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Ellen Brings Us Some Good News (Amongst All The Bad) With Adorable Cat and Baby Videos: WATCH

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All news seems like bad news these days. Ellen discovered as much by simply looking through the first few pages of The Los Angeles Times. But while death and destruction may make the front page, there is still plenty to celebrate! Citing a super-real-scientifically-proven study, Ellen recently lowered the blood pressure and boosted the mood of her studio audience by watching "cute, happy videos." 

Enjoy and be merry, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Middle East Broadcasting Center Retracts Inaccurate And Offensive Gay 'List Of Shame'

DanRadHornsThe Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC) recently posted a "list of shame," intended perhaps to raise the general public's awareness about LGBT actors, musicians, etc... It is, of course, a wholly offensive idea to begin with, particularly given the wide berth of the MBC's audience: 150 million people.

But the list was also inaccurate, calling Daniel Radcliffe gay, naming Cameron Diaz as a bisexual, and informing audiences that Elton John wore a dress at his wedding. All these things would be just fine were they not forced into a categorization of "shame." The MBC has now retracted the list and issued an apology.

Pink News reports:

In the apology and retraction, MBC noted that the list was “clearly not related to neither [sic] the presenter of the show.. nor the show itself,” and admitted that the junior editor who published it in the first place had failed to fact-check the story...

It is still unclear why the junior editor felt compelled to publish a “list of shame” naming gay celebrities, whether or not some were incorrectly named.

Other people named in the list included Ricky Martin, Neil Patrick Harris, Jodie Foster, and Lindsay Lohan. They may fall somewhere on the LGBT spectrum (unlike Radcliffe and Diaz), but they certainly should not feel ashamed. 


Could You Survive The 'Queerpocalypse?': VIDEO

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The time? The future. The place? Chicago. The survivors of an apocalyptic mess? One gay man, one lesbian, and a fat, old chihuahua. Welcome to the Queerpocalypse!

The Second City Network had a vision of what the world may look like in the not too distant future, and that vision was decidedly homosexual. "The patriarchy is dead. The human race is extinct. Except for a couple of queers." Join them as they fight for survival amid the ruins!

Check it out (or the chihuahua will be sad), AFTER THE JUMP...

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And if you missed yesterday's Second City video of the McCardles - the totally straight, totally happy 'ex-gay' couple - check that out HERE.

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Anti-Gay Billboard In Tennessee Quotes 'God', Draws Mixed Response From Locals: VIDEO

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A billboard in Portland, Tennessee has been drawing mixed reactions from locals for a few months now. The advertisement depicts an open Bible with a passage from Leviticus 18:22 on one page that reads, "You shall not lie with man as with a woman it is an abomination," and the oft-heard phrase, "Love the sinner, hate the sin" on the other page. The quote is attributed simply to "God." 

Some Portlanders see the billboard as a bullying tactic while others agree with the message and deem it a product of free speech. The backers of the board are unknown, but the bottom corner reads: "paid for by concerned Christians."

Fox 17 Nashville reports:

"I was infuriated. It's pretty cruel to single out one group of sinners," said [Ashley]Alderson...

Glenn Pennington says he sees the billboard as a freedom of speech issue.

"That's how they feel if the opposite side wants to put something up it's their business," said Pennington.

One local, Elna Harman, said she believed that the billboard was a positive promotion of God's word.

"It's a love for people," said Harman.

A mixed bag of responses to be sure, but not one person explicitly supportive of the LGBT community. Interesting that Alderson, though not in favor of the billboard, still deems the idea in question a sin. 

A spokesperson from the Tennessee Equality Project responded to the billboard with particular concern for LGBT teenagers who could be negatively impacted by its message.

Watch Fox 17's news coverage, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Gay Couple Share Cute Moment In German Cookie Advertisement: VIDEO

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German company Brandt Zwieback, advertising what appears to be a chocolate cookie, took an opportunity to turn a simple commercial into a cute, romantic moment between a gay couple. I know my day would be made if a significant other surprised me with chocolate...

Check out the ad, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Adorable Blink-And-You'll-Miss-It Gay Family Moment Is Highlight Of New Target Ad: VIDEO

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For Target's new Made to Matter campaign, touted as the company's way of hand-picking "exclusive innovations from brands that truly care about how things are made," a series of shots depict diverse babies, children, and families playing around and having a good time. You're sure to smile given the glut of adorable babies on display, but one moment featuring a gay couple and their child will definitely brighten your day. 

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

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