Like a Rolling Stone

Gallagher, John
March 1995
Advocate;3/21/95, Issue 677, p24
Examines the media speculation on `Rolling Stone' magazine founder Jann Werner's sexual orientation after his separation from wife Jane Schindelheim Wenner. Media's attitude toward outing; Boundaries crossed regarding privacy; Reporters' interest in the sexual orientation of the rich and famous.


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