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Actor Robert Sheehan: 'I had a couple of experiences... with dudes'
Actor Robert Sheehan has opened up about previous same-sex sexual experiences.
The 31-year-old Irish actor is best known for playing Nathan Young in Misfits and more recently Klaus Hargreeves in The Umbrella Academy.
Klaus is openly gay in the series.
Now, in a recent interview with Hot Press, straight actor Sheehan revealed he’s got more in common with Klaus than fans first thought.
He revealed: ‘I think it would be irresponsible not to question my sexuality.
‘I had a couple of experiences when I was younger with dudes where I tried it, experimented, to see if it did anything for me.
Gay Star News
Julia Roberts stands strong with LGBTI youth by being totally silent
Ahead of the Day of Silence tomorrow, Julia Roberts posted a video yesterday (10 April) in which she stood strong with LGBTI youth.
The Pretty Woman superstar posted the silent video to encourage her followers to join the #DayOfSilence.
Moreover, the student-led national event sees folks take a vow of silence to highlight the silencing and erasure of LGBTI youth in school.
US schools have held the day in April since 1996.
Gay Star News
See All the Times Spider-Man's Tom Holland Gave Away Avengers Secrets
Tom Holland may be in the middle of all The Avengers action but the star forced directors Joe and Anthony Russo to keep him out of the loop after a series of spoilers on Holland’s part.
Holland, 22, has a history of giving away Marvel’s secrets when it comes to several of the studio’s superhero films, albeit accidentally.
He famously revealed there would be two Spider-Man: Homecoming sequels long before the studio had announced the franchise offerings.
Holland was also the first one to share the title of the upcoming film Spider-Man: Far From Home, showing a photo of the logo on his Instagram account months after Infinity War dropped.
“American Horror Story” is harming this actor’s mental health, so they’re sitting one out
Peters — who has acted in all eight seasons of the FX series (and also plays in Murphy’s ’80s era NYC ballroom drama, Pose) — recently told an interviewer that he has decided to “sit a season out” because the show is taking a negative toll on his mental health.
Peters has said:
“[Being in the show] has been all a massive stretch for me and really difficult to do. It’s hurting my soul and Evan as a person. There’s this massive amount of rage that’s been called upon from me, and the emotional stuff that’s been called on me for Pose has been heartbreaking, and I’m sick. I don’t feel good.”
Ben Whishaw Said Therapy Helped Overcome How He 'Hated' Being Gay
Ben Whishaw (Paddington, A Very English Scandal) has spoken out about struggling in the closet and how therapy helped the actor accept himself.
Although Whishaw is now open and comfortable with his queer identity, the gay actor revealed to The Sunday Times Magazine, a British outlet, that he once "hated" himself for who he was.
''There was a moment in my early twenties when I did not feel very good about myself," the 38-year-old actor stated in the March 24 interview. "It was to do with my sexuality and not knowing how to be myself and hating myself. I did know [my sexuality], I just couldn't tell anyone."
Whishaw entered a civil partnership with composer Mark Bradshaw in 2012 and said therapy "really helped him." After the actor came out officially in 2013, Whishaw was able to put his anxieties to rest.
Ryan Phillippe Knows His Butt Was Your Gay Awakening
RYAN PHILLIPPE AND HIS BUTT HAD A BIG IMPACT ON THE LIVES OF YOUNG QUEER MEN.
In 1999, the Cruel Intentions cast was “old enough to know better, but too young to care.” The movie quickly became a cult classic and a box office smash, earning $75 million. Now, after nearly two decades, the movie returned to theaters, and the cast recently reflected on their experience working on the film.
Starring Ryan Phillippe, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Reese Witherspoon, Selma Blair, Joshua Jackson, Tara Reid, Swoosie Kurtz and Sean Patrick Thomas, Cruel Intentions is a cinematic buffet of the 2000s hottest young stars. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Phillippe opened up about his most bootylicious scene from the film.
Actress Dropped From The Color Purple After Anti-LGBTQ Post Surfaces
The actress set to take the lead in a production of The Color Purple has been dropped after old comments in which she took an anti-LGBTQ stance resurfaced.
Hamilton actor Aaron Lee Lambert blasted Seyi Omooba on Twitter last week, sharing a Facebook post she wrote in 2014.
“I do not believe you can be born gay, and i do not believe homosexuality is right, though the law of this land has made it legal doesn’t mean its right,” she wrote.
San Antonio Says Cluck You to Anti-LGBTQ Chick-fil-A
Malaysian politician calls LGBT population 'dirty and smelly'
A Malaysian politician in parliament on Monday (18 March) described LGBT ‘phenomenon’ as ‘unnatural lust’ that ‘should never be accepted’.
Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali demanded to know what the government was doing to ‘curb LGBT practices’ after the Women’s March earlier this month included demands for LGBTI rights.
He also blamed LGBTI for rising HIV infections in the country.
‘This is unnatural lust and should never be accepted’ he said of the LGBTI community.
‘We want to know the actions taken by the government to curb LGBT practices’.
‘I liken it to building a house’ the politician said.
‘We make a door at the front, we make sure the door is beautiful, we paint it, carve it and spray it with air freshener.’
‘Why would we then want to go through the back door? The back door is dirty, it is not appropriate and smelly’.
Gay Star News
The Color Purple star: 'I do not believe homosexuality is right'
Luke Perry, star of 'Beverly Hills 90210' and 'Riverdale,' dead at 52
Luke Perry, who played the beloved Dylan McKay on the hit coming-of-age series "Beverly Hills 90210," has died.
Perry, 52, died Monday after suffering a massive stroke, his publicist Arnold Robinson told CNN.
"He was surrounded by his children Jack and Sophie, fiancé Wendy Madison Bauer, ex-wife Minnie Sharp, mother Ann Bennett, step-father Steve Bennett, brother Tom Perry, sister Amy Coder, and other close family and friends. The family appreciates the outpouring of support and prayers that have been extended to Luke from around the world, and respectfully request privacy in this time of great mourning. No further details will be released at this time," a statement from Robinson read.
Born Coy Luther Perry III in Mansfield, Ohio, and raised in the small community of Fredericktown, Perry moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting soon after graduating from high school.
There he worked a series of odd jobs as he tried to break into the business.
Arquette Sisters Remember Luke Perry as an LGBTQ Ally
Desi Arnaz: A Pioneer of the Television Sitcom
Discover how the I Love Lucy star changed TV
Desi Arnaz was a Cuban-born American actor, musician, and TV producer. He is best known for his role as Ricky Ricardo in the cult classic American TV sitcom I Love Lucy. Co-starring alongside his then-wife Lucille Ball, the pair are credited as the inventors of the syndicated rerun as they were more than just actors in the show – they were key in making it into such a success. The show ran from 1951-1957 and spanned six seasons with 180 half-hour episodes in total, which was previously unheard of for a TV show.
Arnaz became part of one of the USA’s most watched shows, but his life wasn’t always glitz and glam, even if it might have seemed that way in the beginning. Born into a prominent Cuban family in Santiago in 1917, Arnaz’s father, Desiderio Arnaz II, was mayor of Santiago, the original capital of Cuba. His mother, Dolores de Acha, was the daughter of one of the founders of the Bacardi Rum Company. If that wasn’t enough of a claim to fame, Arnaz’s grandfather, Don Desiderio, was a physician who accompanied Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill in 1898.
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