Tuesday, October 06, 2009

WTF? Alex Reid Is Also Known As Roxanne


Where does Katie Price find these people? Alex Reid is a MMA star and today Katie Price confirmed that Alex is also known as Roxanne. Alex likes to wear full make-up and women's clothes and wigs and even alters his voice to sound like a woman.

Katie totally accepts it and says it makes her horny. "I am so fine with it. People should know me well enough by now to know that nothing freaks me out. If anything it just makes me love him more and shows how strong our relationship is that we are able to cope with this."

Katie has seen "Roxanne," but none of her kids have. Then, because Katie couldn't do anything without making something even more controversial she says that her son Junior will also probably turn out the same as Alex because "Junior has become a real mummy's boy, he's really clingy with me and likes me to read to him. He actually keeps wanting to put make-up on him and paint his nails as well! His best friend George is the same. When he comes round they just want to dress up in heels and make-up."

Well I am glad she added that last part because I had no idea that wanting your mom to read to you makes you a mama's boy.

I am sure that Katie revealing this to the world will make Alex a really popular fan favorite for his next cage match.Alex has refused to comment about his cross-dressing.

26 comments:

Sue Ellen Mishkey said...

Welp, if he didn't want anyone to know, Katie Price is the last person he should have hooked up with. For real.

strawberrygirl said...

That guy has the hurts. I feel bad for her kids.

Seachica said...

Can we officially go back to calling her "Jordan" now? She's reverted back to that role.

West End Girl said...

It doesn't matter whether it's true or not, it keeps her in the spotlight which is all that matters. In person, and in a genuine interview, she comes across as astute, street-smart and sweet but the soundbites and tabloid chat makes her look like a publicity crazed nutter, which is a shame - for everyone involved.

.robert said...

He can get with De La Hoya and put on a stage show.

Cheryl said...

fame whore

*Miss_P* said...

I loathe, detest and despise this woman.

Anonymous said...

lol@.robert

Karmen said...

MMA star and a cross dresser? Snap. I agree with Sue Ellen. That woman has the biggest mouth and no discretion.

BigMama said...

Great, now I have the song Roxanne stuck in my head but it is the Eddie Murphy - 48hrs version and he is wearing a dress. *sigh*

Anonymous said...

mte .robert

A Pimp Named DaveR said...

He looks more like a Carol to me....

mygeorgie said...

More men are crossdressers, or would like to be for the odd 'recreation', than we know of. Let's face it, men get ripped off in the wardrobe choices department. Women can wear anything, be in a 'tomboy'/boyfriend's jeans mood & it's cool, but men/boys have zero choices. Take a look at the popularity of men dressing in drag for Hallowe'en. It's an 'excuse' for them to break free without getting the shit kicked outta them.

Katie is not "cool & liberal" for announcing her beau's choices. She's an inconsiderate, callous bitch. He needs to drop her ass asap.

Tania said...

That's hilarious - if you're mean-spirited like me... ;-) He's probably only dating her for her wardrobe.

I bet Roxanne didn't know Katie was going to 'out' him. The fame-whore has put one over on the wanna-be. Ha!

sunnyside1213 said...

Who exactly are these people?

Unknown said...

well that clears up that one blind item!

Majik said...

Mygeorgie....I don't buy that whole "more choices" for wardrobe crap--women do not dress in jeans and try to act like men--they dress in jeans because they are comfy and functional whereas men who put on dresses often do it for the sexual pleasure of it. It's a fetish, pure and simple, AND it often makes it "okay" for them to experiment with homosexuality because if one of the two is dresses as a woman,it's not really gay--um, yeah. It is.

There's nothing wrong with being gay (or bi)--the problem comes with pretending to be who you're not in order to feel like who you really are (does that even make sense?). Be gay. Be bi. Be yourself...!!!

There is NO gene for cross dressing. It is a 100% purely learned behaviour...what these people should be learning is how to deal with themselves and their sexuality.

Strong opinions on the subject--dated a cross dresser who liked to pretend he was a woman so he could give head to other men --the more he could "pass", the bigger the thrill. I spent a lot of time in the 'scene' and everyone in his little fetish community was the same.

I suspect the research on crossdressing is subjectively biased by the people that are studied so they don't seem 'gay'--they downplay the gay behaviour and play up the "feminine side trying to come out" bs.

ardleighstreet said...

Isn't she mother of the year! Her little Junior and George are going to have a great time on the playground at school now.
(roll eyes)

mygeorgie said...

