New York Times Writer Shocked That Judy Garland No Longer A Popular Gay Icon

Apr 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Queerty

For the younger generation of gays, saying you're a "friend of Dorothy" is a clever way to express your homosexuality while not being to obvious to the straights.

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Chris

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Apr 14, 2012
 
I suppose they have to settle for the mediorcity of talent pools and say, "I'm a friend of GAGA" Honestly!
Young gays need to learn thier history. The Rainbow flag is never going to change nether is Judy always being remebered for playing Dorothy, and singing "Over the Rainbow". If young gays don't know what I'm talking about then they better wise up for the likness of that great talent will never be seen again.
falkmiksa

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