Sean Hayes Opens Up About Coming Out to the Media

Oct 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: EDGE

Actor Sean Hayes, best known for his role as the flamboyant Jack McFarland from the groundbreaking NBC sitcom "Will & Grace," says he owes the LGBT community an apology for coming out too late in an interview with the Los Angeles Times.

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I can't stand him.
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I can't stand him.
Neither can I.

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And all the time he was in the closet, NOBODY would've even guessed he was gay ! NOOOOOOOOO..........

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Fa-Foxy wrote:
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I'm sure the feeling is mutual.
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Fa-Foxy wrote:
I can't stand him.
What a coincidence. I can't stand you either.

Neither can Will.
Or Grace.
Or Karen.
Or 99% of Topix readers.

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That's weird coming from such a secure "butch guy" who has a thing for drag queens!

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I'm glad Mr. Hayes wants to apologize. But I don't think it's that big of a deal. Each person needs to decide on their own when they want to be open about their sexuality, be they gay or straight.

To condemn him for not coming out sooner serves no useful purpose IMO.

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<quoted text>That's weird coming from such a secure "butch guy" who has a thing for drag queens!
It's not that. He was so hypocritical. He would prance around and deny the obvious, when being honest may have inspired some gay kids and given them courage to come out and be honest. Instead he made it look like being gay was something to hide and be ashamed about.

I admire Chris Colfer (who was on "The Queen Latifah Show" the other day) for being completely open and honest.(And Queen Latifah is another closet queen, but that's another story).

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It's not that. He was so hypocritical. He would prance around and deny the obvious, when being honest may have inspired some gay kids and given them courage to come out and be honest. Instead he made it look like being gay was something to hide and be ashamed about.
I admire Chris Colfer (who was on "The Queen Latifah Show" the other day) for being completely open and honest.(And Queen Latifah is another closet queen, but that's another story).
Have a little compassion.. "Will and Grace" came out in the late 90's. I just read a good article in the Sunday Times about him. He said they got death threats all the time when the show was new. He was just starting out in the biz and was petrified. He said he is NO way like Jack in the show. That was the way his character was written. Everyone comes out when he or she is ready.

He played Jerry Lewis in a bio movie, Jerry picked him to play him. He was incredible and a times I thought he WAS Jerry he was so good at the role.

Besides, for one who claims to NEVER watch TV you sure seem to know every show and every actor.

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<quoted text>Have a little compassion.. "Will and Grace" came out in the late 90's. I just read a good article in the Sunday Times about him. He said they got death threats all the time when the show was new. He was just starting out in the biz and was petrified. He said he is NO way like Jack in the show. That was the way his character was written. Everyone comes out when he or she is ready.
He played Jerry Lewis in a bio movie, Jerry picked him to play him. He was incredible and a times I thought he WAS Jerry he was so good at the role.
Besides, for one who claims to NEVER watch TV you sure seem to know every show and every actor.
While I'm certainly a big many fan, and a big fan of imdb, I'm certainly not an expert, and there are many "popular" shows that I've never seen at all. In fact, each year when the lists of the most popular shows are published, mine usually don't even make the top 30.

It's not that he was was closeted, and has nothing to do with the character. It was the fact that THE ACTOR Sean Hayes, would prance around OBVIOUSLY gay, yet deny it or refuse to address it. read his interview in "THE ADVOCATE" from that time. He's a hypocrite.

And are you saying that there were NO openly gay actors on tv before Sean Hayes came out ?!

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Count on the "EDGE" to choose a ramble of cliche over substantive reporting.

A "flamboyant" gay character is anything but "groundbreaking".

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Count on the "EDGE" to choose a ramble of cliche over substantive reporting.
A "flamboyant" gay character is anything but "groundbreaking".
Apparently he was "groundbreaking", because he embraced "don't ask, don't tell".

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All I know is back in '97, I was kissing some cute, blue eyed guy, at the bar beside Hamburger Mary's in San Diego, and a week later saw the posters to "Billy's Hollywood Kiss", and and realized it was the main character in the movie. Oh, the innocent days, before Will/Grace.
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All I know is back in '97, I was kissing some cute, blue eyed guy, at the bar beside Hamburger Mary's in San Diego, and a week later saw the posters to "Billy's Hollywood Kiss", and and realized it was the main character in the movie. Oh, the innocent days, before Will/Grace.
That's disgusting. You are one sick nasty ass fagg@t.
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All I know is back in '97, I was kissing some cute, blue eyed guy, at the bar beside Hamburger Mary's in San Diego, and a week later saw the posters to "Billy's Hollywood Kiss", and and realized it was the main character in the movie. Oh, the innocent days, before Will/Grace.
Did he fist you later?

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It's not that. He was so hypocritical. He would prance around and deny the obvious, when being honest may have inspired some gay kids and given them courage to come out and be honest. Instead he made it look like being gay was something to hide and be ashamed about.
I admire Chris Colfer (who was on "The Queen Latifah Show" the other day) for being completely open and honest.(And Queen Latifah is another closet queen, but that's another story).
I don't recall him ever DENYING it. Care to site your sources?

But then you expect the whole world to dance to your standards.

So in these cases you see no right to privacy for these people? Some libertarian you are!

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Apparently he was "groundbreaking", because he embraced "don't ask, don't tell".
And apparently libertarians of your nature don't believe a person has a right to privacy.

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<quoted text>I don't recall him ever DENYING it. Care to site your sources?
But then you expect the whole world to dance to your standards.
So in these cases you see no right to privacy for these people? Some libertarian you are!
What are you thinking! There's no "right to privacy" in the Constitution!

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What are you thinking! There's no "right to privacy" in the Constitution!
There's no "right to vote" either !

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There's no "right to vote" either !
That one is very debatable, but privacy isn't mentioned anywhere.

Don't you feel so secure?

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