Brokeback Mountain taught me I have a weak stomach for protracted love stories in the highlands.
yuck. It's embarrassing to see people acting that way. First, because they're so emotionally invested in someone they've likely never even SEEN in person, and second because a 'revelation' like this turns that upside down.
I get the same feeling when I see footage of people crying at Obama speeches. He's a goddamn politician, people, not Jesus. Vote for him, volunteer for his campaign, but for god's sake keep your head on your shoulders.
Crap, did I really just inject politics into a post about Clay Aiken? My apologies, everyone.
I'm putting myself on news restriction for a couple days until this whole debate postponing thing blows over...
I thought he'd be more the Miles Cowperthwaite to American Idol's shipboard pirates.
No, closet cases are sadder.
Wasn't there a story last year or so (on Perez or Drudge or the like) in which some guy recounted his online and then in-person hook-up with Gaiken? The Claymates screamed and wailed about it at the time. Did it ever get disproven, or is it now validated?
@3 It's that season. Queerty thinks this might help Obama.
What? There were people around who actually still thought he was straight?
"Brokeback Mountain" taught me that crying and being turned on is a bad combo.
Yes, it really is shocking that there are people who didn't know Clay was gay (really, really, really shocking) -- but how about the fact that these same people haven't turned against him once they learned the truth?
Most people who seem to be anti-gay bigots are really just saying what they think they're supposed to. The truth is that most people just don't care and every time Clay Aiken comes out an angel gets its wings. This war has already been won, and here's proof once again.
I heard rumors that Liberace was gay, too.
Clay Aiken was closeted? How?
I was doing some cybersnooping of the same sort last night. My results come with photos!
Who are these people? Seriously. Like, how old are they? What is their story?
I just can't reconcile it. Are they middle-aged moms? Which would explain the not accepting of the gayness, but why would they be Clay Aiken fans in the first place? Are they teenagers? This is baffling to me.
Wait a minute...Brokeback Mountain was about The Gay. I thought they were looking for Curly's gold.
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