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What’s On Before, After Dem “Gay Debate”

As you are probably aware, tonight those moral paragons seeking the Democrat Presidential nomination will be pandering debating at a homosexual forum.

This transparent circus historic event is sponsored by the so-called Human Rights Campaign and Logo, the cable network for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and the transgendered (LGBT):

Democratic Presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., left, addresses members of the National Association of Black Journalists at the 32nd NABJ Convention at Bally’s hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2007, as moderator and CNN White House correspondent Suzanne Malveaux looks on.

LOGO – LGBT TV Schedule

9:00 PM

Presidential Forum

Logo and Human Rights Campaign Foundation present this historic and first-ever live televised U.S. Presidential candidate forum on issues of importance to the LGBT community, with the leading 2008 Democratic presidential candidates including Hillary Clinton, Chris Dodd, John Edwards, Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, Barack Obama, and Bill Richardson….

As a public service here is the full list of tonight’s Logo network programming:

Thursday, August 9 2007

All Times Are Eastern Standard Time (EST)

6:00 AM

In the Life
Comfort in Crisis

This episode features topics including how 9/11 has affected three gay and lesbian domestic partners, the work of writer and director Mois‚s Kaufman and members of his Tectonic Theater Project who created The Laramie Project, and a profile of Project 10, the nation’s first public school program dedicated to providing onsite educational support to LGBT…

7:00 AM

The Big Gay Sketch Show
Episode 4

Pocket Gay is every boy and girl’s best new playmate in this commercial parody. Worlds collide in the news report on Bear in the Burbs, which warns of the dangers of wandering into someone else’s ‘hood. Logo Life Tips spruces up the art of cocktail parties by making your own Ice! When I Knew recalls the moment when our cast members knew they were gay…

7:30 AM

Curl Girls
Hit the Waves

Hit the waves with the Curl Girls: Gingi, Michele, Melissa, Erin, Vanessa, and Jessica as they talk about relationships, tattoos, and surf etiquette. While Jessica and Melissa’s relationship is on the rocks, newcomer Gingi strains the group dynamic. Team tension mounts as the ladies organize a friendly surf…

8:00 AM

Wisecrack
Vickie Shaw

In Logo’s original comedy stand-up series, Vickie Shaw reveals her experiences growing up gay in the South and her love of police officers and their handcuffs.

8:30 AM

Liberty: 3 Stories About Life and Death

A touching exploration of death that reminds us that life is not only worth living, but celebrating. Three women in different stages of life whose stories will correct misconceptions about age and sexual orientation. Part of Logo’s Real Momentum documentary series.

9:30 AM

The Celluloid Closet

Clips and interviews are intertwined to present this groundbreaking examination of gay people in the movies. From early films, when characters only hinted at homosexuality, to the daring films of recent years that have presented more honest portrayals. Narrated by Lily Tomlin. Part of Logo’s Real Momentum documentary series. …

11:30 AM

On the Downlow

On the Downlow depicts the subculture of gay African American men who maintain "straight" lives in public while leading secretive affairs with other men in private. Set in Cleveland, the four men portrayed differ both in background as well as sexual preference. One man, a self-described "thug," describes his liking for "drag and femme queens" while…

12:30 PM

First Comes Love 2
Fern & Susan

Fern and Susan have been together for years. They want a traditional Jewish ceremony, with a rabbi and all the rituals. Sounds simple, but they have no venue, no plans, and can’t even agree on a guest list. Their seven year old son Ronny is holding the whole thing together . it WAS his idea in the first place. And when the family arrives. that’s when…

1:30 PM

Latter Days

A bet between friends is the catalyst that leads a gay party boy and a Mormon missionary to discover not only each other but themselves. In this surprisingly touching story, stereotypes of religion and homosexuality are challenged as these two young men come to greater understanding of what it means to be in love. …

4:00 PM

Small Town Gay Bar

A close look at two gay bars in rural Mississippi and their struggle to survive in unfriendly and often hostile territory. Through interviews with their patrons and an exploratory look at local hate crimes and the history of other nearby gay bars, the documentary reaffirms that there is still much progress to be made in the fight for acceptance. …

6:00 PM

Gender Rebel

This original documentary explores the shattering of the confines of traditional gender identities by individuals who define themselves not as male or female, but something that incorporates both. Jill, who comfortably identifies as gender-queer, faces the challenge of coming out to family. Kim wants to undergo top surgery but must also address the…

7:00 PM

Small Town Gay Bar

A close look at two gay bars in rural Mississippi and their struggle to survive in unfriendly and often hostile territory. Through interviews with their patrons and an exploratory look at local hate crimes and the history of other nearby gay bars, the documentary reaffirms that there is still much progress to be made in the fight for acceptance. …

9:00 PM

Presidential Forum

Logo and Human Rights Campaign Foundation present this historic and first-ever live televised U.S. Presidential candidate forum on issues of importance to the LGBT community, with the leading 2008 Democratic presidential candidates including Hillary Clinton, Chris Dodd, John Edwards, Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, Barack Obama, and Bill Richardson….

11:00 PM

Presidential Forum

Logo and Human Rights Campaign Foundation present this historic and first-ever live televised U.S. Presidential candidate forum on issues of importance to the LGBT community, with the leading 2008 Democratic presidential candidates including Hillary Clinton, Chris Dodd, John Edwards, Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, Barack Obama, and Bill Richardson….

1:00 AM

Freddie Mercury: Magic Remixed

Take a close and intimate look at the life and career of Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of Queen and one of the most famous and distinctive voices in rock music. Featuring celebrity interviews with Elton John, Robbie Williams, Boy George, and more, as well as home video and concert footage, this documentary follows Freddie Mercury from his Indian…

2:00 AM

The Big Gay Sketch Show
Episode 4

Pocket Gay is every boy and girl’s best new playmate in this commercial parody. Worlds collide in the news report on Bear in the Burbs, which warns of the dangers of wandering into someone else’s ‘hood. Logo Life Tips spruces up the art of cocktail parties by making your own Ice! When I Knew recalls the moment when our cast members knew they were gay…

2:30 AM

Queer As Folk
Episode 2

Viewer discretion is advised. Brian decides to start his own ad agency; Ted struggles to re-enter life after rehab; Emmett and Michael discover their "inner faerie;" Justin encourages a friend to fight back against his bashers.

3:30 AM

Prick Up Your Ears

(Gary Oldman & Vanessa Redgrave) This film tells the true story of the life and violent death of British playwright Joe Orton. In adolescence, Orton begins an ongoing relationship with Kenneth Halliwell, an older man. As Orton takes on the adventures and dangers of the bath-houses and public restrooms of London, Halliwell, being less attractive and…

And they do mean "programming."

Our Presidential campaigns have come to this?

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