Rearview Mirror: Looking Back at the Week on Towleroad
Former Australian Idol Anthony Callea: "Yes, I am gay."
Retired Aussie swimmer Ian Thorpe: Still not gay.
Pop star Mika says he's received death threats for not talking about sexuality.
Ricky Martin: Life is too short to be lived in the closet.
Michael Phelps breaks Ian Thorpe's world record at swim championship in Melbourne.
John McCain's immaculate MySpace hack: I support gay marriage.
Elton John becomes a sexagenarian and throws a lavish NYC party.
Largo says City Manager Steve Stanton, who's getting a sex change, remains fired.
Summer coming: Fire Island Pines pavilion resurrected.
Army recruiter under fire for racist, homophobic email to potential recruit.
Guide to the Tube: Couric-Edwards interview, Planet Earth, Karl Rove raps, goldfish.
Heather Mills was hoping for a gay dance partner; does backflip anyway.
Thousands pack Indiana statehouse to write discrimination into the constitution.
Staten Island elects its first openly gay lawmaker; fourth in New York.
Arkansas fails to ban gays and lesbians from adopting or being foster parents.
Gay frame-up: Joseph Gordon-Levitt takes pictures of assholes.
Mysterious hexagon shape the size of multiple earths spotted on Saturn.
Police say Detroit gay senior Andrew Anthos was not attacked. He just fell?
Barack Obama on the record: homosexual morality and gay marriage.
Two Florida men indicted for brutal murder and robbery of Ryan Skipper.
PLUS: Sylvester Stallone, Mark Foley's back, Lagerfeld bodyguard, Italian footballers.