As the Supreme Court discusses whether or not it’s fair that everyone can express their love legally, it’s interesting to note that this scene from The Golden Girls pretty much summed up the argument in favor of equality more than twenty years ago. Picture it: Miami..
Dennis Rodman managed to find the time between not-being-famous-anymore and piercing appointments at Claire’s in the mall to go to North Korea and giggle with his new BFF, Kim Jong-Un. But trust me. It won’t last.
We don’t get too political around here, but the moments leading up to Senator Marco Rubio taking a quick drink of water during the Republican Rebuttal was just WEIRD.
Jorge Valencia, the CEO and Executive Director, talked about his own difficult coming out story, working for President Clinton and his work with the Point Foundation.
Can you picture former President Bill Clinton taking out the bad guys with the cast of THE EXPENDABLES? Well if Sylvester Stallone had his way, it might just happen!
Comedian Joe Wenke is the author of You Got to Be Kidding, described as a Bill Maher take on religion, shutting down myths and stories as he probably irritates the entire Bible belt. The very second I heard he referred to…
Felice Newman, publisher of Cleis Press since 1980 and an author herself, wishes to change the modern day attitude regarding feminism as a naughty word.
On the day of the President’s historic second inauguration, Obama didn’t take the many emotional moments for granted. Including this one, where he turns to the crowd to take in the view, remarking “I want to take a look one more time. I’m not going to see this again.”
Animal rights activism and entertainment seem to go hand in hand. Every week, it seems another actor goes vegan for political reasons. Just before Halloween, Jan Creamer of Animal Defenders International awarded Bob Barker, the original Hollywood vegan activist, for…
With all the worry and troubles and tragedy in the world today, sometimes you just need something like this to remind you of the innocence that still exists. Below is a picture posted on President Obama’s Twitter page, featuring the…
Despite rumors, I don’t believe Diane Sawyer was drunk during her coverage on election night. That said, there are compliation videos of her eccentricities online. If anything, I imagine she was pretty darn tired.
If this video is legit, then it’s disturbing no matter who you want to win. A Pennsylvania voter has uploaded a clip of himself in the voting machine, trying to click the ‘Obama’ button, but shows the Romney box being checked. Let the legal chaos begin.
It’s hard to ignore that this intro begs for something something irony, something something hot air, something. I’m not editorializing, but no matter whose side you’re on, you have to admit this would be embarrassing.
All those status and tweets about the election? They may not change someone’s mind about who they support… but they WILL get more people to vote, and convince some of the undecided voters. (And more than ever, every vote counts.) Check out this cool graphic from opensite.org about how social media will effect the election this year.
Oh politics and Hollywood…when the two get mixed together, some crazy things can happen. (Just ask Clint Eastwood!) And today, we bring you one of those crazy things, and promise you that you will NOT be disappointed!
This minute and a half clip is filled with hysterical political commentary! (And, you can see who Homer votes for.) Very funny, but then sad when you realize that many of the jokes are funny because they’re true.
Clint Eastwood was supposed to be the golden ticket of the Republic National Convention. He was the one celebrity legend that everyone would get behind to support Mitt Romney for president. But now, after weeks of backing his wonderful invisible Obama speech, even Eastwood is admitting that Romney’s people were “dumb” to ask him to speak.
In his first interview since speaking at the Republican National Convention, Clint Eastwood is defending his spur-of-the-moment decision to talk to a chair, even if everyone else is still scratching their heads.
Actor Kal Penn made a very good argument at the Democratic National Convention last night for having the coolest boss ever, but it ain’t exactly President Obama…