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 road The Union Leader publisher Joseph W. McQuaid can learn a few things from Spider-man and Jesus.

Kellan-lutz-spain-mens-health-10222010-03-430x576  road Kellan Lutz's abs just might be the real Situation.

 road Men attacked and called gay slurs at 7-11 in Denver. Police are reviewing surveillance footage of the crime.

 road Openly gay New Jersey Assemblyman Reed Gusciora's "It Gets Better" video.

 road One of the suspects in the death of a transgender Maplewood, NJ woman surrenders to police.

 road American Apparel has donated 500 "Legalize Gay" t-shirts to the University of Wisconsin for those students who want them, this after an attack last month on a female student who was wearing one.

 road Facebook reportedly shuts down group, 12,000-strong, calling for a kiss-in in front of the Pope in Barcelona on November 7.

 road One of the best lines from last night's SNL was when Emma Stone, as Lindsay Lohan, said about the possibly of going to jail: ”I’m way too busy to go to jail. I have a career. I’m just gonna tell them that. They’ll totally get it.”

 road Celine Dion gives birth to twin baby boys.

Palin  road Republicans haven't been all that happy with the demands Sarah Palin has put on those she is supposed to be helping win office this election year.

 road While stumping for GOP candidates, Palin's also been promoting her upcoming TV show by telling crowds: "You're lucky, you're going to get to learn a little bit more about my state here in the coming weeks."

 road SyFy plans to produce a pilot for a Battlestar Galactica spin-off.

 road The New York Times has published an interview with the man who gives Sue Sylvester her voice, Ian Brennan. Jane Lynch herself says this about him: “Ian is this incredibly nice, incredibly sweet guy who just happens to have a really cruel, supremely mean sense of humor. I think it has something to do with growing up Irish Catholic.”

 road Rally held in the West Village to condem attacks on gay New Yorkers.

 road Gay voters are so angry at Democrats that they many intend to ditch the party on election day

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  1. I'm not all that happy with the Dems either, but the alternative? A Congress full of know-nothing bag-heads and John Boehner as Speaker of The House? Change takes time, folks. It's as simple as that. Marriage equality and civil equality ARE "hot button" issues and are being expertly and professionally exploited by the right-wing. The Democratic Party's resurgence since 2006 is still in its nascent stages. We need to give them a change. I want full civil equality and I am tired of all the gay-bashing going on and I am second-to-none in my utter contempt for republicons and their bigoted base. However, to stay at home and let the republicons retake Congress out of spite is nothing more than petulant politics by a bunch of wimps. This is a fight. It ain't pretty and it will get worse before it gets better. We need to get out the vote, turn back the Tea Party "insurgents" and by doing so, send a message to the Democrats and America that it's OK to support LGBT civil equality. If the Dems can win on November 2, they'll see that America is behind them as they seek to reform the mess of 30+ years of republicon mayhem.

    Posted by: mike | Oct 24, 2010 7:11:14 PM

  2. democrats are the gas pedal, conservatives are the break. how on earth would we get to wear we are going by threatening to take our foot off the break whenever we arent going fast enough.

    ive been hearing this for months, its republican playbook politics, get the gays to stay home or vote 3rd party, play into dissatisfaction and they benefit.

    Posted by: eb | Oct 24, 2010 7:55:17 PM

  3. Go back to Republican leadership and we will be jailed and criminalized for who we are. The Repulicans are looking to rule by the Bible in a literal sense and we will be left to hide forever.

    Posted by: Pointless | Oct 24, 2010 10:02:15 PM

  4. Sarah Palin self-centered and self-serving? Gawrsh! Who'd a thunk it?

    Posted by: Brian | Oct 24, 2010 10:44:28 PM

  5. i have posted many times about obama not living up to his promises but qith off the wall statementr from the tea party repuks. they have to ne challenged by turning oit to vote can't sit on our hands as much as we should. to turn the country iver to the tea party haters is not the solution.can you image a country with likes of paul, sngile odonnell, paladino and the others and with john bronzer laeding us. the inmates will be back running the ayslum.
    the repoks keep forgetting they caused this prob;em no matter how dumb they want to play
    it. it may be had to do but cast your vote for the lesser of two evils but vote the repuks are counting on apathy to score big victories this is being posted by a life long repu. the party has gone from the party of lincoln,tr eo sarah palin god he;p them

    Posted by: walter | Oct 25, 2010 1:14:15 AM

  6. This "article" on "Angry Gays" is just a piece of self serving malarky that just achieves what the writer set out to prove.

    I have personally planned several standing room only events for Democrats (including Harry Reid) here in Las Vegas as Chairman of Stonewall Democrats of Southern Nevada. I have yet to run into these "Angry Gays" the author speaks of.


    Posted by: Derek Washington | Oct 25, 2010 3:18:47 AM

  7. To those Dem's who continue to push gay issues to the back burner because it "just isn't the right time" - please remember that there is no WRONG time to do the right thing. If you think that with a majority in both the house and the senate that it wasn't the right time to take action just exactly when would have been a better time. So, maybe once the tables are turned you'll find some backbone and get out in front of real issues that your supporters have elected you to do. Regardless of the results on Nov 2 the country will survive - we somehow managed to make it through 8 years of the incompetence of George W this this election will only slightly tilt the balance of power.

    Posted by: Ryan | Oct 25, 2010 9:12:04 AM

  8. The comments which you have attributed to the head of the Center on Halsted came from a maintenance worker at the same institution. Please correct. The ED was not interviewed in this article.

    Posted by: William | Oct 25, 2010 9:26:09 AM

  9. In the summary of the NPR story, you've miss-attributed a quote. You say it's from the "head of the Chicago LGBT center" but if you read the story, it's from a maintenance worker at the center. Big difference.

    Posted by: Greg | Oct 25, 2010 11:48:09 AM

  10. it's all coming back to Celine now!

    Posted by: David B. 2 | Oct 25, 2010 8:41:00 PM

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