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Does Sony’s Fear Know No Bounds?

Matthew Rozsa is mad as hell that Sony pulled 'The Interview.' But he's equally horrified by the company's racist attitudes. The post Does Sony’s Fear Know No Bounds? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Supreme Court Rebuffs Florida — Marriages to Begin

It's more bad news for antigay Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, as the nation's highest court rejects her request to delay marriage equality in the Sunshine State after January 6. read more

Villains who poisoned W. Va. drinking water could end up behind bars

Indictments have come down for execs at the coal-"cleaning" company that contaminated the drinking water of 300,000 people.

New York City , December 18, 2014

??? Individual buildings stood out golden in the first rays of dawn, arriving so late that the day had seemed overcast. Colors ripened, the sunrise no longer a secret reserved for early risers. Wind tossed the colorless dry leaves around in the forecourt. Blue construction mesh lit up along the edge of a new luxury […]

Pam Bondi Has The Florida Sadz

5 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

"Tonight, the United States Supreme Court denied the State’s request for a stay in the case before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Regardless of the ruling it has always been our goal to have uniformity throughout Florida until the final resolution of the numerous challenges to the voter-approved constitutional amendment on marriage. Show More Summary

Mile High Club 101

A new survey breaks down who is finding love in the sky. read more

Lift embargo, but don't destroy Cuba's heritage

To the editor: News of the U.S. government opening talks with Cuba on normalizing relations and ending the 54-year embargo is long past due; indeed, it recalls Ronald Reagan's "blue jeans and Coca-Cola" strategy in prying open the Iron Curtain that kept much of Europe under communism until...

Boo Crime

The first season of Serial is over, and the reverberations from the world’s most infuriating podcast have only begun. It’s clear, however, that its outrageous success will yield at least two direct results over the next year: A few more advertising dollars plugged into potentially buzzy podcasts, and an explosion of the “true crime” genre […]

The 10 Scariest Kid’s Clothes Items for Dads and Moms

They warn you about all sorts of things when you become a parent, but often leave out the biggest hurdle: dressing your child. The Sunshine Dad, Mike Smith, offers you the list of 10 things that should make you afraid. Very afraid. The post The 10 Scariest Kid’s Clothes Items for Dads and Moms appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Gabriel Medina becomes Brazil's first world surfing champion at 20

Gabriel Medina has won his first ASP World Championship Tour surfing title, becoming the first Brazilian to claim the sport's top prize.

In Memory of Danny Garvin, One of the Heroic Homeless LGBT Youths Who Fought in the Stonewall Uprising (PHOTOS)

A true hero of our LGBT movement died last week when Danny Garvin passed away after a struggle with hepatitis and cancer. Danny helped give birth to our liberation when he fought in the Stonewall uprising. He was there that first night...Show More Summary

Letters: Who's the real Kobe Bryant?

Great piece by Bill Plaschke about Kobe ["Open Season, Dec. 17]. I'd really noticed the changes in him as well, a far more vulnerable, candid and accessible human being. And I wondered if I was the only one to appreciate it, amid a relentless din of one-dimensional dimwits on sports talk...

Lesbian Basketballers Sue Pepperdine for Discrimination

Two women say their coach and others harassed them and wanted them off the team at the Christian university. read more

WATCH: Laverne Cox Caught in Middle of Screaming Match on 'The View'

Cox managed to resolve the dust-up between Whoopi Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell by making a point with which all could agree. read more

The Times' important series on produce from Mexico

To the editor: When growers do not adhere to labor rules, it suppresses production costs. Those costs are carried throughout the entire produce process (from farm to table). Not only does this result in very poor labor practices, as we have seen in your series, it causes our food prices to be...

Don't let North Korea have the final say on 'The Interview'

You might have heard there's a film out there so offensive to North Korea's dictator that hackers connected to his regime spooked a major Hollywood studio into scrubbing the movie's Christmas Day release.

WATCH: Partner of Sydney Siege Hero Tori Johnson Remembers His 'Soulmate'

Australians and the world are hearing from the long-term partner of Tori Johnson, being called a hero of Tuesday's café hostage situation in Sydney, and in the process learning that some heroes are gay. read more

No sympathy for exiled Roman Polanski

To the editor: Your article asks about Roman Polanski, "Was he a sex offender skipping town to avoid facing justice? Or was he a victim of a corrupt judicial system that wanted to make an example of an acclaimed film director?" ("Roman Polanski's lawyers open new front against L.A. County...

Chrysler recalls airbags for more than 3 million vehicles

Chrysler will replace defective airbag inflators in about 3 million vehicles, the latest massive recall stemming from faulty airbags made by Japanese supplier Takata Corp.

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