Comedian Jon Stewart channeled the frustration LGBT people felt Wednesday when learning that President Obama had come out for marriage equality but that North Carolina had banned it. "Congratulations, North Carolina, because for a moment I was feeling a brief glimpse of what I guess doctors would call happiness," he said on The Daily Show. He then ripped up the logic that North Carolinians invoked when voting against same-sex marriage.
The quest of one Missouri lawmaker to protect gun owners from an imagined discrimination got the Daily Show treatment Thursday.
Mitt Romney's spokesman on national security, who is gay, resigned this week after a backlash from social conservatives — a move The Daily Show mocked as the latest cave of Romney's principles.
Comic-actress Sarah Silverman says gay marriage should be legalized "with a big fucking apology for the past few years,"
Saturday Night Live had some parting shots for Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum to commemorate the end of the Republican primary.
The Comedy Central comedian picks slang for gay Iowans, responds to the congressman's "don't ask, don't tell" policy for the workplace, and wonders who is really gay.
Thanks to Geraldo’s theory that Trayvon Martin’s hoodie was partly to blame for his being shot to death, college kids everywhere rethink their wardrobes. Also this week on Gaysayer: The Hunger Games and when you know you’ve become a Golden Girl.