'Karma Chameleon' star Boy George has admitted he is ''boring'' in bed, insisting he's not into any weird practices and noting that sexuality in general is a very ''complex'' issue.
Boy George is boring in bed.
The 'Karma Chameleon' star acknowledges sexuality is a complex issue, and maintains he was ''born gay'' but says he's not into any weird sexual practices.
He explained to Details magazine: ''Human beings are sexual, and we try to simplify it, but it's so complex: This one likes sniffing shoes, that one is 'straight' --but likes women with penises.
''I don't go around stressing about straight people. I love them! It takes two of them to make one of me.
''So why are they wondering what I do in bed? If you knew, you'd think it's boring! My gayness takes up only about two hours a month, and that might be pushing it.''
The singer's family have known about his sexuality since he was a teenager, but in the 80s he was ambiguous about it on advice of his managers.
He added: ''I thought, 'Maybe it's not a good idea to be so gay.' People started saying, 'Could you wear a bit less makeup?' I reined it in, much to my own horror. But I don't think I was very convincing! You know the old cliché: 'Oh, I'm bisexual: I like boys and boys.' ''
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