News: Tonya Harding, Pizza, Barbara Gittings, Genetics
Statements by Baptist minister Rev. R. Albert Mohler Jr. that if a biological basis for homosexuality were proven then prenatal treatment to reverse gay orientation would be biblically justified have inspired criticism from the right and left. Harry Knox, HRC: "He's willing to play God. He's more than willing to let homophobia take over and be the determinant of how he responds to this issue, in spite of everything else he believes about not tinkering with the unborn."
Better late than never? Nearly a month after her death, the NYT publishes pioneering gay activist Barbara Gittings' obituary. Perhaps they heard the cries of Larry Kramer.
New York magazine has a few questions for photographer Patrick McMullan.
Activists, law students in Maine lobby for changes to "Don't Ask, Don't Tell".
Ryan Seacrest works it out.
Supporters outnumber opponents at New Hampshire gay marriage hearing.
The lawyer for Magdaleno Olmos, the former assistant production accountant on American Idol who recently accused former contestant Mario Vazquez of propositioning him, speaks out about his client's claim that he was fired from the show for reporting the incident. Lawyer Matt Matern: "I believe it (Vazquez's departure) was not voluntary in any way shape or form. There were meetings held on that same day with the executives Nigel Lythgoe and Ken Warwick, with my client and with the attorneys for ‘American Idol.' They asked my client what had happened. Then I believe they interviewed Mr. Vazquez that same day, brought my client back in for a second interview and [I'm told], Nigel Lythgoe, put his arm around my client and said, ‘we know that this happened and we are going to let Mario Vazquez go, and you're going to stay.'"
Tweaked out Tonya Harding calls cops after having visions of animals.
Filmmaker John Waters has a Christmastime kids movie in the works entitled Fruitcake.
Is Jim McGreevey ready to become a gay activist?
New York restaurant presents the $1,000 pizza.