Majik- crossdressing is NOT a sure fire sign, or a segway to homosexuality. Perhaps that was your experience, but it is not the norm.

And yes, we women dress in jeans to be comfy. Thank goodness we live in an age that allows that. Women in pants & an old t-shirt would be considered beyond crude & blasphemous in say, 1700, when men & women wore skirts, stockings & heels. Scottish men still wear skirts any chance they get. men wear more make-up today than they did 25 years ago. Are they gay too?

Not all guys who refuse to wear a suit/tie, Ed Hardy or Wranglers are gay. You're right, "It a learned behavior", but it IS a fashion choice & not everything outside *your* norm means 'gay'. Sadly, it is attitudes like yours, that force men to hide & supress their desire to experiment, and people to poke fun at 'unmanly' men.

Pookie said...

wth. katie/jordan is quickly reaching paris status in my book.

mygeorgie said...

What makes Alex most repelling is the douchebag t-shirt. These are the Ed Hardy equivalent at any small town bar televising UFC events, & Vegas of course. Those & "Affliction". Only Randy Couture looks good wearing them, so if all the other wannabes & beer belly slickers would stop with the damn "Tap Out", I'd appreciate it.

jax said...

the fuck?

Majik said...

mygeorgie....

You seem to have difficulty understanding my point of view. Perhaps you missed the part where I said "be gay, be bi, just be yourself". You, perhaps, have misinterpreted my comments to mean that I am homophobic, which I am most definitely NOT (a fact that my gay father is eternally grateful for). I grew up surrounded by all kinds of 'alternative' lifestyles and would dare say I am likely one of the most open minded people you could meet.

Men who wear kilts and makeup are not the population that I'm talking about, and certainly not "automatically gay". A kilt is not a "skirt"--it is cultural dress. No man wearing a kilt hides it in the closet and brings it out when he's alone to feel more "feminine", or to use it as an object for his masterbatory fantasies (unless he has a kilt fetish, which I'm sure exists somewhere in the world).

I am talking about the men (like Alex/Roxanne) who secretly dress in full on women's clothing--women's underwear, women's dresses, and wear eye shadow, lipstick and lashes to seem "womanly", as opposed to that which is socially or culturally acceptable. A man who wears coverup to hide a zit is no more gay than a woman who wears jeans, and I absolutely did not imply nor flat out state anything of the sort. If skirts for men become a fashion and men start wearing them because they find them more comfortable, more power to them; THAT is a fashion choice. Wearing heels and a boa while pretending to be female (which is what crossdressers do) is NOT a fashion choice--it's a FETISH choice.

Campy gay men do it--they don't hide it, and are playing a part which points out and lampoons the stereotypes, as opposed to crossdressers who are trying to embody an "ideal" of what they define as feminine. The don't want to SHOW it, they want to BE it--if only for a short time.

The men who dress in women's clothing and, typically, act in stereotypically "female submissive" roles are, in MY experience, unable to come to terms with their own sexuality and use it (crossdressing) as an outlet that their male gender role will not "allow" them to explore, hence the "being okay to be gay when dressed as a woman" comment.

I invite you to any number of clubs in the Toronto region to find this out for yourself. You'll probably see me there--I'll be the one with the openly gay crowd, who are unashamed of who they are and who they love.

"Attitudes like [mine]" indeed. Give yer head a shake, love.

Judi said...

Gender identity has nothing to do with sexual identity.

Katie needs to shut up and stay the eff home and parent her children.

bionic bunny! said...

@ majik, i think what mygeorgie was saying (because i read your first comment the same way) is that often men will wear a women's under garment simply for the silky feel. at least that's what i was reading.

matter of fact, while shopping for some undies i liked, i searched several sites for reviews to see if i had found the right ones. the majority of the reviews were from men (and also didn't contain the info i needed, lol!). it just happened that this particular undie comes in plus sizes (btw, which i no longer need, YAY!), too.
on the other side of the coin, a few years ago, i made a decent business selling vicoria's secret (mostly outdoor stuff) seconds on ebay. some of my best customers were men, and they were quite open about it. large size ladies shoes were big sellers, too.
so what i'm saying, is that you're both right. and of course there are some professions where cross-dressing would probably not be a good thing! :)

Sue Ellen Mishkey said...

Bahahahhahaaaaaaaa! Oh Majik, I just fell in CDaN love with you. That last post was a GEM!

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