Remember that ruckus that Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon caused recently by saying that she chose to be gay? Yeah, well she's amended her position on the matter to fit in with a more stringent and PC line:
The star has now clarified her declaration, revealing that she is in fact "bisexual", which she does believe is "not a choice, it is a fact."
"What I have 'chosen' is to be in a gay relationship," the star continued.
Will be interesting to see if that is enough of a shift to satisfy the Official Enforcers of Correct Thought on Matters of Sexuality. Nixon is still talking about choice, which they obviously find deeply threatening.
Kind of ironic when you think about. Wasn't being gay, lesbian or whatever supposed to be all about enjoying freedom from strict and oppressive relationship structures?
And it's pretty clear that if you want to be accepted by the "gay community" (whatever the hell that is) and you believe sexuality is a choice, then you have very little choice about whether you can express that very belief publicly!
It's also ironic that Margaret Court is seen as a vile, dangerous bigot, when her belief is that sexuality is a choice.
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