On the “30 Rock” episode, Tracy Jordan, the character Morgan plays, sparked a protest after making a couple of ridiculous gay-oriented jokes at a club date. A contrite Jordan mistakenly apologizes to the makers of Glad bags, rather than to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, known as GLAAD.Read more "Same difference"
“I took a trip out to California last week, where I had some productive bilateral talks with your leader, Lady Gaga. She was wearing 16-inch heels. She was eight feet tall. It was a little intimidating,” President Obama joked to some 3,000 gay rights activists during his keynote address at the annual dinner of the […]Read more "Marginalizing ourselves"
Actually, that’s not fair. Amos and Andy were offensive caricatures, no doubt, but were not vain, shallow, materialistic, melodramatic, backstabbing gossips like the offensive caricatures on MTVGay’s “The A List.” Yet the Petty Queer Establishment is silent. They must be busy searching for offensive language in the DVD release of a Ron Howard movie no […]Read more "Gaymos and Dandy return"
I think most would agree the public apology is played out. First, Anthony Weiner couldn’t shut up about his dick. Now Tracy Morgan is on an apology tour, sponsored by GLAAD, following his recent anti-gay rant. Surely you know the drill. GLAAD will grant absolution in exchange for a series of highly choreographed mea culpas […]Read more "Contrived contrition"
AT&T is lining up support for its acquisition of T-Mobile from a slew of liberal groups with no obvious interest in telecom deals — except that they’ve received big piles of AT&T’s cash. In recent weeks, the NAACP, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation and the National Education Association have each issued public statements […]Read more "Quid pro crock"
I’ve avoided “Glee” like chlamydia. As I understand it’s an inspirational musical featuring a slew of nonsensical celebrity cameos. Might as well be a buddy comedy starring Robin Williams and Adam Sandler, directed by Michael Bay. But it’s even worse than I thought. Recently “Glee” creator Ryan Murphy ripped Kings of Leon after the once-interesting […]Read more "‘Glee’ even more insufferable than I imagined"
Any difference between the gay mascots that populate reality TV and this hideous caricature (played by Meshach Taylor of “Designing Women” fame) from 20 years ago?Read more "This is what progress looks like"
News flash: GLAAD is offended! The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is demanding an apology from SNL over a recent sketch about estrogen replacement theory. Lives are at risk, apparently. This Saturday, on an airing of Saturday Night Live, NBC (a subsidiary of Comcast) broadcast a dangerous and blatantly transphobic segment which they called […]Read more "More hyperbole from the professionally aggrieved"
Chick-fil-A is the best fast food chain in America. Period. They’re efficient, courteous and consistent. I could care less about their CEO’s politics. The Atlanta-based company has come under fire from gay rights groups for supplying food to an event sponsored by the Pennsylvania Family Institute, which has worked to defeat same-sex marriage initiatives. (I […]Read more "Chick-fil-A may not like me, but I like Chick-fil-A"
Did you know GLAAD stands for the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation? Just last week the media arm of the Petty Queer Establishment harrumphed that “gay” is a slur and demanded its removal from a new Ron Howard comedy. So why the hypocrisy, GLAAD? And how come your acronym hasn’t expanded? Where’s the “T’ and the […]Read more "ATLmalcontent charges GLAAD with ‘hurtful, dehumanizing’ language"
Check out the house my old L.A. buddy (for the uninitiated) just purchased:Read more "Meanwhile, I live in a one-bedroom apartment"
GLAAD took time off from planning its next awards ceremony to play national scold, charging director Ron Howard with contributing to anti-gay bullying. In Howard’s new film “The Dilemma,” a character played by Vince Vaughn says “electric cars are gay” then explains that he doesn’t mean “homosexual, gay, but, you know, my parents are chaperoning […]Read more "The Petty Queer Establishment vs. Richie Cunningham"
I finally endured about 15 minutes of “The A-List,” a truly wretched new reality show about callow gay Mahattanites. Stepin Fetchit eating a watermelon outside a fried chicken shack would only be a tad less offensive. If I lived in Kansas and popular entertainment provided my only exposure to gays, I’d hate us, too. Yet […]Read more "Next, on ‘The Real JAP’s of Hymietown’ …"
Looks like Logo has all its stereotypes in order for their new reality show, “The A-List.” Bet you won’t hear a peep from GLAAD or any other affiliates of the Petty Queer Establishment about this newest gay minstrel show. Watch the trailer here.Read more "Gay network provides ammo for homophobes"
“It is with great pride that GLAAD honors MTV with our highest mark of excellence in recognition of the network’s commitment to fair and accurate representation of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community,” said GLAAD president Jarrett Barrios in a statement. If the token gay guy from whatever season’s “The Real World” is “an […]Read more "The Petty Queer Establishment strikes again"