Ils se filment main dans la main pour dénoncer l'homophobie en Russie
Tournée à Moscou en caméra cachée, la vidéo a déjà été vue plus de 1 million de fois sur Youtube. «Ces passants n'ont eu aucun regret, ils estimaient que leurs réactions étaient justes», raconte l'un des auteurs à BuzzFeed France.
Leno Compares Russia's Anti-LGBT Treatment To Nazi Germany In 1933
"When I was in school, they never told you how did that happen. Well, okay. Hitler becomes dictator, and he rounds up all the jews. 'Yeah, but how did...' This is how it starts," comedian Jay Leno says. Leno and President Obama also talked about Russia's anti-LGBT laws when the president appeared on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday.
Inspiring "It Gets Better" Music Video To Lady Gaga's "Hair"
This is amazing. Colton James Boettcher wanted to make a different kind of "It Gets Better" video, so he teamed up with Madison, Wisconsin's LGBT community for this music video, set to Lady Gaga's "Hair." Come for the sick choreography, stay for the inspiring message.
Don't You Hate It When People Block Your View of Hate Parades?
According to this irony-free video, it is unfair for peaceful protesters to block one family's view of a hate parade, but it is totally fair to support an organization that thinks certain people should not be allowed to marry the people they love. Via Queerty.
Michael Stipe, "Twat Waffle"
The R.E.M. frontman has been allegedly been dubbed "Twat Waffle" by Sara Barron, a former waitress at a trendy New York restaurant who claims - in her upcoming memoir People Are Unappealing - that he and his posse rang up a bill of $2000 and left no tip after dining for over five hours.
"He's Just Not That Into You" Gay Backlash
The rom-com about unlucky ladies and gentlemen in love (imagine that!) is looming on the horizon, and apparently the marginal characters - or "three gays and a Black guy" - prove to be almost as insulting as the fact that He's Just Not That Into You was made into a movie.
eHarmony Forced To Admit Gays Exist
The dating site, which exclusively serves a heterosexual audience (no surprise, given that it's chair is Neil Clark Warren, an evangelical Christian), has settled a court complaint by paying a $50K fine, and is now preparing to launch Compatible Partners for gays, which will - oddly enough - use the exact same questionnaire employed by eHarmony.