The transsexual actor who calls himself Laverne Cox corrected Oprah’s bestie, Gayle King who reminded him he was born a boy.
The exchange occurred during Cox’s appearance on “CBS This Morning” Tuesday.
The world was introduced to androgynous model Andrej Pejic when he modeled both male and female clothes on the cover of ELLE magazine. But now, after supposedly undergoing a sex change, Andrej has officially come out as a transgender woman named Andreja, who will presumably stop modeling male clothing altogether.
Fast food giant Burger King is showing its support for Gay Pride by repackaging its signature Whopper sandwich in rainbow colored wrappers that reads “We are all the same inside.”
The $4.29 gay-friendly ‘Proud Whopper’ sandwich is being offered at one San Francisco area Burger King franchise on Market Street through Thursday.
The Notorious BIG‘s only son, Christopher Wallace Jr. aka CJ, graduated from high school recently. His proud mom, singer Faith Evans tweeted, “My first born son @cj_toa & I #proud”.
Update: CJ’s mom, the aforementioned Faith Evans, just responded to this post on Twitter:
@SandraRose eat a hundred d*@#$!
— Faith Renée Evans (@faithevans) June 2, 2014
In my post titled “Tae Heckard is Brandon Jennings’ Problem Now” I told you that Tae was once married to a woman.
And since TMZ lives on my blog, someone on TMZ’s staff did a little digging and uncovered a civil union license with Tae and another woman’s names on it.
Before Tae ties the knot with Brandon (and his financial assets), she must first divorce her wife.
After gay CNN anchor Anderson Cooper revealed his sexual preference in a letter to a friend, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith, right, began preparations in earnest for his big “coming out” celebration.
That is, until Fox News honchos learned of Smith’s plans and demoted him to the mail room.
Three gay couples are challenging Georgia’s ban on same-sex marriage, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The three couples and a lesbian widow filed a federal lawsuit challenging the ban that prevents homosexual marriages from taking place in Georgia.
The plaintiffs include two Atlanta men who are raising a 9-year-old boy together.