Most actors surveyed think directors and producers are biased against them, study finds.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A new study suggests the proliferation of gay and transgender characters in films and television shows has not prevented gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender actors from experiencing discrimination in Hollywood.
The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists commissioned the survey released Friday showing that more than half of the actors who identify as gay, bisexual and transgender say they think directors and producers are biased against them.
Is it impossible to be monogamous — or do we just not want to?
By Lesli Doares for YourTango.com
It seems that no matter where you turn these days, there's lots of talk about infidelity, sexting, the obsoleteness of marriage and the impossibility of being monogamous. Call me old fashioned, or just plain obtuse, but is remaining physically and emotionally faithful to your partner really that difficult? Are humans that beholden to their impulses ... or just that unwilling to deny themselves pleasure?
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Single? Here's why you should be jumping up and down.
Despite what the rom-coms might have us believe, living the single life isn't always such a cakewalk. You eat your feelings in chocolate while watching "The Bachelor," it seems like all of your friends are getting engaged and flashing their rings in your face (or newsfeed), you're tired of the annoyingly concerned looks you get from your grandma when you show up to another holiday without a steady boyfriend, and I won't even get started on all the stark statistics about couples who are allegedly leading these healthy, love-filled lives.
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Although the full-beard trend is currently alive and well, research covered in the journal "Evolution & Human Behavior" found that it's actually stubble, or more specifically heavy stubble (which takes 10 days of living a razor-free life), that has women swooning the most. We're not talking about a mere five o'clock shadow, but rather a six o'clock one, and maybe even a six-forty-five one.
Sometimes, a bridesmaid doesn't need a dress — because it's a brides-man! Are there different responsibilities or attire requirements for a brides-man or man-of-honor?
My best guy friend will be my "maid-of-honor." What are his duties/what does he wear?
It's fine to have a close guy friend as part of your bridal party, and whether he is filling a "bridesmaid" role or even the "maid-of-honor" role, he is typically called an "honor attendant." (It's nice to check with your fiancé first, to be sure he's comfortable with this new tradition.)
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A Pennsylvania pastor says his congregation fired him for supporting same-sex marriage.
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A wedding surprise is ruined thanks to a sleepy owl.
She had one job.
A bride in England wanted to surprise her husband on their wedding day, so she picked Darcy, a trained barn owl, to be the ring-bearer. The plan was simple: the rings would be tied to Darcy’s feet, and a hired falconer would cue the owl during the ceremony.