Throughout his life, Clint Eastwood has had countless casual and serious relationships, many of which have overlapped. Eastwood had an affair that resulted in a daughter, Laurie, who was born in 1954 and adopted by Clyde and Helen Warren of Seattle before he met his future wife, Maggie Johnson, on a blind date in 1953. According to Eastwood’s biographer, Patrick McGilligan, Laurie’s biological mother was a member of the same Seattle theater troupe that Eastwood was a part of. Kimber Eastwood was conceived through Eastwood’s affair with stuntwoman Roxanne Tunis, which lasted from 1959 to 1973, while he was still married to Johnson (born 1964).
Clint Eastwood Support For Gay Marriage?
Who are these people who seem to be so concerned about gay marriage? Whoever wants to tie the knot with whomever, I don’t give a flying fig! Sure, why not? We’re making too much of nothing. They keep repeating this nonsense about sanctity, and I’m not having any of it. Don’t stop people from living the lives they imagine for themselves.
Those who have taken Eastwood’s tirade against the “sanctity of marriage” to mean he supports same-sex marriage have clearly never been to the real world, where there is a big difference between being for gay marriage and not giving a fuck.
Recent events have seen Clint Eastwood publicly express his support for three conservative Republicans:
Clint Eastwood signed a legal brief urging the US Supreme Court to uphold a lower court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage. Last year at the Republican national convention, the Oscar-winning director and actor made an unusual appearance, berating an empty chair to the amusement and bewilderment of the assembled dignitaries. Now he’s part of a faction of moderate Republicans that could expose a rift in the Republican Party as a whole.
In California, where Eastwood resides, marriage is currently restricted to heterosexual couples under the provisions of Proposition 8. The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments regarding the ban’s legality next month. Gay marriage may be legalized as a result of the arguments presented here.
Over eighty Republicans, including the 82-year-old director of Unforgiven and Million Dollar Baby, signed the “friend of the court” brief that was released by the American Foundation for Equal Rights. The foundation’s executive director, Adam Umhoefer, called the document “a microcosm of what we see happening all around the country.” The idea of freedom, decency, and healthy families unites Americans, he continued.
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