Queen Latifah

AP Photo/ Matt Sayles

Still slightly irritated about Queen Latifah pooh-poohing about her privacy. If you’re not swinging in the lady-lovin’ direction, Q, what’s your hang-up? If you were running around town with some male amigos on your arm, we’d still inquire if something was up, romantically speaking. However, you can’t ask to be gabbed about, written up and adored, and—clang!—have the public-interest door to what’s up with you, love-wise, shut like some sort of rusty chastity belt the sec you scream hands-off.

What say you, A.T. readers? Should reluctant celebs (and those who refuse to announce their sexuality either way) receive fair and equal questioning from the press about their love life as do breeders, or should we just leave 'em the ef alone?

Queer and Quiet, or Loud and Proud?
Should gay people's request for privacy be respected more than straight people's?
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