Were the Village People gay?

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As much as the 'Village People' band primarily appeal to the gay male audience, not all the members were gay. The lead singer Victor Willis, who was both the police officer and sailor, was married to Phylicia Rashad of The Cosby Show from 1978 to 1980. Their song 'Y.M.C.A' was a gay anthem despite the fact that it did not contain any specific gay references.
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