News: Ne-Yo, The Red Sea, Malta, DADT, Rachel Maddow
Ne-Yo wants you to stop calling him gay.
A view from space had the parting of the Red Sea actually occurred.
Retired NFL Player Marcellus Wiley: "It would really be tough for a gay guy in the NFL, for the locker room to understand him as a homosexual -- I'm not saying it's impossible to pull off, but I'm saying right now the fear of coming out of the closet and more so coming out in the locker room would really be too tremendous to overcome. It's unfortunate because it shouldn't be that way. I understand that the locker room is pretty intimate. I do understand that there are 53 guys walking around nude at times and I do understand how guys may feel uncomfortable, but I don't think that it should impair someone's decision to live their life, have their freedoms and express themselves."
CNN lists the 10 best movie dance scenes.
Decrease in hate crimes? Probably not: "A national anti-violence coalition released a report this week that shows declines in the reported number of hate crime victims and survivors, incidents and offenders in 2009. However, those reported drops since 2008 are likely due to many programs facing budget cuts and staff layoffs, rather than an actual decrease in violence, according to the report."
250 attend gay pride march in Valletta, Malta.
Paris Hilton can't stay away form pot.
After Argentina's introduction of marriage equality, could Paraguay be next?
Milwaukee city worker in trouble for sending a gay man hateful messages on Facebook: "You know you are living in sin and will burn in hell if you don't change your life around. I'm sorry to hear you married another man. God made Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve."
Former Air Force Michael Almy testifies that he never admitted to being gay though he was discharged under "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" anyway.
A Skarsgard sandwich sounds delicious.
Senator David Vitter is sorry he implied that Rachel Maddow does not look like a woman.
Get ready for Skins season 5.
Staten Islanders meet to discuss hate crimes.