George Takei PSA: Gays Beware

Funny Or Die produced this PSA narrated by George Takei explaining that if you meet someone who opposes gay marriage in the wild, it's important to treat him or her sensitively and with restraint. And maybe expose them to snazzy bow ties and Broadway shows.

Check out the clip above to see Takei, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Brad Goreski tell explain how to treat homophobes.

George Takei Sets the Record Straight on His Feud with William Shatner

George Takei, who played Hikaru Sulu in the original "Star Trek" series, talks to "Say Anything!" host Joy Behar about his reported feud with William Shatner, which began when Shatner complained he wasn't invited to Takei's wedding.

"He needed publicity and when you gin up a controversy, then you get publicity," Takei says.

Joy Behar: Say Anything
Monday - Thursday 6e/3p

Fifty Impressions of Grey

Internet voiceman and jokesmith, Brock Baker, reads erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" using 50 different voices. Your childhood has probably been ruined. You're welcome.

The George Takei Happy Dance

George was so pleased with the unbelievable response to the Fundraising Campaign, that he convinced his husband Brad to let him release a video of his "happy dance". We couldn't have done it without all of you, and we can't begin to thank you enough. Enjoy!

George Takei Reassures Humanity

In year 2011, humanity faced a grave threat that challenged its existence. Facebook changed its interface. George Takei (Star Trek, Heroes) offers a glimpse into the future to reassure humankind.

George Takei Should Be Spiderman!

With the departure of director Julie Taymor and the seemingly endless stream of injuries and woes for the new Broadway show, who better than George Takei to save the day?

George Takei on the Don't Say Gay Bill, Tennessee

George Takei takes on the Tennessee Legislature and its "Don't Say Gay" bill, in the way only George Takei can!

A bill now pending in Tennessee would prohibit teachers in that state from discussing homosexuality in the classroom. The so-called "don't say gay" law is premised on the misguided belief that, by not talking about gay people, they can simply make us disappear.

George is here to tell Tennessee, and all the LGBT youth and teachers who would be affected by this law, that he is here for you. In fact, he is lending his name to the cause. Any time you need to say the word "gay," you can simply say "Takei."

You can buy T-shirts and other items that say "It's OK to be Takei", to wear and display with pride and to show Tennessee and the world that you're against censorship and bigotry....

All the proceeds from the sales of these items will be donated to charity. Have a TAKEI old time!