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Did John Lennon have gay leanings?
7 June 2014
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Did John Lennon have gay leanings? Were they more than leanings? Was the angle more of an incline?

John Lennon grew up on MenLove Avenue in a house called MenDips.

The JIGers will certainly be able to find a few clues every bit as convincing as the PIDers ever did :)

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meanmistermustard said

Junior was a terrible film.

Pretty sure Annadog's being witty! They're both about pregnancy, but aside from that and a similar title, the films have nothing in common. "Juno"'s actually pretty funny and worth seeing. (I didn't see "Junior" but have no doubt it's indeed terrible.)

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 Oh. 

Going by the storyline at imdb its not something i will be watching before i die. Any film which has the lead character described as "quirky" should be avoided in my book. However it cant be any worse than a comedy in which Arnold Schwarzenegger gets pregnant.

"Well, probably we'll sell less records, less people'll go to see the film, we'll write less songs, and we'll all die of failure" (John Lennon 8/64)
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vonbontee said

meanmistermustard said

Junior was a terrible film.

Pretty sure Annadog's being witty! They're both about pregnancy, but aside from that and a similar title, the films have nothing in common. "Juno"'s actually pretty funny and worth seeing. (I didn't see "Junior" but have no doubt it's indeed terrible.)

And I think the director of jono's dad made junior.

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 Oh. 

Going by the storyline at imdb its not something i will be watching before i die. Any film which has the lead character described as "quirky" should be avoided in my book. However it cant be any worse than a comedy in which Arnold Schwarzenegger gets pregnant.

What if they made a sequel where he became pregnant again? "And this time…*record scratch*-it's TWINS!"

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8They should so do that and create a time loop where the twins are Danny DeVito and Arnie who get separated at birth.

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Ooh, and Arnie plays a cyborg who's gotta travel back in time to kill his mother and prevent his own birth! And DeVito's doing the same only he's trying to prevent his brother from doing it…I like it.

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Danny could then be the Terminator in Terminator 2 who shape shifts. Film a few new scenes for 2016, slip them in as deleted scenes and you have a 25th anniversary release. Could tie up all the films done by both actors in this. Would certainly make Jack The Bear more interesting – the only film where i have ever thrown popcorn at other patrons in the cinema due to extreme boredom.

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I guess this belongs in this thread as well as anywhere…I read a 1986 interview with Gerry Marsden and he says the stories that John had a special, intense relationship with Stu Sutcliffe are not true. He also said that John was not an aggressive or sarcastic person and was always the last person in a fight.

Also read an 80's interview with Pete Best, who corroborated the story that Stu was jumped outside a gig and he and John stepped in to help out. I think maybe the story that John kicked Stu in the head was made up.

"This Beatles talk bores me to death." --John Lennon

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I wish I had got here sooner. I am ready to answer this threads burning question once and for all!

Did John Lennon have gay leanings?

 

Short answer:

No

Long Answer

Hell no

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