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Dolly Parton: 'We Need to Accept People for Who They Are'

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Dolly Parton talks to Larry King about why gay people like her, and how there isn't enough love and acceptance in the world.

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  1. @PROFFESORVP,

    you are really quite ridiculous. if i were to post to an english website on the topic of honor, should i expect to be told, "in britain, we spell it honour?" i suspect that our friends across the pond would have more class than you. you are a presumptuous, priggish american 'poof' who prefers to quibble about the idiosyncratic nature of the idiomatic differences between the common language of the yanks and the brits. does that give you a sense of superiority? belive me, it is false.

    moreover, you make completely unfounded assumptions about the sexuality of an american icon who has been a supporter of the gay community for many years. unless you can prove a negative, which is to say, prove that she is not a heterosexual, you should stfu. heteros make invalid, unsupported assumptions about gay people all the time. why would you want to be part of the obverse side of the same coin?

    Posted by: nic | Nov 28, 2010 1:40:35 AM


  2. @PROFESSORVP: I didn't know Ms. Parton's sexuality was an intellectual, scientific quest for truth. I regret I have no "empirical evidence" to back up my statements (other than my own, personal experience) regarding her "sincereness" (sincerity, thank you). Shall I expect a lecture by your arrogant, pompous self at a university near me some time soon? I can hardly wait. I'm sure it will be a most stellar event, garnering much press attention and perhaps a few Internet videos. As for humour, obviously you have none. As for an over-inflated sense of self, you surely have enough for all of us.

    Posted by: mikej | Nov 28, 2010 5:11:41 PM


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