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Cynthia Nixon Gay Choice

Cynthia Nixon's 'Choice' Doesn't Affect LGBT Rights, And Here's Why

Christopher Stoll | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Christopher Stoll

The key factor driving the courts' decisions about whether to strike down discriminatory laws has not been immutability but something more basic: whether a law discriminates on the basis of a trait that has no bearing on a person's ability to contribute to society.

What Cynthia Nixon Is Teaching Us About Sexuality

Joe Kort, Ph.D. | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Joe Kort, Ph.D.

When actress Cynthia Nixon declared that for her, being gay is a choice, she received much negative backlash from the gay and lesbian community. But I appreciate her giving us an opportunity to discuss a very complex concept of sexuality.

Cynthia Nixon Clarifies Her 'Gay Choice' Comments To The Advocate

Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices

Cynthia Nixon declared last week in a controversial New York Times interview that for her, being gay "is a choice," but the "Sex and the City" star is...

Gay Bishop To Officiate Cynthia Nixon's Wedding

Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices

Cynthia Nixon's comments about her love life might have ignited a media firestorm this week, but now, more upbeat news about the "Sex and the City" st...

Cynthia Nixon's Only Real Choice? Honesty

Cathy Renna | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Cathy Renna

We should be thanking Cynthia Nixon for giving us an opportunity to talk about sexual orientation for what is really is, a complex human trait that is not fully understood, and not a simple gay/straight binary but a spectrum of behavior and identities.

Is It a Choice To Be Gay? It Depends On The Meaning Of 'It'

Nathaniel Frank | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Nathaniel Frank

The best analogy for the question of choice and sexuality is not race or gender but religion. Among defenders of Cynthia Nixon's "choice" remarks are those who say that, just as Americans choose their religion, why can't we choose our sexual orientation?

In Defense Of Cynthia Nixon: Why 'Born This Way' Doesn't Matter

Tracy Baim | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Tracy Baim

If the right wing does use Cynthia Nixon's words as a way to attack our community, I don't think it will be any more vile than what they already do. They try to "cure" us and deny our civil rights no matter what the basis of our true selves.