Jenny McCarthy Feels Like A Man On The Inside & Hopes Her Son Is Gay


'Dirty Sexy Funny' Jenny McCarthy in Vegas

One of the things we love about Jenny McCarthy is that you just never know what will come out of her mouth next!

Jenny recently spoke to PrideSource and revealed she feels like a transgender person “inside”.

In an interview with PrideSource, the Dirty, Sexy, Funny comedienne talked about her transgender role in the television series “Just Shoot Me!”

The former “The View” co-host said she could easily relate to playing the role of Brandi (who was previously Burt) because she gets it.

She explained, “Yeah, because I feel like that inside.  I always felt like one of the guys wearing, like, a Playboy bunny outfit.”

Jenny adds, “To play kind of the dude was almost too scary natural”.

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We’re sure her new husband Donnie Wahlberg will love this interview!

McCarthy also told the publication that she would “love” her son Evan to be gay.

She laughed saying, “Oh my god, I would be so excited. We can shop! Do my hair!”.

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We love that she would be supportive of her son, but wishing for them to be one sexual orientation or another is a little much!

She also touched on the subject of gay marriage and shared that two of her male friends that are getting married next year. She said the two men had helped her raise her son over the past five years.

Jenny revealed, “They’ve pretty much been live-ins for the last five years of my life as a single mom when I was on the road raising Evan. Evan loves them dearly, and I love seeing through the eyes of an innocent child: He loves them for them and has no issue. It’s wonderful.”

Jenny also spoke about a hot topic lately among celebrity women…if they consider themselves to be a feminist.

2013 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena - Arrivals

Jenny answered, “Yeah, I don’t.  I’ve never been one of those people. I just haven’t. I feel like female and males should be adored and respected equally, but I’m not going to try and go and make some kind of statement.”

She adds, “Even posing for Playboy, (people were like), ‘You think that was a feminist move?’ I don’t know; I just needed to pay off college!”

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