Of course it’s illegal and all kinds of wrong to listen in on others’ private conversations if you’re not law enforcement with a warrant or Big Homeland Security Brother. But it’s still fun to fantasize about.
Imagine momentarily the entertainment of eavesdropping on gay celebs and connected peeps like Neil Patrick Harris, Adam Lambert or Perez Hilton. Picture yourself listening to anti-gay politicos. Better yet, think of the intel you could collect on your cheating ex or frenemies. It’s so wrong, but wouldn’t it feel kind of right?
Queery: Who would you phone tap if you could get away with it and why?
Queery is a new weekly feature in which we ask Project Q readers—in our Forum, Facebook, Twitter (hashtag #pqaqueery), Google+ and the comments section below this post—about an issue of the day, pressing question or something that’s just fun and provocative. We’ll collect the best answers in a follow up post.
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