PIX 11 Lets Random Comedian Defend Roland Martin In Absurd On-Air Rant
Seriously, PIX 11, what the hell? Felonious Munk is a comedian whose vast array of work includes a web series called "Stop It B" (make sure you check out his hilarious take on the "No homo" craze!). Munk visited today's 5:00 PM newscast on New York's PIX 11 to give his take on the controversy over now-suspended CNN commentator Roland Martin's anti-gay Super Bowl tweets. I wish he hadn't.
Howard Stern Comes To The Defense Of Gay People
This is awesome. On his show Monday, Howard Stern went on a 12-minute rant about the "One Million Moms" campaign against Ellen DeGeneres, people who joke about Rosie O'Donnell being a lesbian, anti-gay politicians, and much more. It's worth listening to in its entirety. (via Vulture)
CNN Suspends Roland S. Martin For Homophobic Super Bowl Tweets
Roland S. Martin is about to have even more time to tweet. That's because CNN announced this afternoon that Martin, a contributor to the network, has been suspended indefinitely following a pair of homophobic tweets he wrote during last Sunday's Super Bowl (which, as BuzzFeed pointed out, were representative of a larger anti-gay pattern of his).
Ellen DeGeneres Responds To Anti-Gay "One Million Moms" Group
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.
Did CNN's Roland S. Martin Advocate Violence Against Gay Men?
CNN commentator Roland S. Martin raised eyebrows on Sunday when he seemingly advocated violence against gay men in a series of tweets. Martin has since denied that the tweets were homophobic, but a quick look back on his Twitter timeline reveals a history of questionable statements.
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.