Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied, her fiancé, support gay marriage and invite President Obama to do the same.
A lesbian couple and seven other couples planning to go to court in order to obtain a civil marriage license.
While we wait the answer of the Senate of New York about the legalization of gay marriage in the state, Uma Thurman shows her support.
One year already that Argentina has allowed gay marriage, becoming the first Latin American country to adopt the legislation.
It is finally the finale episode of the season 3 of The Real L Word! Lauren and Amanda have planned to go back in New York. Sara's parents arrive in Los Angeles and the mother of Sara still does not accept the marriage.
Romi starts a new career, Whitney and Sara visit Whitney's grandmother and the situation end in a very specific way. Kacy and Cori are ready to be pregnant again. Amanda meet Kiyomi without Lauren.
In this episode 2 of the season 3 of The Real L Word, Hunter Valentine starts the tour but what starts well continues badly, Lauren wants Amanda only for her, Romi is always Romi, Whitney lies, makes up stories, plans and finally…
The play, "8", recounts the proceedings which we all know under the name of Proposition 8.
Wrote by Dustin Lance Black (scriptwriter of the films Harvey Milk and J Edgar) and staged by Rob Reiner, it was played at the beginning of March in Los Angeles by an amazing cast: Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison (Glee), George Clooney, Matt Bomer, Chris Colfer, Martin Sheen, Jamie Lee Curtis, John C. Reilly (Chicago), Kevin Bacon, George Takei (Star Trek) and Brad Pitt playing the openly gay Judge Vaulghn Walker and the list continues.
As they wanted that a lot of people can watch it, they uploaded the play on Youtube and here it is!
Charlize Theron continues to say that she will not marry until the gay marriage will not be possible in all the states of United States.
Everyone is currently listening the new album of Lady Gaga, that I will cover next week for those who didn't have the possibility to listen it yet.
Everyone, or almost, say Born This Way is the gay anthem of the year.
I propose you to discover another gay anthem.
The Juliettes have just released a new single called Hooray, You' re Gay, a song very, very pro-gay!