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Al Jourgensen has Ho Yay with... well, pretty much everyone. His closest relationships tend to be one of two types: Slap-Slap-Kiss (with Paul Barker, Bill Rieflin and Chris himself) or Mad Love (with Phildo Owen, Jay, Poodle, Princess and various other Yes Men). Such moments include:
Someone referring to the large crop of musicians he surrounds himself with as his, uh, "Boy-Toys."
Al throwing a tantrum after finding out that Paul went out drinking without him.
After Al gets heavily into heroin and his wife leaves him, Paul and Bill both take turns living with him to try to keep him clean.
Chris describing a meeting with Al and Paul as being like parents announcing to their kids that they're getting divorced.
Chris and Al repeatedly bicker about everything under the sun but also repeatedly (direct quote) "kiss and make up." The Ho Yay reaches critical mass, though, when they fight over Chris' friendship with a womannote Lydia Lunch, as a matter of fact Al doesn't like.
Al's relationship with Ogre, on the other hand, is in a class all by itself. It's mentioned off-hand that they live together briefly and do lots of drugs. Al eventually invites Ogre to tour with Ministry and is annoyed when Ogre brings his girlfriend along.
He (Al) seemed to be determined to tell the world that he and Ogre were tight. He should've just thrown a press conference, or just bitten Ogre in the neck and sucked his blood, no difference.
They go on to become quite the duo, dismantling hotel rooms, playing pranks on tour managers and other band members, etc. Even after the breakup of Ministry and the Revolting Cocks, they remain friends and Chris all but goes into mourning when Tucker dies.
There's also Ogre's relationship with the first tour manager of the Pigface tour, in which they spend hours alone in hotel rooms.