It is painful to remember that homophobia — in all its many ugly guises — is something many people experience on a daily basis. But, Manchester artist Paul Harfleet isn't just acknowledging that fact. Or resigning himself to it. He's fighting back — by planting a single pansy in the exact spot of every (recorded) act of homophobia he comes across.
He started this project in 2005 after experiencing three separate incidents on the same day. And so far, he has planted 10,000 pansies in cities all around the world. See the man in action in Austria in this Guerilla Gardening video. And feel just a little bit better about the world we live in. Bravo. (Jezebel)
Sarah Michelle Gellar is the latest actress to lament the lack of strong female roles in Hollywood. Speaking to the Aussie publication Confidential, Gellar talked about how playing everybody's favorite vampire-killing cheerleader early in her career spoiled her.
"The one curse is, as an actor, you get very spoiled read
If you're a fan of art imitating life, raise your hands. Wow! That's way more than we expected. Well, we have some good news. (To those of you that didn't raise your hands, feel free to leave the room now.)
Lauren Graham is joining the cast of the CBS sitcom The Odd Couple, where she'll play the ex-wife of Matthew read