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ROB HALFORD Was Worried He’d Be Thrown In Jail Being A Gay Man – “We Have A Long, Long Way To Go Before We Get Complete Equality”

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In a new interview with Birmingham Live, legendary Judas Priest singer Rob Halford talks about his new autobiography Confess and the struggles he endured coming out as a gay man. Having been born in 1951, Halford said he used to read the papers and note that people were being sent…For more, check out: (Source)

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