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Although it could be a month before same-sex marriages legally resume in California, that did not keep anyone from rejoicing over yesterday's Supreme Court decision to strike down the federal Defense of Marriage Act laws denying legal recognition of them, as well California's Prop. 8 banning gay marriage. The ruling marks a major breakthrough in the advancement of equal rights for same-sex couples, the mission of the Human Rights Campaign's social media push that asked all to show support by changing their profile photos to the campaign's red equal sign back in March. In honor of yesterday's huge leap forward, let's say bye-bye to DOMA with a look at the 27 cleverest, funniest or otherwise noteworthy interpretations of the red equality symbol the campaign inspired. More»
When the Human Rights Campaign asked the public to help paint the town red to show support for marriage equality by changing their social media profile photos to the campaign's red equal sign, they probably didn't anticipate the myriad of interpretations it would inspire. As has probably been flooding your feeds, the social media push has spawned a vast array of takes on the now ubiquitous red square containing a whitish equal sign, some of which are pretty clever. A few even made us laugh. So, we've diligently trolled the deep, dark corners of the internet and meme underworld so you don't have to and present to you our picks for the 27 funniest or otherwise noteworthy versions of the red equality symbol.
There's only really two ways to get many of the biggest names and most well-respected actors on the planet in one room. The first way is to give out golden statues, and we just wrapped that up last week. The second way, on the other hand, is to offer them parts in a project that's too prestigious, well-written or morally important to pass up, and preferably all three. This, it seems, is how half of Hollywood was involved in this weekend's staged reading at the Wilshire Ebell of Academy Award-winning writer Dustin Lance Black's new play "8", which tells the story of the recent appeals court decision declaring gay-marriage ban Proposition 8 to be unconstitutional. More»
So now that we've dealt with that whole Debt Ceiling thing and America is back on track for 100 more years of world-leading prosperity (right?), we can finally get back to focusing on the issues that really matter. Like gay muppet marriage, obviously. More»
Sunday, March 9
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.