Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Those fags and dykes at GLAAD are at it again

This is killing me. Now GLAAD is forcing me to defend "American Idol." Isn't having Ryan Seacrest on the show enough for them?

Bosses at America's leading gay rights group are demanding a summit meeting with the producers of TV talent show "American Idol" after claiming the program is "increasingly homophobic".

Officials at the Gay And Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) were appalled by homophobic remarks made by judges Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson on the first show of the new season, which aired in America on Tuesday.

On the program, Brit Cowell told one effeminate wannabe to "shave off your beard and wear a dress," while Jackson asked another audition hopeful, "Are you a girl?" Both contestants were rejected.

A spokesman tells entertainment news website TMZ.com, "GLAAD is reaching out to the show's producers to discuss our concerns and the concerns of community members and allies, who have contacted us about this matter."

You really need a life if you're contacting GLAAD about something Simon says.


  1. Sorry, I called them. I was offended

  2. I'm offended at all this offensive offending. Whom should I call?