One year ago, Heughan and his close male friend -Luke Neal- spent over a month travelling together around the world.
El Gamal calls the casting “subversive” especially given the material at hand. Think about how crazy people are about CB (even despite the Claire portrayal) and Sam. They are not only blind but also horrified to see him as a gay man.
Queer actors are typically pigeonholed into playing roles that align with their gender and sexuality, but here, openly gay men play everything from heterosexual love interests to escape artists and ISIL villains. [quote]“It’s exciting to see that [Wentworth] coming out has not had any effect on how much people love the show,” El Gamal told Huff Post. It's so sad.[quote]They are not only blind but also horrified to see him as a gay man. You can hide your true self and try to please everyone, which ends up pissing off the people you care about or you can self-advocate and be the change you want to see in the world, which ends up pissing off the people you don't care about.[quote]The beard got a little out of control with liking a really ugly IG story on her BFF Paydin IG account.
When it came to La La Land he spoke with a coach who specialized in helping "gay" actors not act "gay".
Its sad he said because in this profession there are more gay actors than straight if only people knew.r25. This makes the difference from all this sometimes really homophone stuff posted from the disappointed female fanbase, which is not even able to see nor accept Sam's obvious gayness.
I'm just happy that the social media bearding w MM seems to have tapered off quite a bit.
Maybe his team is reading DL and other comments sections and realizing she's bad for his career.
I think his sexuality matters to the people here a great deal.
They haven't had the privilege of being able to not give a fuck,like we have.
If you don't care,you can continue to enjoy his acting etc',but let's try not to diminish the fact that it's something that effects some of the people here on a greater level. Yes, being gay has its issues for sure and R20, is right in saying we are defined by our sexuality.
It is sad really, we live in a society that defines all of us by whom we sleep with and I don't mean straight friends male or female.
Sam and Luke travelling together: The emoji was a man shrugging symbol,because he was asked "will you ever get a break?