Globes had ‘offensive agenda’, says group that finds glee in denying gay kids are all right

The Family Research Council’s assessment of last night’s Golden Globes:

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As in past years, the Globes proved that studios are far less concerned about entertaining people than they with indoctrinating them. Last night’s awards were a celebration — not of America’s values, but of Hollywood’s. Projects like The Kids Are All Right, Black Swan, “Glee,” and others were rewarded for pushing the cultural envelope or advancing a liberal political agenda.

[FRC]

Ooh, someone’s bitter their script about a Southern Poverty Law Center-designated “hate group” choosing to call for the exportation or criminalization of the minority population whose love lives they compare to that which might exist between a man and a horse is stalling in production turnaround!

But don’t worry, FRC: We’re sure your film will eventually get made. Many future civil rights documentarians are collecting B-roll…



*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]



*SOURCE: MSNBC

…even as we speak.




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Golden Globes 2011: Host Ricky Gervais Mocks John Travolta’s Closet

Joe. My. God.

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Golden Globes for Jane Lynch and Chris Colfer

Glee’s two openly gay stars won Golden Globes tonight. Jane Lynch won for Best Actress in a TV series and Chris Colfer won his for Best Supporting Actor in a TV series tonight.

And, as you’ll see, Colfer gave a great speech:




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Golden Globes: Chris Colfer’s Acceptance Speech Message To Bullies

Glee's Chris Colfer takes home the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in TV Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie. One small step for out homosexual actors, one giant leap for high school musicals. He says during his acceptance speech: "To all the bullies who say you can’t be who you are: screw that, kids."

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