Well, that was awkward. If Jared wasn’t just subjected to the worst first date in history then we’re not sitting here eating leftover pie for breakfast (again). But, Brent isn’t always a total mess. The guy runs PR and organizes events for half of Nashville. He even manages to keep his pants on most of…
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Article: Be thankful for our issues
Ready for the big issues at the Thanksgiving table? We’re all girding ourselves for the annual airing of our issues, our mothers’ issues and everybody else’s issues that is Thanksgiving.
Growing up, I was an easy target for bullies. I was a chubby, gay kid who preferred watching musicals to playing football. I was an outsider who never really fit in.
So, what do you think of Shane’s Jesus t-shirts? Well, we’re never going to turn down something sparkly, but perhaps they were a bit…much? Sherrié certainly seemed to think so. Everyone is entitled to their own spiritual journey, so let’s check out the journey that brought us these fabulous shirts. They certainly didn’t just emerge fully formed and perfectly bedazzled, you know.
Article: How To Handle Your Drama Queen
Surprise! It looks like we’ve got a Drama Queen on our hands this season.
I think most Americans grow up as part of some kind of religious community, even if they were raised by hippies on a commune, like Wynona Ryder. Children, however, don’t have a say as to which communities and beliefs they’re exposed to. That’s one of the few perks a parent has. But, as kids get older they realize they are gay, bisexual, two-spirit, Chaz Bono, and start to feel the pressures of dogma on their sensitive backsides. For many of us, it’s the first real challenge of our faith and our faith in our community.
This season’s girls and boys are no strangers to bullying. Spoiler Alert! Many LGBTQ youth are ridiculed for being perceived as different and, sadly, it doesn’t always to stop when they get older. It does get better, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Just listen to Shane’s gut-wrenching account of his recent confrontation with a homeless man, and then watch Jared recount another big bully…the Ku Klux Klan.
Here is a GIRLS WHO LIKE BOYS WHO LIKE BOYS first! Peter and Kristin met on a dating website. And then they went on a date. Obviously, it didn’t work out. While they failed at romance, they succeeded in becoming instant BFFs.
What do you get when you mix two frustrated, country music singer-songwriters, a Broadway show and a little bit of love for the Lord? The Nashville stylings of Sherrié and Shane! These two thought they’d reached the end of the line on their singing careers when fate intervened to bring them together and show them the way back to Tennessee–where they’re set for a season of making beautiful music together. Don’t believe us? Both have projects coming out this month, so you can listen for yourselves.
Thought you knew everything there was to know about the South? Well, it’s not all cotillion parties and gratuitous displays of your Second Amendment rights, though both are pretty fabulous in their own right. The Nashville cast of GIRLS WHO LIKE BOYS WHO LIKE BOYS is about to show us a kinder, gentler (OK, sometimes bitchier) side to living out and proud in the South.
Put down that Pumpkin Spice Latte and step away from the glitter shadow, because the new season of GIRLS WHO LIKE BOYS WHO LIKE BOYS is coming out! Get a first look at the Nashville cast as they prepare to unleash their unique brand of southern-fried FIERCE on Sundance Channel.
Sundance Channel announced today that the second
season of the hit series “Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys” will be set in
Nashville, Tennessee. New episodes of GIRLS WHO LIKE BOYS WHO LIKE BOYS are slated to premiere in late 2011.
These dynamic and dramatic southern women are eschewing tradition with a rebel
yell and partnering up with their gay BFFs – sharing laughter, love and support
with one another as they experience life’s big milestones.
SUNDANCE CHANNEL ACQUIRES CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED FAN FAVORITE ‘MY SO-CALLED LIFE’ New York, April 7, 2011 – Sundance Channel has announced that it has acquired the iconic series MY SO-CALLED LIFE from Disney-ABC Domestic Television, premiering on April 25 at 11PM ET/PT. The one-hour series broke new ground when it launched in 1994 by following a group…