New guy on the block Adam Lambert has revealed in an interview that it isn’t only the men he plays with
Outspoken comedienne Sarah Silverman has made her viewpoints on equality very clear as she stated she wouldn’t marry her new boyfriend until the LGBT community are granted the same rights.
Valentines Day was bitter sweet for many girls around the globe as twilight sensation Robert Pattinson hinted that he may be gay.
John Mayer has recently found himself in a bit of trouble with the minority groups after his controversial interview with Playboy magazine and now gay rights groups are asking for an apology regarding his derogatory language.
Andrew Garfield, who plays Peter Parker in the latest installments of 'The Amazing Spider-Man', has come out saying the he wishes Spider-Man was gay.
In an interview to Entertainment Weekly, he was talked with the film's producer, Matt Tolmach, about the possibility that the initials MJ could also be short for a boy's name.
"I was kind of joking, but kind of not joking about MJ," he said. "And I was like, 'What if MJ is a dude?'
Why can't we discover that Peter is exploring his sexuality? It's hardly even groundbreaking! So why can't he be gay? Why can't he be into boys?"
He went even further to suggest who would be perfect playing his boyfriend - Michael B Jordan, who appeared in The Wire. Not only does he share the same initials but it would mean the film would have an "interacial bisexuality".
Wonder what his real life girlfriend, Emma Stone, who plays his highschool sweetheart in the film would make of all of this?
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