Sexually speaking there is nothing a woman can do for a woman that a man can't. Nothing. But putting aside one of the faux-facade's used by morally-bankrupt, alternative lifestyle-choosing homosexuals to excuse their amoral behavior, God made our bodies the way he did for many reasons including procreation. And the body is as much a temple of God as is the mind and spirit. That said, in a world that grows more and more perverse by the minute, the mere presence, acceptance and popularity of the world's most pwerful gay advocate, Ellen Degeneres, continues to do wonders on women who already live life without a moral compass:
“The Bold and the Beautiful” actress Joanna Johnson has come out of the closet.RELATED: Ellen DeGeneres, Neil Patrick Harris, more applaud Obama's gay marriage stance
The 50-year-old Johnson, who was first introduced to viewers as Caroline Spencer on the CBS soap in 1987 before going on to play Caroline’s twin sister Karen, told TV Guide that she is married to a female club promoter and has two adopted children.
Johnson said she was reluctant to reveal her sexuality in the past. “I was so worried I wouldn’t be employable as an actress if people knew I was a lesbian,” she said, “or that I wouldn’t be believable in romance stories. I had to deal with a lot of self-loathing.”
Johnson said she realized she was gay in her early twenties, but she didn’t have celebrity role models like Ellen DeGeneres to look up to. She said, “I guess it’s my turn to do my little part. It’s time to live a fully authentic life.”
Johnson’s “Bold and the Beautiful” character is currently involved in a lesbian relationship. She took a break from the show to work on the ABC sitcom “Hope & Faith” and returned to the soap in 2009.