The girl’s mother discovered threatening messages on her Instagram telling the little girl to kill herself and that she deserves to die.
Kevin Keller gets his first kiss and a dose of homophobia.
And it’s causing a pretty big headache for whoever is running Kmart’s Twitter account.
Archie comics will feature out character Kevin Keller and his boyfriend kissing, but the plot that follows reflects a real life controversy.
The store’s popular “Ship Me Pants” commercial (over 11 million YouTube views) has offended the Christian fundamentalists.
The new ABC Family drama series features two moms doing their best to raise a multi-ethnic family mix of foster and biological kids. The show premieres June 3rd.
The spot was the first ad Ellen shot for JCPenney and, of course, it supposedly “offend[ed] a huge majority of their customers.”
In it, a young woman makes out with a “walrus.” A “walrus” named Bobby.
Go Ellen! Last week, a Christian group called One Million Moms called on JC Penney to fire new spokesperson Ellen DeGeneres because she’s gay. JC Penney then released a statement saying it stands by DeGeneres. Now, in a clip that will air on her show Wednesday, DeGeneres gives her two cents.