3495 posts categorized "GAY ISSUES"
Straight ally Pauley Perrette of NCIS sits with Larry King for Larry King Now, talking about her hit show's 12th (!) season (it's literally the most popular drama in the world outside of Gaga vs. Madonna) and touching on gay issues, including marriage equality:
“I’ve just been a part of this—part of this equality campaign for so long, and the last few years, especially since Obama’s been in office, has been so fascinating for us. We’ve made remarkable strides at such a fast pace.”
Watch the full interview after the jump...
The season finale of My Gay Roommate (which has a hot party coming up at The Eagle, open to all) is after the jump...
Wicked Gay Blog's most commented posts EVER.
President Obama: Gay marriage is a constitutional right.
The Death of Klinghoffer is the new Corpus Christi.
Fashion icon Oscar de la Renta dies @ 82.
Shonda Rhimes exiles anti-gay tweeter from Shondaland.
Mariah proves she only looks like shit, but sounds great!
WHAT THE SHELL?: Could turtle-like Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) lose???
Would you f*ck this Chili's cook?
Seth Rogen still fighting mad over Freaks & Geeks cancelation.
Robert Downey Jr.'s dick should have a Learning Annex class.
Jessica Lange & some other heifers cover Elle's Women in Hollywood ish.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg vs. the GOP's voter-ID scam.
Tbe rebirth of the word “Maverick” as it relates to Madonna (and more).
Wyoming gay-marriage ban = unconstitutional.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman's quaratine-pooh-poohing might end her NBC career.
Lance Bass & Michael Turchin have set a wedding date.
The Comeback's comeback continues, unabated.
Jeremy Helligar's name will be familiar to pop culture junkies for his stints at Teen People and (Adult) People, but he's spent the last several years on a self-described “self-imposed exile” from NYC, travleing and living around the world—South America, Australia, Asia and Africa.
Helligar's journey is not without speedbumps, including racism (the title is a question he has heard way too often), mugging and some uncomfortable sex, the kind you pray won't happen to you but that you enjoy reading about. Also, there are good times, making this an interestingly varied read. It's not linear, it's introspective...and he does not forget to be funny.
I feel like the desire to take time off and discover one's self is a cliché...until one reaches one's thirties and forties and it all makes terrible sense. I'm completing my own memoir so it was illuminating to see how another writer in a similar situation to mine (I also worked at a teen mag, for one thing, but no, it's not true what they say about white men) approched the form.
Please Like Me's Josh Thomas takes fan questions. Acutally, he fans fan question, because it takes him the whole video to get around to answering the first one...