If you thought the fight for marriage was completely over, think again.
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What amazes me is that with the SCOTUS ruling last summer nothing significant has changed for the country or heteronormative society. The only people who have experienced a huge change are gay people...because they were allowed this equal right just like everyone else.
Here's the good news:
Matt Bomer Busier Than Ever
Here's a story where Matt Bomer talks about how busy he's been since he came out in 2012, and says maybe he was born at the right time.
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But you only, mainly, hear about Matt Bomer. I can't help wonder about the thousands of other gay guys (and women) in Hollywood and what they are experiencing right now...not to mention the gay guys (and women) who are still in the closet for very good reasons. Is Matt Bomer the exception to the rule? Is he lucky? I know several gay authors who claim it's become even harder than ever for them to survive in publishing. If a straight author isn't usurping their territory now and appropriating them, agents are telling them their work is "too gay."
It's still a complicated issue and I'm certain there are many other LGBT actors and entertainers who could add to this.
Celebrity Big Brother and Homophobic Slurs In UK
Evidently, Celebrity Big Brother is airing now in the UK and just like in the US at times, there have been allegations of homophobia recently.
This sort of sensationalized speech seems to be expected on Big Brother...in any country...and I think that's because BB is one of the last of the remaining dinosaurs of the golden age of reality TV. It's part of the game. And you have to understand the game to understand why I just said that. I wouldn't take it or anything that comes out of BB seriously.
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The Rainbow Detective Agency: Saying Goodbye