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Evil_eyes
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I am currently having a disagreement with my SO and his dad about Patrick Stewart. They claim that he is gay, I say that he is not with proof that he has had 2 wifes and as of 2004 a 25 yo girlfriend. They countered with a paper that was written for Penn State which I guess was written as a thesis paper, I am currently trying to find it.

What do you guys/gals think?

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Unless the paper is an interview of Patrick Stewart stating that he's gay, I wouldn't give it a whole lot of credit. People can speculate all they want but I personally think it's no one's business and not all that important.

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Patrick Stewart did play a gay man in a movie. Which of course, means nothing, but maybe the image of him in that movie stuck with people? Then again, I'm not sure very many people saw it.

Who is writing a thesis about whether or not Patrick Stewart is gay? Weird topic.

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ETA: I'd give points for reference, but it's kind of a giveaway... so... what was he wearing when he said it?

ETAA: Forgot to say add me to the "don't care" camp on the issue.

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If anyone will accept London Theatre gossip as a cite, then not only is Patrick Stewart not gay, but he is what we in the milieu call a dawg. Pretty much every pretty girl in the theatre in London has some sort of 'Patrick Stewart cracked on to me' story.

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If he is as old as I think he is, I have less respect for him for going after 25-year olds than I would if he were simply gay.
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The paper was written about Gay's in music, film and television. It also stated other notable gay celebrities. I wish I could find the paper but I am trying once I do I will link it.

I am not sure why we were even discussing it, but it turned into a agrument, I could care less either way. But I just want to prove them wrong.

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quote:
Originally posted by Ophiuchus:
If he is as old as I think he is, I have less respect for him for going after 25-year olds than I would if he were simply gay.

Why? At least they're not under 18 or something like that.

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quote:
Originally posted by LadyLockeout:
quote:
Originally posted by Ophiuchus:
If he is as old as I think he is, I have less respect for him for going after 25-year olds than I would if he were simply gay.

Why? At least they're not under 18 or something like that.
Perhaps because going after 25 year olds pretty much declares to the world that your maturity level, goals, and desires are that of "typical" 25 year old. I mean, if that's the message you want to dissiminate, or if you really do have more in common with 20 somethings, go right ahead, by all means. But I, too, have less respect for someone whom you would have hoped had gained a bit of wisdom throughout their life dating people half their age, who are normally not as mature.

Not to mention it fits into stereotypical behaviors, which, for some people, are dissapointing in someone they wish to respect.

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If he is as old as I think he is, I have less respect for him for going after 25-year olds than I would if he were simply gay.
They are much older than he is, at least if you add them up.

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quote:
Originally posted by LadyLockeout:
quote:
Originally posted by Ophiuchus:
If he is as old as I think he is, I have less respect for him for going after 25-year olds than I would if he were simply gay.

Why? At least they're not under 18 or something like that.
I don't quite buy into that whole 'legal' arguement that someone is fully adult and able to make totally mature decissions at 18.
I can look at when I was 18 and how I am now and I have definately matured since then.
I see less wrong with a 20-year old with a 15-year old (with either gender in place) than a 36-year old with an 18 year old (which to me is a lot like the 20-year old going after 10-12-year olds.)

I know a lot of people buy into that whole 'I hit this magical number age, I can't possibly grow any more from here! Yesterday I was a child, but not today I am suddenly as adult as my grandmother!', but I just don't see it working out in reality.

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quote:
Originally posted by Ryda Wong:
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Originally posted by LadyLockeout:
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Originally posted by Ophiuchus:
If he is as old as I think he is, I have less respect for him for going after 25-year olds than I would if he were simply gay.

Why? At least they're not under 18 or something like that.
Perhaps because going after 25 year olds pretty much declares to the world that your maturity level, goals, and desires are that of "typical" 25 year old.

If true, I somehow doubt he's really looking to "date" them. For casual hookups, maturity level and goals may not much come into play.

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What do you guys/gals think?
I just can't see how anyone's sex life is anybody else's business. Provided all involved are consenting adults.

