Bret Easton Ellis insists on asserting his "dudeness" by publicly splitting himself from the "elf gays." For Ellis there seems to be no realness, no masculinity, no power (and perhaps no self) without a despised, feminine, vulnerable foil.
I spoke with actress and model Milla Jovovich, Jersey Shore's Snooki, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo's Mama June, The Real Housewives of New York's Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, and Jennifer Tyrrell, who was ousted as den leader of her son's Boy Scout troop because she's gay.
With this week's Supreme Court cases on everyone's mind, I had the opportunity to ask LGBT leaders, straight allies and members of the entertainment industry about their spin on issues of LGBT equality, which I've compiled in this exclusive audio montage.
GLAAD's ability to jump on the trans rights bandwagon is easy enough because they've already shown they can and that they care. What they've yet to show is how they'll do so without repeating the mistakes the cis LBG and straight people routinely make.
This month's GLAAD Media Awards ceremony in New York City was packed with celebrities, but Madonna was the woman on everyone's minds. On the red carpet I asked a few VIPs about their favorite Madonna videos and got some fun and interesting answers.
Last week I was on hand at the GLAAD Media Awards to interview the famous stars attending the event, including Bernadette Peters, Snooki, Mama June and more! I also had the opportunity to sit down with Justin Vivian Bond to discuss V's extensive career and fascinating coming-out story.
What was gained by her choice to wear the Boy Scouts uniform and hurl insults at the organization? If we as a community know firsthand the sting of hate, sarcasm, discrimination and public humiliation, why do we continue to use them as weapons in our arsenal?