Actress Dianna Agron, who used to play Quinn Fabray, the cheerleader in «Glee», will play a tomboyish lesbian who works at a pulp mill.
This is definitely the question that runs through the social networks these days: did the actress Naya Rivera come out?
The year it was decided to end on a note of humor, hence our article "No To Gay Marriage, No To Big Breasts" and here is a totally absurd news again.
Indeed, the evangelical pastor Larry Tomczak sounds the alarm. This is serious. “The indoctrination and propaganda coming from those advocating a gay lifestyle in our country, classrooms and culture are increasing.” Be careful ladies because Ellen DeGeneres would secretly hire Taylor Swift to attract young girls and turn them into lesbians!
The sixth and final season of Glee will start in a little less than a month and according to some sources, marriage equality will be part of the subjects of this season.
Ryan Murphy, Glee's creator, launches a new project called 'Open' with lesbian love stories.
Anne Hathaway will play in Glee a lesbian.
The Kids Are All Right, Jane Lynch and Natalie Portman won Golden Globe awards.
The reality project of Glee, produced by Ryan Murphy its cocreator, will be diffused in June.
Many people do not know what transgender means. In the fight for gay and lesbian rights, visibility has driven a lot of the changes we have seen. The presence of gay and lesbian characters on television and the willingness of celebrities to be open with their sexuality has created normalcy where before there was fear. And though there is still a lot of fear centered around the community, there are shows like Modern Family, Grey’s Anatomy, and Pretty Little Liars write characters who, despite sometimes extreme circumstances, are real, just living their lives as who they are. These characters are not just gays or lesbians. They are people, and their sexuality is simply a part of who they are. The trans* community needs more visibility.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about a trans* character on Glee, Unique. I expressed concern about how the creators were going to handle the presentation of Unique’s storyline and how realistic it would appear because despite Glee’s track record of presenting those who in other outlets are underrepresented, sometimes the verisimilitude of these storylines can be sadly lacking. I was hoping Unique’s storyline would follow the more realistic story of Santana coming out to her grandmother, who was not accepting. Unfortunately, most people who come out do not receive a welcoming reception from family, so to present the situation in such a way more realistically depicted coming out, which is one of the most daunting things people in the LGBTQ* community face. We need representation in the media to allow people from without the community to see what it is really like to be a part of the community. Creating that connection can help us in steps toward equality.