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“Because, to them, it’s refreshingly a ‘duhh’ kind of thing, it’s obvious now. Whereas, with past generations, there has been a lot of debate about rights and equality. But with all the role models and discussions they can freely join in with now, gay rights and being gay has become just second nature; a part of everyday life..
Most of the credit for our wonderfully successful relationship has to do with her flexibility.”Huston later wrote that Nicholson was “actually quite discreet” and she didn’t initially realize the scope of his indiscretions. “Occasionally, I’d find a piece of female apparel,” she wrote, “once a jacket of mine turned up on a girl in the street or I’d find some hand cream, or a trinket might get left behind in the soap dish. “Occasionally, I’d find a piece of female apparel,” she wrote, “once a jacket of mine turned up on a girl in the street or I’d find some hand cream, or a trinket might get left behind in the soap dish..
The busy spring season of theatre openings has ground to a halt. Sadly, some shows that were gaining significant momentum have had their runs curtailed, others have been postponed. This week column should have seen a review of The Lonsdale Project, a new work by Sian N Mhuir, about Newbridge born scientist Kathleen Lonsdale, running in Smock Alley after opening in the Riverbank Arts Centre in Newbridge.