragman said.

Martina Navratilova, perhaps the most famous openly gay athlete in the world, praised Amaechi's decision and said it's imperative for athletes to come out because of what she called an epidemic of suicides among young lesbians and gays.

"It's hugely important for the kids so they don't feel alone in the world. We're role models," she said. "He will definitely help a lot of kids growing up to feel better about themselves."

Orlando's Grant Hill, who said he didn't know Amaechi when he was with the Magic, also applauded the decision to go public.

"The fact that John has done this, maybe it will give others the comfort or confidence to come out as well, whether they are playing or retiring," Hill said.

NBA commissioner David Stern said a player's sexuality wasn't important.

"We have a very diverse league. The question at the NBA is always 'Have you got game?' That's it, end of inquiry," he said.

LeBron James, however, said he didn't think an openly gay person could survive in the league.

"With teammates you have to be trustworthy, and if you're gay and you're not admitting that you are, then you are not trustworthy," James said. "So that's like the No. 1 thing as teammates -- we all trust each other. You've heard of the in-room, locker room code. What happens in the locker room stays in there. It's a trust factor, honestly. A big trust factor."

Injured Philadelphia Sixers forward Shavlik Randolph acknowledged it's a new situation.

"As long as you don't bring your gayness on me I'm fine," Randolph said. "As far as business-wise, I'm sure I could play with him. But I think it would create a little awkwardness in the locker room."

News that Amaechi had come out surprised some players.

"For real? He's gay for real?" said Philadelphia center Steven Hunter. "Nowadays it's proven that people can live double lives. I watch a lot of TV, so I see a lot of sick perverted stuff about married men running around with gay guys and all types of foolishness."

Even so, Hunter said he would be fine with an openly gay teammate.

"As long as he don't make any advances toward me I'm fine with it," he said. "As long as he came to play basketball like a man and conducted himself like a good person, I'd be fine with it."

Orlando's Pat Garrity acknowledged reaction was bound to vary throughout the league.

"They would have teammates that would accept them for being a good person and a good teammate, and there would be people who would give him a hard time about it," he said. "I think that's true if you're playing basketball or in an office job. That's just how the world is right now."

In his book, Amaechi describes the challenge of being gay in a league where it's assumed all players are heterosexual. He describes the blatant anti-gay language and attitudes he experienced in NBA locker rooms.

"We're all insensitive at times. There's no taboo subject in the locker room," said Celtics coach Doc Rivers, who coached Amaechi in Orlando, where he said he had one of his strongest locker rooms. "I think if he would have come out they would have got on him jokingly. ... And I actually think that when guys do come out, when that day happens, it will make it easier."

Amaechi also writes that while playing in Utah, coach Jerry Sloan used anti-gay innuendo to describe him. Sloan said Wednesday that although his relationship with Amaechi was "shaky" because of the player's attitude, he didn't know Amaechi was gay. Sloan had no comment about Amaechi's contention that Sloan used anti-gay innuendo when referring to him. Amaechi said he found out about it in e-mails from friends in the Jazz front office.

Asked if knowing Amaechi was gay would have mattered, Sloan said: "Oh yeah, it would have probably mattered. I don't know exactly, but I always have peoples' feelings at heart. People do what they want to do. I don't have a problem with that."

Former NFL running back David Kopay came out in 1977; offensive lineman Roy Simmons and defensive lineman Esera Tuaolo came out more recently. Glenn Burke, an outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Oakland A's in the 1970s, and Billy Bean, a utility player in the 1980s and 1990s, also have come out.

Each did so after retiring. Burke died of complications due to AIDS in 1995.

Amaechi, 36, who was raised in England, writes in the book that he never touched a basketball before the age of 17. A quick study despite being a "terrible athlete," he found his confidence in the game and made it his goal to play in the NBA.

