‘Friends’ decided to help LGBT


Warner Bros will “celebrate 25 years of laughs with an exclusive auction of props, costumes, scripts, a canoe, some turkeys, and more from the production of Friends” to raise money for The Trevor Project, a US organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to young LGBT+ people. The auction is set to start on December 3 at the online auction company Prop Store and is planned to last 2 weeks. Among the lots are reproduction of the orange couch from Central Perk, a box of Smelly Cat cat litter and a model turkey wearing sunglasses and a fez. Also up for grabs will be a pack of three Milkmaster 2000 spouts, Joey Tribbiani’s penguin soft toy Hugsy and Rachel Green’s blouse and trousers that she wore in the elevator with Ralph Lauren. While the sitcom is a cult classic, 25 years after its debut some of the storylines in Friends show had some issues with LGBT – Chandler estranged his drag queen parent, Ross mocked a male nanny for ‘looking gay’ and forbade his son to play with dolls, let alone that fact that he repeatedly mocked his ex-wife Carol who lad left him for a woman.


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