‘The real world is that with the truth comes judgment.’ – Michelle Rodriguez

michelle_rodriguez_on_cara_delevingne_fling_shes_awesomeCara Delevingne recently opened up about her sexuality to Vogue, and (rumored) former flame Michelle Rodriguez couldn’t be happier.

During the press launch for the Fast & Furious-Supercharged ride at Universal Studios, E! News asked the 36-year-old what she thought about the British model’s admission that she’s in love with singer Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent). Her response was awesome.

“Oh, that’s so sexy, you go girl! Work it out! I think that’s hot!” she told E! host Maria Menounos. The “Furious 7” star, who came out as bisexual back in 2013, also noted that it’s not easy to be open and honest about sexual orientation in a judgmental society. Continue reading

Some Celebrities Who Are Out And Proud

Check out the many celebs who are gay and don’t give a fuck who knows about it.

Ellen Page1 EllenPageJuno star Ellen Page gave quite a moving speech when she took the stage at the Human Rights Campaign’s inaugural gathering in Las Vegas last February. “I’m here today because I am gay,” she told the audience. “And because maybe I can make a difference, to help others have an easier and more hopeful time. Regardless, for me, I feel a personal obligation and a social responsibility. I am tired of hiding and I am tired of lying by omission.”

Frank Ocean2 FrankAfter a reporter questioned Grammy-winning rapper Frank Ocean about some of his song lyrics in July 2012, Ocean posted his thoughts on the subject on his website. He detailed the love he had for another man when he was 19: “I won’t forget you. I won’t forget the summer,” he wrote. “I’ll remember who I was when I met you.” Critics and fans applauded the announcement, but the rap community — not so much. Fellow rapper T-Pain shared in an interview seven months later that certain artists refuse to work with Ocean because they’re homophobic. Continue reading