AP Images/Patrick Semansky O n March 25, lawyers representing the owners of a large purveyor of craft supplies and a much smaller cabinetry business will appear before the Supreme Court in what has become the cornerstone case for opponents...Show More Summary
What a disgusting scuzzbucket.
Entertainment sites are buzzing after last night's episode of The Walking Dead. Stay out of the comments if you've not yet seen the episode. Otherwise dive in and dish.
Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin has written a letter to administrators of Arkansas-based Sheridan High School, who are refusing to run a yearbook profile on openly gay student Taylor Ellis (pictured), demanding they not censor it. The letter reads...
In a surprise turn of events, Guinness announced on Sunday that it will be pulling sponsorship from New York's St Patrick’s Day parade on Monday, in support of LGBT groups. It joins Heineken and Sam Adams, who had earlier pulled their sponsorship from New York and Boston parades respectively.
Gloria Hayes wants you to know that there is more than one way to make love. The post Mornings with Old Lovers appeared first on The Good Men Project.
12 Years a Slave breakout star and media darling Lupita Nyong'o is rumored to be the next female lead in Star Wars: Episode VII.
A little piece of Americana is being sold to a Chicago developer as Oprah Winfrey is selling Harpo Studios.
Richard Wiseman shows us a simple trick that makes it seem like you can make objects appear out of nowhere. Like many magic tricks, the key here isn’t obscuring what you see, but playing with what you think you’re seeing.
(instagram elizabeth kateri) The Boston Globe reports on a group from the Lower End: The group wore scally caps and rainbow-colored bead necklaces. Some wore ties; others had donned jeans and sweaters. As they marched up Broadway, cheers continued. A...
The difference between the last post about The Paid Black Mentholated Media Operative Jonathan Capehart And Now Is That I Have UNDERLINED The Key Talking Points In His Article And Intend To Reconstruct THE TRUTH If You Fail To BringShow More Summary
Hate group leader Scott Lively marched in Boston's St. Patrick's Day Parade yesterday. Lively told the press that he marched in solidarity with the parade organizers who banned LGBT groups from participating. Lively, a Shelburne Falls native who owns the Holy Grounds coffee shop in Springfield, is running as a independent candidate for governor. Show More Summary
Struggling ex-NBA player, Lamar Odom's stint as a European basketball player has come to an end after a back injury has him sidelined for the remainder of his two-month contract, the Spanish club said Sunday, Yahoo Sports reports.
Yesterday we learned that Westboro Baptist Church patriarch Fred Phelps is near death. From the Facebook page of Equality Kansas: Equality Kansas (formerly the Kansas Equality Coalition) today urged members of the Kansas, United States, and worldwide LGBT communities to respect the privacy of the family of Fred W. Show More Summary
TO BE CLEAR: I DO NOT ask ANYONE to get "OFFENDED" and say so publicly as PROOF of their consistency. In the years of listening to how the "Embedded Confidence Man" thinks - the #1 weapon against his critics is: "Well WHY DON"T YOU FORM...Show More Summary
From an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire from the Supreme Court after the completion of the current term in June. She turned 81 on Saturday and by all accounts she is healthy and physically and mentally able to continue. Show More Summary
In Iowa, a veterinarian and a farmer chew over the real-world impact of new government rules limiting antibiotic use in livestock.
Tumblr artists are tweaking images of classic Disney characters to look like the opposite gender.
A reader wonders if her trenta caffè latte makes a grande mark on the planet. Umbra does a little venti-ing.
A creative and disturbing piece from Sean Patrick Mulroy on childhood, neglect, and silence. The post it gets better, by halves appeared first on The Good Men Project.