News: Elijah Wood, The Meat Rack, Prom Kings, Maria Shriver
Terrifying report details last moments of Air France Flight 447.
Facebook posts from people who believe that The Onion is conveying real news.
Oh, hello. It's Sean Hayes in his Three Stooges costume!
Guess who keeps pot brownies in her freezer?
Off-duty law enforcement officer beats man unconscious in Cork Ireland for wearing a "gay shirt": "An independent witness told the court that Mr Murphy was 'knocked clean off his feet' after receiving a blow to the face from Mr Foley following the statement, and suffering a broken nose, broken bones, broken teeth and bleeding on the brain from the incident."
Focus on the Family breaks wind.
NY Senator Ruben Diaz attacks Mayor Bloomberg: "It was disturbing today to hear Mayor Michael Bloomberg trivialize the suffering and agony of African Americans during the slave era by comparing it to the push to legalize homosexual marriage."
Museum of Censored Art, which was formed in reaction to the Smithsonian's censorship of David Wojanarowicz, receives award from the American Library Association.
Vanity Fair discovers Grindr.
Jude Law looking wet and scrumptious in Cannes.
Everything you need to know about Fire Island's Meat Rack.
Elijah Wood to play "saucy gay friend" in new Rashida Jones romantic comedy. "The script, by Jones and Will McCormack, follows a couple (Jones and Samberg) in the midst of a divorce attempting to maintain their friendship while pursuing new relationships."
Obama signs extension of Patriot Act with autopen from France.
CNN: Gay people in danger in 'Arab Spring' uprisings. "One gay American who recently left Syria, where he had been working for several years, said the unrest had made life more dangerous for gay people. The man, who spoke to CNN on condition of anonymity, said: 'It has caused even more skepticism and paranoia for the gay population -- just another reason to be harassed and checked.'"
Gay couple crowned prom king and queen in Sanford, Maine. "Senior Christian Nelsen was crowned queen and his boyfriend Caleb Jett won the title as king."
Michele Bachmann under fire from Iowa Republicans for Skype-ing in to benefit.
Andrew Kirtzman, "mayor" of Fire Island: “I see myself as kind of a guardian of the culture of the Pines."
Wrestler and straight ally Hudson Taylor talks to David Mixner: "My concept of gender identity is based around the assumption that gender is performative. As a wrestler and coach I grew up being taught that as a heterosexual athlete I had to act, dress, and live according to a very strict masculine gender script. It wasn't until my interest in the arts that I began to understand that gender didn't have to be so binary after all. It has been that realization that has allowed me to be truer to myself and remains a major reason why I try to challenge heterosexism and homophobia."