News: Wolverine, Alexander McQueen, Bullying, Evan Lysacek, Salt

 roadSF LGBT Center makes $1 million SOS request to city.

 roadUganda "kill the gays" bill to be featured on Nightline tonight.

Wolverine roadThe first wolverine caught on camera in California in 90 years was caught humping a tree.

 roadNYC to prohibit use of salt by restaurants?

 roadRep. 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.’’

 roadThe Montana brothers, Nick and Nate, hit the beach.

 roadWho 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."

 roadEvan Lysacek discusses his lightning bolt shoulder pads.

Bully  roadTen-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?”

 roadMassachusetts Senate to debate broad anti-bullying bill.

 roadAnti-gay City Council candidate in San Diego Lorie Zapf poses threat.

 roadObama and Chief Justice John Roberts in war of words.

 roadGrindr 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."

 roadReichen Lehmkuhl to act off-Broadway in My Big Gay Italian Wedding.

 roadOUT magazine a finalist in 2010 ASME National Magazine Awards for 'Out 100' portfolio.

Mcqueen roadAlexander McQueen's final collection.

 roadSpartacus star suffering from non-Hodgkins lymphoma.

 roadChristian radio station in Mombasa, Kenya continuing to broadcast threats against gays.

 roadGay couples find surrogate mothers in India.

 roadYes 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."

 roadGay powerlifter Chris Morgan wins British Deadlift Championships.

 roadPope's brother abused kids.

 roadUtah'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."