News: Apple, Kellan Lutz, Myanmar, The Netherlands, Andy Cohen
Apple employees' "It Gets Better" video disappears and then reappears on Youtube.
A shirtless Kellan Lutz just might be the best thing about the upcoming movie Love Marriage Wedding.
Ben Cohen on his icon status in the gay community: I don't really see myself as a gay icon but I realize I have this huge following and it's growing every day."
Katy Perry hits up Coachella.
Gays in Myanmar seek Thai-like acceptance: "'It's not like Iran where they are killed, but gays are a strange story in this country.' Traditionally, the only area where non-heterosexuality has been openly embraced is the realm of "nat" or spirit worship, a form of animism that is intertwined with Myanmar's Buddhist beliefs."
Donald Trump tells Albany radio station: "I have a great relationship with the blacks. I've always had a great relationship with the blacks."
Andy Cohen was Grand Marshal at this year’s Miami Beach Gay pride parade.
Ten years after the introduction of marriage equality to the Netherlands: "A decade later, of the nearly 75,000 civil marriages that take place in the Netherlands each year, about 1,400 involve same-sex couples. Heterosexual couples did not turn away from the institution of marriage, nor did the world isolate my country. Civilization as we know it did not end. And, as far as I can tell, God did not punish the Netherlands."
Update on the controversy surrounding sheriff in Illinois who made "fag Jew boy" comment on Facebook: "The Schuyler County Board voted unanimously to mandate diversity training for all County department heads, employees and all members of the board."
Conservative politician and Queensland LNP leader Campbell Newman on marriage equality: "My personal views on [gay marriage] are I am for it but I don’t see myself changing the law, I won’t be pushing for that."
Fans boo Cee Lo for showing up late to a show at Coachella.