Good afternoon and happy Flag Day!
Happy birthday to Lucy Hale, Diablo Cody, Ghostella’s Haunted Tomb
director Stacie Ponder and my Pa!
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There is some serious drama-rama over at the Lifetime Liz & Dick set.
The film’s executive producer Larry A. Thompson dished on working with out actress Lindsay Lohan during an interview with the Hollywood
Two years ago Sizzler patron Liza Friedlander was viciously attacked
by the restaurant’s staff at their Queens, New York location for being
gay. Good news, a New York judge has awarded Friedlander $25,000,
citing the restaurant violated state law by allowing her to be
Friedlander said, “I was attacked and threatened by people yelling
terrible anti-LGBT slurs, throwing things at me and threatening to
sexually assault me. On that day, I felt helpless, humiliated and
frightened, but today I’m so proud that I stood up and did something
about it. No one should have to go through a nightmare like that.”
After Friedlander’s victory, the staff attorney for Lambda Legal,
Natalie Chin, who repped Friedlander issued a statement saying,
“Businesses are not exempt from treating LGBT people with dignity and
Singer Carrie Underwood recently announced her support for marriage equality and, as a result, was treated to a slew of anti-gay tweets. Today GLAAD launched a #SupportCarrie campaign on Twitter. GLAAD is asking that we all show our support by tweeting to Carrie (@carrieunderwood) using #supportcarrie.
On a lighter note, get ready for Ice Age 4: Continental Drift starring
Queen Latifah, Heather Morris and Wanda Sykes.
Out actress Amber Heard gave the death stare while on the red carpet
for Montblanc international gala in Beijing, China.
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Ultra-conservative Michigan mayor Janice Daniels shared her whacked
out opinion that the dangers of the “homosexual lifestyle” are akin to
the dangers of smoking cigarettes. Really? I thought homosexuality caused happiness while cigarettes caused lung cancer.
Rumor has it The Avengers three-hour director’s cut might be heading
to the big screen. Will you go see the director’s cut if it is
released in theaters? With Scarlett Johansson on the bill, I have a
feeling my wife will be dragging me to see this flick whether I want to or
Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris
Mark your calendars! Next Tuesday, June 19, Evita, Sister Act and
Sister Act 2: Back In the Habit will be available on Blu-ray.
Lesbian/Bi Tweet of the Day!
3 Ways‘ Maile Flanagan is currently working her comedic magic in