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SF LGBT Center makes $1 million SOS request to city.
Uganda "kill the gays" bill to be featured on Nightline tonight.
The first wolverine caught on camera in California in 90 years was caught humping a tree.
NYC to prohibit use of salt by restaurants?
Rep. Stephen Lynch praised for "hands-off" approach to oversight of D.C. marriage equality: “Stephen Lynch is a wonderful example of a legislator who has evolved,’’ said Arline Isaacson, cochairwoman of the Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus, which endorsed one of Lynch’s opponents in his first campaign. “It makes a huge difference to have a legislator who comes from such a conservative background be on our side.’’
The Montana brothers, Nick and Nate, hit the beach.
Who had the "first same-sex marriage" in D.C. (and does it matter?): "But while the three weddings at the HRC building drew most of the media spotlight, two other same-sex weddings Tuesday morning held at the D.C. Superior Court building are believed to have been the first such marriages to take place under the city’s Religious Freedom & Marriage Equality Amendment Act."
Evan Lysacek discusses his lightning bolt shoulder pads.
Ten-year-old UK boy put on "hate register" at school for calling fellow student "gay boy". Mum: “He doesn’t even understand about the birds and the bees, so how can he be homophobic?”
Massachusetts Senate to debate broad anti-bullying bill.
Anti-gay City Council candidate in San Diego Lorie Zapf poses threat.
Obama and Chief Justice John Roberts in war of words.
Grindr competitor West Fourth launches. Co-founder Eric Silverberg: "Let's face it -- every other gay social site, mobile or not, is trashy. West Fourth is the first site that I wouldn't be embarrassed to admit I'd met my boyfriend on."
Reichen Lehmkuhl to act off-Broadway in My Big Gay Italian Wedding.
OUT magazine a finalist in 2010 ASME National Magazine Awards for 'Out 100' portfolio.
Alexander McQueen's final collection.
Spartacus star suffering from non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
Christian radio station in Mombasa, Kenya continuing to broadcast threats against gays.
Gay couples find surrogate mothers in India.
Yes Men: Group plays anti-gay hoax on Utah. "A phantom blog posting and Facebook page announced that a group called "Patriots for a Moral Utah" were holding a press conference to unveil a resolution that would call for the removal or relocation of all gay people in Utah."
Gay powerlifter Chris Morgan wins British Deadlift Championships.
Pope's brother abused kids.
Utah's second-largest city to consider LGBT discrimination protections? "On Tuesday, the West Valley City Council plans to discuss whether it ought to adopt ordinances similar to those passed with unanimous support -- and a rare LDS Church endorsement -- in Salt Lake City last fall. Freshman Mayor Mike Winder urged the council, during a planning retreat in January, to take up the issue in 2010."