News: Kisha Hoffman, In-N-Out, Andy Warhol, The Killers, Poland
Teen charged for posting "gay-free zone" stickers in East London in February. "He is Mohammed Hasnath, an 18-year-old from Blackwall, charged with a public order offence between February 11 and 14 at locations including Bow Church DLR station, two in Whitechapel and one on a bus."
Andy-mania: Bidding war breaks out at Christie's to the tune of $38.4 million.
Watch: Tears shed for In-N-Out burger.
Brazil to air first lesbian kiss on soap opera: "The much publicized kiss was supposed to air last night on a program called “Love and Revolution”, but the show’s writer, Tiago Santiago, said he decided to push it back a day to attract more viewers."
Ben Smith: Jon Huntsman looked forward to gay equality in letter. “Let’s hope that someday — all people are seen as equal under the laws of our land. With very best wishes — Jon.”
Roseville, CA settles anti-gay bias lawsuit for $490K.
Drag queens attacked in Liverpool's gay quarter: "ell-known in the gay community as a street entertainer, is recovering from a broken jaw after she was knocked out by a man who punched her in the face in the early hours of Friday morning."
Just Jared has a preview of Beyonce's new album.
"Fukushima plate" detects radiation in food.
Gay student transfers out of Messiah College in Pennsylvania: "A few weeks ago, he found his replacement ID cut into pieces and covered in urine. .. 'I’ve had a professor who actually called me an abomination in class,' Thomas said."
The Killers are in the studio again: 'Piles of songs...'
The National Enquirer fishes for a gay story on Michael C. Hall.
Poland waives visa requirements for Russians visiting for Pride: "Ukrainians, Russians and Belarusians who want to take part in the Warsaw gay pride march this June will be allowed to enter Poland without paying the obligatory visa fee. Poland's Foreign Ministry has already told the organisers of the event that such a pledge will be honoured. The openess to those wanting to attend the gay pride march is in contrast with a few years ago, when the then president of Poland, the late Lech Kaczynski, banned a similar event in the capital, which led to accusations of official-level homophobia in Poland." Then, it denies it.
Alleged Joe Jonas album leak angers fans.
Kisha Hoffman, who with her sister Jen won The Amazing Race, talks about being a lesbian, which was never mentioned on the show.
Texas A&M conservatives claim Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center's sex seminar showed pornographic video. Video.
Cost of Libya operation so far: $750 million.
A gallery of NHL play-off beards.
SJP auditioning for 'Hair'.
Inside Brad Goreski's NYC hotel room.
The London Evening Standard interviews gay author Richard Mason: "I've always felt my own sexuality quite intensely and known it's important for me to square what it is with the outside world. I remember thinking I'd come from a colonial, homophobic background and Eton was just the same. I was an outsider at this posh English school and spent my adolescence trying to figure out how to fit into this crazy world. I never got up to anything there myself but I later discovered that the most homophobic boys were always the ones having sex with the other boys."