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‘Nashville’ Season 4 Spoilers: What Is Next For Will Lexington?

At the end of Nashville Season 3, Will decided to make a grand gesture for his new love that involved his outing himself as a gay man to the media. That big reveal will have an impact on his life, and it may not be an easy coming out process, according to the latest spoilers ‘Nashville’ Season 4 Spoilers: What Is Next For Will Lexington? is an article from: The Inquisitr News

Big Issues: Midnighter #2 finds strength in the pride of its gay lead hero

Each week, Big Issues focuses on newly released comic books of significance. This week, it’s Midnighter #2. Written by Steve Orlando (Undertow, Vertigo Quarterly CMYK) with art by Alec Morgan (All-New Captain America Special), Romulo Fajardo Jr. Show More Summary

HuffPost Live: Vatican's 'Big Gay Art Collection' is 'High-End Pornography'

The things you learn watching HuffPost Live! For instance, did you know the Vatican’s art collection is gay enough and dirty enough to earn an NEA grant? That’s the kind of information you pick up from a HuffPost Live interview of a gay ex-Catholic priest, a lesbian activist, and a Yahoo editor.

My Big Gay Libertarian Orgy

PorcFest's annual queer bacchanal is the ultimate, orgiastic catharsis for hundreds of political diehards.

Cookbook Review: Just How Cool Are 'Big Gay Ice Cream' and 'Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream'?

Ten years ago, food writer and cookbook author David Lebovitz was teaching a cooking class, and asked his students, "How many people make ice cream at home?" Recounting the story not too long ago, he said, "A lot of hands shot up. And...Show More Summary

Is ‘Key and Peele”s New Gay Marriage Sketch an Interrogation of Identity Assumptions or a Big “No Homo?”

As Comedy Central readies for the July 8 premiere of Key and Peele‘s new season, the network has released a very topical sketch: Keegan-Michael Key plays a Michigan congressman who’s emphasizing how he cares about everyone during a town hall meeting that’s being recorded and broadcast by C-SPAN — whether they’re young, old, Asian, Hispanic, straight or gay. … Read More

To Make Straight People Say “Fabulous”

Yuppie: I hate you. You totally made me buy this. It’s fabulous!Sales queen: That’s why I’m gay.–Saks Fifth AvenueOverheard by: big spender

Jon Stewart Finds Some 'Good News' For Conservatives In Supreme Court Rulings

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Conservatives may have lost big last week with Supreme Court rulings in favor of both the Affordable Care Act and gay marriage, but Jon Stewart played a clip on Tuesday night showing the right had a couple of big wins this week. "Did the Court reaffirm America as officially awesome?" Stewart wondered. Show More Summary

Gay (Re) Marriage: The Next Big Thing?

2 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Some LGBT couples, like our correspondent and his partner, have had different ceremonies to mark the incremental progress of marriage equality. What does it mean to only marry once?

Haaay Hawkeye: Jeremy Renner Addresses Those Gay Rumors

Jeremy Renner Addresses Gay Rumors Apparently, there’s a big rumor going around the Internet that Avengers star Jeremy Renner has a thing for the fellas. The recently divorced father of one said quite simply…he doesn’t care if you t...

Walmart, Comcast Celebrate Gay Pride

One photo showed a big rainbow flag being unfurled as the Walmart logo could be seen in the background.

Open Enrollment For Gay Reparations Beginning Soon, According To Anonymous Moron

We’re guessing this one has only a thin hope of joining ACORN and Jade Helm 15 in the Great Big Catalogue of Rightwing Fears, but let’s document the specimen just in case it manages to thrive. Over at Gateway Pundit, Stupidest GuestShow More Summary

The Other Winner in the Supreme Court's Wild Week: Big Business

It's tempting to see the Supreme Court's decisions last week to uphold Obamacare and legalize gay marriage as wildly divergent from its decision on Monday to strike down

‘Decline in Moral Values’ Likely to be Big Topic in 2016 Debate

Last week's Supreme Court decision all but ended the debate about the legality of gay marriage in America. Yet there is ample reason to think it has arrived at the beginning of another trend: a rise in the importance some voters attach to cultural issues in the 2016 presidential campaign.

The (Monday) Morning After: A Conversation About Obergefell With David Lat

ReplyAll conversationalist Zach Abramowitz chats with Above the Law managing editor David Lat about the Supreme Court's big gay marriage ruling.

A Big Week for the Supremes

This has been a busy week for the Supreme Court, which came down with three much-anticipated decisions. The first was the decision on same-sex marriage (Obergefell v. Hodges ). As a libertarian, I have absolutely no problem with gay couples enjoying the same legal rights as heterosexual ones. Show More Summary

Liberals Liked the Supreme Court Even Before Big Rulings

The Supreme Court was substantially more popular with those on the political left than those on the political right, even before last week's historic decisions on gay right and health-case subsidies.

Big brands chime in on the SCOTUS ruling on gay marriage

History was made Friday with the SCOTUS decision legalizing gay marriage nationwide. The decision has sparked excitement from big brands and disappointment. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

Newswire: The people behind The Bible are making a NASCAR show

America is on a bit of a hot streak, what with most people finally agreeing that the Confederate flag is dumb and racist, and the Supreme Court declaring that gay marriage is totally cool. That means that this year we need to go bigger than beer, fireworks, and American flag T-shirts from Old Navy for America’s birthday. Show More Summary

When, Exactly, Did Pride Become A Party For Straight Teens?

Answer: Sometime over the last ten years or so, in part because gay people are more largely accepted and everyone gets to celebrate that, and because teenagers and college students love a big party. [ more › ]

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