In 2006, the man we now know and love as Spider-Man played a role in the production of Beautiful Thing, a gay-themed play. This play is being revived in West London, and The Times of London got a chance to talk to our favorite spidey hero about both the play and same-sex marriage.
He summarized his thoughts on marriage equality in a way only a superhero could, saying:
Snoop Lion recently spoke out about whether or not he believes Frank Ocean's decision to come out last year will make it easier for gay people to be open about their sexuality in the rap world, and sadly, his opinion on the matter illustrates just how ill-informed he is about the LGBT community!
Danny Pintauro is all grown up and head over heels in love!
The former Who's The Boss star is engaged to BF Wil Tabares.
Here's how it all went down: Danny and Wil took a break from their hectic lives in Las Vegas to celebrate their one year anniversary in Palm Springs. Over a romantic— we imagine candle lit— dinner on Wednesday evening, Wil popped the question to Danny with a stunning right wrapped in a bow.
Could it be ANYMORE perfect??!
Unfortunately, the nuptials are going to be a bit more complicated than the engagement.
It's an exciting time in humanity's history people!
Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Hollingsworth v. Perry, the official federal constitutional challenge to California's Proposition 8.
In case you missed ANY part of the explosive discussion, don't fret! Take a good, long listen (above)!
If you are somehow unaware of Prop 8 or the controversy that surrounds it, let us briefly inform you…
Prop 8 is a state constitutional amendement that received a majority of Californian votes in November 2008. The proposition declares "only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California."
Thus, any same sex marriages that had previously been recognized in the eyes of the law were no longer considered so, and same sex couples were (again) unable to legally get married.
Thankfully, this GROSS violation of equal rights is FINALLY being addressed, and on a nation-wide platform!
And whatever the Supreme Court decides, it's going to be MONUMENTAL.
Here's to a more tolerant, enlightened future society!