Saturday Night Live couldn't possibly squeeze more LGBT content into the May 18 episode. read more
Hundreds of New Yorkers gathered to remember Mark Carson, a 32-year-old gay Brooklyn man who was shot and killed in New York’s Greenwich Village Friday in the fifth hate crime to plague the city this month. The peace rally was arranged by Adam Feldman, a theater critic for Time Out New York, who spoke passionately before [...]
Late last night, hundreds attended a candlelight vigil in Greenwich Village to remember Mark Carson, who was shot and killed in a hate crime just 12 hours earlier. The crowd shouted: "Say his name: "Mark Carson, Mark Carson, Mark Carson!"...
The editor of a British gay online magazine and his partner were gay-bashed by a mob of six men last night as they walked home from dinner through London's Betts Park. Gay Star News reports: The couple was intercepted by a group of six men, who started speeding up and following the couple down the path. Show More Summary
Koh Masaki, a popular model and actor in Japanese gay porn films, has died today at age 29. Masaki’s death was announced by his partner, Tien Tien. Although the official cause of death hasn’t been announced, Masaki had gone through several surgeries during recent months to treat a ruptured cecal due to peritonitis. Masaki began his [...]
Last night's season finale of Saturday Night Live was full of several gay-themed skits. There was the one promoting New Xanax, which relieves the stress of attending spectacular gay summer weddings, and another in which Ben Affleck's "ex-gay" character tries...
In response to last night's hate crime murder of a gay man, tonight will be a candlelight vigil at midnight at the scene of the crime in the West Village. Gather at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Eight Street near the Gray's Papaya restaurant. The location is one block from the Ninth Street PATH station and two blocks from the Christopher Street 1 train station.
Tragic murder committed in the early hours of the day. New York's CBS 2 reports: A gunman used anti-gay slurs before he shot and killed a man in fashionable Greenwich Village early Saturday, police Commissioner Ray Kelly said. Police were...
Director Steven Soderbergh opened up about his new film based on the love life of Liberace. Soderbergh says timing of the release of "Behind the Candelabra" is a coincidence and... Read Full Post
Gay Bashing? There's an App for That! An app created in Belgium to track antigay attacks is now at the center of a grassroots movement to protect people across Europe. read more
Writing today in Time magazine's Swampland blog, an anonymous gay employee of the BSA today described his experience working for the organization and said he will be forced to quit if the ban on gay adults remains in place: I...
Even as hundreds of New Yorkers marched in a second consecutive peace rally over the past two days, another gay man has become the sixth victim in a series of homophobic attacks that has plagued the city during recent weeks. “Dan Contarino (pictured), a former promoter of Shampoo Nightclub’s Shaft Fridays, was jumped last night [...]
An elderly anti-gay activist shot himself in the head today after placing a letter on the altar of Paris' famed Notre Dame Cathedral. It's the first suicide in decades at the landmark site, Monsignor Patrick Jacquin told The Associated Press. Show More Summary
Remember when Exodus International's Alan Chambers added me an email thread of conservatives, revealing all kinds of nasty things that were being said about me/us? Well, one of the thread's participants adds more: "Earlier this month, [Alan] Chambers even went...
The classic gay Southern murder mystery with a drag twist, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," is getting its Broadway treatment, going musical and coming to Atlanta early next year for its debut.
The Peace Corps has issued a press release that invites same-sex couples to apply to serve overseas together. Peace Corps Deputy Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet today announced that the agency will begin accepting applications from same-sex domestic partners who want to serve together as volunteers overseas. Show More Summary
There has been yet another gay bashing in New York City, this time in the East Village. Bruce Yelk reports at Nightlife Gay: Shock, outrage, anger sums up how I am feeling today as one of my very good friends was gay bashed last night in New York City. Show More Summary
As Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) appear ready to throw gay-inclusive legislation under the bus, advocates are reacting furiously. Richard Socarides, writing in the New Yorker, suggests that Schumer's behavior teaches the world that gays are...
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