Have Stefano Gabbana and Dolce Domenico finally realized the error of their ways?!
On Wednesday, the fashion designers
backpedaled clarified their comments on In Vitro Fertilization and same-sex parenting.
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What's interesting about the CNN interview is while they never specifically apologize for their views, the ex-couple DOES admit better words could've been used.
When asked about his feelings on IVF today, Gabbana said:
Stefano Gabbana is not helping his case.
On Monday, the fashion designer spoke with an Italian newspaper about Sir Elton John's move to boycott Dolce & Gabbana over insensitive comments the magnate made about same-sex parenting.
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Basically, Gabbana SLAMMED the singer for the backlash — and he even took a jab at Elton's intelligence.
The designer ranted:
The backlash against Dolce & Gabbana rages on!
On Tuesday, the director of D&G's magazine Swide resigned from his position of SEVEN YEARS over the insensitive remarks the designers recently made about same-sex parenting.
[ Related: Ryan Murphy Rips D&G A New One Over Their Hateful Comments! ]
In a brutally honest and emotional Facebook post, Giuliano Federico took a stand for a "more modern and egalitarian future for Italy's citizens and its children."
The director made a point to emphasize "all children," which is clearly a dig at
Hollywood is NOT taking Dolce & Gabbana's comments about gay adoption and IVF methods lightly.
Ryan Murphy is just the latest in the string of Tinseltown's heavy hitters to come out and respond to the fashion duo's hurtful words.
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The writer first expressed his disgust on Twitter. He wrote on Sunday:
Woot, you go, Andy Cohen!
On Monday night, the Bravo mogul publicly auctioned off a Dolce & Gabbana suit in an effort to raise money for LGBT parents and their families.
[ Watch: Digging Deeper Into The #BoycottDolceGabbana Fallout On MSNBC! ]
The charitable decision was inspired by D&G's "apology" for referring to the children of same-sex parents as "synthetic," a dig that has outraged many. Essentially, Andy was NOT impressed by the designers' response to the public outcry and subsequently he was moved to support all the kids who lovingly refer to him as "Uncle Andy".
Watch Cohen proudly auction off his suit on Watch What Happens Live (below)!
"How dare you say my family is less than," Perez said on MSNBC Monday evening.
Standing up for what we believe and all IVF babies, we appeared on The Last Word to discuss further discuss the #BoycottDolceGabbana fallout.
We brought up some very interesting points, including reminding viewers about John Galliano - who was fired by Dior in 2011 - and the role that social media played in the outrage over Dolce & Gabbana's comments!
Check out our interview… after the jump!