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San Francisco wants in on Prop 8 lawsuit: "The city would add "a unique local government perspective" to the case, along with its extensive legal experience in defending gay and lesbian rights, if allowed to intervene, City Attorney Dennis Herrera's office said in court papers."
Soap bubble in space?
Adrian Grenier shows off his furry coin slot in Miami.
D.C. enacts Domestic Partnership Judicial Determination Parentage Act of 2009: "Lesbians in the District no longer will need the written consent of their partners to adopt children born to their partners through artificial insemination...The name of a consenting spouse or unmarried partner will appear on the child's birth certificate as the legal parent, a status that previously had to be obtained by same-sex parents through a complicated adoption process."
Katie Holmes tries to do Judy Garland on So You Think You Can Dance.
The once-thought-doomed Boatslip Resort in Provincetown isn't going anywhere.
Gay divorce: After the break-up, what about the lake house?
Missouri's Claire McCaskill makes gay marriage gaffe: "GOProud, a conservative gay group, is attacking Democratic senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri for using “antigay scare tactics” to justify her vote Wednesday on a controversial gun amendment."
Gays force removal of stalls in men's room at Washington Square Park, says Parks and Rec dude.
Is heteroflexible the new gay?
Gatesville, Texas pastor rents town sign: Gay is not the new Black.
Cheyenne Jackson to star in Broadway revival of Finian's Rainbow.
Simon Karlinsky, Berkeley professor and authority on homosexuality in pre-Soviet Russia, has died.
Anti-gay Wisconsin group Wisconsin Family Action has filed a lawsuit challenging the legitimacy of domestic partnerships because the state has a ban on same-sex marriage and civil unions.
It's nice to see Jake Gyllenhaal looking happy for a change.
Colton Ford talks about his new album Under the Covers: "One of the things that I didn’t figure in doing porn was that people were going to have such vehemently negative feelings about it. I’ve gotten emails from people saying that it’s abhorrent and that it goes against what’s right and normal...You know, I still think we’re dealing with a lot of shame in our community. There are people who really get into porn and then lash out against guys who do the films. I guess they don’t feel entitled to enjoy that sexual part of themselves. I will say, however, that there are plenty of people who are more than able to look beyond that part of my career to see what else I have to offer."
TDK shot Andy Warhol.
Is Gwyneth Paltrow the new Julia Child?