It was a gay (and lesbian) old time at the 24th annual Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards, where Madonna called for revolution, and NFL players, newscasters, “Jersey Shore” stars and Honey Boo Boo joined in the chant for civil rights.And not a single mainstream publication or "black" organization/institution will condemn these comments made by a mega-rich, white, anti-God, pop star who wouldn't know a thing about true discrimination faced on a daily basis by blacks and other minorities in this country, if it slapped her in the face, much less what our ancestors went through on the daily during the days of chattel slavery and Jim Crow laws.
Dressed in a faux Cub Scouts uniform bearing the number 13, Madonna stole the show in an 11-minute speech before urging the Boy Scouts of America “to change their stupid rules” of banning gay members.
She compared discrimination against homosexuals to white supremacists lynching black people in the Deep South and said, “I don’t know about you, but I can’t take this s— anymore. That’s why I want to start a revolution. Are you with me? It’s 2013. We live in America — the land of the free and home of the brave? That’s a question, not a statement.”
After being introduced by Madonna, Anderson Cooper took the stage to receive the Vito Russo Award for promoting equality. There, the Material Girl gave him a big hug, grabbed his butt, then tattooed him with big messy kisses that left the CNN anchorman wiping red lipstick from his mouth.
“I’ve had so many blessings in my life and being gay is certainly one of the greatest blessings,” said Cooper, thanking his boyfriend, Benjamin Maisani. “It has allowed me to love and to be loved.”
Oh yeah, that's Anderson Cooper (above) planting a kiss on Madonna's lips. The irony of homosexuals claiming that they're "born that way" but yet have no problem being intimate with members the opposite sex is beyond funny to me.
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