News: Charlie Crist, Sherlock Holmes, Bomb Scares, Coffee Cups
Fans hurl anti-gay insults at Gareth Thomas on the field: "I could hear some chants from a small section of the crowd. It wasn’t very nice and I was pretty hurt by what I could hear. I’m only human."
Copyright holder to Sherlock Holmes wouldn't be happy if the main characters end up being gay for the sequel to the Hollywood movie: "It would be drastic, but I would withdraw permission for more films to be made if they feel that is a theme they wish to bring out in the future. I am not hostile to homosexuals, but I am to anyone who is not true to the spirit of the books."
The designer of the Anthora coffee cup has passed away.
Breasts on state seals offend Ken Cuccinelli.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon renew their wedding vows.
Americablog on the HRC's response to the DADT letter from Robert Gates: "It's all well and good that HRC claims to have seen the light. They had no other choice. Solmonese promised the community that DADT would be repealed this year, and after a year of brown-nosing the White House, HRC has bupkis to show us as progress. At some point, to cover his ass, to cover the organization's ass, they had to finally admit that the the DADT repeal effort is totally f'd up."
Ryan Gosling is into home repair.
Report claims that closeted teens at higher risk for pregnancy: “Those who experience harassment and discrimination may choose pregnancy involvement as a way to deny their orientation, to prevent further enacted stigma.”