"I think I've always been accepted in the gay community because I accept them," the fantastic Dolly Parton tells Larry King. "We're supposed to love each other for who and what we are." And while she may not know why gays are different, Dolly says, "You can't tell me that people are any way other than what they're supposed to be. I don't think gay people are trying to just be different just to make other people miserable. I think people are being who they are, and they should be who they are, and … we should be a little more tolerant and a little more accepting, not just the gays, but other people, minorities, we just don't have enough love." Well said, my dear.