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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

Gay Wedding Etiquette

(Steven Hayward) We’re featured the humor of Key & Peele here before (remember “Curse the Brilliant TSA!“), but I’m not sure they can get away with sketches like these much longer–certainly not on a college campus. I especially likeShow More Summary

Key & Peele Town Hall Sketch Keeps Creeping on ‘Gay’ Audience Member

last monthNews : Mediaite

It's no "Don't tase me, bro!" moment, but the sketch sums up just how ridiculous media coverage of "Town Hall" meetings has become.

Key and Peele’s New Sketch Reveals the World’s Most Reluctant Ambassador for Gay Marriage

In Key & Peele’s newest sketch, a white-haired politician (Keegan-Michael Key) addresses his Michigan constituency to send a simple message: Government should work for everyone, whether they’re young, old, Asian, Hispanic, straight, or gay. Show More Summary

The Purge

2 months agoHumor : Funny or Die

The Purge 2:28 For 12 continuous hours all crime is legal within the United States... Submitted by: Hush Money Sketch Regular Keywords: the purge anarchy purge anarchy gay marriage marriage equality hush money hush money sketch josh wallace adam brant alex zingardo luke jensen captured LA george coffey monika scott Views: 18

Bruce McCulloch Explains How 'The Kids In The Hall' Kept Their Gay Comedy Edgy In The 1980s

It's been 20 years since "The Kids In The Hall" went off the air in 1995. It was a time when homosexuality was much less mainstream than it is today, but that didn't stop the comedy series from airing sketches that tackled gay humorShow More Summary

Bruce McCulloch Explains How 'The Kids In The Hall' Kept Their Gay Comedy Edgy In The 1980s

3 months agoNews : Huffington Post

It's been 20 years since "The Kids In The Hall" went off the air in 1995. It was a time when homosexuality was much less mainstream than it is today, but that didn't stop the comedy series from airing sketches that tackled gay humorShow More Summary

Three Reasons Gay Men Exist (And One Myth)

5 months agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

YouTubers Alex and his alter ego Xander want to know why feeling good often means being “bad.” So they’re going to use science, sketch comedy and a little skin to get at the core of taboo topics and pleasures. Introducing the new Queerty column, The Science of Sin. Aspiring GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson thinks homosexuality is […]

Gay Iconography: Carol Burnett Is A Sketch Comedy Queen

7 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

She’s won Golden Globes, Emmy Awards, a Peabody, and more, but if there is one piece of hardware associated with the great Carol Burnett, it’s a curtain rod. The absolute queen of sketch comedy, Burnett is responsible for some of...

Watch Crazy Eyes Lampoon Token Gay TV Characters on SNL

8 months agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

SNL sketch lampoons token gay TV characters (with the help of Crazy Eyes) read more

Stephen Guarino Is The Gay Stephen Colbert In The Straight Out Report

9 months agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

If Stephen Guarino’s name isn’t instantly recognizable, you likely know his scene-stealing work in films (the popular BearCity comedies) and on TV (Logo’s The Big Gay Sketch Show). The out comic actor made his most unforgettable impression as Penny’s best gay pal Derrick (scream it with me, “DRAMA!”) in the gone-too-soon sitcom Happy Endings (if you missed the series […]

'Key & Peele' Season 4: Watch the 'Gay Wedding Advice' sketch before the premiere

"Key & Peele" begins its fourth season Wednesday (Sept. 24), and an early look at one of the sketches from the episode reveals Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are on their game.In the sketch above, Key plays a gay co-worker of Peele's...Show More Summary

'Meet The McCardles' Hilariously Tackles 'Ex-Gay' Therapy

'Ex-Gay' therapy is perhaps one of the biggest threats to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth in America -- and what better way to skewer how ridiculous it is than through some good ol' sketch comedy. This hilarious video,...Show More Summary

Godzilla Denier Insists Gay Marriage Caused Monster

Is Godzilla the result of man's impact on the environment... or gay marriage? We may never know. But one thing is for sure, there is absolutely no scientific explanation for it. Watch above as sketch comedy team Wildcats perfectly mocks climate change deniers by casting all of their arguments against a giant monster instead of global warming. Show More Summary

News: Harvey Fierstein, Nashville, Saturn, James Franco, Catfish

last yearLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Gay student files suit in Florida after being denied in-state tuition. Saturn was occulted by the Moon this week and an amateur astronomer snapped this photo. James Franco defends plagiarizing artist's nude sketches of Seth Rogen: “Some other artist took...

Tom Goss - Illuminate The Dark

last yearLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via press release: Teaming up with Michael Serrato (Big Gay Sketch Show, Neil’s Puppet Dreams, DWV Music Videos), the video was shot in two days in Los Angeles. The video features veteran turned model and actor Alex Minsky, whose motivational story of losing his leg at war has landed him on The View, The Today Show, GMA, and Jay Leno. Show More Summary

SNL Caps 'Spider-Man' Skit with 'Weird' Gay Kiss Between Chris Martin and Andrew Garfield: VIDEO

last yearLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Gay panic provided the punchline on SNL last night in a sketch about Hollywood kiss scenes punctuated by a meeting of the lips between Coldplay's Chris Martin and Spider-Man actor Andrew Garfield to which they couldn't (at least to the...

‘Portlandia’s’ “Disappointing GaySketch Looks Very Familiar

A few years ago, my good friend Mikala Bierma and I made a web series called Disappointing Gay Best Friend. It was successful in a specific way: a number of sites sites shared the videos (such as Jezebel, Salon, The Awl, and BuzzFeed),...Show More Summary

Pushing The Envelope

Itella, the Finnish postal service, has approved stamp designs based on the homoerotic art of Touko Laaksonen, aka Tom of Finland: Laaksonen remains a towering and iconic figure in the gay art scene. His sketches, often explicit, were...Show More Summary

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