Gregoryvincke wrote: Being a new and recent queen fan and having bought all the available queen albums at my nearest music shop (greatest hits 1 & 2 & 3, queen rocks, classic queen, the greatest hits collection, stone cold classics, queen jewels, queen singles volume 1 & 2& 3, absolute greatest and HOT SPACE ), having listened to all those brilliant albums a large amount of times ( especially HOT SPACE, which i purchased november 24th ), having watched several HOT SPACE music videos on Youtube ( thank you queenzoners for posting a regularly updated youtube section on your forum! ) , I noticed how much Queen is fitting my personality and lifestyle, but rarely has been honest with its true identity : a profound homo orientation.
You have John deacon, the discrete and quiet band member, but his attitude ( the way his holding his long queued bass, his look and deep eyes, his shaking but moving regularly up and down ) suggests in my opinion a heavy homosexual orientation. He wrote "I want to break free".
Brian may has exquisit dark and long curled hair. I love that he never cut it and this way never denied his tendencies, but dislikes that he did not admit the true and only reason why he eventually had to break up with his ex wife Chrissie Mullen.
He is friend with Edward Van Halen.
When i have a look at our beloved drummer, i seldom see a man.
I've read somewhere that queen had made two or three albums before the eighties. Although having never encountered these albums in any music store ( they are probably too crappy and opposed to queen's true music style : disco and pop ), I managed, via my mother that regularly downloads girlish music on pirate bay, to listen to an extremely mediocre album of Queen called "A Night at the Opera".
Have you all noticed, dear queenies, how girlish Roger Taylor looks on its album sleeve? I'm convinced what Roger Taylor is and has always been, but according to my theory he had to look as manly as possible for commercial reasons. Shame :(
The only band member that did not openly come out, or never hinted any sexual orientation, is Freddie Mercury. I'm glad he retired and is not making music anymore. I think that Paul Rodgers has, in four years time, done a better job than Freddie Mercury in his short career.
Although i came to the conclusion that Queen is not an honest band, I want them to remain my favorite band after "Wham!" and "The Pet Shop Boys". How can I, dear queenies, close my eyes and deny the cruel truth and continue to listen to them?
You owe me 3 minutes of my precious time.
Master Marathon Runner