''I definitely understand and respect people's curiosity, you know. But people, they have to trust me and when I speak on my truth, that's really the bottom line in dealing with people. If I say to you, 'I don't have an open marriage. No, we're not gay.' [laughs] And you don't trust that, well then there's nothing that we -- that I have to say to anybody about anything, because at the end of the day, I'm living my life and I'm happy.''
Actress and metal rock musician Jada Pinkett Smith, of Baltimore, remarking about rumors that she and her husband Will Smith are in a marriage of convenience because they are both secretly gay. She also said their school is not a Scientology school, but that the method of teaching is a product of L. Ron Hubbard -- the founder of the Scientology who, incidentally, claimed that homosexuality can be cured through scientific feedback therapy. (NPR audio)