Grey’s Anatomy has axed actress Brooke Smith, successfully putting the nail in the coffin in what could have been a thoughtful, blossoming, lesbian relationship between her character Erica and Sara Ramirez’s Callie. Executive Producer Shonda Rhimes issued a statement regarding Smith’s sudden discharge.
Despite trends giving Barack Obama a lead of somewhere in the range of seven to nine percentage points in most national polls, as with previous elections, the race for the White House appears destined to come down to a few key states and the latest Rasmussen survey gives Sen. John McCain a sliver of an edge in two that are key — North Carolina and Florida.
The odds may be stacked against McCain/Palin ticket on Election Day, but vice-presidential contender Sarah Palin still has her sights set on victory. Addressing a crowd of supporters at a campaign stop in Ohio on Sunday night, Gov. Palin made light of Tina Fey’s dead-on, ratings winning impression of her on Saturday Night Live and advised the 30 Rock actress and writer to keep her Sarah Palin costume ready because she and Sen. John McCain were headed to the White House.
Emma Donoghue is back with another sexy scandal from the days when divorce was a little more shocking than it is now. It’s only the latest in what is likely to be a continuing string of historical fiction from the woman who has found a way to write about lesbians without being ‘just’ a lesbian writer.
‘I’m not votin’. My vote don’t count!’ I threw my dogs chew toy at the television. Where in the hell did they find this toothless genius to tout his silliness on television for everyone to see asks comic and writer Gloria Bigelow.
Couples who’ve married since June knock on doors across California to share stories with voters they hope to persuade to defeat Prop. 8.
Pete Wentz, Fall Out Boy bassist and marriage equality supporter, says he wouldn’t exist if it were not for Joe Biden.
“If those persons want to . . . dress up as bride and groom and get married, they can do so, but that should not be called marriage because it is not,” Queen Sofia is quoted as saying.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s gay Eurotrash alter ego crashes a downtown L.A. rally to end gay marriage in California, but is quickly recognized by reporters.
As we continue on our countdown until the 2008 Out 100 awards party and the launch of Out magazine’s December/January issue, we’re rolling out new Out 100 honorees each day. Today’s batch of gay men and women who made 2008 a year to remember includes three generations of out gay actors: Luke Macfarlane, John Barrowman, and Ian McKellen.