Rick Perry Gay Rumors Finally Come to a Head With Release of Book

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It has been over 7 years since Governor Rick Perry called a press conference in Austin to respond to rumors posted on this blog regarding purported homosexual acts with his then Secretary of State. What was once considered to be a flash in the pan story in the dog days of summer has finally been revealed as just the tip of the iceberg of evidence now being presented for the American public to judge in a book released today by one of this site's registered users, former Texas State Representative Glen Maxey.

For those who are not familiar, Glen Maxey was the first openly gay state representative in the history of Texas. On June 23, a national reporter happened to call Maxey to ask about past rumors of past homosexual relationships. Curious, Maxey send messages to several long-time LGBT insiders and Texas politicos. Within hours he received independent stories about an alleged gay hustler who supposedly had had a relationship with Perry. That began an all-consuming five month investigation by Maxey into rumors and stories about Perry's alleged past homosexual relationships.

This book chronicles that exhaustive investigation and Maxey's work with the national political reporter to try to learn the truth. The details are fascinating, not only in the plethora of stories and accounts by those who have had same-sex contact with Governor Perry, but also in the detailing of the national press' balking and internal drama about the publication of this story- something that Politico has already picked up on.

As someone who has been asked for years about what I know or have heard about the rumors surrounding Rick Perry's marital side-show, I've had to resort to directing people to the few stories and clever allusions that had been published like “The untold story of a lunch receipt with Rick Perry's name on it from a place that features drag shows”  to “Somebody needs to goose Anita Perry to get a smile out of her” and numerous posts along the line of “Would Rumors About His Marriage Haunt a Rick Perry Run?”.

Now I encourage our readers to buy a copy of Glen's book: Head Figure Head: The Search for the Hidden Life of Rick Perry.

Kindle for PC can be downloaded for FREE here as can Kindle for Mac. Free Kindle apps are available for mobile devices in their respective App Stores.

Since this book was built from a collection of thousands of emails and texts, it comes as no surprise that my name is mentioned in it. My role was a small one, but in honor of the very style and nature of this expose, I dug into my own email to provide an example of just one of the many conversations that shaped this story.

Enjoy, and again, be sure to buy a copy for yourself.

Subject: interview request

Date: Wed, Jun 22, 2011


I am writing to you because I am trying to do some forensics on the Rick-Perry-Is-Gay rumor that began some years ago. Obviously, Burnt Orange came up. The Texas GOP spokesperson actually blamed Burnt Orange as the source of the rumors.

I wanted to talk to you about the rumors and those old stories. Any help you could offer in shedding light on just how they got started would be much appreciated.

I look forward to talking with you.


“The Journalist”


Huffington Post

And my reply.

Subject: re: interview request

Date: Fri, Jun 24, 2011

…since I know folks are looking back into this because of the national campaign, I've been quietly talking with folks back here who I've heard these stories from in the gay community. I've chatted again today with my political mentor, former State Rep. Glen Maxey who I believe you already know. I'm somewhat hopeful that through our efforts tonight we may have gotten a step further than we have before.

I believe Glen may be in touch.


And the rest is history- much like I hope Rick Perry's hypocritical, gay-baiting, political career will be in short order. And with at least one two new leads that has come to light in the last 24 hours since the book's publication, I'm sure it wont be the last.

If you do have your own story to tell, please visit www.isrickperrygay.org.


About Author

Former Publisher & Owner of the Burnt Orange Report. Political Thinker, Digital Explorer, and Time Traveler.


  1. Some choice words…
    That I just stumbled upon.

    Same-sex marriage:

    Perry has always been clear about his opposition to same-sex marriage, but in June, when New York legalized gay marriage, he said he respected it as a matter of state's rights: “That's New York. That's their business, and that's fine with me,” he said.

    But shortly thereafter, he reversed course, saying he would support a federal constitutional amendment to define marriage as between a man and a woman and arguing that some issues are too important to be left to the states. “Obviously gay marriage is not fine with me,” he told Tony Perkins of the conservative Family Research Council. “My stance hasn't changed. I believe marriage is a union between one man and one woman.”

    Perry has signed “marriage pledges” from two groups, the National Organization for Marriage and The Family Leader in Iowa, and he has called specifically for New Hampshire to repeal its law that legalized same-sex marriage in 2010. He has also stated that he believes homosexuality is a choice: “Even if an alcoholic is powerless over alcohol once it enters his body, he still makes a choice to drink,” he wrote in his 2008 book “On My Honor.” “And even if someone is attracted to a person of the same sex, he or she still makes a choice to engage in sexual activity with someone of the same gender.”

    • Paulbot
      You can find much more of Robert Paulbot Morrow's poo flinging  at Paul Burka's blog. He may be right about Perry, but he also trots out every conspiracy theory out there; LBJ had JFK murdered, GHWB ran cocaine for the CIA, every Clinton faux-scandal ever mentioned anywhere. Enjoy his Perry-hate, but consider the context.

      He is currently Glen's best unofficial press agent though.

      • Well, didn’t Lyndon Johnson murder JFK after all? Is that somehow not supported.

        GWH Bush running drugs for CIA during Iran-Contra? Ditto, isn’t that well supported? Jeb Bush, too. Ever read Daniel Hopsicker’s book Barry and the Boys about the murder of Barry Seal in 1986?

        And the Clintons? All the rapes, sexual assaults and Hillary-hired nasty private detectives, too. Is that documented, too? And Bill’s role Iran-Contra with his adoptive family the Bushes?

        And I rang the bell on Rick Perry and his bisexual adulteries early, didn’t I. All true. I give you the good money and I go hardcore on it.

  2. I hope this can be substantiated
    I expect there will be a huge lawsuit coming out of this once Perry realizes what's going on.

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