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And unfortunately, too often, comic relief.
"Comic relief" are the ones I dislike the most!! Don't like the way they are depicted ... make the character appear ridiculous & clueless so I don't/won't watch these shows!! It's an insult to my intelligence!! OK!! Off my soap box!!tess4ADAM(LAMBERT Outlaw)
Agreed, Dee R Gee and Lambert Outlaw. But, fortunately, less and less. I believe that Adam pointed out a couple of comedy shows that he enjoyed with his parents, that made him feel they'd be comfortable with his "coming out". I forget (senior moment)the names of the shows -- but he discussed them in an interview about HIS coming out.But there's such a long way to go, and we are in a great position to be supportive in whatever way we can.I suspect I'm not alone in saying that, before I became an Adam fan, I was neutral on the subject of LBGT problems. I had progressed enough to realize that people were BORN like that--and should have the same rights as everyone else. However, they only became REAL to me when I discovered Adam.. and his openness. My admiration for him made me want to know and understand more about his life.. his community. It has had a profound effect on me, and, I'm sure, many others around the world.O.K! Off my soap box, too! Unfortunately, I'm a lot more long-winded than Lambert Outlaw and Dee R Gee! LOL
Nanbert, I'm guessing that a lot of Adam fans are like you (and me). We have always been open-minded people, but Adam has opened our minds many-fold. I feel so lucky to have him in my life, making me so much more aware of the world.
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