It's been said, in the past, that revealing you were homosexual in Hollywood was sure to kill your career. It had to be equally taboo to reveal that you can form relationships with both men and women and be equally satisfied.
Stars like Megan Mullally, Drea De Matteo, Billy Joe Armstrong (Green Day frontman), and Gillian Anderson reveal that they have had relationships with both sexes. While the article only briefly discusses how orientation might affect their career, those like Lady GaGa have admitted it hasn't had much affect. And in some circles, it has made the stars more appealing, as being bisexual tends to titillate the interest of a very valuable corner of the market. (Right or wrong, there's a hefty chunk of men on the planet that find bisexuality in a woman tre sexy.)
You can read the full article here.
My question to you, cherished readers, is: Does knowing a star's sexuality affect how you view them in roles that would contradict their preferences? Or, is there a certain amount of admiration that goes with watching a gay man or woman play a convincingly hetero role on film?
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