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OH SNAP — Lance bass snaps his “first time being a man of honor!” He is at a wedding where two heterosexuals are exchanging vows, just like Lance might be able to in twenty to fifty years.
Typical “Gay” Bisexual….seen with women for his career…then sleeps with men…..
@alan brickman: WTF? Are famous gay dudes not allowed to ever have any female friends in your weird little universe?
@alan brickman: What a Jackass statement to make. Guess what, most of my friends are female as is the case with a lot of gay men and last I checked it hasn’t affected my career either way.
I guess since Lance Bass is one of the few celebrities who have had the guts to “come out of the closet” it’s perfectly okay to refer to him as a bride or bridesmaid because afterall, everybody knows that gay men secretly want to wear a bridesveil someday, right girlfriend? Yuch.
And we wonder why so many MEN choose to stay closeted.
he is gross.
You don’t see many brides today wear wedding dresses with sleeves. I happen to like that. Very elegant.
Wow Queerty, retract your claws!
Sometimes your writers are such bitchy bores.
Here is a positive story. A heterosexual couple having a GAY MAN of honor share their – what has got to be – most important life event ever in a meaningful way and all you can do is throw dirt. Just maybe the hetero couple is making a statement about marriage equality and changing times. They certainly seem to be making a statement – intended or not – about friendship, inclusiveness and a definite lack of homophobia.
I get your political drift, but you cheapen your viewpoint and you turn some of your readers off when you obviously refuse to look at situations without the prism of your political views and with what you mistakenly think is rapt and witty repartee.
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