Robbie Williams had thought of being gay, though he could not imagine having sex with men

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 20: Robbie Williams attends the Brit Awards 2013 at the 02 Arena on February 20, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Eamonn McCormack/Getty Images)

In the new interview to the ‘Attitude’ magazine the 42-year-old sex-symbol recalled that his tastes and preferences used to make him think of being gay. But at the same time it did not concern the sexuality itself. From the sexual point of view Williams has always been straight and preferred women only.

“I was raised in a society where gay was the thing you levelled at somebody you wanted to hurt the most. So then being exposed to this world that I loved being a part of… I took my first ecstasy at a gay club… had the most incredible time. I thought: ‘Why have I lived like that when I could live like this forever?’ And I tried doing that, which led me to AA,” Robbie said, “But also because of the homophobia that there is out there, I was sort of left as a 21 year old going: ‘Actually, I don’t hate the gay… so does that mean that I’m gay, too? So I was 21 or 22 and I was like: ‘Oh, that must mean that I’m somewhat gay, in some sort of way’”.

“The truth is with me and gay is that I can’t get round the cock thing,” he added. “You know I have crushes. Big male crushes. A lot. I crush a lot. But I just can’t do the cock. I don’t enjoy looking at mine that much. So I can’t get round that bit. And if I could I would have because I like sex. I would have liked being able to have it on tap.”


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