Cary Grant’s Daughter: Dad Wasn’t Gay

by Accidental Bear

Gays are so obsessed with WANTING certain male actors to be gay. I don’t give a rats ass whether Tom Cruise is gay (unless he’s treating me to a delightful BJ), nor do I think he is. Does it make a difference in your lonely, shallow life, if someone who you will never meet and doesn’t know that you exist, are gay? I know a part of being gay is to being overly curious (nosey) , but give it a rest. Tome Cruise and John Travolta, I got your back. Unless you have cold hard evidence, drop it. While you’re at it, I still need evidence that this “thing” people call GOD exists. Got proof?
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Cary Grant’s daughter Jennifer writes in a new memoir that her father was not gay, but he didn’t necessarily mind the male attention.
By Advocate.com Editors

Jennifer Grant, the daughter of legendary Hollywood actor Cary Grant, addresses rumors about his sexuality in a new memoir, saying that he was not gay, but he enjoyed the speculation because it made women want him more.

Grant, 45, writes in Good Stuff: A Reminiscence of My Father, which is being published by Alfred A. Knopf on May 3. The actor died in 1986 at age 82. His daughter dedicated the book to her mother, actress Dyan Cannon.

According to People, “As for Cary Grant’s sexuality, ‘Can’t blame men for wanting him, and wouldn’t be surprised if Dad even mildly flirted back,’ his daughter writes. ‘When the question arises, it generally speaks more about the person asking.’”

She continues, “Dad somewhat enjoyed being called gay. He said it made women want to prove the assertion wrong.”

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