Oprah Winfrey and bosom buddy Gayle King explained in an article in next month's "O, the Oprah Magazine" that they were not sapphic soulmates. Of her friend of 30 years with whom she speaks four times a day, the talk titan stated, "I understand why people think that we're gay: there isn't a definition in our culture for this kind of bond between women." King, host of the 1997 "Gayle King Show" and now an editor for "O" maintained, "The truth is, if we were gay, we would tell you, because there's nothing wrong with being gay." Oprah chimed in, "Something about this relationship feels otherworldly to me." She added, "Whatever this relationship is, it's been a very fun ride." Doth the ladies protest too much as the queen in Hamlet might postulate?