Well, now even the Berenstain Bears are keeping their distance from Chick-fil-A (I thought bears only ate pizza and beer?) after the company that licenses their merchandising got in bed with the now politically volatile fast food company. According to NBC the Bears posted a note to their website washing their hands of any involvement in the upcoming Berenstain Bears books at Chick-fil-A. What else is new? Well, there’s a new company hating gays, a little bakery in Denver that won’t gay wedding cakes. Oh Gee whiz. Here is the news:
- Australian news reports that New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key not only supports same-sex marriage, but pledges to vote in favor of a same-sex marriage bill that soon may face a third reading in Parliament.
- Dick Cheney tells ABC News that he supported same-sex marriage all the way back to 2000, but didn’t see the point in raising the issue. Well good for him.
- The most charming man in the world, Chris Brown, who when asked about Frank Ocean last week replied “Man, no homo,” now says he didn’t mean anything anti-gay by using the decidedly anti-gay phrase bandied about by rappers all the time in anti-gay ways. According to Instinct, Chris has clarified he loves the gays’
moneyright to love who they want to love!
- This bed & breakfast in New Jersey thinks that God invented AIDS to punish lesbians and gays… in 2012. AND the owner (a member of the Daughters of the Confederacy… in New Jersey) once ran for the New Jersey Senate! What a keeper!
- Remember that gay parenting study back in November that said we were bad parents published in The Chronicle of Higher Education? Well the article was just audited and debunked by a really highly reliable source. Which periodical just slammed this study calling it “severely flawed?” Where are my notes… oh yeah, the Chronicle of Higher Eduction. Yup. Debunked handily the study they themselves published 8 months ago.
VIDEO | One of the Wachowski siblings (creators of the Matrix), Lana, transitioned several years ago, and makes her YouTube debut in a trailer for their project ‘Cloud Atlas.’
The UK Daily Mail picked up on it, and reported in less than sensitive fashion about the transition. For her part, however, Lana seems comfortable to be back in the public eye, pushing her newest venture with her brother, which stars Tom Hanks and Halle Berry.