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Jeez! Things just keep getting weirder and weirder in the Manti Te'o scandal!
Now we've seen more of the interview and we barely even scratched the surface of how confused Ronaiah was!
If you're in Georgia, and you want to show that you support the LGBT community by paying extra for vanity license plates, you're out of luck.
If you want to show how much you love beer (because that's awesome to mix with driving), it just depends on how you say it. Their approval system is both arbitrary and capricious!
Honestly, Georgia, this f***ing sucks… and it needs to change!
So what plates were denied? Georgia driver James Gilbert's 1st, 2nd, AND 3rd choices: 4GAYLIB, GAYPWR, or GAYGUY.
The subject of vanity plates is up to the discretion of system that deems what you submit as "obscene according to current community standards." You can't be obscene or defamatory against a person, group, religion, race or ethnicity. So apparently being a homosexual, or just the use of the word 'gay' in Georgia is considered obscene? BOO.
According to the source and the list of approved and banned plates, here are some ridiculous examples:
What an incredible week for previously-private celebrities in the LGBT community!
We think everyone can easily agree that Jodie Foster's acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award at Sunday night's 2013 Golden Globes ceremony was one of the most powerful, unexpected ways in which an actor has ever revealed his or herself to the public as a homosexual, and while she deserves all the praise and admiration she has garnered for her layered, introspective reflection on her life and accomplishments, it's ALSO nice to see one her fellow thespians open up about his private life in a much more to-the-point fashion!
And that is EXACTLY what Victor Garber, best known for his work in Titanic and Alias, did during last week's TV Critics Association Press Tour, for his upcoming role in NBC's Deception!
Apparently, when asked about his Wikipedia page listing him in a same-sex relationship with Rainer Andreesen, his companion of 13 years, Garber acknowledged:
What a happy Monday indeed!
Kyle XY aka the steamy Matt Dallas publicly came out as homosexual via Twitter Sunday when announcing his engagement to Blue Hamilton!
— matt dallas (@themattdallas) January 7, 2013
All the congratulations to you both!!!
The dark and handsome actor has been dating
This is criminal, unjust, horrifying and it's actually happening this year. We are stunned.
Despite international criticism, Ugandan Speaker Rebecca Kadaga (above) says her country's "Kill The Gays" Bill will become law by December because most Ugandans "are demanding it."
The law will redefine the criminalization of same-sex relationships by dividing homosexuality into two categories (aggravated homosexuality and the offense of homosexuality), and assigning new, outrageous penalties to these "crimes."
"Aggravated homosexuality" is defined as gay acts committed by parents or authority figures, HIV-positive people, pedophiles and repeat offenders. If convicted, they will face the death penalty.
"Offense of homosexuality’" includes same-sex sexual acts or being in a gay relationship, and will be prosecuted by life imprisonment.
Several European countries have threatened to cut aid to Uganda if it passes. Still, somehow the Speaker considers the passage of this Bill a "Christmas gift" to the population.
How the majority of a nation could approve these laws is beyond our comprehension.
Our whole hearts go out to Uganda’s LGBT community. Their story is truly tragic.
[Image via vibe.com]
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has made his less-than-favorable opinion of Barack Obama pretty clear over the course of his presidency, but in light of Hurricane Sandy, the Republican has set aside his differences with the Democrat.
While visiting the Brigantine Beach Community Center and speaking to refugees of the storm, they both praised each other's response to the disaster.
When Obama told the crowd, “I want to let you know that your governor is working overtime," Christie added: