Is there something in the coffee in Milan? Just a month after Dolce & Gabbana sparked a celebrity boycott for declaring that gay families shouldn’t be able to have children, Giorgio Armani has joined that particular conversation by saying he prefers that gay men not dress so “gay.”
“A homosexual man is a man 100 percent. He does not need to dress homosexual,” Armani said in an interview with the U.K.’s Sunday Times, according to The Telegraph. “When homosexuality is exhibited to the extreme — to say, ‘Ah, you know I’m homosexual,’ — that has nothing to do with me. A man has to...
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