Hilary Duff & Wanda Sykes Anti-Anti Gay Language PSA for GLSEN -- VIDEO


Think before you speak: GLSEN (The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) deploys actress-singer Hilary Duff and Comedian Wanda Sykes to speak out on putting a stop to anti-gay speech

Better watch your tongues folks, you never know when a celeb may be stalking you as they play the role of well-needed purity troll. A new national PSA Campaign from GLSEN features actress Hilary Duff and Comedian Wanda Sykes encouraging the lazy-lipped to lay off the inadvertent trash talk which is homophobic, dehumanizing and nothing-but-damaging to the collective soul of the human race.

That's what we're talking about! Gays and straights, cats and dogs with joint-checking accounts, the United States and Iran engaging in diplomatic jawing -- oh so susty: bringing it all together in a mentally-emotionally-enviromentally-entertainingly way.

GLSEN is the organization that brought you the educational and awareness-raising initiatives such as Day of Silence, No Name Calling Week, ALLY WEEK and now ThinkB4YouSpeak the program associated with the Duff/Sykes PSAs.

BTW, Ally Week goes live again this Monday October 13-17, 2008. Allies generally are non-LGBT people who are committed to ending bias and discrimination against LGBT people and who support ending anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools. Get an Ally Week wristband to show your support.

Hilary Duff PSA video scenario

You're a teen-aged girl just going about your business in a store shopping for a new top that you call "so gay" when out pops Hillary Duff to give you a well-needed smack on the wrist:

When you say that's so gay, do you realize what you say? Knock it off.

Not only is it lame and offensive to call something "so gay," it's also way more annoying than smart people using poor grammar.

That's so -- celebrity-stalkerish