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  1. Actor Jeff Goldblum appeared as one of the guest judges on RuPaul's Drag Race. He's embroiled in controversy for asking if Islam was "anti-homosexuality" and "anti-woman" during Friday night’s episode of the show. "Is there something in this religion that is anti-homosexuality and anti-woman? Does that complicate the issue? I'm just raising it and thinking out loud and maybe being stupid," he said. It happened during a segment where one of the contestants, Jackie Cox (whose non-drag name is Darius Rose), wore a red-striped caftan with a midnight blue hijab outlined with 50 silver stars. Goldblum was criticized because Islam is not alone in being a religion that that has historically discriminated against women and the LGBTQ community. While tearful on the runway, Cox shared that "it’s a complex issue" and she has her "own misgivings about the way LGBT people are treated in the Middle East." "At the same time, I am one," Cox continued. "What is so important to me is that if you just happen to be different, then live that truth." While cultural norms and traditional readings of Islamic sacred text can promote a heteronormative binary of gender identification and ****** orientation, according to a recent survey by Public Religion Research Institute, more than half (52 percent) of American Muslims agreed that "society should approve of homosexuality." There is definitely a conversation to be had here. Exhale, what do you think about this?
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