25 Bisexual Celebrities: You Won't Believe #7!
25 Celebrities Who Are Out, About and Proud!
Someday, the following list will not be necessary.
Someday, celebrities will not need to make any sort of official announcement regarding their sexuality because, quite simply, no one will care and society will be fully accepting of all orientations.
Christine Marinoni and Cynthia Nixon: Married!
Former Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon is now a married woman.
The actress exchanged vows over the weekend with Christine Marinoni, the woman to whom she got engaged three years ago during a rally to support same-sex marriage in New York. A bill allowing for just that was passed in the summer of 2011.
Cynthia Nixon Amends Statements on Homosexuality, Classifies Self as "Bisexual"
Cynthia Nixon is trying to dig herself out of the hole she created with comments last week to The New York Times.
A few days after stating that, for her, homosexuality is a choice and that she did does care for the term "bisexual," the former Sex and the City star has given a new interview to The Advocate. In it, she clarifies that her initial statements referred solely her story and added:
Cat Cora Calls Out Cynthia Nixon, View on Homosexuality as "Dangerous"
Following Cynthia Nixon's declaration that homosexuality - at least in her case - is a choice, the reaction within the gay community has been strong, swift and mixed.
The harshest rebuke of the Sex and the City star has likely come from celebrity chef Cat Cora, who appeared yesterday on The Talk and said:
Cynthia Nixon Labels Her Homosexuality a "Choice"
Cynthia Nixon finds herself in a bit of trouble within the gay community.
The actress - best known for her role as Miranda on Sex and the City, and in a committed relationship with Christine Marinoni - is profiled this week in The New York Times and tells the newspaper: