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Anna Paquin And Stephen Moyer Attend LGBT Scholarship Gala

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The sexy married couple showed their support when they attended Point Foundation's Point Honors Scholarship Gala last night!

The event, awarding scholarships to outstanding students in the LGBT community, was held at Jim Henson Studios in Los Angeles.

The True Blood stars are no strangers to the community. Well, they work in Hollywood, duh, but Anna is also bisexual.

And hubby Stephen couldn't be more supportive of her.

Aww, love!

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19 comments to “Anna Paquin And Stephen Moyer Attend LGBT Scholarship Gala”



  1. 1

    Oh so you can get scholarships solely for being gay? Yay for all the propaganda attempting to dethrone white straight males.

    If they had a "white straight males scholarship Gala" blacks, GLAAD and feminist would flip their shit.



  2. 2

    They are such a hawt couple!



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    Re: NookiesWA – I completely agree. It's crap. No one gets scholarships for being smart anymore… it's like you have to be anything but white or you have to be poor. I think it's great to help minorities, but it just seems like white people really get the short end of the stick these days. And when you bring it up–you're an asshole.



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    Re: NookiesWA – Awards specifically for minorities exist as a way to combat discrimination. In a world without discrimination there would be no need for special recognition, but we are still a long way from that day. But we are getting closer and these awards help raise awareness, and help give courage to those discriminated against. These things need to be put into historical and societal context, so if there was a 'white straight male' award - yes, people would flip their shit, and rightly so.



  5. 5

    Re: rosebud99 – Well said.



  6. 6

    They just went to pick up chicks



  7. 7

    Re: NookiesWA
    Only white men with a 3.0 grade-point average can apply for a new scholarship being offered by a Texas nonprofit group, the Austin American-Statesman reports.
    propaganda attempting to "dethrone" white straight males. really, "dethrone". hello David Duke is that you?



  8. 8

    Re: Manda756 – poor white people getting the short end of the stick. my heart just bleeds for the whites, especially "straight white men" boo-hoo-hoo. LOL!!

    In a study published in 2003, sociologist Deirdre A. Royster compared black and white males who graduated from the same school with the same skills. In looking at their success with school-work transition and working experiences, she found that white graduates were more often employed in skilled trades, earned more, held higher status positions, received more promotions and experienced shorter periods of unemployment. Since all other factors were similar, the differences in employment experiences were attributed to race.
    White Americans are more likely than black Americans to have their business loan applications approved, even when other factors such as credit records are comparable.
    Black and Latino college graduates are less likely than white graduates to end up in a management position even when other factors such as age, experience, and academic records are similar.



  9. 9

    She is so gay. It's only a matter of time.



  10. 10

    It's not scholarships for solely being gay. The Point Foundation was started to give gay youth who have been kicked out of their homes and families for coming out as gay, the opportunity to have a great life. These are very smart kids who are rewarded for their creativity and intellect, especially since they have NOTHING. I was lucky enough to attend this gala and got to meet some of the alumni. They are poets, writers, scientists, doctors, etc. One of whom has an Engineering Doctorate degree, and now sits on the advisement board for the foundation.
    These kids have earned everything they have received from the foundation, giving them them their chance to make something of their lives, after they had their original chance taken from them. This was something Perez actually could have reported right and and done a little research, but we know that rarely happens. I mean hell this was on Saturday naught, not last night.



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    Re: AttFinch – Most companies have a quota to fill positions with minorities despite the fact that there may be someone of a different race more talented than them being turned down. I'm not worried about "straight-white-males" that was not my quote. I'm just saying, people should not be rewarded for being a certain skin color. Whether you're white, black, asian, whatever. It's pure racism even though everyone wants to justify it differently.



  12. 12

    Re: Manda756 – I agree with both of you.



  13. 13

    Can somebody just lie to get an GLBT scholarship. There isn't anything physical to determine what is gay or straight.



  14. 14

    I bet there were no scholarships handed out because everyone knows there are no oustanding lgbt students, let alone lgbt people. What a waste of time.



  15. 15

    Sorry to interrupt the conversation but I just want to say that I adore these two. They seem like real people living the lives of two successful working actors albeit with some cool perks! What I mean is they don't seem to be into the "celebrity bs".
    @boston61 - You seem so adamant.



  16. 16

    Hot couple!



  17. 17

    I want to get a scholarship for being a disabled white rock and roll songwriter. Oh yeah I play and sing, too. Think it'll happen?? Not unless I can also suck my own d**k.



  18. 18

    I agree, you're an asshole. A dumb asshole! "white people really get the short end of the stick these days"? Get off the computer and read a few books you retarded piece of shit.

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    Re: lastonestanding – Have you actually tried? Lots of music departments nation wide might take a close look at you with that resume. Do it. : )