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Wherein Adam Lambert Explains to a (Straight) Guy He Doesn’t Have Sex on the First Date

Bryon Cooke, a host on Australia’s Triple M Radio, thought he was being all cutesy during an interview with Adam Lambert by suggesting, even though he’s a heterosexual father, he might just make a go at asking the Idol star out on a date. He was shot down, with this excuse: Just because we’re gay doesn’t mean we go for every guy.

This is true! And it’s one of those lessons we must always teach straight guys, particularly when they’re dragged, oh-so-unwillingly, to G bars.

But yeah: Bryon being too masculine is the problem for these two.