Carl Cox Gay Rumors?Online poll shows 75 percent don’t believe he’s gay

It seems like every celebrity has been called gay at some point or another. Many of the gay rumors surrounding Carl Cox seem to be tied to his obsessive attention to his body, like most djs.

However the poll suggests that a big majority – 75% – of respondents don’t believe that he’s gay.

What do you think about the gay rumors surrounding Carl Cox?

The poll results are based on a representative sample of 1697 voters worldwide, conducted online for The Celebrity Post magazine. Results are considered accurate to within 2.2 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.

What do you think about the gay rumors surrounding Carl Cox?

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Bob Kelso was married to his wife Enid Kelso for 44 years, who was a wheelchair-bound overweight paraplegic. There was a rumor that once a year, on their anniversary, he and his wife slept together. The result was that a day afterward Dr. Kelso is in a ‚good mood‘, during which you can ask him for anything and you’ll get it. Only Turk knows that this is just a ruse by Kelso to keep people from asking for things any other day of the year. Enid was at a fat camp during this time. („My Case Study His loves his pet dogs very much, and was very sad when („My Chopped Liver

Dr. Kelso has a gay son, Harrison, who has been a source of torment to Kelso. He often cites his son’s actions when commenting on others‘ problems. Although he constantly complains about his son’s action, he really does love him; this is shown when he punishes Dr. Cox for bad-mouthing him, even in passing.

Dr. Kelso also has a nephew named Francis, who cleans pools. Little else is known about him.

Kelso, in a fantasy, seduces Elliot. („My Best Friend’s Mistake

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J.D.

Dr. Kelso’s relationship with J.D. is very similar to his relationship with everyone else, excluding Dr. Cox and Carla. He treats him with apathy, very rarely valuing his opinion, and is usually happy to see him in distress. In one of the ‚his story‘ episodes, however, Kelso thinks to himself that he is actually somewhat fond of J.D., imagining him as the perfect life-partner for his son, if he were gay. („. And on J.D.’s last day at Sacred Heart, the two converse on what J.D. thought his ideal last day would be; though he couldn’t match his expectations, Dr. Kelso offers a handshake and wishes J.D. the best of luck.

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