Oliver Stone’s Bush flick: the first 3 pages.
Britney Spears in Streetcar Named Desire???
Zac Efron wanted for gay Warhol twins movie.
POLO: U.S. goes preppy for Olympic wardrobe.
Dolly Parton releases bald eagle back to nature.
PlanetOut sells Out, Advocate, and book business.
Tearoom: Film looks at Larry Craigs of the 1960’s.
Must watch: Karl Rove hammered by Harvard hottie.
Man who faked his way into Yale outed by gay lover.
THE STAGE: Gypsy, The Four of Us, The Drunken City.
Hanes utilizes offensive tags to sell tagless underwear.
Elton John gives Hillary big love at Radio City Music Hall.
Emile Hirsch strips for David LaChapelle in Hawaii. More…
Out names 50 most powerful gays and lesbians in America.
Ten-year Australian news veteran Peter Hitchener: I’m gay.
Sir Ian McKellen to battle for openly gay bishop Gene Robinson.
Massive naked angel heralds L.A. arrival of Alexander McQueen.
John Barrowman on Botox: How to avoid that Nicole Kidman look.
McCain Girls: It’s 3am and there’s a Republican staring in the window.
Gay activist Peter Tatchell detained amid London Olympic torch protests.
Egypt sends five to prison for being gay; effort to out-moralize Islamists.
Judge places lien and bond order on Fred Phelps’ Westboro Baptist Church.
Karl Lagerfeld will appear in Grand Theft Auto, but will his Diet Coke butler?
Poll shows gay candidate Jim Neal strong in North Carolina U.S. Senate race.
Nick Lachey fantasy: Arizona QB Matt Leinart demonstrates his oral technique.
Accused killer of gay man uses ‘gay panic’ defense; gets off with manslaughter.
THE TUBE: Anderson Cooper, Model swallowed, Al Gore, Daft Punk boys, intolerance.
New York Governor Paterson vows to bring full marriage equality to the Empire State.
The full 40 minute recording of bigoted OK State Rep. Sally Kern’s meeting with PFLAG.
Hillary Clinton talks gay rights to Ellen; Barack Obama talks gay rights to The Advocate.
George Michael and Kenny Goss display Damien Hirst objects in Dallas; wait for Banksy.
PLUS: Tom Cruise, Madonna globe, Chace Crawford, In The Moment, Lance Bass.