As shocking as Cynthia Nixon's bald-headed debut was on Tuesday morning's "Live with Kelly," her remarks about her homosexuality in a recent New York Times magazine article proved to be far more inflammatory.It's no secret that morally bankrupt social liberals and their gay activist pals need to state that homosexuality is not a choice (despite there being no credible proof to this great lie), as saying that you were "born this way" provides teh gheys with the tools they need to create and gain "civil rights". And while many other folks (including celebrities) have made the same factual claim to choosing gayness, it has to hurt the gay crowd tremendously to hear someone like Nixon (who has been heavily involved in the gay community since she "came out" some years ago) admit that it was her choice to be in a sexual relationship with a woman. But Nixon's right. Sexual behavior is an act, nothing more, nothing less. And while most homosexuals only identify themselves by who they sleep with, clearly Nixon (who besides being a lesbo is also a mother, an actress and has been in several relationships with men) doesn't buy the ludicrous idea that it took till her 40's to "discover" that she's gay. And while Nixon's choice to be gay is still despicable and sinful, good for her for speaking the truth to the bullies to in immoral masses that call themselves "gay activists".
The former "Sex and the City" actress appeared on the morning talk show sans her trademark ginger locks, a look she's adopted for her upcoming role in Broadway play "Wit" about an ovarian cancer patient.
But it was her decision to refer to her homosexuality as a "choice" that really has shocked fans and an angry LGBT community talking.
"For me, it is a choice," Nixon told the Times of her sexual orientation. "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.
"I say it doesn't matter if we flew here or we swam here. It matters that we are here and we are one group and let us stop trying to make a litmus test for who is considered gay and who is not."
Nixon, 45, is currently engaged to longtime partner Christine Marinoni, but was previously linked to her old college sweetheart, Daniel Mozes, before the pair split in 2003.