News: Baseball, Jesse Metcalfe, Supreme Court, Apple
Jesse Metcalfe goes shirtless for UK Cosmopolitan's annual Naked Centerfolds Special.
Does Apple hates flash technology enough to try and replace it?
Mad Men's Bryan Batt's gift to his mother on Mother's Day is a memoir he wrote about her.
Gay man unable to bring sons he had via surrogate home: "For the past two months Dan Goldberg and his twin sons, Itai and Liron, have been staying at a Mumbai hotel, awaiting permission from the Jerusalem Family Court to proceed with a paternity test that would determine whether he is indeed their biological father. Until the test is performed, the babies will not be granted entry into the country, nor will they be eligible to receive health insurance or medical treatments.
Get ready to find out about Obama's Supreme Court "very soon."
Kylie shoots a new music video with half naked men.
Hate crime victim wins civil suit against assailant: "
You'd think a journalist would think before tweeting something homophobic.
Scientists think a 17-year-old girl who still resembles a child could help them discover what makes people age.
Russian politician claims he was abducted by little green men.
Prince Harry is apparently taking the loss of his polo horse pretty hard.
ESPN polled MLB players for their reactions, on a scale of 1 to 10, about having an openly gay teammate: "The average was a right-down-the-middle 5.1, but the individual responses were not. Some were cool with it. 'there’d be a few outliers who would have a strong reaction, maybe a few homophobes,' one AL pitcher says. 'But overall, not a big deal — I’d say a 2 or a 3.' An AL outfielder agrees. “I wonder how much it would really change anything. There’s already a lot of funny stuff that goes on with some of my teammates in the clubhouse that makes you wonder."
Lacross player Andrew McIntosh describes the reaction of his teammates after coming out: “I was embraced with open arms. I had teammates come up and give me handshakes, and people saying it takes a lot of guts to do that.”
Toronto's gay pride festival received $400,000 from the Canadian government last year. This year it got nothing.