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Homotextual: Rupert Everett

Filed By Ed Team | December 21, 2007 7:17 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: domestic partnership, heteronormative, marriage, New Jersey

"I'm not going to share my dosh with anyone. I don't want to do some awful pantomime of a dysfunctional heterosexual world. You know, being gay was much more fun when it was illegal... At least it was exciting. Now it's like a great big boy band, several million strong. Every face is the same face, and once you've had one person, you've had everything. There's no individuality in anybody. You're not allowed to be an eccentric in the world, you have to fit it. We live in the most conservative time ever, I think."

-- Actor Rupert Everett, asked whether or not he had plans to ever get married.

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Michael Crawford Michael Crawford | December 21, 2007 9:12 AM

Rupert Everett is one bitter queen. Every word that drops out of his mouth is used to slime others and spout his ridiculous ideas about what it means to be gay. I get that not all gays think alike and I'm am so glad that I don't think like Everett.

He should just shut up and fade back into obscurity.