Our democracy is a people’s democracy. And it can be as great as the people can be, but it’s also as fallible as people are.
Instead of talking about Star Trek or his gay-rights activism, the actor chose to discuss his World War II experience on The Daily Show
Clearly, U.S. groups recognized the market for homophobia stateside was dwindling, and so tried to sell it somewhere else. Meaning that Africa isn’t just where we send our losing team’s Super Bowl shirts; it’s also where we now send our losing political philosophies.
I may have the genetic coding that I’m inclined to be an alcoholic, but I have the desire not to do that, and I look at the homosexual issue the same way.
That is impressive to see a lesbian pulling such a dick move.
Most of the political (and thus media) attention in the gay rights debate centers around gay men, and gay marriage. On Tuesday night’s Daily Show, Jon Stewart decided to see how lesbians are doing, and specifically how they’re faring in gay-unfriendly red states.