He competed for Penn State, then played in 301 NBA games over five seasons. The 6-foot-10 center averaged 6.2 points and 2.6 rebounds. He began his career with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 1995-96, then spent a few years playing in Europe. He rejoined the NBA to play for the Orlando Magic from 1999-01, then played two seasons for the Utah Jazz.

The Jazz traded him to Houston, which traded him to the New York Knicks. When the Knicks waived him in January 2004, he retired.

Amaechi came out of retirement to help England's men's basketball team win the silver medal in the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, Australia.

AP Basketball Writer Brian Mahoney in New York and AP Sports Writers Doug Alden in Salt Lake City, Dan Gelston in Philadelphia, Jimmy Golen in Boston, Rob Gillies in Toronto and Tom Withers in Cleveland contributed to this report.

Mick Hucknall
02-08-2007, 07:08 AM
http://tonalsoft.com/enc/v/viennafiles/freddie-mercury.jpg

Welter_Skelter
02-08-2007, 09:18 AM
http://tonalsoft.com/enc/v/viennafiles/freddie-mercury.jpg

Errrmmm Freddie like the ODD ***** from time to time.At least thats what I read in a Brian May interveiw..
So i think he was BI with a GAY slant..

Mick Hucknall
02-08-2007, 10:09 AM
Freddie Mercury was definately Bi. He was very close with MAry AUstin around 1974-75 and claimed that he was the only person he ever loved. He said he could never love a man. But alot of the people mentioned in this thread are Bi, I'm just saying nearer the end of his life and career Freddie layed of woman and got jiggy with mainly men

kayjay
02-08-2007, 10:23 AM
Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

blockhead
02-08-2007, 12:55 PM
sir ian mccellan
one of the greatest actors ever to live well known for playing magneto one of the coolest villians ever in the x men movies and a raging homosexual.

neils7147933
02-15-2007, 03:14 PM
http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=2766213

Retired NBA star Hardaway says he hates 'gay people'ESPN.com news services


Former Miami Heat guard Tim Hardaway said on a radio show Wednesday afternoon that he would not want a gay player on his team.



"You know, I hate gay people, so I let it be known," Hardaway said. "I don't like gay people and I don't like to be around gay people. I am homophobic. I don't like it. It shouldn't be in the world or in the United States."

Hardaway was a guest of Miami Herald columnist Dan Le Batard on Miami sports radio station WAXY-AM and was asked how he would deal with a gay teammate. When asked if he would accept an active player's coming out, such as that of retired NBA center John Amaechi, Hardaway replied: "First of all, I wouldn't want him on my team.

"And second of all, if he was on my team, I would, you know, really distance myself from him because, uh, I don't think that's right. And you know I don't think he should be in the locker room while we're in the locker room. I wouldn't even be a part of that," he said. John Amaechi on Mike & Mike
John Amaechi appeared on "Mike & Mike In The Morning" on Thursday to respond to Tim Hardaway's comments. Best of Mike & Mike



NBA Commissioner David Stern, upon learning of the remarks Wednesday, removed Hardaway from subsequent league-related appearances. "It is inappropriate for him to be representing us given the disparity between his views and ours," Stern said in a statement to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Hardaway has been taking part in NBA festivities ahead of Sunday's All-Star Game in Las Vegas and attended an NBA Cares outreach event at a city YMCA with Knicks forward Jerome Williams on Tuesday.

Le Batard, who also writes for ESPN The Magazine, quoted Amaechi in a Miami Herald column saying the ex-NBA player was grateful for Hardaway's words.

"Finally, someone who is honest. It is ridiculous, absurd, petty, bigoted and shows a lack of empathy that is gargantuan and unfathomable. But it is honest. And it illustrates the problem better than any of the fuzzy language other people have used so far."

Thursday morning, on ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike in the Morning, Amaechi said although the reaction to his coming out has been "overwhelmingly positive," Hardaway's comments seemed to trigger similar statements from others.


"Every comment that [Hardaway] made is labeled with hate," Amaechi said. "The percentage of e-mails I've received overnight that are going to have to go into a little box somewhere just in case I end up dead are unbelievable. He's been a lightning rod for people to finally open the floodgates and decide that they can say some pretty awful stuff."


