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Project Gaydar: Your secret, if you have one, is not safe with Facebook.
Meet the father of Prop 8.
Anderson Cooper needs a ride.
Ossett, UK man targeted by three men in attack: "All I can think is that they picked on me because I am gay. It's all a bit of a blur, all I remember is being laid out on the floor and waiting for the ambulance to arrive."
Grizzly Bears face huge population drops in Canada.
Command Sergeant Major Teresa L. King is the Army's first female top drill sergeant: "The eighth of 12 children, the sergeant major is the daughter of a sharecropper who grew cucumbers and tobacco near Fort Bragg, N.C. Her first job in the Army was as a postal clerk, a traditional position for women in those days."
Guess who's returning to Melrose Place?
Lindsey Graham on Obama: “If you asked me if the president of the United States is a socialist, I would say no. I think he’s an American liberal, that’s what I think he is. You know, Ted Kennedy was an American liberal, but we found ways to work together.”
Listen: Kris Allen drops first single.
South Florida radio listeners to get inside Mark Foley's mind tonight.
Australian politico comes out, wins praise.
Houston mayor candidate Annise Parker attacked by anti-gay group: "Annise Parkers lifestyle that of being a HOMOSEXUAL is not the proper role model to lead the fourth largest city in the United States. The Bible speaks clearly against the lifestyle she represents, James 1:8 says, ‘A double minded man is confused in all his ways’. She does not believe in what the scripture says about her lifestyle which in return means she doesn’t believe in God."
Netflix awards million dollar prize to team for improving its online recommendations system.
Hugh Jackman kicks off Climate Week NYC.
Robbie Williams to reunite with Take That for one night only?
Montana gays and lesbians hold summit in Bozeman: "The first [summit] was to start networking so we’re not inventing the wheel, to see what everyone’s doing in the area and see what resources are available in the state. This year we’re bringing together up to 35 or 40 organizations to identify common challenges faced by the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community, so we can come together and support ourselves throughout the state. It’s been very fragmented in the past."
GYM sportsbar opening in Los Angeles, in the old Normandie Room space.
Buju Banton show axed in Richmond, Virginia.
Tom Cruise shows off his jogging hair.
20 protest outside "ex-gay" conference near Melbourne, Australia: "They waved placards that read 'Hands off queer kids' and 'You can’t straighten me out', and had a heated debate with organisers about whether it’s possible to become straight."