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19 November 2005

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E

Sounds like I missed a good show.

taylor Siluwé

I missed it too, E. Like an asshole ... I was all set and ready in front of the TV, on Friday.

**good grief**

Charlie Brown strikes again.

TJ

This show was awesome. Orpah gets two thumbs up. If you didn't know about Billy Porter you know about him now...and his new album shows off his amazing vocal prowess in a live setting, so much so we're coming in from LA to see him at Joe's Pub!

Capois

I am so sick of Oprah talking about gays and DL men. She would never admit about her secret life with Gayle, her girlfriend...

Siante

Looks like Oprah's taking a new angle on the gay lifestyle. With the box she opened up before (pre 2000s) and now, she's making it a good show to distinguish.

curtishooks

I enjoyed Oprah's show regarding "when I Knew". I am always delighted to have masculine men demonstrating their pride of being gay. I would have enjoy viewing the retired football who came out after his career in the NFL. Overall, any time we can focus on homosexuals as being just "human beings" get a standing ovation from me.

algie

^^^exactly

TBoi

After having watched the 11 minute clip, I am certainly sorry I missed this particular Oprah show. I was thoroughly entertained and wished I had seen the show. From what I could tell she had a great panel who have come to terms with their sexuality as well as their lifestyle. And that was great to see and feel since it really hit home. My life is not that complicated, but I am sure others have had difficulty in all the aspects of family, being gay and all that attaches itself to the entire subject. (growing up and into yourself)
Props to Ms. O for this one CUZ she sure lost a few points with me during the Terry and Jonathan episode. I think I can forgive her for that after this one.

As usual Rod I am always delightfully as well as intellectually amused by the gamut of information you bring to your subjects.(READERS)

Andy in Seattle

I too saw the show, and found it a tad "Gay 101," but Ms O's market is Terrified-Of-Having-Queer-Kids Soccer Moms, not sophisticated (read: jaded) homos, so one has to grant some slack.

Yes, it could have been worse. But did you really think it actively discouraged DL detective work? It hardly makes up for all the damage her DL-obsession has done.

(And wouldn't it have been nice to actually HAVE some butch men on the panel to bust up some stereotypes? I love Billy Porter like my luggage, but...)

...and when we gonna get YOUR "When I Knew" story, Rod?

tellytubby

SURELY THE 'WEBMISTRESS' HERE IS NOT HOMOPHOBIC HERSELF.

MY COMMENTS WERE DELETED. WAS IT BECAUSE I POSTED THE TRUTH ABOUT MYSELF HAVING SUCKED COCK AT AGE 4 AND I KNEW I LIKE IT?

COME ON GIRLFRIEND. I AM OVER 40 AND THE CENSORSHIP ON THIS SILLY WEBPAGE WILL HARDLY MAKE ME WANT TO EAT PUSSY!!!

HOMO-HUGS

TELLYTUBBY

Rod

Tellytubby:

Sometimes your comments are fun, other times quite hilarious. Sometimes--like now--you use the low road to gratuitously describe a sex act when we're not having a conversation about sex.

Also, using all caps in cyberspace is considered shouting and bad form. These were the reasons why earlier comments were deleted.

We're trying to have an intlligent conversation about the show. Now, this is very interesting: gay black men are often accusing others of distorting our images. But it's very hard to try to create those desired positive images.

Lastly, this is a personal webpage, not CNN or NBC. First Amendment issues do not apply. Playing well with others is much more important.

Homo-hugs, luv.

"The Webmistress"

Flow

I think Oprah is really doing a great Job. self-realization and self-awareness what made every DL men to know or talk about their sexualtiy.

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