Good issue of Out this month:
Jeffrey Epstein talks to Faye Dunaway.
Have you always noticed that gay men love you?
Yeah. Why do they? Because I’m kind of strong or what?
You’re strong, fabulous, and we love that you played Joan Crawford.
Oh, I’m still trying to live that down.
Well, there’s nothing to live down!
It was a good performance but they’ve made it very camp. Very camp. (More)
Michael Musto writes about Anderson Cooper’s sexuality:
Actually, Anderson has only really been out in that he gracefully lives his life while never bothering to claim he’s straight. The child of complicated parents and a product of fame, class, and some darkness, he’s evolved into a fascinating paradox who’s reportorially fearless about everything but himself. (More)
Matthew Breen shines an offstage spotlight on Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears:
While Shears’s stage performance is certainly riveting, up close it’s even easier to see why fans and the press have been taken with this lithe, shaggy-haired, 26-year-old former go-go dancer. His wide eyes and frankness are disarming, almost flirtatious. (More)