If a heterosexual said that they believe they’re superior beings compared to homosexuals, we’d have to bake them cakes, perform their wedding and apologize on ESPN.
Next month, Lisa Kudrow returns to HBO with the loooooooong-awaited second season of The Comeback. In the series, Kudrow reprises the role of Valerie Cherish, a humiliation-prone, former sitcom star struggling to rediscover Hollywood relevance. In celebration of the second season—which arrives nine years after the first—the actress recently chatted with the LGBT Web site PrideSource, theorizing that when The Comeback premiered in 2005, gay men “were the only ones who were like, ‘Yes. I understand. I get [the show].’”
“I don’t know who I’m going to offend by leaving them out,” she began, “but I need to say that I think gay men are superior beings in my mind. I do believe that.”
When pressed for explanation, the actress even offered up semi-scientific data.
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