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The international pop star on his decision to come out as a gay man.  Why he kept silent about his sexuality.   Ricky Martin in a revealing hour.

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Luis B. Rosario   November 9th, 2010 10:04 pm ET

Re:Ricky Martin
Ricky claims that he first noticed that he had a problem with
sexuality when he was 4 years old. He was afraid to express
his sexual prefererence until recently, after he had two children
from a surrogate mother. He says that he had healthy with
women and felt wonderful about it. Even after his childfren
were born he always wanted to be a dad and he enjoyed sex
100% percent with women. But he tells Larrry King that he
wished he had declared that he was gay 10 years ago. "That
now he feels great. " But he says that his sexual preference
was defined when he 4 years old that he felt something was
wrong with his sexuality but he continued to enjoy sex with
a woman until he was more than 30 years old. I'm very
confused and sad that I believe that Ricky Martin is not
50% honest, in my opinion. (Perhaps I have to read Freud
again. It has been a while since I read that book).

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