Rev Leonard, 37, is a Black same-gender loving freedom fighter
Saturday March 4, 2006 6:30 PM
In the final strip from the recent gay cowboy thread, Aaron McGruder's Granddad comes to the startling revelation that he can appreciate gay-themed movies and music without turning gay himself! GASP! Click on strip to read it.
Didn't we leave this behind in the 20th Century? According to a federal discrimination suit filed yesterday, Welch West Virginia Sheriff Robert K. Bowman physically prevented a bystander from performing CPR on Claude Green, Jr. who was suffering a heart atack. Green died at the hospital. Sheriff Bowman acted because he thought Green was HIV positive. […]
In another example of homopersecution, the Presbyterian Church is at it again. This time, the Reverend Jane Spahr is facing a trial for conducting wedding for same sex couples in 2004 and 2005. Spahr is a native of Pittsburgh's Northside. Spahr choose to use the term wedding at the couples' request in order to honor […]
Unproclaimed lesbian idol Jodie Foster will be the commencement speaker for the University of Pennsylvania's Class of 2006. The university will bestow an Honorary Doctor of Arts degree upon Ms. Foster. My commencement speaker was the CEO of some chemical firm that had financial investments in apartheid South Africa. 🙁 Congratulations to the Penn lesbians! […]
The Post-Gazette's Scott Mervis faces down Brokeback Mountain's impending dominance of the Oscars … With a nod to “Brokeback Mountain,” the PG brings you its first-ever gay-cowboy 12-question movie quiz. Because, to no one's surprise, the genre doesn't run deep, our focus here is not on cowboy movies with gay people, but rather, with Oscar-related […]
Big Gay Picture has a little update on anti-Rene Portland protests at Penn State women's basketball games … Here's a quote from Rene Portland that sums up the entire situation (and she is oblivious to the irony) “Can we just talk about basketball? You guys have tried for six goddamn months, excuse my language,” Portland […]
This is especially funny. One of the good things about Aaron McGruder's satire is not having to add much in the way of commentary. Click on the cartoon to read the strip.