"At this point, coming out would be the most normal thing [Lindsay's] done in months," Queerty editor Andrew Belonsky said recently. And according to an article in ABC News, if Lindsay Lohan admitted to a relationship with Sam Ronson, it could actually be a boon to her ailing career — it would take attention away from her drug-addled past and her humiliating, fame whoring family. But what if an up-and-coming, sexually ambiguous male star with similar image woes, let's say a Jonathan Rhys Meyers, who's also had several stints in rehab, came out of the bisexual closet? Would it be a career positive, or a career ender? It's more likely to be a career ender, say experts — and according to Jennifer Baumgardner, the author of Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics, it's because women are taken less seriously in general. "It's like, 'So what if they were fooling around?' When two men, who were thought to be straight, have sex, it's perceived as more serious," she tells ABC News.
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