Zoe Saldana Clariifies About Her Sexuality

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Sly Merritt has a BA in psychology/sociology. MA in clinical psychology. He's a flip flop wearing hippy with a peaceloving mindset. Even pacifists like him know when it's time to do all we can for LGBTQ equality. Sly's views are all opinions not advice.

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  1. Duncan says:

    First of all who cares what she does behind closed doors? We make such a big deal about who or whom people are sleeping with. Would it surprise females that many males “FAKE” Orgasm with them? Would it surprise females that many men do not call them back because the woman was not that exciting in bed? The bottom line is, if the person is a good actor, then enjoy their skills and talents. I think it is time for HETEROSEXUALS to start coming out of the closet. We should all be proud and comfortable within ourselves with our sexuality. When we have to shout what we like to the roof tops, is that acceptance, or a need to feel secure within ourselves? So many celebs are coming out that at some point it actually gets boring zzzzzzzzzz, snore. As long as your sexual choices do not impact me, my family or my finances, I am toooo busy living and enjoying my life to get caught up in what others do in between the sheets. What is next, are we going to have celebs etc start coming out that they really love Dunkin Doughnuts as opposed to Krispy Kreme? . Will that be the next big thing? In short, and to end my rant, a person’s sexuality should not be an indicator of them being a decent human being. To clarify, sexuality that is between two or more CONSENTING ADULTS. So let’s put the homophobia, lesbian phobias and Heterosexual phobias away. At this point coming out of the closet is as much a snooze fest as a man constantly telling about his heterosexual conquests. After a point it gets to be redundant and irritating. Those are my thoughts on the whole “who is who, who sleeps with who, and why the hell do I need to know what you do in your bedroom nonsense. If a person is happy with their preferences they do not need to SHOVE them down others’ throats (no pun intended). I think we have enough to worry about, like GUN CONTROL. We need people to “COME OUT” about that, so that just maybe a few more lives will not be ended because of a bullet. Lives that would include, gays, lesbians and heterosexuals. Just my thoughts. Peace.

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