Why does Adam Lambert kissing another male in the midst of a live performance look any different than the score of women that have kissed women in concert or television?
Lambert when interviewed about his performance said that it was a double standard. Of course it is discriminatory to accept one display of affection instead of another. It is interesting how we try and contain sexuality into safe packages for the American consumer. David Bowie could be androgynous as long as he was with a woman. Here is a star that is openly gay and promoting the right to express his sexuality in his art, and he's being challenged about whether a same-sex male kiss can be on television.
Wake up folks, love can not be legislated. A kiss is a kiss, and love is love.