Here's a Funny and Easy Way to Help LGBTs Hurt By Hurricane Sandy

By: Daniel Villarreal

If you've been wanting to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy, we've got a fun and funny way you can do just that.

From now until 2013, you can make a donation to New York's Ali Forney Center for homeless LGBT youth just by renting or buying an episode of Half-Share on

Half-Share — which has been getting its fair share of love at LGBT film-festivals over the last year — is a sitcom that follows Mac, a gay guy fresh out of a 14-year relationship, as he re-discovers socializing and dating with his hilarious friends on Fire Island.

If you're intrigued, you can check out a free viewing of the pilot episode tonight at 10pm EST/7pm PST here or here.

And if you like what you see, you can snag each episode online for the inexpensive price of $1.99 per rental or $4.99 per purchase, with 50 percent going towards the Ali Forney Center.

Hurricane Sandy left the Ali Forney Center underwater leaving its staff to try and help others while sorting through flooded office equipment and stacks of wet paper.

Check out the trailer below, and then watch it on Amazon. It's not only a funny sitcom chock-full of gay actors, it's also a great way to provide some LGBT storm relief without even leaving the dry comfort of your couch.

Tags: TV