Just some celebrities effortlessly shutting down homophobia in interviews

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For the most part, celebrity interviews are the epitome of fluff and prescreened questions. But too often when the conversation turns to sexuality and gender identity, an interviewer will come up with questions that are invasive or downright queerphobic.

As cringe as these segments can be, they also provide rare moments of queer affirmation on mainstream TV. With that said, here are some famous clips of a celebrity turning an uncomfortable question into an opportunity for learning.In an old interview, Paul McCartney alluded to the shocking idea that there is more than one gender a person can be attracted to.

The clueless interviewer asked, “Could you give me the alternative to girls?”“Yes, boys,” McCartney replied. Obviously.I cant stop thinking about this homophobic interviewer … like.

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