Zac Efron could stop a war, that is something that I am sure of. His face is so beautiful all he would have to do is smile and a war would end. He should be our secret weapon, no more bombs, just have Zac walk around shirtless and smiling, everyone will be happy.
Seriously though, awesome to see him supporting a community that has been through a lot lately and in history!
Just so you know the shirt is $95 so if you have that kind of money go for it, proceeds go to the Pulse Victim’s Fund!
I am also starting to really love that weird ass hair, I can’t lie.
Actor Colton Haynes came out in an interview with Entertainment Weekly about his sexuality and how he wasn’t exactly ready to come out about until now. There have been a lot of rumors about his sexuality but the actor never confirmed or denied those rumors.
Here was what he had to say.
“I should have made a comment or a statement, but I just wasn’t ready. I didn’t feel like I owed anyone anything, but I felt like I was letting people down by not coming forward with the rest of what I should have said.People want you to be that GQ image that you put out, but people don’t realize what it’s like to act 24 hours a day. I’d go home and I was still acting,” Colton said. “People who are so judgmental about those who are gay or different don’t realize that acting 24 hours a day is the most exhausting thing in the world.”
All I can say is good for Colton for feeling comfortable enough to come out and I highly doubt it will effect any casting because let’s be real, he is an absolute babe. Him playing male or females love interest will be believable.
Whenever I hear about celebrities speaking out on political issues I almost want to roll my eyes, well I guess I should say when they speak about who they are voting for. I personally don’t think it’s fair that their opinions could influence others without any prior knowledge. A lot of people will basically do whatever their favorite celebrity says, so when I saw Lauren spoke out, I was a little nervous to read it.
Personally though I am glad that I did in fact read it. Lauren’s post is so beautifully written and you can tell that she is passionate about the issues that are currently happening in Mississippi and North Carolina, where bills are being passed to treat the LGBTQ community in an unfair manner.
Thank you Lauren for speaking out and being educated enough on the manner were you are not attacking anyone, just making great points.
Also, thank you for being a great role model to all of those young women and men that follow you!
Pride Tape, rainbow-colored strips that hockey players can decorate their sticks with, is intended for LGBT athletes and allies alike to show their support.
“[It’s] a badge of support to LGBT youth, to say ’you’re welcome in our sporting communities,’” Kris Wells, director of the Institute for the Sexual Minority Studies and Services at the University of Alabama, told CBC.
“This is a way to signal you’re an ally without having to actually say anything.”
The Pride Tape campaign’s Kickstarter page has garnered 133 backers already, totaling $6,000 to date.
The goal is to get $39,386 in donations by February 4, in order to manufacture and distribute 10,000 rolls of tape.
I love this so much. I think it is very important that athletes stand up for athletes that are in the LGBT community. There are a lot of people who still believe that being gay is unnatural and I feel like for athletes they would be judged much more harshly. In some people’s opinion it isn’t “manly” to be homosexual and somehow manliness goes along with your skill when it comes to a sport. Of course it isn’t. If you have a skill then you have a skill, you can be straight, gay, lesbian, whoever and still be good at the sport!
Truthfully I don’t have much more to say about the topic. I find it hard to believe that in 2015 people are still do jusgemental and hateful when it comes to groups of people.
Good for Andrew Ference for taking a stand to help those who are afraid to stand up for themselves.
MOSCOW – The fake lesbian Russian pop act t.A.T.u., who enjoyed global popularity in the mid-2000s, will perform at the Sochi Olympics’ opening ceremony on Feb. 7, the Russian media reported. According to reports, which quoted eyewitnesses of the ceremony’s rehearsals, Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova will sing their biggest international hit, “Not Gonna Get Us.” During the performance of the track, the Russian Olympic squad is to enter the ceremony, at Fisht Olympic Stadium.
I am one of those people who really don’t give a fuck about the Olympics unless the Spice Girls are riding around the stadium in buses,that is the only games I will watch. Maybe this will make the whole Russia bullshit a little more fun though! I mean doesn’t their owner, I don’t know what he is, the leader hate gays? I pray that these girls make out on stage, even if they aren’t really lesbians!
I guess that they are going to sing ‘Not Gonna Get Us’ which is a really good song, I just wish that they would sing ‘All The Things She Said’ because that would be pretty incredible, right?
I will be tuning in for this and the bobsled races, because you doesn’t love a good bobsled race?