It bothers me that Perez apologized for being offended by such an offensive comment. It bothers me even more that she shifted the issue from Osbourne's problematic comment to her sensitivity. Dear Rosie, you were not being too sensitive. Please stop apologizing.
You really believed that you were being much more open-minded, much more attuned to the Latino community than Trump could ever be. But see, that's the thing with microaggresions; you think you're being helpful, but in reality, you're not. At. All.
While it can be argued that Osborne's comments did not come with cruel intentions, the example she used, quite frankly, was cruel.
Jeffrey Sanker is the most iconic gay party promoter of our time. He is the man behind The White Party-Palm Springs, which is the largest gay dance festival in the world. This year's festival is right around the corner, so it was the perfect time to ask Jeffrey 15 questions.
The increasingly sad story of E!'s deteriorating franchise Fashion Police has become a case study in what not to do when producing a television program. It's a horrid mess, rather than a hot one, and everyone involved has made remarkably poor choices along the way.
Last weekend I had the pleasure of watching San Francisco electro duo Double Duchess perform at Stargayzer Festival in Austin, and this week they have followed up that performance with an equally mesmerizing music video for their new single, "Good Girl Freak Out."
So when Disney Television Animation decided to build a show around the Seven Dwarfs, how did they give this new animated series its own identity?
Colbie Caillat: "I love vinyl. My parents raised us listening to that, with the importance of how music sounds, and the quality and everything. So yes, I have a record player and I love listening to it."
I want Sharon Osbourne to be my best friend. This won't happen, of course, but a girl can dream. I don't know her personally, but I've had two interactions with 'The Talk' host. Once, circa 2002, when we both attended a White House Correspondents' Dinner after-party in Washington, D.C. where she was a guest, and I was on duty -- mingling with other high-profile celebrities, Red Carpet style, to get quick quotes for Us Weekly.
Bootsy Bellows, one of LA's top hot spots known for it's celebrity clientele put on quite the Halloween party last week.
Guests filled the Los Angeles Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza (the largest ballroom in Los Angeles) and rocked as Taio Cruz sang Dynamite. Elton John joyfully performed Tiny Dancer, Rocket Man, Your Song and many of his classic hits.
Gray hair may not be for everyone, but aging is. The question is: To dye or not to dye; where do you stand?
Avant-garde filmmaker John Roecker offers an underground alternative to It's a Wonderful Life this Christmas Eve, when he debuts his latest short film Jesus of Suburbia Loves Whatsername.
As a lifelong LGBT ally and friend, I feel it is my duty to not only apologize for my wrong but to also correct it. The word "tr*nny" is a derogatory and hurtful word. I was completely ignorant to this. This is a word I will no longer use or allow.
At the close of NYFW, I headed to a cabin where nobody could see my freshly scrubbed face and, yes, Ugg boots. Turns out, I'm not alone in this deep-seated desire to shelve my five-inch Alaïa booties and nurture my inner bum.