Three liberal-leaning Ninth Circuit judges will hear marriage cases from Nevada, Hawaii, and Idaho. The post Liberal three-judge panel picked to hear marriage cases in Ninth Circuit next week appeared first on Equality On Trial.
Incest really is the hot storyline of the 2010s. The post “Masters of Sex” recap (2.8): The Veiled Prophet appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
Now that summer’s over (booooo!), it’s time to turn to home entertainment – both DVD and VOD – for solace! We have a couple of heartwarming queer titles (like Two: The Story of Roman & Nyro, above) and a couple of off-kilter, downright zany ones. Here’s the scoop! To Be Takei (VOD) A funny, […]
English rugby player Zak Hardaker may need to learn some new on-field banter if he keeps his job. For the second time in three months, the 22-year-old Leeds full-back is being investigated for allegedly using “homophobic” language on live television. Hardaker was suspended for five games in June after the RFL found him guilty of […]
Plus a new "Faking It" promo and more. The post Morning Brew – Elisabeth Moss is crushing on Marion Cotillard appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
English television and radio presenter Paul Ross has revealed that for the past year, he has been cheating on his wife with another man
By a vote of 19-1, the Congress of the Mexican state of Coahuila has voted to legalize same-sex marriage. The vote came down yesterday and, as Rex Wockner reports, Coahuila is the first Mexican state to legalize same-sex marriage through...
The New York Times reports Supreme Court justices are "increasingly citing" unverified and questionable data gleaned from the avalanche of amicus briefs that typically accompany hotly contested issues. Some of the factual assertions in recent amicus briefs would not pass muster in a high school research paper. Show More Summary
A Virginia attorney has landed himself in hot water this week after using the “reply all” feature in an internal company email as a soapbox to spout disgusting anti-gay rhetoric at his colleagues. Daily Business Review reports that “strict and severe” action has been taken against Walter Kubitz, a senior attorney at Becker & Poliakoff, […]
This summer Emily Carroll released a new book of her gorgeously gruesome horror comics, and now that Autumn is fast approaching, it's the perfect time to grab a blanket, curl up in front of a fire and read some spooky stories.
Here are seven schools where students across the South rabble-roused their way to a better campus. read more
Holy Ronald McDonald! Dusti Cunningham’s hot gay clowns seem tame compared to Brian Moss’ sexy bodybuilding bozos. The New York-based photographer takes the phrase “clowning around” to a whole new level. Moss got his start working in the fitness industry. Show More Summary
Via Equality Florida: On August 21, Judge Hinkle ruled Florida's ban on marriage for same-sex couples unconstitutional and added Florida must also recognize legal marriages performed in other states. The judge immediately stayed the ruling pending appeal. Show More Summary
Marina Silva, who is expected to oust Dilma Rousseff as President of Brazil in an October election, has backtracked on an earlier promise to support same-sex marriage
According to a dating website that specializes in romantic travel, Chicago is the most popular destination for closeted gay men. Via press release: Thousands of men are secretly flocking to destinations across the globe. With many counterparts left outside of the picture, many times the real purpose of trips remains undisclosed. Show More Summary
The first-ever gay pride event in the Bahamas was canceled this weekend due to death threats. Via the Nassau Guardian: A gay pride event that started on Friday on Grand Bahama that was supposed to continue through tomorrow was cut short...Show More Summary
Mondo Guerra argues that a lack of awareness of HIV's long-term difficulties may be at the root of a seroconversion spike among gay youth. read more
Jesse Helt should be lauded for shining a spotlight on the plight of homelessness in Los Angeles at the VMAs, rather than castigated for crimes linked to the harsh realities faced by homeless people. read more
Same-sex marriage was legalized yesterday in the Mexican border state of Coahuila. Rex Wockner reports: For the first time, a Mexican state legislature has voted to legalize same-sex marriage. The Sept. 1 vote by the Congress of the state of Coahuila was 19-1. Show More Summary
According to both the video description and a separate advertisement for the event this speech from Umar John took place earlier this month at Hillhouse High School in New Haven, CT. It will take only about a minute for you...