The gay and lesbian community is all up in arms about Isaiah Washington allegedly calling T.R. Knight a faggot during an on-set tiff between the two back in October. But according to the article posted on FoxNews.com, during a backstage interview Monday night after the Golden Globe awards extravaganza, Washington denied involvement in a heated on-set incident last year during which the anti-gay slur was reportedly uttered. “No, I did not call (co-star) T.R. (Knight) a faggot,” Washington told reporters. “Never happened, never happened.”

On Wednesday, Neil Giuliani, fancy-man in charge of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, said he had contacted Washington’s representatives in hopes of meeting the actor to have a couple of pina colitas and chit chat about “the destructive impact of these kinds of anti-gay slurs” and “Washington’s repeated use of it on-set and in the media is simply inexcusable.”

The nance at the center of the issue, T. R. Knight, who is out of the closet, appeared in Tuesday’s taping of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” for a little girl talk and to discuss the original incident and Washington’s recent comments. Knight told Ellen “He referred to me as a faggot. Everyone heard it”.

The fine folks at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation would have you believe that all they want is a simple apology, but one thing to remember about these scumbags that run so called civil rights organizations, they always have a grand plan that is financially out of reach. That’s how they stay in business. If they ever reached their goals, they would be able to solve whatever problem they are trying to tackle, and then there would be nothing more for them to do.

Jesse Jackson needs discrimination and ethnic division to stay in business If there weren’t a few million criminal aliens running around things would be pretty dull around the La Raza headquarters. And if Isaiah Washington hadn’t allegedly called T. R. Knight a faggot, the people at Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation office would be writing letters to NBC to bring back the (wildly over the top) Will and Grace program.

Lucky for Isaiah though, he has a good gig and probably makes enough money for him to afford to write a large enough check to satisfy the girls at Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation office. He might also consider checking into some sensitivity training program just for good measure. Hell, if he nips this thing in the bud right now with a big fat donation and few weeks of therapy, he just might get an invitation to ride on the NAMBLA float in the Gay and Lesbian Parade next year.