The majesty of political correctness allows me to say jokes other people can't. That's because of comedy's golden rule: Thou Shalt Not Insult a Group You Don't Belong To.
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Picture it: we finally live on a queer planet and the patriarchy is dead... but so is everyone else. This is the concept
'Ex-Gay' therapy is perhaps one of the biggest threats to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth in America
So what really happens to those "ex-gays" once they convert and try to embrace a "straight lifestyle" anyways? In this witty
Nonetheless, Maher's comments were shrugged off by outspoken LGBT rights advocate Dan Savage, who joked that if a gay mafia
As to how that brand of comedy would fare today, Grier noted, "The politics and the social awareness of today [are] different
Even though there's so much gay representation on TV, many of these characters are one dimensional. Here's a list of gay artists creating content on the Internet that is honest, sometimes funny, sometimes sad, and always original.
It's been an intense week of debate about some rather heavy topics, so when Miss Coco Peru released this hilarious video
"Rubin Report" host and comedian Dave Rubin recalled his own coming out experience, which he described as his "defining moment