ABOVE: Ever been jealous of snow?
ABOVE: Ever been jealous of snow?
Via Huff Post: Musician Raury, from Atlanta, was given the opportunity to walk the runway for D&G — but was grossed out that the gay designers have ties to Trump. In fact, they've made many right-wing statements that are in stark contrast to the trendy, millennial vibe of their work.
So he decided to do something about it, waiting until the end of the show to remove his D&G jacket to reveal he had written PROTEST D&G and other messages on his body.
Raising his fist in the air, he looked serene in the moment, and later wrote on Instagram:
I never felt so alone, so terrified, yet so alive... Found myself in tears when I realized the people understood, and I'm not just screaming in the dark anymore ... if ur in this industry remember that there is a god, and god protects the good... so do the work when aligned to. following my heart from this day forth knowing that I am living truth... If it ever means my end so be it. (GQ story in Bio) The future is now
Perfectly summing up how inauthentic and morally bankrupt D&G are, the company is cynically selling #BOYCOTT DOLCE & GABBANA T-shirts.
The kids are all right. I just hope I live long enough to see the people my age and older who are destroying the U.S. go bye-bye.
Ever wonder what internalized homophobia looks like? Exhibit A: Stefano Gabbana - https://t.co/oyam7qStLf— Zack Ford (@ZackFord) January 6, 2017
Stefano Gabbana continues to demonstrate that he is the most narcissistic, anti-LGBTQ-community gay dude in fashion. “Don't call me gay!” ???
Would Hillary Clinton really run for NYC mayor against de Blasio?
Gay man in Australia thrown off bridge, allegedly by straight guy who came onto him and was rejected. Won't walk again, may die.
Outrageous conflicts of interest for Trump's money-grubbing son-in-law Jared Kushner continue to pile up: Chinese dealmaking on the side.
Join Chita Rivera, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Betty Buckley & more at Concert for America: Stand Up, Sing Out! in NYC to benefit liberal causes.
Chippendales allows guys into their shows now, but Vivica A. Fox has a strict rule for her male revue: No gays.
Tell me again how George Zimmerman isn't a racist fuck.
Is Patrick Couderc the biggest cunt in fashion?
Newly out Keegan Hirst, rugby star, gets nude!
Hirst: “Time to be true to myself.”
RIP to Batman.
Davey Wavey's straight/gay kissing challenge.
He's only as funny as the jokes he shamelessly steals.
Mesmerizing Carol trailer. Kiss me, Cate Blanchett!
Obama looking to make travel to Cuba a snap.
Suge Knight cracking wise about AIDS.
The Rock on Zac Efron's Baywatch turn.
Russell Tovey to Broadway.
Hick heroine in KY continues to resist issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
Military-rejected flamethrowers being sold to the public, because America.
Hillary meets #BlackLivesMatter. Right answer?
Scott Walker wants to end birthright citizenship.
Biden and Gore analysis.
Is Fiorina the least accomplished R candidate of all?
Tyra Sanchez urges suicidal people to jump.
Kris Jenner tears into Caitlyn Jenner.
Dolce apologizes for IVF comments.
It's like a Best Chest Convention up in here!
Louis Tomlinson is single.
Gregory Walcott, star of Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) dies @ 87.
Canada-born right-wing nut Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) running for president.
California Gov. Jerry Brown declares climate-change denier Cruz “unfit.”
Former MD governor Martin O'Malley is more like it.
Rear Window (1954) is back in the theaters.
Kylie Minogue breaks up with Jay-Z.
Barney Frank lays into Aaron Schock.
Suddenly, D&G's biggest supporters are anti-gay Christians.
Zoe Saldana is a D&G apologist. (Nothing was lost in translation, duh.)
Madonna has responded to D&G's IVF comments, using an appropriate image of herself from a past campaign she did with them.
Nice first-ever live performance of “Joan of Arc”, one of the best tracks on Rebel Heart...
And P.S.: She hasn't done work for D&G in years and is worth $500 million. Doubt whatever her opinion is that it's influenced by cash.
This kind of shit burns my ass. This fashion blogger I've never heard of is calling out Madonna and Kylie for daring to not immediately jump on the D&G boycott bandwagon. Look, I'm personally all for shaming D&G and for keeping my money away from them, but I'd be willing to bet a sizable % of gay people are not in favor of boycotts (because they don't think they work, because they're pro-business and/or because they think saying “free speech” means our hands are tied). And if we are going to start turning to public figures to see which ones are going to speak out, why start with gay allies? Why not go to gay people? Neil Patrick Harris, Ellen, etc. Why do the gay-icon divas have to do all the dirty work?