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I respect the fact that many denominations have different points of view with respect to gay marriage and they can hold that in the sanctity in the place of their religion and not bless them or solemnize them.
Let's make a law that gay people can have birthdays, but straight people get more cake - you know, to send the right message to kids.
To me, if a heterosexual has a right to do it, then I have a right to do it. And if it's important to the gay youth - who are now setting the agenda - then its important to me.
All parents should be aware that when they mock or curse gay people, they may be mocking or cursing their own child.
Football is at least as 'gay' as rugby, Greco-Roman wrestling and the film '300.'
When I went into 'Fiddler,' I wondered about the response I'd get - the backlash because I'm openly gay. There was none. I toured Canada and America, and not one single review suggested that I played the role gay or that I seemed anything but Tevye.
I have a big gay and lesbian following and they've been very loyal and kind to me.
America is off-the-hook gay. I will not go all Ann Coulter on you and say, 'Our gays are better than their gays,' but as far as countries go, we are in-your-face gay.
Trying to get the talk show, looking back on it, we had to beg a lot of station managers to pick up the show because people thought no one would watch it because I'm openly gay.
Many a dangerous temptation comes to us in gay, fine colours, that are but skin-deep.
For thousands of years, there have been lies about being gay or not being gay. If you know they're lies, you're free.
Miguel Angel Ruiz
I think Chris Brown gets kind of dismissed as a gay writer, and I think Chris's books are really, really smart. I wish his books sold a little more widely.
Mental illness is the last frontier. The gay thing is part of everyday life now on a show like 'Modern Family,' but mental illness is still full of stigma. Maybe it is time for that to change.
Gay people got a right to be as miserable as everybody else.
Gay Liberation? I ain't against it, it's just that there's nothing in it for me.
I once had a large gay following, but I ducked into an alleyway and lost him.
Trying to conceal the fact that I was a gay, effeminate, hyperactive, adopted child with a serious lisp in southern Louisiana would have been like trying to hide Dolly Parton in a string bikini!
I didn't know what gay was. There was no such thing when I was growing up. I knew I had crushes on boys, but I didn't think there was anything wrong with that until I started to hear about it from the other kids in school.
I think honestly, some people who think they're gay, they're confused.
I'm for human lib, the liberation of all people, not just black people or female people or gay people.
I could be wrong, but I think heterosexual marriage is threatened more by heterosexuals. I don't know why gay marriage challenges my marriage in any way.
I remember how being young and black and gay and lonely felt. A lot of it was fine, feeling I had the truth and the light and the key, but a lot of it was purely hell.
I think that the longer I look good, the better gay men feel.
Ironically, when I've asked my straight friends to join me in hanging a rainbow flag, they answer, 'But someone might think we're gay,' not realizing that is exactly the point. To be mistaken for the oppressed is to momentarily become the oppressed.
Straight people say, 'You know you're just gay,' and gay people say, 'You know you're just gay.' There is such a thing as bisexual!
John F. Kennedy
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