Whitney Houston was to lend her image to a campaign urging an end to bullying based on "your color, your sexual orientation, or how much you weigh," but her death in a Beverly Hills hotel room prevented the photo shoot from happening.
Keza MacDonald: "Games take a lot of flak for being a fairly un-inclusive medium, made by young straight men for young straight men and mildly offensive to everyone else. Listen to much popular discourse on video games, and you'll come away with the impression that they (and their players) are overwhelmingly sexist, immature, and unwelcoming to anybody outside of that traditional demographic.
Fran Drescher, star of TV Land's Happily Divorced, will officiate marriages of three same-sex couples who win the Facebook contest "Fran Drescher's 'Love Is Love' Gay Marriage Contest" in New York City on March 6.
Okay, they’re only really the “top” fourteen in that they’re some of our personal favorites of all time, but if you’re looking for a great romance to curl up on the couch and watch with a Valentine’s date, here are fourteen memorable LGBT love stories worth seeing any day of the year.
What little gay boy hasn't lip-synched for his life to a Whitney Houston song? She was the mother of pop, clearing the way for Mariah, Celine, Christina, Adele, and many others. Whitney took the power ballad to cataclysmic heights — and it's a tell-tale sign of a pure songstress when it's not only difficult to sing her songs, but, as any drag queen will tell you, even lip-synching a Whitney Houston song is no easy task. With her intricate melodies, the signature phrasing and polished modulations, Whitney Elizabeth Houston was the voice.