Well, this was nice of her!
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But these only garner MORE publicity for new creative entities so… thanks KSL-TV!!
"inappropriate on several dimensions, especially during family viewing time."
Some of the sitcom's radiating stars recently shared their thoughts on the program's potentially irksome, 'taboo' topics (homosexuality, the reformatting of the traditional family unit, etc.), and it seems they are majorly in favor of encouraging discourse and liberating tightly clamped minds!!
Check out the cast's inspirational chat sesh (above)!!
Thankfully, this tiny, Utah-based ink-spot on the starched, white shirt that is The New Normal will probably only help the show, rather than hurt it, so kudos to you!
This is an interesting story!!
Josh Weed, a marriage counselor from Washington, just used his blog to come out of the closet.
It takes strength and courage for anybody to out themselves in a society that still hasn’t given equality to all but Josh’s tale is especially complicated.
Let him tell you in his own words. He admitted:
Since it's Easter Sunday and all, we figured we'd help spread an inspiring message of peace, love, and hope from out and proud Mormon students at Brigham Young University.
Understanding Same-Gender Attraction, an unofficial group of the conservative school, wants U to know that IT GETS BETTER!
It is no secret that homosexuality conflicts with some beliefs taught in the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints, but these students want the world to know that it's okay to practice your faith, while embracing your sexuality!
If God created all life, then God created gay people. Religious members of the LGBT community struggle with their faith and sexuality every day, but these students can promise it's okay to be true to both.
Gay or straight, believer or atheist, we'd like to ask all of our readers to watch the video above this Easter and spread the message that IT GETS BETTER!
They're a step closer to moving back to Utah!
A federal judge says the polygamist family from TLC's Sister Wives CAN pursue a lawsuit questioning the constitutionality of Utah’s bigamy law.
When the show came out in September of 2010, an Utah County Attorney threatened to prosecute Kody Brown and his four sister wives – Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn. After the threat the family was forced to move out of conservative state to a suburb of Las Vegas (where almost everything is legal).
The Mormon-esque family isn't happy about the move. They want Utah's anti-poligamy laws abolished so the 21 member family can return to their less-than-wellcoming home state.
The Browns plan to sue Utah's under claims that their bigamy statute violates its constitutional rights to due process, equal protection, free exercise of religion, free speech and freedom of association.
Do U think practicing polygamy is should be illegal?
As America says goodbye to Archie in the months, the Phillipines will welcome him with a new TV series!
TV5's network heads believe the signing of Archie will help build ratings and maybe even move it past other networks in the country.
The network said the following:
We'll miss U, Archie!
Check out the video (above) of David Archuleta announcing plans to go on a two year Mormon mission.
We'll be sad to lose two years of David's music, but we certainly understand how important this is to him, and we hope it's a fulfilling experience.
Good luck, and safe travels, David! See ya in 2014!!!