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12/04/2012

Adam Levine Has Very Strong Feelings About Honey Boo Boo

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Adam Levine really, really dislikes Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.

He tells GQ:

"Seriously, Honey Boo Boo is the DECAY of Western civilization. Just because so many people watch the show doesn't mean it's good. So many people witness atrocities and can't take their eyes away from them, but that doesn't mean they're good. That show is literally The. Worst. Thing. That's. Ever. Happened. It's complete f**king ignorance and the most despicable way to treat your kids. F**k those people. You can put that in the magazine: F**k those idiots. They're just the worst. Sorry, I'm so sensitive to that—like, I don't know, man, it's upsetting. Just to clarify, I said, "F**K THOSE PEOPLE."

(via dlisted)

Previously...
A Pro-Gay Message from Honey Boo Boo: VIDEO [tlrd]

Posted Dec. 4,2012 at 12:54 PM EST by in Adam Levine, Honey Boo Boo, News | Permalink | Comments (48)


Ian McKellen Tells Stephen Colbert There's a Gay 'Hobbit' Sequel in the Works: VIDEO

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Stephen Colbert interviewed Sir Ian McKellen alst night and told him that he has a problem with McKellen's gay rights advocacy.

"Here's my beef with you...You don't just make gay seem acceptable...You make it seem heroic. Are you the sharp knifepoint of the gay agenda trying to brainwash our children?"

McKellen says there's a Hobbit sequel in the works called Gandalf the Gay in which he reveals his favorite dwarf. He also reveals who would win in a battle between Gandalf and Magneto.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

Posted Dec. 4,2012 at 12:26 PM EST by in Ian McKellen, News, Stephen Colbert | Permalink | Comments (7)


Action on Uganda 'Kill the Gays' Could Happen Today

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The Ugandan parliament has the so-called "kill the gays" bill as the first item on Business to Follow for its session today, according to an email from a coalition of activists opposing it:

Greetings from the Coalition Secretariat.

The AHB is on the order paper as Business to follow today 4th December 2012.

http://www.parliament.go.ug/new/images/stories/order_paper/ORDER%20PAPER%20FOR%20TUESDAY%204TH%20DECEMBER%202012.doc

We shall report on what happens today in the house as we receive information.

Posted Dec. 4,2012 at 12:12 PM EST by in News, Uganda | Permalink | Comments (2)


Zachary Quinto Flashes His 'Serial Killer Eyebrows' on Conan: VIDEO

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Zachary Quinto appeared on Conan last night and what was discussed was his propensity to be cast as a serial killer. Quinto thinks it's all about the eyebrows. Conan notes that the only thing that his own eyebrows might get him cast as is a "creepy pervert".

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

Posted Dec. 4,2012 at 11:40 AM EST by in Conan O'Brien, News, Zachary Quinto | Permalink | Comments (15)


Towleroad's Legal Editor Ari Waldman Talks to Waywire About the Republican Party and Gay Voters: VIDEO

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Towleroad's legal editor Ari Ezra Waldman talks to Waywire's Baruch Shemtov about the recent election, the Republican Party, and the gay vote. Waywire is the video news-sharing service co-created by Newark Mayor Cory Booker.

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

Posted Dec. 4,2012 at 11:20 AM EST by in 2012 Election, Ari Ezra Waldman, News, Republican Party | Permalink | Comments (73)


Ugandan Gay Activist Speaks Out About 'Kill the Gays' Bill: VIDEO

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Truthloader spoke with Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, founder and executive director of LGBT rights group Freedom and Roam Uganda, whom as you may recall was honored last year by the Geneva-based Martin Ennals Foundation with its annual prize for human rights defenders as "an exceptional woman of a rare courage, fighting under death threats for human dignity and the rights of homosexuals and marginalized people in Africa."

Nabagesera talks about the consequences of the anti-homosexuality bill for her, her partner, and other LGBT people and allies living in Uganda.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

In related news, activist group Sum of Us is calling on Pepsi to speak out against the bill.

But our allies on the ground tell us that if Pepsi, which has a huge presence in Uganda, speaks out against the bill and the harmful effect it would have on investment and economic development in Uganda, it would force Ugandan officials to put the bill on hold -- or even pull it entirely.

Posted Dec. 4,2012 at 10:47 AM EST by in Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, News, Uganda | Permalink | Comments (4)



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