Constantine on Television: Was That a Cigarette?

Constantine on Television: Was That a Cigarette?

At long last, Constantine has been, sort of, returned to his British roots with the show’s appearance on American television but thus far, this chain smoking Liverpudlian has played with his lighter more than he has puffed on any tobacco laden products although towards the end of episode two, that was a cigarette he popped into his mouth before being disturbed by Zed. It was, in fact, one from an entire packet of cigarettes that Constantine had in his possession, presumably, over the first two episodes of the series on NBC.

Sarah Silverman Enrages Transgender Community

Sarah Silverman Enrages Transgender Community

Sarah Silverman made a video where she points out the wage gap between men and women, in the clip, she decides to get a penis and become “a dude,” this has enraged the transgender community. They feel that Sarah has treated the plight of a “vulnerable” community lightly and The Jim Collins Foundation has called for The National Women’s Law Center to remove the “offending” video.

Jennifer Lopez Honored by GLAAD With Vanguard Award

Jennifer Lopez Honored by GLAAD With Vanguard Award

Jennifer Lopez was honored by GLAAD, and the LGBT community with the Vanguard Award at the 25th annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday. The award was principally for her work as executive producer on the ABC television series The Fosters.

 

Jennifer Lopez Honored by GLAAD With Vanguard Award

Jennifer Lopez Honored by GLAAD With Vanguard Award

Jennifer Lopez was honored by GLAAD, and the LGBT community with the Vanguard Award at the 25th annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday. The award was principally for her work as executive producer on the ABC television series The Fosters.

 

Ellen Page Comes out Anne Rice Gets Hostility

Ellen Page Comes out Anne Rice Gets Hostility

When Ellen Page came out on Valentines Day at the HRC hosted Time to Thrive first annual conference for young people of the LGBT community many rushed to lend their support to the 26 year-old Canadian actress; one such supporter was author Anne Rice who got hostility for her words of approval. The 72 year-old American author, who gave new life to vampire fiction and created the character Lestat, posted a message of support on her Facebook page. Rice said that she applauded Page’s courage and that each time a “prominent person” came out, another blow against bullying, bigotry, stereotyping and ignorance occurred.