This is the second single from The Violet Flame, which is now available. Their current tour concludes in Manhattan on December 30th and 31st at Terminal 5. Erasure first entered the US charts 29 years ago with Who Needs Love Like That, which peaked at #8. The first single from the new album, Elevation, peaked last month at #3.
When I was closeted, I would hear the most ridiculous homophobic things…and now it’s totally different. People are more sensitive and more aware of what they’re saying. They’re very, very supportive, and we’ll talk about things like marriage equality. I would be petrified, so scared to bring up a conversation like that with my teammates, […]
Have you ever had a full relationship, from start to finish, while waiting in line for your favorite Black Friday sale to start? Tom Goss has in his new comedic video Black Friday: A Gay Love Story. Reportedly based on...
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Responding to yesterday's ruling in favor of marriage equality in his state, Arkansas Family Council head Jerry Cox writes: “This is another example of judicial tyranny. Arkansans voted overwhelmingly to define marriage as the union of one man and one...
In his book Who Told You That You Were Naked? Atlanta’s Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran defines uncleanliness as “whatever is opposite of purity; including sodomy, homosexuality, lesbianism, pederasty, bestiality, all other forms of sexual...Show More Summary
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant and state Attorney General Jim Hood today filed notice that they will appeal yesterday's marriage ban ruling to the Fifth Circuit Court, whose jurisdiction includes that state, Louisiana, and Texas. The Fifth...Show More Summary
"I could feel the power that came from being butch, the paradox of growing up a girl and then becoming the suited partner of a beautiful woman, the torture of being such a social outcast, and the deep craving hunger for being accepted."
Jimmy Fowlie's comedic web series Go-Go Boy Interrupted may have wrapped its season, but fear not fans of irreverent humor: Fowlie has released a blooper reel filled with funny outtakes from the show that follows ex-go-go Danny as he struggles...
A round-up of reactions to the Arkansas and Mississippi marriage decisions. The post Equality news round-up: Mississippi, Arkansas marriage news appeared first on Equality On Trial.
Frog eye salad. Dirt pudding. Pretzel salad. Never heard of 'em. Embiggen or go here for details.
Even some participants at last week's Vatican gathering of anti-gay social conservatives are starting to admit that the happy, hunky dory, positive vibe that the attendees were so desperate to message out was, in fact, disinengeous. In fact, Catherine Ruth...
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, leader of the high court's liberal wing and beloved by many as the 'Notorious RBG' after her scathing dissent in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, underwent heart surgery this morning after experiencing discomfort while exercising...
Alliance Defending Freedom has produced a book to convince churches that laws preventing businesses from discriminating against gay customers are part of a wider aim to “compel Christians to accept, endorse, and even promote an ideology and behavior that violates their faith.”
Why should we be thankful? Let us count the ways: Sexy go-go boys, dozens of jamming DJ’s, Miley Cyrus (thanks for the twerking, btw) and a slew of turkey-themed parties. So whether you’re in New York or Tampa Bay, grab your lumbersexual flannel and get ready to dance the night away. New York, New York: […]
Via the New York Daily News: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has had a heart stent implanted to address artery blockage. The 81-year-old justice underwent the procedure Wednesday morning at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in D.C., the court revealed. Show More Summary
They say timing is everything. And this German Shepherd has it in spades. Get your day off on the right foot, or ear, and watch this canine get down "Low" to Flo Rida, AFTER THE JUMP...
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"I called the public library and had a very nice chat with the librarian. She confirmed that my book had indeed been turned away. She said there were not enough 'professional reviews.' The librarian also said they had limited space for books. Show More Summary