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News: David Beckham, Geraldine Ferraro, "Road Gay," Maryland

 road The first homesharing program for gays in the country opens at Chicago's Center on Halsted.

Ger road Geraldine Ferraro succumbs to cancer at the age of 75. 

 road Study claims that religion could go the way of the dodo in nine countries: Australia, Austria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Switzerland.

 road Ex-Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagen explains the definition of "road gay": "You're away from your wife and whatever, and I don't fuck around – but there are no women on the bus. All of a sudden, well, your bass player's got long black hair, he's wearing his little sister's pants, and out of the corner of your eye he looks like a hot chick. We call it 'road gay'. We don't actually act on it…"

 road Katie Couric could be out of the anchor desk at The CBS Evening News by June.

 road Radiation levels in seawater just off shore from Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant are 1,250 times higher than normal.

 road Story of the oldest NFL cheerleader (she joined the squad of the Cincinnati Bengals at 39) to get the Hollywood treatment.

Db  road David Beckham looking as fantastic as always.

 road Britney Spears performs a mini-concert (as in a three song set) in Las Vegas.

 road Bret Michaels sues the Tony Awards.

 road Man makes far-fetched claim that Parkinson’s disease drug turned him gay: "Didier Jambart, 52, started to expose himself on the Internet and seek sexual encounters with other men."

 road Maryland's Gender Identity Anti-Discrimination Act moves to the Senate: "The Maryland House of Delegates today passed the Gender Identity Anti-Discrimination Act (HB 235), which would prohibit discrimination in the areas of employment, housing and credit. The measure passed 86 to 52."

 road Protests break out in the streets of London.

 road Elizabeth Taylor's millions might go to her manager.

 road Not everyone thinks that Earth Hour (which takes place tonight) is a good idea.

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  1. It's disappointing to see this site driving traffic yet again to the servers of the Daily Mail, a rag with a long history of anti-gay pronouncements and scare stories about gay people. And for a political news item too, which from that source will always have a very biased right-wing slant.

    Seriously, Andy, if you were posting something about a march in Washington would you make a Fox News report your one-and-only link? Or would you try and find a more objective source? The BBC site has covered the London march in detail.

    Posted by: John C | Mar 26, 2011 3:39:14 PM


  2. hey steve...didier jambart is from france, not the uk

    Posted by: daftpunkydavid | Mar 26, 2011 4:22:59 PM


  3. Re Didier Jambart: that's actually a known side-effect of the drug that he's taking to manage the disease. While the drug doesn't "make" people anything (gay, sex addicts, compulsive gamblers -- to name the more notable conditions reported), what it does do in a percentage of people using it is to diminish or extinguish their impulse control. They wind up acting on urges or thoughts that all of us have, without the off-switch that the rest of us use to keep our behavior within the constraints of social norms.

    That his side-effect manifested with him "turning" gay is doubly sad because it indicates that he's actually been attracted to men all along, but has kept that element of his psyche totally shut away.

    Posted by: NaughtyLola | Mar 26, 2011 4:57:39 PM


  4. Thumbs up for Maryland. Thumbs down for London. RIP Ferraro.

    John C, your beloved BBC is FAR more biased than the Daily Mail.

    Posted by: Max | Mar 26, 2011 6:26:26 PM


  5. Why is the Guns n Roses bass player wearing his little sister's pants?

    Posted by: mrpeenee | Mar 26, 2011 7:16:25 PM


  6. Why in the hell are you linking to the Daily Mail? Why don't you just have us all send donations directly to Rupert Murdoch, Newt Gingrich and the Koch brothers?

    Posted by: Jacknasty | Mar 26, 2011 7:44:45 PM


  7. Re the demise of religion - not going to happen in a hurry in Australia when we have compulsory religious education in public schools(http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/backlash-as-god-forced-into-schools-20110326-1cb7c.html).

    Posted by: Frank | Mar 26, 2011 7:54:23 PM


  8. AS for Duff McKagan, I'd be a girl for him ANYTIME.

    Posted by: Danny | Mar 26, 2011 8:02:02 PM


  9. As to the way of the do-do, if only it would happen here...

    Posted by: Danny | Mar 26, 2011 8:04:33 PM


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