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ESPN senior writer and CNN contributor LZ Granderson delivers a wonderful TED Talk on the myth of the so-called "gay agenda." Love his "Torch Song Trilogy" intro. Watch it AFTER THE JUMP ...
Granderson was named the 2011 journalist of the year by the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. He also won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Digital Journalism three years ago.
Posted by Rod at 17:16 in CNN, Gay, Gay Marriage, Gay Parents, LZ Granderson, News, Sports, TED | Permalink
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Thanks Rod. I really enjoyed his talk. Whenever we can go into mainstream venues and speak on this topic, we should. I love the TED talks anyway. They are so enlightening.
18 June 2012 at 19:37
Are there any celeb Black Gay Men in media who also has a Black partner? With all due respect to this gentlemen, I just can't deal with these types of Black Men until I've seen Black Love showcased as an example for us all.
Don Lemon, I'm talking to you too...
Black Pegasus |
19 June 2012 at 10:17
Thanks Rod. That was a good video. It doesnt matter who LZ's partner is, the message is on point.
19 June 2012 at 16:21
As an openly gay entertainer myself, trust me,
it doesn't MATTER whether one has a 'partner' or not.
It doesn't invalidate a person's position or stance just because they haven't met a significant other.
If anything, straight, gay or otherwise,
people should be praised MORE for being themselves without someone beside them. If you need more than that, from positive out LBGT folks,
perhaps YOU should look inward.
20 June 2012 at 01:23
Awesome TED speech. Brought tears to my eyes at the end. The gay agenda is only to be treated equally. Why do so many try to claim otherwise?
Daniel in the Lions' Den |
20 June 2012 at 18:17
Why MUST they have a black partner?
You can have a life partner of another ethnicity and, in fact, celebrating blackness and treat black people with dignity and respect.
Chitown Kev |
20 June 2012 at 18:23
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