“I’ve Been Going To Gay Bars For As Long As I Can Remember”
Daniel Craig has revealed that he prefers to go to gay bars to avoid “aggressive dick swinging” in straight places.
The actor, who recently marked his fifth and final journey as James Bond no time to die, talked about your choice on the podcast lunch with brookeI, where he revealed that he started going to gay bars when he was younger in order to avoid doing “punch-ups” when he went out at night.
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“I’ve been going to gay bars for as long as I can remember,” Craig said. “One reason: because I don’t get into fights in gay bars that often.”
He continued: “As a kid, because it was like… ‘I don’t want to end’ [being] In punch-up. And I did. That would have happened a lot. And this [a gay bar] Would be a nice place to just go.”
Craig also said that when he was single he visited gay bars so that he could meet women.
“Everybody was chill, everybody,” Craig said. “You didn’t really have to state your sexuality. Okay. And it was a very safe place to live. And I could meet girls there, because there’s a lot of girls out there, for exactly the same reason that I There was. It was kind of the ulterior motive.”
Craig recalls being photographed hugging podcast host Bruce Bozzi outside a gay bar in Venice Beach, Calif., in 2010, with whom he is close friends, which sparked speculation about the Bond actor’s sexuality at the time.
“We’re touching, we love each other. We hug each other, it’s okay,” Craig said. “We’re two fucking big men. For me, it was one of those situations and the irony is, you know, we kind of got caught, I guess, which was weird because we’re not doing anything wrong. Were.
“What happened we were having a good night and I was talking to you about my life when my life was changing and we got drunk and I was like, ‘Oh, let’s just go to a bar, come on. Fuck you, go out.'”
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