Taking a page from The Bad Girls Club, a group of drag queens got into an all-out brawl at the Miss Gay 2013 pageant in Tarapoto, Peru. It took security guards to pull the girls apart. Don’t get any ideas, Mimi Imfurst!
Um, the banner for the Family Research Council’s Call2Fall rally against the SCOTUS ruling makes us think of something but we just can’t put our mouth, er finger on it.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is bigtime sorries for deleting pro-equality comments on his Facebook page. Pence had commented that he supported a ban on same-sex marriage in his state. But advocates of equality say their responses were deleted simply because they disagreed, not because they were being inappropriate. A Republican not playing fair? We’ve near heard of such a thing!
The Westboro Baptist Church says it will picket an upcoming concert by One Direction because the boy band is “a perfect representation of this filthy world and the sin-chasing, fag-enabling, God-hating, Christ-rejecting UK.” Well, okay then.
It looks like Defiance star Grant Bowler (right) is pushing Jon Hamm off the “Biggest Bulge in Hollywood” pedestal: At the Despicable Me 2 premiere, the rugged Kiwi sported a major something in his trousers. We don’t think that’s despicable at all.
Handsome (and gay) State Representative Brian Sims told Philadelphia Weekly he’s going to introduce a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania.”[The Supreme Court rulings] helped light the fire under my colleagues to do it now.”
Even though Chris Christie dropped a big ol’ turd on marriage equality in New Jersey, the state Senate voted 28-9 to approved a ban on so-called gay-conversion therapy. With the bill passing in the House, and Christie thankfully backing it, the measure it likely to be made into law.
After a anti-Semitic rant in 2011 that cost him his post at Dior, fashion rebel John Galliano tried to rehab his image (well, a little) during an interview with Charlie Rose. Expect the usual litany of excuses.