"Stone Cold" Steve Austin, WWE superstar, is more than just a set of muscles and bringer of pain.
He's a seriously smart guy, with seriously progressive views!
He has a podcast and made some amazing comments about a month ago, and they're picking up serious traction now.
Stone Cold addressed the issue of gay marriage, using some NSWF language that gets our hearts pumping and our nether regions tingling. He said:
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A cereal that has marshmallow rainbows in it would be remiss if they didn't support the hell out of LGBT equality, so that's probably why Lucky Charms and General Mills are using their popularity to show support for humanity!
Honestly, they probably started the #LuckyToBe hashtag and campaign because it was the right thing to do — selling cereal because you're standing up for love is just a happy side effect! LOLz!
The new campaign encourages people with Pride to tweet and post online their reasons for why they're prideful using the hashtag #LuckyToBe! Here's what the press release says:
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Rose McGowan was spotted on her way out of her gym in El Lay this morning.
It was a foggy, overcast morning, but that didn't stop Rose from strutting her stuff to the gym to get her fitness on!
The paps snapped her on her way out of the gym and caught her wearing an amazeballs shirt.
It read: "Some dudes marry dudes. Get over it."
Ha! That's HIGHlarious! And true!
Thanks for supporting the cause and helping fight the good fight!
Isn't she just the best??
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
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We previously mentioned that an NFL player for the Baltimore Ravens was verbally attacked by a politician for supporting gay rights.
Brendon Ayanbadejo is one of the most outspoken gay rights advocates in professional sports… and he's not even gay!
So he was def pumped when Maryland legalized gay marriage. Even during a recent game, some players from the Raiders went out of their way to thank him for supporting gay rights.
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In preparation for the upcoming epic Super Bowl rematch between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots, former Giant David Tyree assisted in lighting the Empire State Building in Giant blue last Friday.
In case you forgot, Tyree caught the catch of the game that propelled his team to beat the favored Patriots in 2008. Oh, and he's very open about NOT supporting gay marriage, but nobody's perfect!
He struck a pose on the top of the massive skyscraper that mimicked his unlikely helmet catch in Super Bowl XLII.
U guys think the Giants can take another NFL championship away from the Patriots?
[Image via PNP/WENN.]
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Life is hard. If you're an older gay man though, it might actually be a little harder.
Not only are gay and bisexual men over 50 stressed about aging and their finances, but they've also lost a lot of friends to the AIDS epidemic along the way and have had to deal with discrimination of their sexual orientation their entire life — much of which occurred before homosexuality was as accepted as it is now.
What could make life a little easier for these fellas? Unfortunately, it's the one thing that the majority of the country stubbornly refuses to allow — a healthy marriage!
A study published in the American Journal of Public Health has found having a committed and legally recognized spouse or domestic partner helps alleviate stress.
Richard G. Wright, Ph.D., a Williams Institute scholar, said in a statement:
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Although we shouldn't NEED to give another reason for the argument in favor of same-sex marriage, a recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health has found one!
The study, called Effect of Same-Sex Marriage Laws on Health Care Use and Expenditures in Sexual Minority Men: A Quasi-Natural Experiment, has found that gay men living in states allowing same-sex marriage are actually healthier!
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