Happy National Coming Out Day, a day when gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people are encouraged to stand up and speak up about who they are. It's an emotionally charged day for many, but it's also a reason to celebrate.
Today, October 11, is National Coming Out Day. It's a day that should be celebrated by everyone: gay, straight, lesbian, transgender or bisexual. It's a celebration of people being honest with themselves and the people who care about them—a very honorable thing. The following 9 celebrities announced their sexual orientation the best way they knew how, and they all admit it was the best decision they've ever made. Hopefully, their experiences will inspire others today to come out from hiding. If they could do it, so can you.
A new Northwestern University study has found evidence to support the existence of bisexual men, a sharp contrast to a 2005 study from the same university that reported opposite results.
Plenty of movies and TV shows toy with the possibility of turning research subjects gay by injecting them with a serum, but findings published in Nature demonstrate that real-life scientists can do something similar by tweaking the serotonin levels in mice.
Roguishly charming Brit actor Tom Hardy (the hot-lipped scene stealer from RockNRolla and Inception) has recently soared to the top of Hollywood's hot list, and now he's making fans of both sexes very happy with an admission: you all have a shot with him. Tom recently revealed to the Daily Mail that he's had plenty of sexual experiences with men, stating, "Of course I have. I'm an actor for ****'s sake."
Lindsay Lohan brought bi-sexy back, but her dysfunctional romance with Samantha Ronson wasn't the type of relationship with which any group would want to be associated. Luckily, more sane celebs have been admitting to liking both boys and girls, making bisexuals all the rage right now. So, let's take a look now at six of the entertainment world's hottest (and coolest) bi ladies.
We all know a girl who says she's always been attracted to other women but has never really done anything about it, save the occasional bar make-out or session spent watching girl-on-girl porn. So why don't more women act on it?
I could go on with more it-almost-happened incidents I've had with women, but I think you get the point. Despite years and years and years of being single (and kinky!), women and I just never happened. For the past six months, I've been with a guy whom I want to be my life partner. While the intimacy we have together is worth everything to me, I'm honestly a little disappointed that I never got around to being with a woman
Bobby Brown has jumped in front of the spotlight again. In a move that will surely sell more copies of his new tell-all book, Bobby Brown: The Truth, the Whole Truth and Nothing But..., the troubled singer digs up some old dirt on Whitney and smears it all over her. Interesting timing, considering that she's currently in the midst of a musical comeback. Although Bobby doesn't claim that Whitney is gay or bisexual, he believes that she married him to kill gossip that she was romantically involved with a former female employee.Bobby writes,
Details' November cover boy, Adam Lambert, recently sat down with the mag to talk about, among other things, the effect he has on his female fans. Even though Adam is openly gay and in a relationship, he finds all of the propositions, phone numbers, and bras thrown his way to be quite flattering. He also thinks that his popularity with women shows a significant change in attitudes toward homosexuality, saying, "I think it's beautiful. That's the way it should be. It shouldn't matter what a person's sexual preference is—it doesn't change their appeal."