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Wade sends in this blast from the past. Remember Divine?
Here is an oldie but a goody from VH1
George Carlin is known for telling things like they are. His language is harsh, but his message resounds long
after his demise. In this editorial segment from his tv special Carlin explains the real politics of mankind.
Who owns the companies, the media, the government and you? Watch this video and see what Carlin says.
Gay members of the Armed Forces have had to live with an extra layer of discretion and professionalism. Here are stories of men and women who served their country while balancing the need to keep their private lives private.
Just for fun, this spoof of the Backstreet Boys.
In this video, restaurant patrons tested with a faked discrimination against a gay family.
What would you do if you saw a waiter evicting a table just for being gay? Watch this video to learn more about reactions to this legal prejudice.
Another development in the “gay” McDonalds ad campaign story is this American spoof of the popular French ad. Unlike the closeted boi, who hides his sexuality from his father in the French version (where the tag phrase is the strangely opposite sentiment “come as you are”) this thang has no problem expressing herself:
McDonald’s wants to be seen as a company that welcomes everyone. Judging by a new advertisement running on French television, that includes gays.
The ad shows a gay teen seated at a McDonald’s table, talking to his boyfriend on his cell phone. He hangs up when he sees his father coming.
This spot is the latest in a long-running French campaign that uses the slogan “venez come vous etes,” meaning “come as you are.” Another ad featured flirtatious senior citizens chatting on laptops.