“Did you know that it was an openly gay Englishman who was as responsible as any man for winning the Second World War? His name was Alan Turing . . . Why don't they teach any of this in the schools? We have come a long way but we must never forget our past, or our heroes. Today, Turing's vital story is finally being told in the award-winning film, The Imitation Game.”—recently out actor Joel Grey, quoting from The Normal Heart as he presents The Imitation Game with an HRC award
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Ian Thorpe on Australian TV: “I'm not straight.” Also apparently a gay virgin.
Before you ask who cares if Thorpe is gay...read this.
Tracy Morgan suing Walmart.
Rafael Nadal on the beach. Yes, please.
David McIntosh has some damn hot legs on him.
Where the Bears Are's Season 3 official traileRRR.
Laverne Cox in John Legend's new video.
Demi Lovato in HRC video for marriage equality.
Celebrating the career of Broadway, TV & movie actress Penny Fuller.
Think twice before using Propecia. (If nothing else, it definitely softens the wood.)
Republicans pine for more Romney, whom I'm convinced will run in '16.
Christopher Walken is “Hook” in NBC's live Peter Pan.
This bitch better step off of Michael Sam. He should not become ex-gay.
BRIDGE TO NOWHERE: Chris Christie carries on against marriage equality.
Actor Christian Monassa is sweet in the booty. (Work Unfriendly)
Ellen Page has come out as gay while attending HRC's inaugural Time to THRIVE conference in Vegas, geared toward LGBT youth...and every lesbian in the world just stood up and cheered!
Madonna—Madonna Ciccone, in fact!—has joined HRC's campaign to raise awareness about Russia's anti-gay laws, penning (Penn-ing?) a letter on behalf of the org. She urges our participation in HRC's #LoveConquersHate campaign. There's even a T-shirt.
Sally Field receives the Ally for Equality Award from the HRC, presented to her by her son, Sam Greisman.
For some reason I can't comprehend, the Human Rights Campaign decided to celebrate Goldman Sachs. Talk about tone deaf! Bad timing, bad idea. They lost me when they endorsed Joe Lieberman years ago—and if they hadn't, they've done plenty of lame stuff since then, too. It's unfortunate, because I want not to be against an org that's dedicated to gay rights. But HRC is really so stupid in so many ways.
Video showing Goldman Sachs's Lloyd Blankfein (pictured) endorsing marriage equality after the jump...