Written by Instinct Staff | Friday, 30 November 2012
, let's have a kiki
, full performance
, sarah jessica parker
, turkey lurkey
, chris colfer
, lea michele
, new york
, scissor sisters
It's weird going from thinking Glee was cancelled years ago to realizing it's still kicking thanks to a socialite-heavy rendition of "Let's Have A Kiki" that's gone viral in less time than Kanye West did after he started dating Kim K.
So, if you want a campy reminder of Glee's existence, follow the jump for a questionable mash up of Kiki and "Turkey Lurkey" starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Shangela, and other NYC creatures of the nightlife.
Written by Instinct Staff | Monday, 16 July 2012
Tags: european union
, human rights
The European Commission has laid down the law in a new statement that bodes well for the LGBT community of member states looking to get in on the EU action; no longer will prospective European Union members with poor LGBT rights records be allowed into the cool club. Details follow.
Written by Instinct Staff | Monday, 26 March 2012
, don't ask don't tell
Turkey does not allow gays in its military, but instead of operating under a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" kind of law, Turkish officials want gay recruits to tell, tell, tell so they can kick them out of service.
Tags: european union
, gay rights
Turkey, Croatia and Macedonia are hoping to join the European Union, but the EU commission has reminded the trio of countries that each applicant must support rights for all minorities before inclusion can be considered. Turkey, Croatia and Macedonia aren't quite there yet.
The UKGayNews reports:
The three candidate countries were reminded that the protection of all minorities is a non-negotiable condition to access the European Union.
“I am happy that our amendments in favour of LGBT rights in the progress reports for Macedonia and Croatia were adopted by the European Parliament,” Ulrike Lunacek MEP, co-president of the European Parliament’s Intergroup on LGBT Rights, said this evening.
The report on Croatia conveys the...FULL STORY
Written by Instinct Staff | Wednesday, 25 November 2009
Tags: president obama
A 45 lb. turkey named Courage won't be spending his posthumous existence on an American dinner table this year. Moments ago, the cute bird was spared his life during President Obama's first foray into the long standing tradition of turkey pardoning.
Hmmm, letting Courage run free? Perhaps Obama can now let Courage run free in the fight to secure equality for all Americans...