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The announcement comes more than a week after a player was suspended for making anti-gay slurs on the court.
On Tuesday, "22 Jump Street" star Jonah Hill stopped by "The Tonight Show," and rather than promote his new movie right away, he got things off to a very sobering start first.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC. Hill has been a staunch supporter of gay
B-Man leans forward and whispers in my ear, "When we were writing '-ay' words on our spelling boards today, someone wrote 'gay' and circled it as their favorite word. But someone else said 'gay' was a bad word. But it isn't, right?"
"The Riley Cooper affair" provides a pivotal opportunity for the National Football League to take the lead on this issue by getting its own house in order.
On Feb. 10, Bryant wrote: In 2011, Bryant sparked the wrath of a number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) advocacy
It should also be noted that Key has been an outspoken supporter of marriage equality. Criticizing a sweater worn by radio
"Ford, u should change the name of the mustang to the Ford 'Jeff's a queerloaf' cuz my neighbor Jeff drives one & he's a
How can we expect a public to comply with two people of the same sex who love each other to make a life commitment if television regulations cannot even allow the word "gay" to be broadcasted in a film we all know and (guiltily) love?
Perhaps this is one of the many "lost in translation" words and actions that will continue to occur as our growing Latino community begins to spill over into the rest of the English speaking society.
The other passenger and some Alaska reps thanked Cornell for his help and intervention, Perez Hilton noted. As it turns out
"[The manager] says, ‘What faggots,’" according to Canu, who went on to note that he feared they wouldn't get home if they
Take a look at celebrities and other public figures who have taken heat for allegedly homophobic postings on Twitter: Akpan
I want to reclaim the word. You have probably heard of other people reclaiming offensive language to remove the sting, and now it is the gays' turn.
Last week, during a Q&A for his new movie 'Tower Heist' at the Arclight Theater in Los Angeles, director Brett Ratner sparked
Brett Ratner is out as producer of the 84th Academy Awards show. "He did the right thing for the Academy and for himself
The gaffe, made during a Q&A session following a "Tower Heist" screening, seemed questionable even for the sharp-tongued
"How can the health minister say something so unscientific and irrational?" Nitin Karani, a gay rights activist told a television
And as if being permanently marked with a giant phallus on his back wasn't enough, the victim was also allegedly punched