8 Super Bowl Moments LGBTs Are Still Talking About

What was your favorite Super Bowl moment?

What's your favorite Super Bowl moment?

Posted by The Advocate magazine on Sunday, February 7, 2016

Lady Gaga killed it with her version of the national anthem, a perfect model of American pride and bi-pride.

Willem Dafoe dressed in Marilyn Monroe drag. Some are calling it transphobic. 

Abby Wambach defied labels in a Mini Cooper commercial. (Watch a longer web video focusing only on the U.S. women's soccer star.)

A bunch of sheep channeled Freddie Mercury and Queen. 

A man and a marmot have a moment that doesn’t end well. Out comedian Fortune Feimster wondered on Twitter afterward, "Did I just see a commercial with a homophobic beaver?"

Chris Martin
Believe In Love
Coldplay turned everything rainbow and urged the world to “Believe in Love.” Chris Martin even wiped his forehead with a rainbow handkerchief handed to him by a fan. Mic argues the show has a "secret meaning" as a "tribute to LGBT love," though Mic acknowledges the color scheme matches the new album cover.

But everyone was talking about Beyoncé. And we do mean, everyone. Just not for all the same reasons. Some conservatives are launching a boycott.

Meanwhile, Christopher Walken is in your closet, urging you to wear the world’s most exciting pair of socks.

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