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Actress Michelle Rodriguez comes out as bisexual: ‘I’m too curious not to be’

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  1. What’s to say, you asked! Awesome.

  2. Isn’t this the same person, who once said ‘Sorry, but I only like sausage”?

    1. yes it is. The same actress who fought tooth and nail to deny any lesbian rumours. sorry you got downvoted. and sorry I can only offer you 1 back up.

  3. Beelzeebub 1 Oct 2013, 9:46pm

    So what is it.

    Fish or Musk?

  4. Too late, “Mitchie Loves Sausage”.

  5. Sinead Harkin 2 Oct 2013, 7:49am

    What’s your phone number?

  6. She has in the past lied She has claimed to be straight.

    I wonder if she be lying again about being bi.

    She’s a big ole lesbanian.

  7. Colin (London) 2 Oct 2013, 8:31am

    Love her attitude and confidence. Cool woman.

    We really place far too much on the is someone gay or straight. Lets concentrate on not judging others or being judged by others.

    Much happiness girl.

  8. I read this story a year and a half ago after she did her prison time for taxes.. Old story – not news..

  9. Why do we get so hung up on this?

    It’s up to her what she defines herself as, and no one here has the right to claim that she’s anything other than what she states.

    Sexuality can change, whether that’s through experience or through personality changes, it’s a fact of life.

    People discover new things about themselves all the time through experience, so why do we all just assume that sexuality is discovered in your teens and remains static for the rest of your life?

    This is obviously not hot things happen, we all develop differently in various ways. You might have known at the age of 15 that you’re gay, others don’t realize it until they’re 18, some discover they’re bi in their 20’s, others come to these things much later in life.

    I find it interesting that so many LGBT scream about others telling them what they should be and how sexuality works, and then do the same thing to others.

  10. It is excellent she has come out. This needs to happen far more often as too many people in the world think bisexuality doesn’t exist, or that bisexuals are ‘indecisive’, ‘greedy’, ‘confused’ and worse of all ‘perverted’.

    There needs to be more people in Britain and elsewhere to acknowledge the fact that bisexuality IS a genuine and distinct sexuality all of its own.

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