“The brainchild of the founders of the Parish Nation clothing label, the show was seen as a way to engage often-neglected teenagers while spreading the word about their brand.”
“Takei’s role as Sulu in the “Star Trek” series has been an influence on generations of Asian American actors, and with Prop 22 now dissolved the veteran actor plans to wed Brad Altman, his partner of 21 years.”
George Takei writes on the parallels between opposition to same sex marriage and the politics of internment. -LDP
“Two top aides to the Republican presidential nominee John McCain have been forced to resign over their ties to the Burmese military junta[...]“
J-Hud on the SATC movie. – LDP
“If gender bias really were the cause of her primary problem, one would have to posit that a epidemic of resurgent sexism suddenly infected the country late last year.”
“ALAS, the non-profit organization dedicated to aiding impoverished communities in Latin America for which Shakira is a spokesperson and advocate, has received a major contribution from some of the world’s richest businessmen.”
“”Poor Hillary” speaks volumes about an old truth: Clinton’s wounds have always defined her. The haters are always on the lookout for her comeuppance, and the lovers love her more for what she has endured.”
“Jury selections concluded yesterday for the long-awaited child pornography trial of superstar R. Kelly, but tensions between both sides were sparked as the defense accused the prosecution of racial bias.”
“This month, the BBC is running a series of programs named Women in Black. It’s hosted by Yemeni-British Amani Zain.”
“In terms of benefits and taxes, CA has already been more inclusive of same sex couples than other states, and to find out exactly how the new ruling will affect these areas just read more [...]” Important info – LDP
“It’s really about embracing being healthy and feeling good about who you are naturally. That’s what I want to tell women. It’s not about competing with other women. It’s about feeling like you’re the best you can be.”
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