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Ben Whishaw on why his gay character resonates with him
LOS ANGELES—Many actors like to proclaim that they are shy away from the stage or cameras. In the case of British actor Ben Whishaw, he appears to be genuinely bashful
By Ruben V. Nepales

“It was love at first sight,” Ben said. “The experience had nothing to do with my brain. Because it wasn’t a sensible thing to [pursue]—he’s from Australia. He was in England for only 10 days. But it truly gave me an understanding of what love is, because it absolutely overwhelmed me.”

Ben Whishaw EnGAYged!, by Willpower Butch

Smutty Sorcerer Ben Whishaw shocks the world by announcing his engagement to Daniel Craig, Edward Holcroft, and eternal sin.

Regular readers of Manly Men! Magazine will remember our last run-in with Ben Whishaw, flagrant magic toddler and disruptor of family restaurants, who turned our correspondent Paragon Shag into a Werefairy. After an intense week of eating manwiches and listening to Nickelback, Shag had recovered his heterosexuality enough to accompany me to the press conference announcing Whishaw’s polygamous marriage to Daniel Craig and Edward Holcroft, his Dr. Who and London Gay costars. When we arrived the hall was crowded, and on the central platform, Whishaw was running his hands nervously along the thighs of his red spandex cat suit. “Hello, Ben!” called out the first reporter. “I’d just like to ask: who proposed to whom? How did all this go down?”

“On all fours, girlfriend,” Whishaw wiped his lips with a soft, trembling wrist.  “It was Daniel who popped the question to me –”

“And his hand was between my legs at the time,” Edward Holcroft chimed in. “So we put it all together and decided on an open Satanic union of the flesh –”

“—just like Torchwood,” Whishaw finished.

I could only shake my head. Such profane ejaculations are commonplace when Ben Whishaw is involved.

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