If Glee had been on TV when I was growing up, I would have watched it addictively. Thank goodness for people like me, that Glee has arrived.
What happens when you take Photoshop out of the equation? We're left with models and performers who are still under an enormous amount of pressure to go to enormous lengths to make their bodies look a certain way.
Love isn't on the internet's roughly 1500 online dating sites, which despite annual revenues now in the billions, have reduced the mate-selection process to something akin to ordering off a Chinese take-out menu.
Being really frakkin' geeky is in - Stan Lee is responsible for approximately half of the summer blockbusters this year (again), Glee is at Comic Con,...
In celebration of National LGBT Pride Month, it's time to put together a list of the best LGBT characters from movies and TV shows.
Parental shame is a two-way street, and my kid is already pedaling down it -- in the pink tricycle he insisted we buy him. Will I embarrass my son? Sure. That's a given. But that dude is going to shame me, too.
Epenson weighed in on the recent geek girl discussion that made Twitter explode and gave us a peek at what she watches in her downtime and the shows she's got coming up next.
One could argue time restraints on GMA caused the singer to shorten the tune. But Glee? Really?!
There is no time like the present to look back on the best series and performances of the last year and offer serious advice on who belongs where.
I don't care about ordinary people trying to win cash or get famous for no reason. I want to watch talented people engaged in a process or activity that is authentic to them.
The red carpet was true blue and the night officially Rökk'd but those attending the recent 22nd annual GLAAD Media Awards were genuinely moved by the heroic efforts the famed organization has executed over the last 25 years.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that karma has become a ubiquitous shorthand for reap-what-you-sow justice. The term crops up increasingly in song lyrics, sitcoms, news and casual conversation.
Maybe Bachmann is confused and thinks there are different kinds of gays -- the bad ones who sodomize and the goody-goody Glee type that harmonize.
John Stamos showcased some great acting in his Law & Order: SVU appearance, especially during an interrogation scene with Chris Meloni when he talked about his natural male urge to procreate.
Just as Kurt and Karofsky finally make amends, someone else is wreaking havoc at McKinley High. This time, it's not a homophobic high school football player, but anti-gay culture critic Dan Gainor.
Despite Adler portraying a bully of frightening proportions, viewers appear to have rallied around the closeted and confused Karofsky and the young actor who portrays him.