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Darren Criss (Glee) and Joe Jonas (Jonas Brothers) have been spotted holding hands in public! A lot!
It seems that after several artists and celebrities like Ricky Martin and now Anderson Cooper have finally taken out their homosexuality, others have now taken the courage and are not afraid to show off their support of homosexuality; even though they are not homosexual. This is the case of singer Joe Jonas and actor Darren Criss.
The two were spotted holding hands walking normally without much concern to conceal the new on screen Glee relationship.
UMMM ok…. It’s official, everyone is going Gay! Even pretend Gay! Still, I love it!
So Im weak at the knees for mature middle aged men, especially educated, opinionated, rugged men. And one that I’m all about is that Platinum Fox Anderson Cooper. yes he’s hot don’t let that clean cut image fool you. Ever see him shooting photography and doing journalism on site in Africa? WOOF!
So in case you didn’t know which how could you not; but in case you didn’t, Anderson Cooper is a handsome beautiful GAY man. While many people have known about Anderson’s sexual orientation he’s pretty much never really spoken on the subject from his personal relationship to it. Well today Anderson came out of the three quarters already opened closet to the mass public! I hope this doesn’t change they way ignorant Americans watch CNN cause he’s an amazing corespondent. Wait Ignorant Americans don’t watch CNN ok well then. Enjoy a little Baha for this hot summery monday! -KM
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This past Friday, Nike launched #BETRUE, a series of shoes commemorating Pride month. The three pairs of shoes in the series are inspired by three different cities with robust gay communities: NYC, San Francisco and Portland. As each of the three cities are quite different, the pairs of shoes have their own personality, too: the New York shoe is more tailored and fashionable while the San Francisco is a bit more edgy (think black leather) while Portland is something completely different. If you want a pair of the shoes, you’ll have to make a pilgrimage to one of these three cities pick them up; each is only sold in its respective city.
While the designs of the shoes are pretty slick (you can see a video of some sort of launch party where the shoes’ designer, Shawn Ormsby, is introduced and says a sentence about the shoes) the #BETRUE shoes are just one aspect of Nike’s commitment to visibility and Pride. On the same day that the shoes launched, Nike hosted the first global summit focused on eliminating anti-LGBT discrimination from sports. That’s a pretty big step in the right direction.
P.S. The #BETRUE slogan is not new for Nike. Sans hashtag Be True was the original Nike Dunks campaign slogan in 1985, the first time team colors were used in collegiate footwear.
(story via http://thefoxisblack.com)
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BREAKING: Another Federal Judge Strikes Down DOMA
By Igor Volsky on Jun 6, 2012 at 5:11 pm
Another federal judge has struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), finding the law unconstitutional. The victory comes in the case of Edie Windsor, who was seeking a refund of the federal estate tax paid by the estate of her late wife. From the ruling:
“The Court declares that section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional as applied to the Plaintiff. Plaintiff is awarded judgment in the amount of $353,053.00, plus interest and costs allowed by law.”
It’s another loss for Paul Clement and House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-OH) Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group of the House of Representatives (“BLAG”), who had claimed that her homosexuality was a “choice.”
Windsor’s attorneys had argued that “DOMA violates the Equal Protection principles of the U.S. Constitution because it recognizes existing marriages of heterosexual couples, but not of same-sex couples, despite the fact that New York State treats all marriages the same.”
More from the ruling: “It does not follow from the exclusion of one group from federal benefits (same-sex married persons) that another group of people (opposite-sex married couples) will be incentivized to take any action, whether that is marriage or procreations.”
Story via thinkprogress.org
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BOSTON — A federal appeals court Thursday declared that the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutionally denies federal benefits to married gay couples, a groundbreaking ruling all but certain to wind up before the U.S. Supreme Court.
In its unanimous decision, the three-judge panel of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston said the 1996 law that defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman deprives gay couples of the rights and privileges granted to heterosexual couples.
The court didn’t rule on the law’s more politically combustible provision, which said states without same-sex marriage cannot be forced to recognize gay unions performed in states where it’s legal. It also wasn’t asked to address whether gay couples have a constitutional right to marry.
The law was passed at a time when it appeared Hawaii would legalize gay marriage. Since then, many states have instituted their own bans on gay marriage, while eight states have approved it, led by Massachusetts in 2004.
The court, the first federal appeals panel to deem the benefits section of the law unconstitutional, agreed with a lower court judge who ruled in 2010 that the law interferes with the right of a state to define marriage and denies married gay couples federal benefits given to heterosexual married couples, including the ability to file joint tax returns.
“For me, it’s more just about having equality and not having a system of first- and second-class marriages,” said plaintiff Jonathan Knight, 32, a financial associate at Harvard Medical School who married Marlin Nabors in 2006.
“I think we can do better, as a country, than that,” Knight said.
Knight said DOMA costs the couple an extra $1,000 a year because they cannot file a joint federal tax return.
Opponents of gay marriage blasted the decision.
Story via http://www.huffingtonpost.com