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Celebrities should be held accountable for name calling

By | 2018-01-15T19:33:07-05:00 February 1st, 2007|Opinions|

Now Isaiah Washington is in rehab. He wants to build a bridge between gay and straight. Glad he is able to learn from this and is willing to change. Isaiah opened up the doors for discussion. I just can’t get over people using this derogatory comment. I have noticed on some channels that they may beep Isaiah comment. In the papers they just boldly stated the truth. What a way to open up 2007! We are demanding an apology from a celebrity who called us a nasty name. Pat on the back to GLSEN and GLAAD for all their hard work.
Frank Vaca

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