News: Home Depot, Michael Jackson, Guam, X-Men Kiss
Man jailed for explosives hate crime at Copenhagen World Outgames.
Rolling Stone covers the final days of Michael Jackson.
Fort Worth, Texas diversity task force holds meeting one month after raid.
Transgender student in Guam turned away from Prom. School officials refuse to apologize or draft transgender policy: "Back in May, the George Washington High School senior told KUAM News he was turned away from the prom because he was wearing a dress. At the time, he said he felt discriminated against by school officials. 'I said, 'Where does it state in this rule in this paper that there's no cross-dressing, no individualism and no opposite genders? It doesn't say anything.' So I have a case right here. And that's wrong,' he stated."
Boston cop calls Henry Louis Gates "jungle monkey" in email to journalist.
X-Men: Marvel Comics' first gay kiss.
L.A. sperm bank offers celebrity look-alike donors: "'The number one client question we get is: `Who does this donor look like?'' said Scott Brown of California Cryobank. 'We decided this would be a great way to give thorough and consistent answers. Clients love it. Look-a-Likes has only been available for a week and our Web site traffic is up 50 percent.'"
Chicago Mayor Daley open to set-asides for gay-owned businesses: "I think it's good. It helps businesses grow in the city, and that's what you want."
Photographer Annie Leibowitz's financial problems get worse.
New York City Councilman Bill de Blasio wants health department to create division for LGBT youth: "The division would address suicide, depression, violence and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases among gay, lesbian and transgender people up to age 24."
Actor Jonathan Bennett provides some eye candy in L.A.
Head of Portland Mayor Sam Adams recall effort speaks to City Council.
Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg duke it out.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention receives $45,000 grant from the Johnson Family Foundation "to develop a project aimed at reducing suicidal behavior and suicide risk in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations. The goal of the new Knowledge to Practice Initiative -- which will coincide with AFSP’s ongoing LGBT efforts -- is to lay the foundation for a national LGBT suicide prevention effort by establishing partnerships with leading national and state organizations."