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But there's an internalised prejudice that still exists. I see this with my parents and grandparents who are very accepting, but from another time and just have a different approach to gay issues.
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But this show pushes heteroromantic routine after heteroromantic routine down our throats and never discusses the fact that there have been a lot of gay dancers on the show. It's amazing how many people will happily watch TV personality after TV personality talk about their heterosexual relationships and romantic intentions and inclinations, but then claim that they 'don't care' as soon as a homosexual relationship is even hinted at.
And the thing is most of those people will claim to be entirely open minded and accepting, and hell, usually they pretty much are.
and not everybody can do the same as I said........... That's why you call it man crush and not a real crush. A while back I heard that he went out of the closet I read billy was his boyfriend during the show, then it was another male dancer during the tour I think he said he was gay on afterbuzz tooso it is possible he is neither straight or gay but bisexual. He could dance whatever character was throw at him: straight and gay....
In one interview he said that he had kissed girls and it helped to portray his character.People act like talking about them being gay is really offensive or something, like being gay is bad.It's actually like not that serious, it's gossip, and should just be treated as such and not like an off limits topic.So you can keep pretending 'it's just not important' but actually they are actively hiding it, either them or the show. If they're not hiding it I'm happy for them. People often say 'they set off my gaydar' but I just think that's unnecessarily, who cares if they're gay or not?
If they don't mention it, I'm not going to question/comment about it. If they're not hiding it I'm happy for them. People often say 'they set off my gaydar' but I just think that's unnecessarily, who cares if they're gay or not?
As it is it's no more revealing than Edson asking if he can be the flower girl or Ricky saying being in heels feels like home.