Tag Archives: BiQuotable

BiQuotable – Kim Zolciak

“I don’t believe love has a gender. I have a ton of girlfriends who have been with girls, and I could never comprehend that before. Now I can. But I don’t want to define gay, bisexual or straight. I just think it’s too much for me — a woman doesn’t define me, nor does a man. I’m among the millions ...

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BiQuotable – Gerard Butler

“I talk about my sexuality, but it’s always glossed over. People seem to shy away from the issue. Whenever it is discussed, its distended and exaggerated. Gerard Butler is gay. No I’m not. I don’t know myself what I am so it can be bewildering to see that being plugged. I have been in relationships with women. And men. That ...

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BiQuotable – Alan Cumming

“I’ve got the questions and the answers. Now all I’ve got to do is memorize them. It’s just like learning a lot of lines, so I kind of think that as an actor, I’ll be better prepared than most.”- Scottish actor Alan Cumming, who is taking his American citizenship test in October in order to vote for Barack Obama.

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BiQuotable – Tila Tequila

“It is because of me. I definitely think my show has helped the movement. Before it came out, everyone was still a little apprehensive about it. Then they realized, ‘Wow, everyone is really into this stuff, and it is fine.’ The next thing you know, gay marriage is legal.” – Reality show star Tila Tequila, taking credit for the legalization ...

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BiQuotable – Margaret Cho

“I too am insulted at the idea that just because I am a person of color and a woman that I should be expected to automatically vote for Obama or Hillary. Why are white men allowed to look at the issues and judge for themselves and the rest of us are expected to take sides grade school style? That is ...

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