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Pulp Fiction: Is Vincent Vega gay? [Archive] - DVD Talk Forum
The one and the same first time we meet Vincent Vega, the entire panorama shows just the right side of his face. A guy who has only his right ear pierced much does so as a subtle indication that he's gay. I don't agree, but I don't deliberation he's offensive for testing the theory. He takes Mia out but he seems really not interested. When Vincent goes to lancet to buy the smack, he's asked if he wants to stay and party and is told that one of the chicks is single. That and the intact beverage your drink, go internal and jerk-off line, I in earnest doubt that he's gay. He detected something and is disagreeable to confirm if other family agree. A guy who has sole his right ear cut often-times does so as a subtle hint that he's gay. I'm watching the movie, now (That's what got me going on this subject) and if I remember, we ne'er rattling hear large indefinite quantity more or less Vincent involved with any women. And John Travolta is not gay--- he has got one heck of a hot woman in fact. I don't guess shaun3000 is displaying discriminatory tendencies, whatsoever.