Rex Wockner's Quote Unquote
|"Were sort of having our cake and eating it too for a while. But we cant do that forever. Theres no doubt in the second season Wills going to have to start dating. Down the road, if they keep writing Will as single, were going to take a lot of heat and were going to lose a lot of fans from the gay community because theyre going to eventually want to see some action, and so do I. I dont want to keep playing a lawyer who cant get a date."
Actor Eric McCormack, Will on TVs Will & Grace, to the New Zealand Herald, March 12.
"Will I be able to play more lesbian women, or is my time up? Because, you know, I see all of you [lesbians] all around I figure I aint gonna get no goddamn work now."
Whoopi Goldberg at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Media Awards April 17 in Los Angeles.
"Ever notice how rainbows sometimes appear in the sky? God is gay."
One of the winning entries in the Washington Posts contest to "identify and expose other threats to public morality [besides Tinky Winky] hidden in our popular culture." The contest results were published in the March 21 edition.
"I work out and I have a trainer. I am in the best shape I have ever been. I got muscles and pecs. I want a husband. I just want a guy who has a car and doesnt live in it. I dated a guy who was pierced everywhere. I chipped a tooth."
Gay comedian Jason Stuart to San Diegos Gay & Lesbian Times, April 22.
"When I was a kid, I was so gay. I remember seeing The Sound of Music. I thought to myself, Those clothes look like crap! So when they kept singing, How do you solve a problem like Maria? I thought, Shes the maid. Fire her! If my mother saw the maid cutting up the drapes and making clothes, shed beat the hell out of her!"
Comedian Jason Stuart to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, April 27.
"The American flag is homosexual. What are the predominant colors? Red, white and blue. If you combine red with white you get pink. If you combine red with blue you get purple. Both of these are notorious gay colors. And what is a star but a combination of triangles?"
One of the winning entries in the Washington Posts contest to "identify and expose other threats to public morality [besides Tinky Winky] hidden in our popular culture." Contest results were published in the March 21 newspaper.
LETTERS From CAMP Rehoboth, Vol. 9, No. 4, May 7, 1999