I saw this movie opening day with my aunt and my cousin. My gaydar went off seeing the relationship between Sandra’s character, Debbie, and Cate’s character Lou. A current romantic relationship is not explored in the movie, but you do get a sense that they might have been more than friends at some point. If anything further were explored or revealed in an Oceans 9, I think we’d learn that Debbie is perhaps bi-sexual (as it was a guy she was dating that ratted her out to police) and that Lou is a Lesbian. However, what I loved most about this interview is how they are totally open to bringing Laverne Cox into their already diverse mix of actresses.
Although it’s a work of fiction, there are hundreds out there who could identify with the way these women feel and how they have to live.
Roxane Gay story
I will let her speak for herself.
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We Are Family
Huge step forward for those individuals who don’t align with either of the traditional genders.
Maine will start offering driver’s licenses and IDs with a third, non-binary gender option.
The Portland Press Herald reported Monday that the state’s bureau of motor vehicles will begin issuing stickers for IDs or licenses stating “Gender has been changed to X – non-binary” for those who request them.
The state’s licenses and IDs will feature a M, F or X gender option after a redesign in 2019.
If you need to buy stuff for Pride month, buy from queer companies rather than hetero companies.
All these ignorant straight folk just don’t get it.
The Boston Red Sox did a totally cool thing Thursday night for their LGBT Pride night vs. the Detroit Tigers when they painted the team’s logo in rainbow colors as a decal on the pitching mound prior to the game.
This is not the first such night the Red Sox have had honoring their LGBT fans, and the team celebrated on Instagram and Twitter.
This led to a surprising backlash from some fans who — in their comments on the team’s Instagram page — showed why such nights are necessary. I say surprising because these such nights have become so routine and non-controversial that 24 of the 30 MLB teams have similar events this year.
This is just pure fun and frivolity.
The Fab Five went to Australia recently to promote the series, but then took things a little farther and visited a town called Yass where the mayor of Yass gave them each a tiara so now they’re all “Yass Queens”. Lol
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Both sides of this story have the right to do what they have done. Mr Berger has the right to be a complete bigoted asshole and the CEO of CrossFit has every right to remove him from the company. Don’t expect people to just accept your attitude when you cannot accept who they are as an individual. I’d like to know why the Indianapolis location changed its mind, too. Not much was said about that.
A high-ranking CrossFit employee told BuzzFeed News that he has been placed on an unpaid leave of absence after tweeting his support for a CrossFit gym’s cancellation of a Pride event, citing his belief that celebrating LGBT pride is a “sin.”
Russell Berger, the mega-successful fitness company’s chief knowledge officer and often its de facto spokesperson, said he does not know how long his leave of absence will last. But his work — including his writing for the Russells, a blog about scientific misconduct that he maintains with colleague Russell Greene — has been put on hold at least temporarily, he told BuzzFeed News.
Berger got into hot water Wednesday afternoon when he tweeted about a CrossFit gym in Indianapolis, Indiana, where owners canceled a workout in honor of Pride Month. Many of the coaches and employees quit in protest, according to WTTV TV in Indianapolis. On Wednesday, the gym posted notices that it was shutting down.
This is amazing and so awesome that he’s taking things in a new direction.
As a 19-year-old University of Iowa engineering student, Zach Wahls stood before the Iowa House of Representatives and gave an impassioned speech defending his two lesbian mothers. A video of the speech went viral, amassing millions of views.
Seven years later, Wahls is hoping to occupy a seat in the very chamber where he made his viral plea. The 26-year-old got one step closer to his goal on Tuesday when he secured the Democratic nomination for Iowa Senate District 37.