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When he launched a long-shot, quixotic campaign for Congress, Clay Aiken held no illusions about how the public would perceive his sexuality. He was a famous musical artist and he was gay. He was, in fact, famous in part for being gay.
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Another born again practicing homosexual "Christian"; apparently so. People magazine informs is, "Clay Aiken is no longer the charmingly awkward, self-confessed 'dork' who came in second on 's second season of American Idol. Aiken says
Clay Aiken is an American television personality, actor, singer, politician, and activist who rose to fame when he came in second place on the second season of the reality singing competition American Idol in He was born in Raleigh, North Carolina on 30th November Later, he joined the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for further studies.
Aiken, 35, who finished second to Ruben Studdard on the show's second season inmay attempt to take a seat away from Republicans and current Rep. Renee Ellmers. The singer must make his decision by Feb.
Though laughing all the way to the bank, the year-old worries that the gay jokes at his expense send the wrong message to LGBT youth. Damn… reading this article was like being on the beaches of the Virgin Islands under an umbrella with a margarita: Salt and Shade all around!! Wow he raises a very good point.
Aiken said he only told his family that he was gay four years ago. He recalled a tearful discussion with his mother in a car after dropping off his brother, who was being sent to Iraq, at a military base. I was sitting there, thinking to myself.