After actress Cynthia Nixon told The New York Times in January that, for her, being gay was a choice, she faced a harsh backlash from gay activists, for whom the biological inevitability of homosexuality is a key political tenet. InShow More Summary
Cynthia Nixon would like to clarify: She might be choosing to partner with a woman rather than a man, but she had no choice in the matter when it came to being bisexual in the first place. Cynthia Nixon is currently bald for her starring role in "Wit" in New York City.
Oy, really, Vanity Fair? Again? Virginia wins the prize for the grossest, bestest poison pill ever. Cynthia Nixon, speaking to The Advocate, clarifies her comments about choosing to be gay.
Originally, she said: I understand that for many people it's not, but for me it's a choice, and you don't get to define my gayness for me... A certain section of our community is very concerned that it not be seen as a choice, because if it's a choice, then we could opt out. Show More Summary
All I’ve wanted to do this past week is take Cynthia Nixon out, buy her a cappuccino and a scone, and spend an hour or so commiserating over how awful people can be. —The wise Lindsay Miller, over on Thought Catalog. --- See more posts by Edith Zimmerman 21 comments
Cynthia Nixon stirred the human rights pot recently with controversial comments that suggested being gay is a choice. She later backtracked, saying that for her, at least, it is. She’s back for a third round of clarification. “While I don’t often use the word, the technically precise term for my orientation is bisexual,” she said [...]Show More Summary
If you have any lingering confusion regarding Cynthia Nixon's recent remarks on sexuality and choice, hopefully her latest statement will help clear it up. The 45-year-old actress, who is set to marry partner Christine Marinoni, has clarified to the Advocate that while she chooses to be in a gay relationship, her bisexuality is not a [...]
Post by Maressa Brown Cynthia Nixon's comments last week that she's "gay by choice" caused a hell of a firestorm. It's not all that shocking that the actress was accused of being insensitive when she said in a New York Times interview, "For me, [homosexuality] is a choice. Show More Summary
Finally looks like Cynthia MAY have stopped digging herself into that hole! To recap - last week, Cynthia Nixon revealed that being gay was a "choice" for her, and yeah…we didn't appreciate her choice of words. Then, Cynthia opened up about her controversial comment, and in doing so she opened up a whole new can of worms [...]
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Nixon also spoke out about her own story of being gay and about how she truly does believe she, and other members of her community ?cannot and do not? choose the gender of those they fall in love with. It?s a shame she had to so much...Show More Summary
Cynthia Nixon backtracks: “Bisexual is not a choice” | Source: Rickey.org | The X Factor | The Voice | American Idol Thank goodness she snapped back to her senses. Cynthia Nixon has backtracked from her previous statements that "being...Show More Summary
I was lucky enough to go see Cynthia Nixon perform in “Wit” this past weekend. Nixon’s performance is so really and truly superb that it is not till you’re walking out of the theater that it hits you that this woman, a cancer survivor herself, does this incredibly painful hour and 45 minute death scene night after night after night. Show More Summary
Cynthia Nixon stirred up quite a bit of controversy with her recent statement that being gay is, for her, "a choice," and now she's backtracking a bit. "While I don't often use the word, the technically precise term for my orientation is bisexual," she says in a statement to the...
It seems that Cynthia Nixon has found a way to follow up on last week’s flub with a statement that clarifies sexual orientation is not a choice without discounting choices she has made in her life. She told the Advocate today: My recent comments in The New York Times were about me and my personal [...]
Cynthia Nixon has backtracked on her controversial sexuality remarks, saying that "bisexuality is not a choice." The Sex and the City star drew ire from gay rights activists last week when she was quoted in a New York Times piece asShow More Summary
All I’ve wanted to do this past week is take Cynthia Nixon out, buy her a cappuccino and a scone, and spend an hour or so commiserating over how awful people can be. All I’ve wanted to do this past week is take Cynthia Nixon out, buy her a cappuccino and a scone, and spend [...]
Cynthia Nixon's comments that being gay was a personal choice for her rankled all manner of folk earlier this month. And now she's weathered the shitstorm Nixon has come out to clarify her position – even though she did a pretty good job of it the first time around – and say that, for her, being gay is a choice but her bisexuality is not. Show More Summary
Cynthia Nixon has clarified remarks she made about sexuality being a choice. The 45-year-old actress, who is sporting a shaved head for her role in Wit, recently was quoted in the New York Times as saying that for her, being gay is a choice. “My recent comments in The New York Times were about me [...]