As some of you may know, homophobe douchenozzle Orson Scott Card's 1985 novel Ender's Game is being filmed this year. The book, btw, is magnificent, it was written way before he became the lunatic he is today, but that is irrelevant.
Geeks OUT (a group of gay geeks with branches in New York, Chicago and other places) has started a campaign to boycott the movie:
It has already been covered in Huffpost and other places, and it has sparked dissension even among gay people. Many believe that an artist and his works should be separate. Others - like me - think that you can't do this separation with living artists who actively try to harm you (Card is in the board of directors of NOM).
Where do you stand? And are you going to watch Ender's Game?