With her fabulous music through the years, her Bob Mackie see-through gowns and her unconditional support of her trans son Chaz, you can’t help but adore Cher and her wacky, wacky ways.
What is up with that crazy, giant, black wig Cher?
Tracy Morgan’s rant was awful, but it was probably intended to be a self-aware joke. Even those, like me, who thought it was hurtful and harmful to our community generally recognize that this terrible joke […]
GLAAD’s Acting President Mike Thompson sent a letter this morning to the FCC which affirms GLAAD’s support for net neutrality and withdraws its support for the pending AT&T merger with T-Mobile, returning the organization to […]
All across the country, Pride is in full swing with events celebrating LGBT folks and the 1969 Stonewall riots that galvanized the modern gay rights movement.
Although Pride Parades have their roots in political action, today they have become a wildly colorful hootenanny, a delicious rainbow colored version of Mardi-Gras. Some think it’s tragic, we think it’s fabulous!
Who knew that our expose over dozens of advocacy groups’ endorsement of the AT&T / T-Mobile merger would lead to a huge shuffling of power at GLAAD? All I wanted to see was GLAAD apologize […]
Rumors were spreading that Madonna was to make a guest appearance on Inside the Actors Studio opposite the deliciously serious James Lipton. Sadly, it was all just gossip.
Today we recreate the hilarity that could have been by having the world’s best Madonna impersonator, the woman of a 1000 voices, Nadya Ginsburg channel an in-depth interview between Lipton and Madonna.
After our sizzling expose of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s bizarre support of the AT&T / T-Mobile merger, the organization, whose main goal is to protecting the image of LGBT people in the media is struggling to protect its own image.
Due to the public outcry over the orgnazations’ endorsement merger, which many consider a sell-out to corporate interests, will ultimately work against the interest of a free and open Internet. And now, El Presidente Jarrett Barrios has offered his resignation.
Tech experts insist the AT&T merger will threaten free speech and openness on the wireless web. So why are many civil rights groups, including the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation endorsing the merger? GLAAD’s support of the merger is being seen as a misguided attempt to curry favor with board members and one of their largest sponsors, AT&T. Joining us today are Jarret Barrios, President of GLAAD, Timothy Karr, Campaign Director for Save the Internet and Daniel Villareal of Queerty to discuss Net Neutrality and GLAAD’s endorsement.