I don't think it's a topic worthy of contemplation, much less disagreement.

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I suppose that a 66-year-old would naturally find 25-year-olds more physically attractive than fellow 66-year-olds, and I don't see what's wrong with that. Besides, Patrick Stewart looks like the kind of man who makes me think "If I were a woman, I would be very attracted to him." and I'm a 20-year-old guy.

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quote:
Originally posted by Brillo Bee:
Patrick Stewart did play a gay man in a movie. Which of course, means nothing, but maybe the image of him in that movie stuck with people? Then again, I'm not sure very many people saw it.

Who is writing a thesis about whether or not Patrick Stewart is gay? Weird topic.

~Brillo "Can I do this? Or does it make me look like some sort of gay superhero?" Bee

ETA: I'd give points for reference, but it's kind of a giveaway... so... what was he wearing when he said it?

ETAA: Forgot to say add me to the "don't care" camp on the issue.

It's called acting. Quite a number of straight actors have portrayed gay men in plays, films with perfect accuracy. They even kissed other men because the role called for it.

Maybe you should see Dad Savage starring Patrick Stewart or Safehouse where he convincly plays someone with Alzehimors. Damn cannot recall the spelling of that.

Patrick Stewart also has several children.

Sulu is confirmed gay maybe they are confused as to which Star Trek castmember was outed? Of course it was an open secret to hard core trek fans and they had more to go on then a mythical thesis paper. Btw why would Patrick Stewart's sexuality be the subject of a thesis paper which are used to get one's doctorate finally approved?

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I am still trying to find the paper and once I do I will provide the link.

It wasn't so much as he was the topic from what I saw it was homosexuality and celebrities. It mentioned Elton John, and a few others.

They both knew that George Takei was gay.

I am trying to prove them wrong, which I did but they just didnt believe me. I can't even tell you how it started.

And I would think, that most people would sort of care what there favorite celebrity is up to. Just look at all the tabloids and the millions of people that by them.

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I refuse to believe he's gay because that would really mess up my fantasy world. [Wink]

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Having been married is no infallible testament to heterosexuality. Some folks refer to this late coming out as "turning gay" rather than a person just finally accepting who they are... whatever. There are jerks out there who have all kinds of hang-ups.

But I have to say:

1. Why is it so important to you?
2. Would it really matter at all if he was?
3. More power to him either way. It's his life.

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quote:
Originally posted by Lydia Oh Lydia:
I refuse to believe he's gay because that would really mess up my fantasy world. [Wink]

Nothing stopping you from fantasizing about a gay guy... just don't expect him to return the favor. [Wink]

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He could still be gay have had married/had kids. It's been done before (and probably still) to hide that they're one or both in the marriage are gay.

But yeah, as long as he's not having sex with any underage males OR females, who the NFBSK cares?

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Originally posted by tootiredtocare:
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Originally posted by Brillo Bee:
Patrick Stewart did play a gay man in a movie. Which of course, means nothing, but maybe the image of him in that movie stuck with people? Then again, I'm not sure very many people saw it.

Who is writing a thesis about whether or not Patrick Stewart is gay? Weird topic.

~Brillo "Can I do this? Or does it make me look like some sort of gay superhero?" Bee

ETA: I'd give points for reference, but it's kind of a giveaway... so... what was he wearing when he said it?

ETAA: Forgot to say add me to the "don't care" camp on the issue.

It's called acting. Quite a number of straight actors have portrayed gay men in plays, films with perfect accuracy. They even kissed other men because the role called for it. {snip}
Ummm, I know. That's why I said it means nothing.

I was just commenting that some people who saw him play a gay character in a movie might draw the conclusion that he must be gay.

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quote:
Originally posted by Purple Iguana:
Having been married is no infallible testament to heterosexuality. Some folks refer to this late coming out as "turning gay" rather than a person just finally accepting who they are... whatever. There are jerks out there who have all kinds of hang-ups.

