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New Tell-All Dishes on Gay Hollywood


A new book reveals that Tinseltown's Golden Age was filled with homosexual trysts.

Gay rumors are par for the course in the world of Hollywood celebritydom, and this is by no means a new phenomenon. For as long as there have been celebrities, there has been a pointed interest in whom they choose to sleep with, and the prurient particulars that transpire between their sheets (which I can only assume are Egyptian cotton and of the highest thread-count imaginable). And while Lindsay Lohan and Courtney Love has ushered in an era of aggressively overt public sloppiness, there was a time when discretion was key, and Hollywood gatekeepers made sure that stars' secrets remained just that.
Now, a new book is hitting stores that seeks to expose the clandestine sexual escapades of cinema's most legendary names. This weekend, the New York Timesprofiled Scotty Bowers, who is releasing his book FullService: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars which details his time as a sexual powerbroker in the '50s, '60s, and '70s. According to Bowers, he helped connect the most elite players of the film world during these decades, which included arranging companionship--often of the same-sex variety--from a gas station in Los Angeles. While it sounds like Bowers is airing out dirty laundry on a bevy of VIPs, my favorite tidbit is that he helped connect the formidable Katherine Hepburn with "over 150 women." Damn, girl. I've always been a big fan of Kate the Great ("The loons!"), but I have a newfound respect for her. Who knew she was such a player!? Not I. The book is set for release on February 14th, for those who'd rather skip schmaltzy Valentines Day celebrations in lieu of more titillating forms of romance.

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