Every time I hear or read anything about Caitlyn Jenner, the first thing I think of is Can't Stop the Music. That's the disco movie extravaganza in which Olympic gold medal winner and Wheaties cover boy Bruce Jenner played their first, and last, film acting role.
Of course I know who Scott Evans is. He's the kid brother of Chris Evans and has made a name for himself in his own right with a memorable turn on One Life to Live. I just don't know him. But try telling that to Facebook.
On Monday, September 17, Hundreds found shelter from the pouring rain aboard the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum on the Hudson River in NYC. All there to commemorate the first anniversary of the repeal of the military's ban on openly gay and lesbian service members.
No more aging D.J.'s to get all the grandparents from Miami and New York and The Los Angeles Valley to dance to the Village People's "YMCA," because the Village People will finally be allowed to get married, and in high style at that.
Can I honestly say that by virtue of my station in life that I am inherently contributing more to civilization than a woman in a spangly tutu dancing in front of blue screen projections of herself dancing in a spangly tutu?