Photo via I’maBadKid
UPDATE: Dianna blogs about the “Likes Girls” t-shirt HERE
June 2, 2000 – What does that day, month and year mean to you? President Bill Clinton used that particular day to declare ”Gay and Lesbian Pride Month”.
Last night, I wanted to do something to show my respect and love for the GLBT community. Support that people could actually see. Which is why I decided to change my shirt for the show. I happened to read a few comments that were posted on twitter. Many of you asked, “why?” This is my response. I am not asking for you to agree with what I am saying, but if you are listening, thank you. That is all I can ask. And a step further would be to take a moment to (honestly) answer the questions that I have raised. We can’t always put ourselves in someone else’s shoes. But we can try..
Dianna Agron wore a “Likes Girls” t-shirt during the Glee cast performance of “Born This Way” on their Toronto tour stop tonight, resulting in an explosion on twitter of peeps speculating that Dianna had perhaps come out as a lesbian.
C’mon. If the Glee star was a lesbian who had made the decision to come out, she’d do it in a front page exclusive with People magazine–not on some dumb t-shirt IN CANADA NO LESS. Take a minute to THINK PEOPLE. Lulz.
For those of you who don’t follow Glee–on the “Born This Way” episode, the kids sang the GAGA anthem wearing t-shirts that declared something about themselves that set them apart from others. “Lucy Caboosey” is Dianna’s usual slogan–a mean nickname kids called her in middle school when she used to be fat.
Dianna was probably supporting LGBT rights. Maybe a statement in reaction to nutcase and 30 Rock star, Tracy Morgan, who went off on a homophobic rant in concert at the Ryman theater in Nashville a few days ago?
The real question isn’t “Is Dianna Agron coming out as a lesbian?” but “What would Quinn do?” The kids are supposed to be performing in character. Somehow, I can’t imagine the super-conservative and image-conscious Quinn wearing a “Likes Girls” t-shirt. I’m just sayin’.