George Michael interview...
The George Michael interview in today's Daily Mirror is refreshingly frank.
"Let's just cut to the chase, shall we? I've lived with Kenny (Goss) for six years, we have a great relationship and love each other very dearly. But like a lot of gay couples in long-term relationships we are not monogamous. Either of us. And we're both perfectly comfortable with that fact, thank you. This is not an uncommon state of affairs in long-term gay relationships. It's not open at all in any emotional sense, just purely physical. And that's the way we choose to live and if people don't like it then, for want of a better phrase, they can stick it up their...""
"When I was caught out in that toilet with my policeman friend, I had to admit that I wasn't remotely ashamed. I really wasn't - and I couldn't fake it. I am a gay man leading a very normal gay life and all that entails. The only person I have to explain myself to is my partner. And we both feel very similar about these kind of things in terms of relationships. Provided you practise safe sex there has probably never been a better or freer time to be a gay man. So there's nothing the media can throw at us that will make any difference. All I'd say is that if they do drag up a one-night stand then I hope it's a decent one."
You can read it in full here.