Now, what can we, B. Scott's army of Love Muffins do to help not only B. Scott, but make BET see the error of their ways? How can we tell Black Entertainment Television that it is NOT okay to discriminate against individuals who do not conform to one gender representation? That it is NOT okay to be an effemiphobic cable network in 2013?
Write to the executives at BET and LET THEM KNOW that it is not okay. If we do nothing, then BET will get away with not even being slapped on the wrist. I honestly want to punch them in the face right now...
And for the record, I understand that most of the people present were "cool" with what and who B. Scott is, but some hater somewhere with enough power made a phone call or said something because they didn't like what they saw, and that is not cool.
Here are the two people listed on the BET website that seem best for communication on this issue:
Zabrina Horton; Senior Manager Los Angeles firstname.lastname@example.org (310) 481-3737 Specials: BET Awards, BET L.A.
In addition to the mentioned contacts, HERE is a list of all Press Contact information at BET