News: Ab Fab, John Lewis, Vermont, Stone-Throwing Chimp, Vampire
Openly gay singer Matt Alber to perform at gala dinner honoring Kevin Spacey.
Filming starts on U.S. remake of Ab Fab.
Congressman John Lewis on anti-gay discrimination: "It is unfortunate that a segment of our society fails to see that we all should be treated like human beings, that we all are citizens of the United States of America. I’ve taken the position and I’ve long held this position that I fought too long and too hard against discrimination base on race and color not to stand up and speak out against discrimination based on sexual orientation."
Sneak vote moves anti-gay adoption bill forward in Kentucky.
Great ad on parenting.
Philadelphia beauty school teacher wants fellow teacher fired for calling him a "faggot."
Vermont Psychological Association, the Vermont Psychiatric Association, the Vermont Association of Mental Health Counselors, and the Vermont chapter of the National Association of Social Workers show support for marriage equality, saying same-sex marriage helps children: "The group says allowing gay couples to marry validates their relationships, could reduce discrimination and increases benefits for the families."
Madonna and Jesus Luz dress up for Purim.
Rugby's Nick Youngquest on quest to be next gay sports undie icon.
"Vampire" discovered in mass grave in Venice, Italy.
Deported Ugandan gay asylum seeker back in the UK following judge's order to Home Office.
Pride & Joy: Well-known gay shop in Northampton, Massachusetts changes hands, will remain open.
SURVEY: NYU study explores link between pornography, drug and alcohol use, and the sexual practices of men who have sex with men.
Stone-throwing chimp proves that animals plan for future events: "Crucial to the current study is the fact that Santino, a chimpanzee at the zoo in the city north of Stockholm, collected the stones in a calm state, prior to the zoo opening in the morning. The launching of the stones occurred hours later - during dominance displays to zoo visitors - with Santino in an 'agitated' state. This suggests that Santino was anticipating a future mental state - an ability that has been difficult to definitively prove in animals, according to Mathias Osvath, a cognitive scientist from Lund University in Sweden and author of the new research."
Kelly Clarkson is hitting all the morning shows so your life won't suck without her.
Conflict erupts between gay activists and orchestra and security staff at the Greek National Opera over request to cut male kiss from production of the opera Rusalka.
Trial begins for woman who plowed into crowd last August following fight at gay bar, killing one: "In addition to second-degree murder, Arena is charged with two counts each of first- and third-degree assault."
Earth entering climate change danger zone faster than anticipated?
Gay camp branches out in Canada.