News: Mr. Gay USA, Art, James Blunt, The Vatican
Europe's oldest gay gay and lesbian film festival, which has been around for 25 years, will run from November 27 - December 5.
Mr. Columbia, SC crowned Mr. Gay USA.
Members of the Campaign Against Homophobia beaten after his arrest by Polish police.
Ryan Gosling is a mama's boy.
Members of the Westboro Baptist Church failed to show up for a previously announced protest of a production of The Laramie Project in Santa Ana, CA. That might have had something to do with the tires on their bus being slashed.
James Blunt thinks he saved us all from World War 3.
Hate on campus at community college in Oregon: "a poster at an Albany community college that contained hateful words about gays and lesbians was fraudulently attributed to the college's diversity center in an apparent protest of the center's sponsorship of a gay-rights film."
What makes Rev. Gene Robinson an effective leader is the way that he has dealt with his struggles in life.
Gay Top Chef contestant Dale Levitski talks about life after the show.
First openly gay fraternity comes to Indiana University.
Smithsonian art exhibition titled "Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture," is the "first major museum exhibition to focus on sexual difference in the making of modern American portraiture."
Openly gay Briton detained in Syria, where he runs a shop with a shrine dedicated to Oscar Wilde.
Robert Pattinson goes for a dip in his skivvies.
The woman whose voice you hear on the subway train has never actually ridden the subway since she started that job.
The Vatican has banned an Irish Catholic priest from writing after he called homosexuality “simply a facet of the human condition."