But I have to say:

1. Why is it so important to you?
2. Would it really matter at all if he was?
3. More power to him either way. It's his life.

I will answer these questions again.

Its not all that important to me, I am trying to prove to my SO and his father that they may be mistaken. As well to my SO that just because there was a Thesis paper written about Homosexual celebrities and that Patrick Stewart was mention in the paper as a gay actor, does not mean that the paper is right. Since that is they only thing that SO dad found.

It wouldn't bother me one way or another if he was gay. I rarely watch anything that he is in to begin with.

What is with the people replying only to say that they don't care and neither should anyone else. Why bother to reply with something negative

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Patrick Stewart did play a gay man in a movie. Which of course, means nothing, but maybe the image of him in that movie stuck with people? Then again, I'm not sure very many people saw it.

He also played Frasier's boyfriend on one episode. Even Frasier didn't know they were dating. [Wink]

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What I was mostly trying to say, Enchanting Eyes, is that unless the paper has Patrick Stewart declaring himself gay, it's only speculation and (possibly) rumor on the writer's part. I would be curious to know what was written to "prove" he's gay, as the other celebrities you mention your SO and his dad have named were already out themselves.

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I wasnt referring to you. And from what I read from the piece the author was giving names of celebrities that were in fact gay and his name was beside Rupert Everett. I do believe it was a thesis paper, and yes it did have sources at the bottom. I am still trying to find it, without much luck with any combination of words and names on google.

To explain my comment:

I have notice in a few ( I am not saying all) celebrity threads someone will say something along the lines of these examples :

Why are even discussing this
Why is this even in the paper
I don't care

I could go on. The point I was trying to get across is why post something saying you don't care and this isnt worthy of discussion. Just because you ( in the general sense) don't find the topic to be so. I don't know its been bugging me for awhile and it happens often enough. It is not up to you ( in the general sense) to say that when someone clearly finds the topic worthy of discussing.

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Enchanting_eyes, just a very, very wild guess.
Seeing that both Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen play in X-Men, COULD it be remotely possible that he mixed them up?

Just a guess...

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Well the x-men movie series. But Patrick Stewart and Ian Mckellen do have a great onscreen chemistry and both from interviews appear really fun to be around.

Both are also Shakespearen actors if memory serves.

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quote:
Originally posted by smallpotatoes:
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Patrick Stewart did play a gay man in a movie. Which of course, means nothing, but maybe the image of him in that movie stuck with people? Then again, I'm not sure very many people saw it.

He also played Frasier's boyfriend on one episode. Even Frasier didn't know they were dating. [Wink]

Jaci

And a very funny episode, too. Stewart and Kelsey Grammar were both brilliant.

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Frasier (panicky): "Oh yes, there it is!"

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And Patrick Stewart's first on-screen kiss was with a man, in the movie Lifeforce!
(In which a hot naked chick walked around for half the movie (i know that's not relevant to the topic, it's just something i remember from the movie, having seen it first when i was younger and pubescent (that sort of stuff sticks with you (which is why i sometimes find those awful fashions from the '80s kinda hot.))))

Not that that's evidence or anything. I agree that it really isn't anybody's business and that his Frasier episode was very funny.

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Real bloody movie that Lifeforce was. Apparently the book it was based on was something else. It went into more details about the vampires. It was certaintly an interesting take on the vampire mythos.
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quote:
Originally posted by LadyLockeout:
quote:
Originally posted by Ophiuchus:
If he is as old as I think he is, I have less respect for him for going after 25-year olds than I would if he were simply gay.

Why? At least they're not under 18 or something like that.
Or under 16 in the UK. If 25 year olds like him, so what? That's up to the parties involved.

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The gossip I've always heard about him is that he is straight and has a large..uh..phaser. Supposedly he and Whoopi (oh no! not Guinan) were a brief item.
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The gossip I've always heard about him is that he is straight and has a large..uh..phaser. Supposedly he and Whoopi (oh no! not Guinan) were a brief item.
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