This weekend, Katy Perry received the HRC’s “highest honor,” the National Equality Award, and everybody’s talking about her inspirational speech — but does Katy Perry really deserve an award for LGBT advocacy in the first place? And does it even matter, really, when you consider the impending heat death of the universe, etc.
“This is the only industry that I can think of where people are criticized for success.”
Katy Perry has once again offended a whole mess of people, to the surprise of absolutely nobody.
There is no discernible theme.
Disney princesses are back in a new webseries, Erika Linder is dreamy in a music video, Tig Notaro could have been on primetime television, and a mockumentary webseries about two trans* guys.
Here’s Yoko’s “cover” of “Firework” by “artist” Katy Perry.
“I wonder which acts of visibility and understanding they’re referring to exactly. Was it the time she played into the stereotype that girls kissing girls is an act done for attention?”
“Did I mention that I saw Kylie, the Queen of the Gays, perform as a child? What chance did I have?”
Surprise, Katy Perry said something really transphobic!
Adam Lambert kisses a boy and we like it. So does Katy Perry, she was there. It’s on video. The boy is Jake Shears. He’s in the Scissor Sisters. They’re gay too.
Why Katy Perry and Taylor Swift’s new music videos aren’t “opposites,” or: “Just When You Thought We Were Done Talking About Taylor Swift and Feminism.”
This is a Celeb Bisexual-themed Sunday Funday special just for you! Katy Perry shares her feelings on Rihanna’s feelings about other women’s feelings for each other, Vanessa Carlton has feelings for ladies and dudes, and Lindsay Lohan feels like she really likes kombucha tea. Also, Obama gives a shoutout to gay dads for Father’s Day and premiere photos from The Kids Are Alright!
You can be gay in India today, Tegan and Sara are finished recording, Obama is goddamned wrong. And no one likes New Jersey. Still.
“In addition to sending us 50 emails a day, Joe Solomnese has been making secret deals with Washington — namely, to prioritize the hate crimes bill and the employee non-discrimination act over “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.”
Robin takes beautiful pictures of Lady Gaga, Uh Huh Her, and Katy Perry! Dinah Shore 09!