OutWest in Your Undies, The Uncut Ryan Phillippe, The Turnback Boyz by Adrian Ryan FRIDAY 5/29 UNDERWEAR OUTWEST My darlingest gaymosexuals! Oh, how I adore you little tattletales. I asked, you answered, and now the secret is out (or will be by the time you are finished reading this paragraph). Show More Summary
The Rejected first aired on September 11, 1961, in San Francisco. Today, it's digital thanks to DIVA — naturally.
Dating/hookup app Scruff is rolling out a new alert feature this week that warns travelers when they're entering a country where homosexuality is criminalized reports The New York Times. Eric Silverberg, co-founder of Scruff, implemented the new alert system after...
Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney is being honored by a family council group that opposes gay marriage and encourages homosexual (...)
WASHINGTON -- "Homosexuality is a behavior. Not a civil right." So argues Restrain the Judges, a conservative coalition that has sponsored billboard ads proclaiming this message. The group, which is pushing Congress to prevent federal...Show More Summary
Last Friday three men in Morocco were each sentenced to three years in jail for engaging in homosexual sex, an act that falls under Morocco's atavistic "sexual deviancy" laws, specifically Article 489. The police were tipped off by neighbors to...
The contest winner once stated that homosexuality was unnatural.
North Americans are used to reading about Christian business people being fined and excoriated for refusing to cater to homosexual weddings, but Newfoundland has added a novel twist.
I said it was coming. Many of us did. Two years ago this week the Boy Scouts of America voted to welcome into its ranks "open and avowed" homosexuality, thereby disavowing the "morally straight" Scout Oath its members are sworn to uphold.
Ireland is the first country in the world to pass a constitutional referendum allowing same-sex marriage. As Charlie D'Agata reports, homosexuality was illegal there just 23 years ago.
Well this certainly puts a bit of a damper on the camp-tastic Eurovision Song Contest: Sweden's Mans Zelmerlow won the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna on Sunday, beating Russia and Italy in the big international talent show...
So the homosexual marriage referendum passed in the Republic. As Mick noted below this makes Northern Ireland the only place in the UK and Ireland without same sex marriage though not the only place in the British Isles. The Isle of Mann has civil partnership but not homosexual marriage whilst Jersey in the Channel Isles more...
DUBLIN (Reuters) - The people of Ireland backed same-sex marriage by a landslide in a referendum that marked a dramatic social shift in a traditionally Catholic country that only decriminalized homosexuality two decades ago.
Gay dating app Scruff may be the perfect tool for finding that late night hookup, but could quickly become dangerous if the person on the other […]
'Do we have to give our blessing [as bishops] to everything people do nowadays?' asked one bishop critical of the Swiss bishops' report.
A study published in the journal Science that showed people's views on gay marriage could change simply by meeting homosexuals has been retracted following revelations that its data was faked. According to the study, people who wereShow More Summary
Now that it looks like the Boy Scouts will fold on the issue of sending boys out in the woods with people who make an issue of their homosexuality, more
A Catholic bishop in Switzerland has walked back statements he made about “praying the gay away.” Last week, Bishop of Sion Jean-Marie Lovey told La Nouvelliste newspaper that homosexuality was a “sickness” and could be “cured” through prayer, claiming [some people are] “like that in the beginning, but that is not to say that it cannot […]
The New York Times reports that the hook-up app Skruff has created a warning for users in countries where homosexuality remains illegal To help keep users safer, Scruff is adding a new traveler alert feature this week. Now, when a user...Show More Summary
It's time for the Boy Scouts to adjust to 'the social, political, and juridicial changes taking place in our country,' Robert Gates says.