what Tyler did was wrong but at least he apologized for it right away while I'm still waiting for Dylan to apologize for that joke he made about a native american land being cursed
Dylan hasn’t apologized for saying Stiles can’t like guys because he’s “not gay” (lol what is bisexuality), for playing gay chiken on camera for laughs nor for stealing from Native sacred lands AND saying they were cursed.
Holland hasn’t apologized for her ugly comments about Africa being uncivilized, her transphobic jokes nor her prison r*pe jokes.
Colton took literally three years to apologize for doing brownface & blackface.
Arden barely addressed her anti-black “all lives matter” comments.
Tyler was, indeed, wrong to joke about being gay & he deserved to be called out, but his apology was quick and actually an apology instead of just an “I didn’t mean it” (which I was scared of when he stopped at that second tweet for a good ten minutes), and I’m super relieved to see that he can be mature and respectful when called out.
Hey what the hecky hoodle is goin on w tyler rn im so lost
Posey said he’s gay and a bunch of Sterek shippers started losing their shit/sending up a hate storm and decided he must be joking because he doesn’t like their gross ship. Apparently, you’re only allowed to be gay if you’re white and your fandom says so.
I just have so much appreciation for Tyler and Josh and the music they create. They’re songs and lyrics have gotten me through so much, and never fail to help me. I can listen to their music and just feel a little better inside. I love this band so much and what they do for me and all their other fans. Thank you Tyler and Josh for everything you have done. You deserve this.
'Teen Wolf' Star Tyler Posey Says He's 'Not Gay,' Apologizes for Snapchat Comments: 'I Just Want to Spread Love'
Tyler Posey is under fire for his latest Snapchat videos.
On Friday, the Teen Wolf star posted a video of himself to the popular app, which showed him standing under a Gay Street sign in New York City’s West Village neighborhood as he exclaimed, “This is me. I am this and this is me. I’ve never felt more alive. I’m gay!”
Within minutes, fans took to Twitter writing things like, “Did Tyler Posey just come out on Snapchat because this is what I call living” and “Tyler Posey just came out as gay in the cutest way, I wasn’t expecting that and I am so proud of him.”
Posey – who called off his engagement to longtime girlfriend Seana Gorlick in 2014 – set the record straight in a series of tweets one day later. He confirmed he is “not gay,” and claimed the posts were intended to “spread love.”
“I am a big proponent of love over hate, and standing together during divisive times,” the 24-year-old actor explained. “Although I’m not gay, I fully support the LGBTQ community. This was a moment intended to reflect that.”
“I think in due time, everyone has to make those decisions when they’re ready, and I wasn’t yet,” he continued. “But I felt like I was letting people down by not coming forward with the rest of what I should have said.”
Based on the internationally-acclaimed play by Colette Freedman, Sister Cities tells the story of four estranged sisters who reunite for their mother’s alleged suicide. As old animosities and new secrets continue to surface, the siblings quickly retreat into their childhood roles. A raging storm traps them inside their island home with their dead mother, and the women’s fragile facades begin to crack as they share memories, play Scrabble, and drink a lot of vodka…
Sister Cities’ all-star cast includes Dianna Agron, Morena Baccarin, Melanie Lynskey, Alfred Molina, David Oyelowo, Liv Tyler, and Jackie Weaver. Screenplay by Colette Freedman