However, the interviewers also reminded the audience that in older times, relationships like Liberace-Thorson were kept quiet or given other names to keep them more socially "acceptable" and less distracting. Liberace had plenty of business reasons to stay in the closet and not "tell", and let heterosexual women bask in fantasy. It seems amazing now how easily the public was "deceived" -- because it wanted to be. Even my own parents enjoyed Liberace, and I had an old 10-inch 33 rpm record of his playing. (Couldn't put my hands on it tonight, but it's probably around or packed up in a old moving box.) They didn't think very much about who he really was, and didn't know how to think about it.
It pays to stay home from the bars sometimes. You see more on television. At least, on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel live tonight (June 14, 2013), some basketball player's chest hair wasn't safe, as he got waxed on camera (like in "The 40 Year Old Virgin") into a man-o-lantern, with the chakra area denuded permanently, perhaps. This is worse than what happened to Ashton Kutcher for "The Killers" ("AplusK" took down his own video on the event).
When you go to the discos, wear simple buttoned sports shirts, without undergarments, please. Oh, when officers wear khakis, undershirts are unmilitary anyway.
Is this Jimmy Kimmel's idea of what it means to "do me" (or "do you")?