road.jpg Wayne Besen forms Truth Wins Out, a national organization that will counter the “ex-gay” movement:” With the president embracing the leader of the ex-gay ministries, there has never been a more crucial time to expose the faith-based folly of these harmful programs.”

Spidermanroad.jpg Let’s face it: Most superheroes are kinda gay.

road.jpg Your 2006 Tony Award Winners: Jersey Boys, The History Boys, Awake and Sing. Openly gay playwright Alan Bennett’s The History Boys picks up its second major award.

Gay_priestroad.jpg 26-year-old priest-to-be Mark Paris not afraid to kiss his partner for the camera, plans to open first gay church in Cardiff, Wales. Paris: ‘Nowhere in the scriptures of the Bible is there any reference to homosexuality – Jesus himself did not mention it at all. I believe that this prejudice has to stop. People have got to stop judging others. In my eyes the only person with the right to judge is our Lord.People need to stop worrying about homosexuality and focus on the texts by Jesus about how to live life.’ ‘I will be an independent priest who will support every faith, every colour and especially the gay people of Cardiff, so they can feel welcome in the house of God like any other person. My ambition is to make gay marriages legal in the eyes of the church, not just a civil ceremony.’

road.jpg Michael Brown is tired of being the Katrina scapegoat. Over the weekend he released an email he allegedly received from “a high-level White House official” praising him for taking the heat off of dear leader. “I did hear of one reference to you, at the Cabinet meeting yesterday. I wasn’t there, but I heard someone commented that the press was sure beating up on Mike Brown, to which the president replied, ‘I’d rather they beat up on him than me or Chertoff.’…Congratulations on doing a great job of diverting hostile fire away from the leader.”