New Delhi, India— As the Naz Foundation had done four years ago, they found themselves back in front of India’s High Court over the same issue: Is homosexuality legal or not?
By Rodger Streitmatter—Entertainment Writer
A strong case can be made that Will & Grace gave LGBT rights a huge boost. Beginning in the fall of 1998 and continuing for the next eight seasons, the TV sitcom brought two gay men into American living rooms for 30 laugh-out-loud minutes every week.
Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today
For some the expression American Dream brings a wave of movie memes of a quiet summer in a suburban community where the old La France fire truck is rounding the corner toward the firehouse, returning from retrieving a cat from an oak tree in Mrs. Miller’s yard. Children are running from being sprayed by a garden hose because Mr. Samuels washes his car and the children love to play with the Samuels’ children and Mr. Samuels is by far the best father everyone knows.
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