EPIC: Actor Tom Hardy Shuts Down Gay Reporter Asking Him If He's Gay...
Despite what Hollywood and the liberal media says about its openness regarding sexuality, what it really wants is to know everyone's business so that they can slap a label on you. If you don't come out as lesbian or gay, you're not a hero. If you aren't explicitly heterosexual, then you must be a closeted gay or lesbian, and that's not acceptable in tolerant, liberal Hollywood. Got it? You shouldn't.
Tom Hardy isn't taking the bait. He shut down a reporter, and he shut him down hard. Watch:
"What on earth are you going on about?!"
Ever wonder what a lobster feels like when you drop it in hot water? That. That's how it feels. Smother this reporter in butter, he's done. No wait, he'd like it. Put him in the corner and shame him. No wait...
Here's the deal: actors act in roles, and plenty of them want the focus not on their personal lives, but on their craft. Movies. The more time people spend talking about the personal lives of actors and actresses, the harder it is for movie-goers to suspend their disbelief and enjoy the film. It's also known as "overexposure." Plenty of actors have chosen to keep their personal lives personal. Respect.
Here's another thing: actors are people too, and they like a little privacy. Maybe, just maybe, some of them don't want to be pinned into a corner and labeled, despite how earnestly the leftists try to do so. So if you don't want to be skewered by an actor who's not going to put up with your sissy questions, then it's best to keep your lobster claws closed.
Also, Tom Hardy is dreamy. And I'm not even gay. Not that you needed to know.