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Alec Baldwin loses battle with 'fundamentalist wing of gay advocacy'

To be fair, Alec Baldwin didn’t claim that “extreme gays” killed his MSNBC show — that’s just the term TMZ decided to use in its headline. What Baldwin did tell Gothamist is that “the fundamentalist wing of gay advocacy — Rich Ferraro and Andrew Sullivan” — is what got him booted from his show.


We know that Baldwin is the LGBT community’s greatest friend, or at least that’s what he keeps telling us. It’s just his rants against “cocksucking fags” (or fatheads) and “toxic little queens” that give people the wrong idea — and land him in hot water with the “fundamentalist wing of gay advocacy.”

Never mind that, though. We’re still wondering about these so-called “extreme gays.”


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