Thursday, December 2, 2010 1:19:25 AM
The press morally shouldn't `out` someone... for some stars it does wreck their careers, There are still a surprising amount of people out there who are 100% anti gay... and wont ever buy `said persons` music/movies/whatever after they know `saidperson` is gay,
Sad but true.... And also majority of what the press say are lies, but people still believe it. I think they have a right to sue over being defamated (sp)... IMO the press need to give it a break, they stalk people and if it were anyone else they would be arrested and charged... I feel sorry for most celeb`s.. I cant imagine people vid/photographing me every second im in public... I`d personally go nuts and start shooting people im surprised most of them dont.
Wednesday, December 1, 2010 2:06:13 PM
It is absolutely Travolta's right to stay in the closet if he wants to. It`s the same with Jodie Foster. Sure people in the spotlight coming out can help younger people. But they have also the right to their privacy. This isn`t about being ashamed of who you are, it`s about actors wanting to keep their career professional. The media crossed the line way long ago about what was appropriate boundaries for these people. It`s stalking. It needs to stop!