The site guanabee.com recently published a post that included the line “Eva Longoria confronts a bitchy queen who fags out on her.” GLAAD reached out to explain how words and sentiments like these are used to bully LGBT youth in schools and how often these words accompany anti-gay violence. Rather than set an example and stand with LGBT readers, guanabee is defending the post.
Tonight catch an all new Unleashed by Garo on Sundance. Saturday you can see the films Valentine's Day and He's Just Not That Into You. And on Sunday, look for all new episodes of Amazing Race, Desperate Housewives, American Dad, The Good Wife, Cleveland Show, and Boardwalk Empire.
Stanger: "But the gay men, they whip it out at eye lock. They get involved and they find out later if they want a serious relationship." Behar said, "Here's where I think you went wrong, when you make it sound as if all gays are like that.
Today, GLAAD announced that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters account for 2.9 percent of regular characters in primetime scripted broadcast TV for the 2011-12 season. That's down from 3.9 percent in 2010. The report also showed a lack of LGBT people of color and transgender characters.