Alex Blaze

Be GLAAD's ally

Filed By Alex Blaze | September 04, 2007 11:41 PM | comments

Filed in: Media

Here at the Project, LGBT rights, queer liberation, sexuality and gender theory, and all that jazz seem to get so complicated. I remember when, for me, it was just "Is gay OK?" Now it's... complicated.

Well, some people over at GLAAD are keeping it simple with this PSA. I don't really know what people are supposed to do with it besides go the the GLAAD webpage, but, hey, I don't get most celeb PSA's anyway.

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I'll be an ally for GLAAD when they are ally for transgender people.

Leland Frances | September 5, 2007 1:25 PM

If GLAAD, which some may recall stands for Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, has actually been doing the job all these years they were created to do, wisely applying those millions gays send them every year, then why is virtually every MSM news/entertainment show approaching the assertions that Anna Nicole's men are at least Bi and have done each other as ....wait for it....."DEFAMATION"?

Both of those are reasons that I'm weirded out by this ad, besides the fact that it really doesn't make sense.

They've been useless for a while now, and now they're just being silly. Ugh.