Or at the very least, gay people would start to see some civil liberty equality.
And there’s real truth to that, but we do a terrible disservice to our queer brothers and sisters when we forget that coming out is a personal decision that often requires monumental courage.
I’m just saying that if you look at a map, red states have the highest concentration of country music radio stations.
Georgia and Michigan, for example, both have populations of about 10 million people, but Georgia has twice as many country music radio stations.
In less festive news, legendary actor Joe Dallesandro (from Andy Warhol’s Trash and Heat) was scheduled to be represented in a exhibition at L.
Tweets and comments all over the Gay Internet are loaded with disappointment and agitation, mostly because people wanted the Big Gay Blind Item of Cinco de Mayo to be “someone who mattered.”So, from my Southern heart to your empathetic ears, here are five reasons why Chely Wright’s coming out matters.1) It always matters when anyone comes out.
[...] Halloween Day hadn't even officially arrived and college students (and even faculty) sparked outrage over their offensive and "racially derogatory" costumes.
My parents didn’t necessarily allow me a lot of freedom.
We say this a lot, but every time someone comes out, the closet door gets wider.
Maybe even wide enough for all those A-listers we can’t discuss.