News: 'Ex-Gays', Neil Patrick Harris, Favre Goat, Swine Flu, Ireland
Neil Patrick Harris to guest judge on American Idol.
The "Michael Jackson is alive" conspiracies start.
Parents & Friends of Ex-Gays LOSE court case, portray it as "precedent setting" victory. TWO: "In a breathless press release PFOX called their failure a 'precedent setting case' and claimed that the Court ruled that 'former homosexuals are a protected class that must be recognized under sexual orientation non-discrimination laws.' What the court actually did was disagree with DC’s Office of Human Rights, which had said that ex-gays are not covered under the D.C. Human Rights Act, because a protected a group must show immutable characteristics."
Ryan Gosling works up a sweat at the gym.
CBS 5 profile on Congressional hopeful Anthony Woods.
Utah homophobe Chris Buttars attacks Salt Lake City non-discrimination ordinance: "I've never seen any facts. I see these wild accusations. Let's say someone is gay, but [he's] also a terrible employee -- is that possible? [He gets] fired for something else. You know the gay community is going to claim [the employer] did it because he's gay."
Chris Brown instructed to stay away from Rihanna for five years.
Adam Lambert joins charity to help public schools in need of arts and music funding.
Irish Cardinal Sean Brady speaks out against same-sex civil unions: "The book of nature is one and indivisible. It takes in not only the environment but also life, sexuality, marriage, the family, social relations—in a word—integral human development. Our duties towards the environment are linked to our duties towards the human person, considered in himself and in relation to others. It would be wrong to uphold one set of duties while trampling on the other."
Owner of Castro bar Blackbird dies of swine flu: "He was 41 years old, and was in Palm Springs at the time of his infection, and he had not been traveling abroad, according to business partner Shawn Vergara."
Washington Referendum 71 signature error rate still within limit: "Elections officials said Tuesday they've checked more than 110,000 Referendum 72 signatures. Backers of the measure want to overturn Washington's new "everything but marriage" same-sex domestic partner law. Officials say 97,261 signatures have been accepted and 13,027 rejected. The overall error rate is 11.81 percent, up from the 11.72 percent rate reported Monday."