Alexander Skarsgard | BP Oil Spill | Britney Spears | Carrie Prejean | Crime | Great Britain | Janet Jackson | Madonna | Melissa Etheridge | Nature | News | Paris Hilton | True Blood

News: Alexander Skarsgard, Costa Rica, Paris Hilton, Octopus

 road Melissa Etheridge files to end her domestic partnership with Tammy Lynn Michaels.

Aa  road True Blood vamp Alexander Skarsgard doesn't have time for Twilght's blood-suckers.

 road Oil along Gulf Coast beaches found buried at least 2 feet in the sand.

 road Horrible: 15 men and women chased and attacked a gay couple in the UK.

 road Wanting to look like Lady Gaga, contact lenses from Asia are the latest fad: "Known as circle lenses, these are colored contacts — sometimes in weird shades like violet and pink — that make the eyes appear larger because they cover not just the iris, as normal lenses do, but also part of the whites."

 road Janet Jackson performs a steamy show in New Orleans.

 road Carrie Prejean is now Carrie Boller.

 road Costa Rican gay marriage update: "The Sala Constitucional (Constitutional Court) has ordered the Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones to suspend the process of the referendum on same sex marriages that was to have been included in the December 2010 municipal elections."

 road Zack Rosen has won a scholarship to the NetRoots Nation. Now he has to pony up. 

 road Eastern Bank has purchased Wainwright Bank & Trust, an institution that has always been a strong supporter of LGBT rights.


 road If you don't believe in psychics, you may have a hard time buying into a psychic octopus.

 road If Britney Spears says that if her kids told her they wanted to be in the entertainment business, she would lock them in their rooms until they're 30.

 road Paris Hilton was briefly detained and then unfortunately released by police in South Africa.

 road Madonna keeps helping her daughter promote her fashion line.

 road More kids: "A gay couple that made legal history when they were jointly registered as fathers are this weekend celebrating the arrival of their fourth and fifth children."

Feed This post's comment feed


  1. Your headline, "Progress on Costa Rican gay marriages halted" is inaccurate. The referendum that the Supreme Court ordered stopped would have allowed the public to vote to deny gay people marriage equality. The court RIGHTLY ruled that it would violate the rights of a minority to allow majority rule to decide on their rights.

    Too bad more people and more judges and more courts don't understand this justice principle in the US.

    The headline should read, "Public referendum, that would deny Costa Rican marriage equality, halted"

    Posted by: TampaZeke | Jul 3, 2010 7:44:43 PM

  2. About Costa Rica case, this should be clarified: a religious association collected signs to put a legislative project on the ballot, along with the local elections, on December. The Supreme Tribunal of Elections validated the necessary amount of signs.

    This legislative project is not ABOUT same-sex marriages, BUT civil unions.

    The gay movement doesn't like this fact, so it, along with the Costa Rican ombudsman, tried to stop the referendum with diverse legal resources. Those were rejected ad portas, for lack of law standing.

    But a gay lawyer put a legal resource before the Constitutional Court of Costa Rica, which meet the requirements of admission. Due to the resource, the Court halted the referendum that would be placed in December, in order to study the gay lawyer's arguments, then to decide if anything related to create new civil rights should be put on the ballot, or not.

    In my opinion, these arguments are very weak. We have a very specific Constitution (from 1949), while the U. S. Constitution is from 1787, so very general, except the amendments, especially the Fourteenth Admendment from 1860's.

    Posted by: Anonymous123445 | Jul 3, 2010 10:40:03 PM

  3. If Britney locks her boys in a closet until they are 30 if they mention entering the entertainment industry, is that a sign of parental concern, or her mental illness?

    I happen to like Paris Hilton, she just happens to have idiots around her that get her into trouble. That and she's not too bright...hehe.

    I wonder how well Madonna's new clothing line, "Material Girl" will do this fall? It looks primed to target the teen market, but there are other lines at lower price points that might steal it's thunder. But it's Madonna, I'm sure it'll make millions.

    Posted by: Kyle | Jul 3, 2010 11:55:07 PM

  4. @ Kyle

    Do you like Paris when she called gays faggot's on film or blacks n*gga's?

    Pres tel.

    @ gay sites

    Why the obsession or care about Carrie Prejan?? How perculiar...

    Posted by: Rowan | Jul 4, 2010 5:51:38 AM

  5. Why should Askars care about Twilight? Twilight is about as far removed from True Blood as its possible to be. Twilight is beyond lame, a complete insult to Vampire mythology.

    Posted by: rovex | Jul 4, 2010 7:33:02 AM

  6. That's a shame about Tammy Lynn Michaels. She was great on "Popular" and she gave up a promising acting career to be with Melissa. Regrets, I guess.

    Posted by: Rodney W. | Jul 4, 2010 1:01:43 PM

  7. @ Rowan, Yes, I still like Paris. She's human, she makes mistakes. We all do. I've made the same mistakes, haven't you? She's still a fun party girl with a good heart, plus, she's pretty. Isn't that all that matters? (other than being rich?). Thanks sweetie.

    Posted by: Kyle | Jul 6, 2010 12:27:22 AM

Post a comment


« «UK Could Allow Religious Unions That Closely Resemble Marriage« «