Zac Efron and his gays
Zac Efron is so fucking dreamy, I can't handle it. It's the pecs, and the baby blues, and, of course, as eroticized in the trailer for The Paperboy, his tight ass in a pair of wet tighty whities. Perez Hilton constantly sexually harassing him in his blog posts sort of creeps me out, but at the same time, I get it. You can't help but want to objectify Zac Efron. That's why when you look up "Zac Efron naked" (yes, I've totally done that), you get wonderfully Photoshopped pictures like this.
People can't resist! Zac is so hot, the fact that Brent Corrigan kinda looks like him served as the foundation for his porn superstardom.
Of course, there are tons of gay rumours about Zac online, which, unfortunately, seem to be the product of wishful thinking. But what's cool is that he seems to appreciate his same-sex attraction. And why shouldn't he? Having the gays worshipping you is the biggest compliment a straight boy can get, because gay men know beauty. That's why everyone goes to Steve Nash to find a husband. So, if a bunch of gays are all in agreement that Zac Efron is the ish, then that means he probably is.
Here are some highlights from Zac's first-ever gay interview with The Advocate:
On almost going commando in The Paperboy: I wondered if my character would even wear underwear at all. But that would’ve been a very different movie.
On being open-minded: I started doing local theater so young — I was 12 — so to me, being gay was just another way that you can be. I never really had time to think about it or have any preconceived notions. I don’t judge anyone and I never have.
On getting it on with dudes and getting paid for it: I’d never take a role just for the sake of playing gay, but I’m always looking for a role that’s challenging, different, and entails some risk, so there’s no doubt in my mind that one of those characters will be gay at some point in the future.
On not giving a shit if people thinks he wants to pound my asshole: I don’t like to live in fear about things like rumors and backlash to begin with — that’s the way I was raised — but I just can’t see what’s so wrong about being gay.