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Road White House AIDS Conference call ends in "chaos, acrimony".

Bb12 RoadMeet this season's gay Big Brother contestant.

RoadRetail rage: Dude doesn't care about G20 riot — he just wants to go shopping!

RoadDavid Mixner on the LGBT community's crisis: We are losing our history. "Those individuals who fought in the trenches in the period from the 1950's through the 1980's are soon to become endangered species as more and more die from natural causes...Deeply aggravating the situation was the deliberate destruction of so much of our history during the HIV/AIDS crisis in the dark years of the 1980's and early 1990's. When some of our early pioneering activists died of HIV/AIDS their families, ashamed of them for both being gay and also dying of AIDS, destroyed any document, record or letter that would shine light on their journey as a homosexual."

RoadDo we really need another one?

RoadPete Wentz shows off his treasure trail.

RoadNew York legislature approves bill that would extend funeral and bereavement leave to same-sex couples: "The bill, which passed the Assembly 107-26 this month and the Senate on Monday, prohibits discrimination by employers in the state who provide such leave to other workers and would take effect 60 days after signing. Paterson has been a strong advocate of gay rights, including same-sex marriage; he will review the bill when it reaches his desk, spokesman Morgan Hook said Tuesday."

Monster_whale RoadMonster whale once ruled the seas.

RoadChris Colfer is a hero to his epileptic sister.

RoadTed Olson urges Judge Walker to consider Supreme Court's recent classification of gays and lesbians as an identifiable "class" in his decision regarding Proposition 8.

RoadEd Westwick looks good with jet lag.

Road"Ex-gay" leader dies.

RoadIowa activists react to Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling upholding ban on same-sex marriage: "Justin Uebelhor – a spokesman for the pro-gay marriage group 'One Iowa' — agrees that the legislators who’re elected in the next several years will decide the issue. A resolution calling for a statewide vote on gay marriage must pass two separate Iowa General Assemblies in order to be placed on the ballot so voters can decide. 'I think the ruling in Wisconsin really underscores the importance of protecting a pro-equality legislature here in Iowa,' Uebelhor says. 'I think Iowans want their leaders to focus on improving our economy, bringing jobs to the state and working to improve our education.'”

Situation RoadThe Situation celebrates his birthday.

RoadMichelle Bachmann will. not. have. a global economy!

RoadHundreds gather in Chicago for LGBT police conference.

RoadQueer Ink: India's first gay online bookstore opens. "The books are for homosexuals and anyone who is coming out, or wants to know more about these subjects.  It’s about empowering and informing. Gay people want role models, to see their lives reflected in fiction. I think one would hesitate to pick up books like this in a normal retail space, which is why I did it online."

RoadRyan Kwanten loses his pants.

Road70,000 sea turtle eggs to be relocated and hatched away from oil spill: "It's never been done on such a massive scale. But doing nothing, experts say, could lead to unprecedented deaths. There are fears the turtles would be coated in oil and poisoned by crude-soaked food."

RoadRick Scott attacks Bill McCollum in Florida governor race: "Former hospital executive Rick Scott, a deep-pocketed and increasingly serious candidate for Governor of Florida, attacked his Republican Primary rival today for having backed former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani in 2008. Attorney General Bill McCollum "endorsed pro-abortion and pro-homosexual rights candidate Rudy Giuliani for president in 2008 and was a Giuliani campaign leader in Florida," wrote Scott consultant Keith Appell in a memo to reporters. McCollum faced attacks from the right on gay rights his 2004 Senate bid, but has more recently been criticized for retaining an anti-gay activist since accused of hiring a gay prostitute as an expert witness."

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  1. In case you missed it, check out OURsceneTV's special Pride 2010 exclusive coverage!

    http://www.ourscenetv.com/pride2010

    Posted by: OSTV | Jun 30, 2010 3:35:28 PM


  2. I'll be rooting for Brendan.
    Unless he turns out to be another idiot like Jeff.

    Posted by: Rodney W. | Jun 30, 2010 4:02:25 PM


  3. In Re: White House call ends in chaos/Acrimony = First off Why THE FUCK is ANYONE on a waiting list for care for HIV/AIDS in this country??? Whether that number is 1182 or 11,820 this government should hold its head in shame!!!! we can spend friggin BILLIONS on two wars over the past 9 years with no end in sight and yet we have 1200 people on a f**king waiting list for care -!!! give me a F**king Break!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by: alexInBoston | Jun 30, 2010 4:17:53 PM


  4. That Ted Olson item about gays and lesbians as a class is really progress. It may sway the whole Prop 8 thing and these decisions about civil unions vs. marriage. At one time wasn't a marriage restricted to a man and a woman of the same "race". Many of our grandparents shocked their parents by marrying outside of their church.


    Why can't progress be faster. I will not live forever?

    Posted by: Fahd | Jun 30, 2010 5:07:25 PM


  5. Oh, bow ties. Why do you exist?

    Posted by: Paul R | Jun 30, 2010 7:04:54 PM


  6. I'd only watch big brother if the monster whale, or mega shark were a contestant.

    Posted by: TANK | Jun 30, 2010 7:28:51 PM


  7. Chris Colfer continues to impress with his talent, humor and decency. He's going to make some lucky guy very happy someday.

    Posted by: Smartypants | Jun 30, 2010 8:40:26 PM


  8. Goody goody, time for Big Brother, my favorite summer guilty pleasure. This year it looks especially yummy with Brendon, Andrew, and Hayden to lust after.

    Ragan, alas, the token gay, is a geek.

    Posted by: Kyle | Jul 1, 2010 12:01:38 AM


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