After American Idol judges Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson mocked an effeminate contestant last week "Wear a dress," the Brit chuckled the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation understandably took the Fox hit to task. Now, the Associated Press reports, GLAAD has begun what it hopes "will be a productive, ongoing conversation about the show's representation and discussion of sexual orientation and gender expression." In other words, Ryan Seacrest? Fair game. Anybody else? Not so much.
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