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Two and a Half Men has certainly known its share of controversy (see Sheen, Charlie).

So it should come as little surprise that the CBS sitcom is courting more of it heading into its final season.

Speaking to reporters today at the Television Critics Assocation summer press tour, network Entertainment Chairman Nina Tassler revealed the show's main upcoming storyline.

"Walden [Ashton Kutcher] is going to have a major health scare and it's going to give him a little bit of an existential crisis," the executive teased.

Looking to "add more meaning to his life," the character will decide to adopt a child.

Walden and Alan on Two and a Half Men

HOWEVER, "he realizes it's very difficult to adopt a child as a single, straight man," so "once and for all he decides I'm going to propose to Alan," Tassler explained, adding of Walden's thought process:

"We're going to get married and we're going to adopt a child as a gay couple. That's going to start the season on Two and a Half Men and I think we're off to a great ride."

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Demi Lovato is once again standing up for a cause she believes in.

The singer, who revealed last month that her late grandfather was gay, is featured in a new public service announcement on behalf of the Human Rights Campaign.

In the footage, she makes a strong push for marriage equality across the board.

"I believe that love comes in all different shapes, sizes and colors, so whether you are LGBT or straight, your love is valid, beautiful, and an incredible gift," Lovato says, adding:

"So let’s protect love and strengthen the institution of marriage by allowing loving, caring, and committed same sex couples to legally marry."

Lovato served as the Grand Marshal of the L.A. Pride Parade last month, performing in front of thousands and giving the finger to haters.

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How do you get more controversial than a commercial that asks folks what they poop on?

Allstate has the answer.

The insurance company has unveiled a new commercial titled “Safe in My Hands” that is set to an original song by Eli Lieb and which chronicles a boy with one large hand.

We watch as the young man is judged throughout his life… until he finds someone just like himself: another male.

“We believe everyone should be treated with respect and without judgment no matter who they love,” Allstate says on its site, while the following spots adds:

"Everyone deserves to be in good hands."

What do you think of this LGBT-friendly commercial, THGers?

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Jim Parsons is a multi-time Emmy Award winner. 

He is beloved for his role as Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory.

But the actor admits in an interview with Ellen DeGeners this week... he's a total loser.

Parsons is put on the spot while talking to the comedian when the topic of gay marriage is broached. He’s been with boyfriend Todd Spiewak for 11 years, yet the two are yet to exchange any vows.

What's the hold up?

"I feel like I haven't been enthusiastic enough about it," Parsons says in the following exchange. "And now I feel like I'm a loser for the cause."

Parsons came out as gay in a May 2012 New York Times interview, simply mentioning his relationship in an interview about his Broadway career.

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Children are often the best role models.

Consider this little girl, who was open and honest in telling her boyfriend why the two needed to break up.

Or this awesome young student, who passive aggressively called his teacher out for not actually reading through his test answers.

And now consider the following toddler. Upon meeting his first homosexual couple, he at first finds the concept "so funny" because, come on, he's a kid.

But then the tyke asks the only question that should matter ("So, you two love each other?") and goes on about his life, even making it clear there won't be any discrimination in his impending ping pong match.

You've gotta watch this:

Little dude, we'll play ping pong with you any time.

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It's well established at this point what Kirk Cameron thinks gay marriage is not just unnatural, but "destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."

This is a man who is on record saying he would tell a gay child that, "just because you feel one way doesn’t mean we should act on everything we feel."

So it's no surprise that in a new video for the Alliance Defending Freedom, Kirk seeks to help people he says are shunned for being opposed to same-sex rights:

Skip on up to about the 20-minute mark for key takeaway: When people promote gay rights, those people are basically anti-God and/or anti-American.

At least according to Cameron's Alliance.

Moreover, if college campuses hold gay pride events, they are "indoctrinating" students against Christian principles, and thus violating the constitution.

This, he believes, must be stopped.

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Are you in love, on a budget and living in New York City?

Then get yourself over to the City Clerk's office ASAP!

As promoted today by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet on Good Morning America, ABC is footing the bill (typically $35) for all marriage licenses and wedding ceremonies that take place inside this building on Monday.

Cam and Mitchell

They are doing so in promotion of the Modern Family Season 5 finale, which focuses on their characters of Cam and Mitch finally getting tying the knot after years of dating and raising a daughter.

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HGTV has gone backward on plans to Flip It Forward.

The network announced via its Facebook page yesterday that it has pulled the plug on this upcoming series due to the homophobic views of hosts David and Jason Benham.

David and Jason Benham

Flip it Forward had been scheduled to premiere in October and would have tracked families who created their dream homes from fixer-uppers.

HOWEVER, the twins are the sons of controversial evangelical minister Flip Benham and have a history of preaching against homosexuality, abortion, and divorce.

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A federal judge Friday struck down Michigan's ban on gay marriage.

As such, the state becomes the 18th in the nation to allow gays and lesbians to join in legal matrimony just like their heterosexual counterparts.

Mich Marriage

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette immediately filed for an emergency request for a stay of the ruling in the late afternoon Friday.

Schuette said that "Michigan voters enshrined that decision in our state constitution, and their will should stand and be respected."

"In 2004 the citizens of Michigan recognized that diversity in parenting is best for kids and families because moms and dads are not interchangeable."

It's unclear if that stay will be granted.

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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) has vetoed legislation that would've allowed state businesses to discriminate against same-sex couples on religious grounds.

She said the Arizona "religious freedom" bill, which became a national talking point, had "the potential to create more problems than it purports to solve."

"Senate Bill 1062 does not address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty in Arizona," she said of the controversial bill passed this month.

"I have not heard one example of business owners' religious liberty [being] violated."

Brewer said she understands proponents' position, but believes passing such a bill would devastatingly divide Arizona in ways no one would ever want.

The Arizona state legislature passed the bill, known as SB 1062, last week.

Almost as soon as it did, it came under intense criticism from activists, lawmakers and business interests both in Arizona and across the nation.

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