Via GLAAD: Tomorrow, 1400 members of the Boy Scouts' National Council will converge in Dallas to vote on a resolution critical to the Boy Scouts' longstanding ban on gay members. James Dale —an openly gay former Eagle Scout whose membership was revoked by the BSA— has a special request: Show your support for equality in the Boy Scouts: Change your profile pic now.
Christian Hendricks hopes 'South of The Ohio' will shed light on a complicated region. read more
The subject, Exxon, is a reliably low-ranking company on the gay rights spectrum. The lawsuit, however is a first of its kind. Basically, Freedom To Work has filed suit with Illinois' Department of Human Rights, claiming that the oil giant...
Tags: movies Movie Reviews Elizabeth Bishop Reaching for the Moon IMDb Miranda Otto Gloria Pires I don’t usually go for films that span more than about a year or two of time (too much plot crammed into too little time). That’s why most biopics are usually so lame. Show More Summary
With the American marriage equality train kicking into hyperdrive, it’s worth remembering that the nation still lags behind much of the modern world when it comes to nuptial fairness. Like Mexico, the U.S. now allows same-sex marriage in some states. But unlike 14 countries across the planet, marriage is not yet a federal right. (Brazil [...]
James Dale, the gay former Boy Scout who took his case all the way to the Supreme Court in 2000 (Boy Scouts of America v. Dale) and lost by one vote, speaks out in a new video about his case...
By Scottie Thomaston - The biggest news of the week is yesterday’s action in the Senate Judiciary Committee, where most Democrats joined all Republicans to oppose inclusion of the Uniting American Families Act (UAFA), a compromise pro-LGBT bill that would have allowed binational married couples of the same sex to remain in the United States [...]
Those who have fought to include binational gay couples in immigration reform felt betrayed on Tuesday as Democratic senators moved ahead with a bill that excludes them. read more
Consider the fierce queens that have graced the runway of "RuPaul's Drag Race." The really, really fierce ones. And Season 2's Raven must come to mind. Now, she's arriving in Atlanta for two nights of shows.
Yesterday a well-known anti-gay marriage activist shot himself in the head at the altar of Notre Dame Cathedral hours after writing a blog post denouncing France's legalization of same-sex marriage. The French press, quite naturally, wants to know if the man was affiliated with Manif Pour Tous. Show More Summary
Actor loves sex in movies, Dems succumb to GOP pressure and dump gays from immigration reform, White House honors gay pols for slain leader’s birthday, Dr. Phil for gay Boy Scouts, more.
A new poll shows progress on gay rights in Tennessee, the Tennessean reports: A poll conducted this month for Vanderbilt University found that 49 percent of Tennesseans support gay marriage or civil unions while 46 percent are opposed to both,...
A fine ship. Behind-the-scenes on the Place Beyond the Pines set. (w magazine via wow)
Found on Twitter account of NOM's Comm. Director: Translation: "Who Is My Father?" [@AmericanPapist] First of all, what the hell does this even mean? Just because Darth Vader uttered an iconic line with the word "father" in it doesn't mean...
The Canadian quintet picks three songs they'll have on repeat read more
"Dear Joe, I see well-known agents of the radical Homosexual Lobby everywhere. They are huddled in dark corners scheming and plotting. They meet secretly with newly elected members of Congress in hopes of tempting them to advance their perverse agenda with campaign cash and the promise of votes. Show More Summary
NOM just tweeted out the link to this story. Young Christians will be shut out of all public professions, including teachers, doctors, nurses or any kind of public servant if the “gay marriage” bill is passed, a group of religious leaders has warned the government. Show More Summary
Dominique Venner, 78, walked into Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris at 4pm on Tuesday and shot himself through the mouth after posting a rant against France’s recent legalization of gay marriage, which he called vile. Venner, a far right activist and historian, left a letter before committing suicide, but its contents and his motives are [...]
A DJ battle on a mountain top.