Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton's phrasing while denying lesbian rumors to Howard Stern leaves LGBTQ advocate 'disappointed'
Posted on 12/07/2019 5:09:38 AM PST by Libloather
Hillary Clinton dismissed rumors that she had engaged in lesbian affairs during an interview with shock jock Howard Stern on Wednesday, and now a prominent LGBTQ advocate is disappointed in the former secretary of state.
Never even been tempted, thank you very much, Clinton told Stern when asked if she had ever engaged in a lesbian affair.
Reporter Trish Bendix, who has won the 2015 Sarah Pettit Memorial Award for excellence in LGBT media and is a member of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association, didnt appreciate Clintons response to the question.
It's so frustrating when public figures like Hillary feel the need to dispel lesbian rumors in a way that equates lesbianism or queerness with salaciousness, and that's ultimately what I dislike about the way she phrased it, Bendix told NBC News.
Bendix said she was specifically bothered by Clintons use of the word tempted when shooting down Sterns question.
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Hillary said all this while she was coughing up a Huma hairball.
“Eatin’ ain’t cheatin’” - Clinton Motto
Looking for the shot of Hil and Christina Aguilara.
What I don’t get is how anyone with half a brain would agree to be interviewed by Howard Stern.
The lbgt people are always disappointed....
I guess that means hillary doesn’t have half a brain.
They have convinced themselves that their deviant behavior is normal, and they expect everyone else to think the same.
If Hillie’s not out of the closet, she’s an even greater national security risk.
If this wench still has any kind of a security clearance...why?!?
They’re never satisfied, either !
Yep. 1/10 to 1/4 sound about right?
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