News: Allen Ginsberg, Tenderloin, Netherlands, Shirley Huntley
Defense bill (along with DADT repeal) in danger if GOP takes House this November.
More photos from the first large-scale Gay Pride parade in Nepal.
Brian Williams is hung.
Will the Justice Dept. weigh in on the Prop 8 case? "It is possible that the 9th Circuit panel could request the Justice Department's views on the case, but Carter Phillips, managing partner of Sidley Austin's Washington office, said it would be unusual for a panel to do so."
Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton "disappointed" by Target donation to MN Forward.
The first gay soldier in the Spanish military to get married says he has been subject to harassment by his superiors.
Nathaniel Rogers celebrates the 10th anniversary of Bring It On! "The movie was so high spirited and well executed that it was as bracing and life-affirming as jumping back into the ocean again."
California passes bill protecting clergy opposed to same-sex marriage: "Sen. Mark Leno's bill, approved 22-11 Wednesday, could become necessary if a federal appeals court upholds a judge's ruling this month striking down Proposition 8, the state's voter-approved gay marriage ban. The bill says religious institutions from faiths that object to same-sex unions could not be stripped of their tax-exempt status if their clergy refuse to perform weddings for gay couples."
Inside rehearsals for the Angels in America revival.
Robbie Williams Twitterview.
UK refugee activist group Refugee Action launches campaign in support of LGBT asylum seekers.
400 Anglican bishops speak out against gays in Uganda.
FrankenSalmon nearly ready for public consumption.
Longtime SF Tenderloin gay bathhouse to become doggie day care center: "A doggy day care center with space for up to 60 canines is scheduled to open early next year at 130 Turk St., which is on a rundown corridor between Taylor and Jones streets. The facility, which could aid city-led efforts to rejuvenate the rough-and-tumble area, will provide only daytime accommodations for dogs, proprietor David Nale said. Customers could include Tenderloin residents and workers who park in surrounding garages who will pay up to $40 a day for the service, according to Nale. The charming three-story building has been vacant since The City cracked down on gay bathhouses amid the 1980s AIDS epidemic."
Adam Lambert and Katy Perry hit the Scissor Sisters concert in NYC.
Allen Ginsberg's NYC apartment for rent.
Publicly funded gay and lesbian center evicted in Glasgow, Scotland.
Male model fix: It's an underwear fashion show.
Meth use among gay men in Seattle remains a "pervasive problem."
Netherlands to include same-sex couples in school textbooks: "Two fathers go out to buy a guinea pig that costs 17.95 euros in the pet shop. The shop owner gives them a discount of 20 per cent. How much must Jan's fathers pay?"
March to be held tomorrow in SF for MUNI hate crime victim.
Detroit gay youth center destroyed by fire.
New York State Senator Shirley Huntley mailer links death threats to gay marriage supporters: "The threat came in the form of a bouquet with a note attached that said, 'Rest In Peace.' At the time, Huntley said she had no idea who might be making the threats. But some blame seems to be assigned in this latest mailer (which is marked "Shirley Huntley for New York State Senate")."