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October 1, 2013

'I've gone both ways. I do as I please ... Men are intriguing. So are chicks'

After years of speculation about her sexuality, actress Michelle Rodriguez says she has 'gone both ways' and is bisexual.

But instead of a big announcement, she casually mentions this in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly.

'I do as I please,' she says. 'I am too f---ing curious to sit here and not try when I can. Men are intriguing. So are chicks.'

May 20, 2013

Morehouse College speech calls on grads to have empathy for all minority groups

During a commencement speech at the all-male Morehouse College on Sunday (19 May), President Barack Obama encouraged students - straight or gay - to be good spouses and parents.

'... That’s what I’m asking all of you to do: Keep setting an example for what it means to be a man. Be the best husband to your wife, or your boyfriend, or your partner. Be the best father you can be to your children. Because nothing is more important.'

March 29, 2013

Singer engages in silent protest outside nightclub in Santa Cruz

Singer Michelle Shocked showed up at the club Moe's Alley in Santa Cruz, California, on Thursday (28 March) but instead of performing on stage, she sat outside with tape over her mouth.

Moe's was one of nearly a dozen USA venues that canceled Shocked's appearance after she shocked an audience at a club in San Francisco earlier this month by going on an anti-gay marriage rant.

January 7, 2013

'I love her as deeply as I love almost anyone. But we don’t do it'

When Michelle Williams attended last year's Academy Awards as a best actress nominee for My Week With Marilyn, her 'date' for the evening was her former Dawson's Creek co-star Busy Phillips.

In fact, Phillips was seen with Williams so much throughout awards season that some began speculating about whether or not the two women were more than friends.

December 6, 2012

Ellen DeGeneres, Rachel Maddow and Janis Ian all nominated in Best Spoken Word Album category

R&B and Hip-Hop singer Frank Ocean may have got the most attention of the openly gay Grammy nominees announced on Thursday (5 November) evening.

But he's not the only LGBT nominee this year.

Gay musician Dave Koz was nominated in the Best Pop Instrumental Album for his Live at the Blue Note Tokyo album and bisexual actress and comedienne Margaret Cho is a nominee in the Best Comedy Album category for Cho Dependent: Live in Concert.

September 5, 2012

Anderson Coooper: 'I’ve never heard such a well delivered speech by a first lady ever'

Michelle Obama made quite an impression on gay celebrities who were filled with praise for the US First Lady after her widely-praised speech at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday (4 September).

'I’ve never heard such a well delivered speech by a first lady ever,' tweeted Anderson Cooper who is anchoring convention coverage for CNN.