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 roadTop Citigroup and Morgan Stanley execs hold discussions to see how they can skirt government rules and keep their fat paychecks.

Marriage  roadSanctity: Arrested for choking his wife, while wearing "I [heart] My Marriage" T-shirt.

 roadClergy hold breakfast for legislators in Maine to press for marriage equality.

 roadJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to undergo chemotherapy.

 roadFormer girlfriend of Jesus Luz, on Madonna: "She is a ridiculous old bag, jumping around on stage at her age."

 roadMan fights for life after assault in Vancouver's gay village.

 roadActress Natasha Richardson critical after skiing accident...UPDATE: Not good.

 roadGuerrilla Gay Bar incident resolved in Houston. Bar: "Due to a miscommunication between management of Union Bar and Lounge and the door staff, we acknowledge that actions by the door staff caused an unintended perception of discriminatory actions towards the gay and lesbian community. We wholeheartedly did not want or intend for this to happen. We also acknowledge that this unintended action caused hurt and bad feeling within the gay and lesbian community towards Union Bar and it staff. We also extend this apology to all of our regular gay and lesbian customers who may have been hurt by this misunderstanding.”

 roadRihanna rumored to remake Whitney Houston's The Bodyguard with Channing Tatum.

Whitehouse  roadWhite House fountain flows green for St. Patrick's Day...

 roadCFDA: Biggest awards in fashion announced...

 roadLGBT youth to march in L.A. this Sunday.

 roadSci-Fi channel changing name to SyFy.

 roadNew anti-gay marriage amendment push to begin in Minnesota: "The amendment, which will be sponsored by several legislators, would give voters the opportunity to define marriage in Minnesota as between a man and a woman only. The Minnesota Family Council, legislators and other community groups are scheduled to unveil their plans at a news conference at the Capitol this morning."

 roadKylie Minogue wiggles it...

Zefron  roadZac Efron mudwrestles.

 roadMethodist Bishop and gay ally Melvin Wheatley dies at 93: "Wheatley was known for his sometimes unpopular stances on issues like gay rights and interfaith tolerance. In 1980, Wheatley publicly refused to support a statement by fellow Methodist bishops calling homosexuality 'incompatible with Christian teaching,' according to the Los Angeles Times."

 roadDetails looks at identical twin gay porn crime duo Keyon and Taleon Goffney...

 roadTrial: Rochester-area woman who killed a man after plowing her car into a crowd outside Nasty D's gay bar last summer claims she was just trying to break up a fight.

 roadHelsinki, Finland tries to improve its image as a gay-friendly city to attract tourists.

 roadNancy Pelosi asks Attorney General Eric Holder for help keeping newspapers afloat.

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  1. That Zac Efron resembles a very young Tyrone Power.

    Posted by: Derrick from Philly | Mar 17, 2009 2:43:02 PM

  2. Is it wrong to say that, he is a hot strangler?

    Posted by: Confessions of a Bad Boy | Mar 17, 2009 3:05:42 PM

  3. I thought Zac Efron was too "twinky" for you old bitter jealous homos.On top of being bitter and jealous yall are also superficial,narcissistic and FLACCID!

    Posted by: Sean | Mar 17, 2009 3:31:03 PM

  4. That t-shirt is emblematic of the reasons many municipalities now drape people who have been arrested when taking their mug shots. If everyone gets draped with a towel, no bias can be attached to whatever clothes they might be wearing, whether it's a suit, an unsuitable t-shirt or just rags.

    But I'm glad that municipality doesn't do that. I needed the laugh.

    Posted by: Jonathan | Mar 17, 2009 3:31:16 PM

  5. That is not mudwrestling

    That is mud posing and not sexy at all

    now real mud wrestling + zac = could have looked sexy as vs fake

    Posted by: jimmyboy | Mar 17, 2009 3:41:03 PM

  6. Because there's nothing funnier than domestic violence, teratoma. Most abusers do love their marriage...and with a power imbalance like that, what's not to love?

    Posted by: TANK | Mar 17, 2009 3:53:18 PM

  7. The porn twins story is amazing especially the "straight" ones initial escape from the police - if that were in a movie you would never believe it. Another young beauty lost to porn and then crime - sux!

    Posted by: giovanni | Mar 17, 2009 3:53:52 PM

  8. I agree with you Derrick, he does resemble Tyrone. I think I remember hearing rumors of Ty being bi?

    Posted by: davefromtampa | Mar 17, 2009 3:56:37 PM


    What is wrong with us? Do we not get mad anymore when we are discriminated against? I don't care if the bar was withing their legal right to refuse service. It's just plain wrong. It's just as wrong when it was legal to refuse service to blacks in the non-too-distant past.

    Misunderstanding my ass. The 'exceeding the reservation limit' is clear bullshit. Bars survive by selling their booze. The only reason a bar would not serve someone, that is both legal AND morally just, is if they are too drunk already.

    I hope people continue to protest Union Bar. The gathering organizers have no business telling people to chill out. They are out of line excusing the bar for their discrimination.

    Too many times in the past month, this blog has reported occurrences of discrimination, ranging from something like this and all the way up to murder.

    We need to start venting some of our outrage again. Enough of this 'Mr. Nicegay' crap for a while.

    Posted by: PatrickPatrick | Mar 17, 2009 3:57:27 PM

  10. Union Bar:

    miscommunication = oh shit! we shouldn't have kept the goddamn gays out. i didn't think it would go national. this may hurt our business.

    Posted by: David T | Mar 17, 2009 5:36:43 PM

  11. I have no way of proving this, but I've been thinking lately...I think it's a lot easier for institutions to discriminate against gays, thereby earning the loyalty of their bigoted customers/audience/what have you, and then apologize about it later to the LGBT population, then to just do the right thing in the first place. That way they get to have it both ways.

    Like I said, I can't prove it, I just have a feeling there's always some guys in the back rooms going "don't go along with the gays, we don't want to alienize our customers, just write the gays an apology later."

    Posted by: Donny B | Mar 17, 2009 6:06:59 PM

  12. What's with the link to Faux News for the Richardson story?

    Posted by: sean | Mar 17, 2009 7:47:05 PM

  13. Forget the story of the porn twins for a minute, did anybody check out the details story of Jorg Haider and his lover?

    Posted by: Chitown Kev | Mar 17, 2009 11:35:00 PM

  14. geez, i had no idea that my angry e-mail would elicit such a swift capitulation from the Union Bar. (i kid.) but they felt pressure from all sides, i guess.

    still, DONNY B has a point. it is always easier to kick someone in the nads and then, later, say i'm sorry if i offended anyone. and, PATRICKPATRICK, i agree. why should those slimeballs get off so easily?

    Posted by: nic | Mar 18, 2009 12:03:31 AM

  15. Sean,

    have you regained your composure? i think that Zac is a beauty. i would prefer him sweaty rather than muddy. i would lick him in all his private places. he makes my flack-sid peen stand at attention, and i am one of those old queers that you berate.

    Posted by: nic | Mar 18, 2009 2:37:27 AM

  16. It looks more like they forgot their algicide. Weird.

    Posted by: anon | Mar 18, 2009 2:22:59 PM

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