From Cyrus to Syria.
From Cyrus to Syria.
“The world of sport is definitely starting to do its part in making it a place that is inclusive and safe for athletes to be their true selves,” speed skater Blake Skjellerup says. Although there is much more progress to be made, a moment this week showed how much the world has changed for gay men in sports.
From Jason Collins and Anderson Cooper to the rise of all-digital TV series, showrunner and star Brad Bell, exec. producer Jane Espenson, and costar Sean Hemeon discuss how their small-scaled show has made an enormous impact.
Jason Collins joins the Boston gay pride parade.
Bravo’s Andy Cohen gets political. A big fan of the first lady, Cohen talks about hosting a Democratic LGBT fundraising event next week — and how he hopes to get married.
Well played, Jarron.
Why nobody watched Howard Kurtz on Howard Kurtz on Reliable Sources.
Chuck is the man.
The CNN media critic used the first 15 minutes of his Reliable Sources show Sunday to apologize for a rash of recent reporting errors. Even lower ratings than usual.
Although some can still be bought — for a price and your health.
Your entire life was a lie. If the core isn’t bad for you, what else weren’t we told?
Congressman Joe Kennedy, Collins’ old Stanford roommate, was instrumental in the NBA center coming out as gay.
So maybe he’s not perfect. But who else is going to host Reliable Sources ? UPDATE: CNN caved.
And he’s been out for two months.
And now he is no longer with The Daily Beast.
As brilliantly stated by Jon Stewart.
The host of CNN’s Reliable Sources tried to call out the media’s positive coverage of the first openly gay NBA player. He failed.
LeRoy Butler took a stand on behalf of Collins.
It’s a slippery slope, guys.
Jason Collins gave his first interview after coming out to ABC News correspondent George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America.
He also becomes the first pro athlete to use Jason Collins’ coming-out as an opportunity to condemn homosexuality.
“America should be proud.”
Collins’ Sports Illustrated cowriter followed up with a piece on what the first openly gay male NBA player’s monumental Monday was like.
Yeah, the historic moment of the first active male professional athlete coming out of the closet isn’t compelling at all. You’re totally right, Francesa.
Chris Broussard’s public history of couching intolerance against gays as part of his religious beliefs goes back several years.