"I will say this about the Tim Hardaway comments and the comments of people like him ... these are the loud comments that pollute the air," Amaechi said. "These are the comments that create the atmosphere that allow some of the tragic incidents of homophobia that we've seen. This is what makes the lives of gay and lesbian young people in schools miserable. It's what stops gay and lesbian people in the workplace from coming out as well as the fact they can be fined in 33 states for being gay. These are part of the problem."

"Yes, I regret it. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said I hate gay people or anything like that," he said. "That was my mistake."

Hardaway played for five NBA teams from 1990-2003 and was a five-time All-Star. He finished with averages of 17.7 points and 8.2 assists.


On Mike & Mike on Thursday morning, Amaechi also said he was heartened by the NBA's response to Hardaway's comments.


"I think Commissioner Stern is absolutely right. ... I've been in contact with the NBA offices and it is not the views of the NBA as an organization," he said. "I don't think that people give NBA players enough credit ... some of them definitely don't agree with those views"

Lecter
02-15-2007, 03:31 PM
Well, you can call Timmy Hardaway a lot of things now, but "liar" apparently isn't one of them.

LIU KANG
02-15-2007, 03:38 PM
here's some famous gay!check this video!
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Johnny Mathis... gay!?!? :bigeyes: my momma is gonna die of a broken heart :sad:

magicjordan
02-15-2007, 03:52 PM
Johnny Mathis... gay!?!? :bigeyes: my momma is gonna die of a broken heart :sad:
look @ me...i'm as helpless as a kitten up a tree....and i feel like i'm clinging to a cloud..i can't understand..i get misty just holding your hand...:luvbed: :kiss:

Lecter
02-15-2007, 04:05 PM
Johnny Mathis... gay!?!? :bigeyes: my momma is gonna die of a broken heart :sad:
I remember reading somewhere that Mathis didn't officially come out until last year. The article said that when it was thought he was gay back during his career, he received tons of death threats from people.

Prostitroop
02-15-2007, 05:43 PM
Prince is not gay. He is flamboyent. Quite a difference.

Prince = Gay - Flamboyant = ****ing Gay.

Living Legend
02-15-2007, 05:52 PM
Who else finds it funny that the Former NBA Player comes out the closet at the same time his book is released... In my opinion that why people don't like gays, because everything they do is so dramatized... Why couldn't he have came out the closet and written a book later on... I think he just wanted to let everyone know he was gay, so they would read his book...

phillies04
02-15-2007, 06:00 PM
Johnny Mathis

neils7147933
02-15-2007, 07:55 PM
Who else finds it funny that the Former NBA Player comes out the closet at the same time his book is released... In my opinion that why people don't like gays, because everything they do is so dramatized... Why couldn't he have came out the closet and written a book later on... I think he just wanted to let everyone know he was gay, so they would read his book...
I don't defend the timing of his decision to come out. I think he probably sees it as "evening things out" though because he believes he was shafted (and not in a good way - lol) out of the league prematurely because people knew/suspected he was gay....

Kid Achilles
02-15-2007, 08:35 PM
Freddie Mercury

Mick Hucknall
02-15-2007, 08:38 PM
Freddie already has been mentioned needle dick

The Raging Bull
02-16-2007, 05:23 PM
Will Young.

MR. SMILEY
05-31-2007, 06:38 PM
Elijah Wood!

MR. SMILEY
05-31-2007, 06:44 PM
Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
PBF IS GAY!:pat:

New Life 79
05-31-2007, 07:30 PM
I can understand if an athletic doesnt come out when he still is active. The pressure and hate he would reacive would be to much for most to handle. Some people doesnt seams to see past the sexuality, and concentrete on the sport instead. I mean it wasnt many generations back black people couldnt get a fair shake in most cases. I blame religion for that, since time moves on but not for religius people it doesnt seams to do.