WEEK IN COMMENTS

COMMENTS: Mourning Nolan Miller, Getting Over Morrissey, Schooling Caiden Cowger, And More

Time for the Queerty Week in Comments, with the most compelling, thought-provoking or just downright bitchy comments that came directly from you, the readers!

“I’m a huge fan of The Smiths and Moz’s solo work but his grumpy statements are pretty much to be expected. He’s so reliably contrarian, sometimes you just have to roll you eyes.

And I don’t think many people would call him ‘cult’ these days, though they might use a word that sounds somewhat similar.”

Red S. justifies Morrissey’s bitchiness, in Morrissey: Celebrities Like David Beckham Are Idiots

 

“No, in reality, all marches toward equality and acceptance start with a first step. I thank this group for being on the right side of history.”

James doesn’t believe there’s a hidden agenda, in Conservative Jews Give Thumbs-Up to Gay Glass-Stomping

“I don’t know how things are supposed to be in America, but aren’t kids his age supposed to be, well, studying something or mowing the lawn for chump change? What the (beep) does a 14-year-old have to say that would merit regular air time?”

14-year-old Caiden Cowger (right) is no threat to TracyDom, in Teen Radio Host Claims Obama and Biden “Is Making Kids Gay!” [UPDATED]

 

“Before everyone gets all kissy-poo with the enemy. Did you miss the part on CNN where they continue to say that just because they are trying to ‘build bridges’ that doesn’t mean that they support marriage equality. They still think that they own the word — like other Dominionist cults.I wonder how thrilled Martin Luther King and oppressed Blacks in the 1960s South would have been to have had proud segregationists join in their freedom marches?”

Whatever isn’t impressed with Mormons joining Utah Pride, in PHOTOS: 300 Mormons Joined Utah Pride And Lightning Didn’t Strike Anyone!

“Nolan Miller defined the ’80s for me: The outrageous fashions, the unashamed glamor. I regularly watch re-runs of Dynasty, the Love Boat and, of course, Charlie’s Angels—for which he designed three times as many outfits for season four than previous seasons—all the time.

He loved glamor and opulence and I admired him for that. He left a true Hollywood legacy and wont be forgotten.”

Carl laments the loss of a fashion icon, in Legendary “Dynasty” Designer Nolan Miller Dead At 79