'Mad Men' Star Brian Batt Stands Up for Gay Actors

In a statement to media outlets, Barrios joined "Glee's" Murphy in asking Newsweek to apologize. But in an e-mail to ABCNews.com Wednesday, the magazine seemed to shrug off the controversy altogether.

"Ramin Setoodeh wrote a thoughtful, honest essay on a controversial topic," a representative for the magazine wrote. "It's unfortunate that his argument has been misunderstood and he has been unfairly accused of bigotry ... We also hope we still get our advance copies of "Glee" because here at Newsweek we're among the show's biggest fans (even the straight folks)."

Out actor Neil Patrick Harris plays a straight bachelor on "How I Met Your Mother."
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