News: Matthew Fox, Boy Scouts, Dianne Feinstein, Poltergay
Bill O'Reilly: "You cannot be confrontational with the President of the United States."
After a case involving use of a marina in Berkeley, California is turned down by the Supreme Court, the AP notes that the Boy Scouts of America are fighting and losing legal battles over their discriminatory policies. California's State Supreme Court ruled in March that the marina had the right to revoke the Scouts' usage privileges based on the city's anti-discrimination laws.
VF on red states vs blue states: "If the blue states are sinkholes of moral decay, as right-wing pundits insist, how come red states lead the nation in violent crime, divorce, illegitimacy, and incarceration, among other evils?"
Senator Dianne Feinstein shows off her technique...for fundraising.
The new season of top chef premieres on October 18th and features openly gay chef Carlos Hernandez, who offers AfterElton, among other things, the recipe for a successful 13-year relationship: "We live together, we work together and we vacation together, so we see a lot of each other. I guess the secret has to be respect. If the respect is taken for granted, then everything just goes downhill. It also helps that he’s in the front of the house and I’m in the back of the house, so we are separated in some sort some of the time."
Seems the only publicity Boy George can seem to get these days is when he's picking up trash or trashing others.
Poltergay: the gay French cinematic answer to Halloween.