Anderson Cooper, long time news anchor for CNN, has publicly admitted that he is gay. A lot of people claim that they knew for a long time but Cooper has made it official. He revealed this to Andrew Sullivan via email. Cooper said that he didn’t want to give anyone the impression that he was ashamed or hiding this. He also said something interesting. He said that it is nobody’s business that he is gay. I have a question about that. If it is no one’s business that you are gay, then why did you want to publicly make this statement? I just don’t understand. People have come out as gay before and have made this statement that its nobody’s business. If that is the case, then why do you feel the need to tell the world that you are gay? I’m just asking a question. People do still ask questions, don’t they?