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TSA leaks entire screening procedures manual.

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In response to the Manhattan Declaration, the Affirmation Declaration.


Noah Send a good-bye kiss to daytime TV's pioneering gay couple Luke and Noah.

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UCLA researchers: stem cells can be engineered to kill HIV: "We have demonstrated in this proof-of-principle study that this type of approach can be used to engineer the human immune system, particularly the T-cell response, to specifically target HIV-infected cells. These studies lay the foundation for further therapeutic development that involves restoring damaged or defective immune responses toward a variety of viruses that cause chronic disease, or even different types of tumors."

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Susan Boyle to perform at Michelle Obama's birthday party.

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Inside Cory Monteith's crib.

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Miami teacher murdered by his ex-lover: "According to a police report, neighbors watched in horror as Higgs stabbed Brown several times with a kitchen knife in the hallway at Inland Towers Apartment. Higgs, 53, then fled the scene but was captured a short time later. Police believe the two men knew each other for a long time and had an intimate relationship for the past seven or eight years before brown broke it off for unknown reasons."

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There's been a death in the Beckham family.

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Pageant held for 'Miss Fat Gay Venezuela'. Video.

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A Christian-Hollywood link to the Uganda "kill gays" bill.

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Chad White and Kerry Degman in "boot camp".

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AfterElton does a post-season interview with gay brothers Sam and Dan McMillen from The Amazing Race.

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Washington lawmaker Reuven Carlyle to introduce disclosure bill: "[Bill] would clarify that signatures, names and addresses of people who sign initiatives and referendums are part of the public record. The issue of releasing names of people who sign referendums and initiatives surfaced earlier this year in the fight over the new 'everything but marriage' law that expands rights for gay domestic partners in Washington state."

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Widowed lesbian wins landmark payout over hospital error: "The case is believed to mark the first time a civil partner in England has been awarded compensation for medical negligence since the passage of a law that provides civil partners similar rights as married couples."

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Avatar turns Sigourney Weaver into a weeping mess: "It [Avatar] will pick you up and shake you like a rag doll. I'm not too much of an emotional creature, but I was weeping by the end. I remember reading the script and thinking, I love this but how can he [Cameron] ever do this. Nothing like this had been done before — floating mountains!"

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Boy Culture has a boatload of material from the Single Man press junket in NYC.

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Homophobic easter egg found in new video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare?

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In the can: Bollywood's first gay lovemaking scene.

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Robert Downey Jr. shows off at Mann's Chinese Theater handprint ceremony.

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NY Dems to be targeted in 2010 over marriage vote: "It's going to be a bloodbath. We're going to use every single weapon in our quiver to take these people out. We either need to replace them or scare the hell out of them so they do the right thing."

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Big Love villain Alby to get boyfriend.

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Lambeth: London police conduct raids against homophobic crime at 17 addresses: " The operation was carried out to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and was part of wider police action across London. A Lambeth police spokeswoman said the main thrust of the action was to combat violence against women, but it also focussed on combating racist, homophobic and disability motivated hate crime, and crimes against the vulnerable or older people by members of their own family and carers."

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  1. Maybe someone can explain to me how that dialogue in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is considred Homophobic, because I do not see it.

    Posted by: Julian A. | Dec 8, 2009 3:53:36 PM


  2. Who cares about Luke and Noah? Their storyline was so lame. The fact they barely kissed was a joke. Now go over to "One Life to Live", they are not putting the breaks on anything: Full on makeout session, pre "making love' sequences, mass gay weddings, gay bashings, and trying to legalize gay marriages.

    Posted by: DairyQueen | Dec 8, 2009 3:58:01 PM


  3. Having "homophobic Easter Eggs" in Modern Warfare seems to be one of the least of its controversial issues. Have you actually seen the part where you play the game as a terrorist and your objective is to go around killing as many people as you can in an airport?

    Here is the video:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xa5d3UhTmAg

    This is why I think we should not sell of M-rated videogames to minors. If the parents want to get it for their kids, then fine, but at least then they can't use the excuse that they didn't know the game had controversial content.

    Posted by: damien | Dec 8, 2009 4:07:57 PM


  4. The Call of Duty thing isn't an Easter Egg, it's right in the dialog. Who really cares? It's a quote from Airplane.

    Posted by: Michael | Dec 8, 2009 4:32:07 PM


  5. Hey!
    These guys are Gay???

    Posted by: Hit Counter | Dec 16, 2009 1:23:27 AM


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