Kelly McGills is a proud lesbian

Kelly McGills, Charlotte Blackwood in Top Gun and most recently Colonel Gillian Davis in The L Word, finally came out of the closet and announced that is is indeed a lesbian. She’s also had enough of the penis.

In no uncertain terms McGillis responded that what she is looking for is “definitely a woman.” McGillis, a long-rumored lesbian who starred on The L Word as a closeted Army Colonel trying a Don’t Ask Don’t Tell case added that she is “done with the man thing.” She said she is “done with that, and needs to move on in life, and that’s another part of being true to yourself.” It has been a challenge personally for her, she added.

Asked for comment, Tom Cruise in a strained whisper asked Kelly, “Heeey, what happened to our secret pact?!”

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13 years ago

well she was a rape victim at one time that’s why she turned down the title role in the movie “Accused” and took on the supporting role in the same movie.

maybe that experience has partly something to do with her choosing to be a Lesbian

13 years ago

” . . . her choosing to be a Lesbian(sic)”.

Here we are, nearly through the first decade of the 21st century, and still we find such extraordinary ignorance!

A person can no more choose their sexual orientation than choose who will fall in love with them. If you have two or three functioning neurons, think about it for a minute: You should be able to figure it out.

13 years ago

Look, I couldn’t give a s**t if she’s gay or not, show yer tits! Seriously yah damn slut…SHOW SOME FUCKING TITS! All these women are fame hungry attention seekers with daddy issues anyway, so what the hell does it matter if she faithlessly half dates a man or picks up some woman at a Sylvia Plath book signing? Besides, did you read that? “I’m done with the man thing.” Like it’s one of the options on her Value Meal at Mickey D’s. Yeah that’s the sound of a life altering decision. Watch this chick pull an Anne Heche just to… Read more »

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