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Matt Dallas Comes Out As A Gay Man

How times have changed. In the past you needed a press conference or press release to communicate breaking news. Nowadays, social network Twitter has converted every man personal account into an open press conference where you can inform the world about you.

Matt Dallas Tweet

Actor Matt Dallas began the new year with a revealing tweet where comes out as a gay man and presents his fiancé, musician Blue Hamilton. It’s funny, just days ago, I read on Perez Hilton blog about Matt Dallas having a relationship with Mean Girls Actors Jonathan Bennett, and I was shocked because of the well hidden gay rumors. Is that kind of news you never expected to read and when you do a little research you see everything fits.

Even though Matt Dallas doesn’t have a three pages filmography, he is well known for his leading role in Kyle XY. A series about a guy found naked and without belly bottom in the middle of a forest. He is taking care by a Seattle family, which are the first to realize that Kyle isn’t like the rest of the kids. Apparently he was born without behaviors such as joy, love or anger. Like he was a clone. The series took place in Seattle but was filmed on Vancouver due to the small taxes.

Years ago, Matt Dallas and Jonathan Bennett in a Halloween Party.

Dallas joins the list of the “I couldn’t notice he was gay” celebrities along side: Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, Jonathan Groff, Anderson Cooper, Ian McKellen, David Hyde Pierce, Paul Iacono, Jim Parsons, Luke Evans, Frank Ocean and Ezra Miller.

With 30 years old, Matt Dallas has decided to settle down with boyfriend and independent musician Blue Hamilton. With coming out and engagement news, many times movie roles came along too. All of the men previously mentioned have a successful and promising carrer. Zachary Quinto belongs to the cast of American Horror Story: Asylum and will starred in Star Trek sequel. Anderson Cooper can’t get more job offers between CNN and his talk show. Jim Parsons has become an icon between geeks, freaks, wannabes and unlabeled people.We are hoping to read more about what new job offers will be put on Dallas’ table after the big step he has taken. Meanwhile, Matt Dallas has announced his engagement, former alleged boyfriend Jonathan Bennett is having a hard time on social media, because of all the couple rumors with Dallas. The actor tweeted 10 hours ago “I think I like who I am becoming.”

 

Dolly Parton: “I’m not Gay”

On October 1973, the country pop single “Jolene” was released. A song dedicated to a young blonde girl who is trying to take the singer’s husband. The song was written and sung by country superstar Dolly Parton and it became one of her most requested songs.

Dolly Parton and Best Friend Judy Ogle.

Nowadays, Jolene’s author had to deny the lesbian rumors and a romantic relationship with her best friend, Judy Ogle.

During an interview with American Tv show “Nightline” Parton expressed “I’m not gay”. The singer stated that she has been Judy Ogle friend since they were little kids. They have been best friends since she remember and her love for her is the result of an ever lasting friendship.

Gay rumors among long-term friends is not unusual inside a society hungry for knowing who’s gay and who’s not. The same happened to TV host Oprah Winfrey and best friend Gayle King. Actually, many news journal still suspect about the relationship.

Dolly Parton has been married with Carl Thomas Dean since 1966.

On May 30, 2012, the couple celebrated their 46th anniversary.

LGBT Americans for Obama

“Every single american deserves to be treated in the eyes of the law and in the eyes of our society” Barack Obama. Forget the “Don’t ask Don’t tell”  Obama is preaching “We are one”.  Even though military reforms can be seen as a political and financial decision, Barack Obama has become the first president with the beliefs and the communication platform to promote the message that “Equality is for all”. Now is the time for many known names from American TV, Music, Sports to pay their respects to President Obama. Names like: Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Billy Jean King, George Takei, Chaz Bono, Wanda Sykes and Zachary Quinto. They are saying “Thank You” for marriage equality,  for “Don’t ask Don’t tell” repeal, benefits for same sex partners, it gets better campaing.