News: Montenegro, Brian Brown, Space Shuttle, Elton John

Road Air France Flight 447 cockpit data recorder information recovered

RoadMinnesota Democrats introduce "largely symbolic" bill to repeal state's DOMA.

Cheapdivorce RoadPhoto of the day: National Organization For Marriage president, meet Bronx Fence for Cheap Divorce.

RoadYou know a film has really touched people when it gets an "ugly, animalistic" boo.

RoadAttacker of trans woman at McDonald's charged with hate crime: "Teonna Brown, of the 2000 block of Kelbourne Rd., now faces one count of first-degree assault, three counts of second-degree assault, plus the newly-filed hate crime charge. She remains held without bond since her April 25 arrest."

RoadAnother lesbian killing in South Africa?

RoadStudy: Prostate cancer tougher on gay men.

RoadPhoenix Suns President and COO Rick Welts on aftermath of announcement that he's gay: "My phone is blowing up…The outreach has been amazing. I've been hearing from families, friends. The emails have been uniformly positive."

RoadWatch: Shia LeBoeuf and Ellen DeGeneres discuss his bar fight.

RoadMontenegro's first Gay Pride parade postponed: "This came because the state bodies did not exhibit commitment and professionalism in the organization of the event, the organizing committee announced on Tuesday."

Ndeavourtrail RoadSpace shuttle Endeavour launch, from airplane, via Twitter. And video. And here's another great amateur plane video.

RoadAtlanta police hold male prostitution sting: "The arrests of 50 alleged male hookers along corridors long known for gay sex for sale—Cypress Street near Peachtree Street, as well as Ponce de Leon Avenue—came as the Atlanta Police Department notched 79 arrests in a days-long sting that ended Sunday."

RoadBjork's new album cover?

RoadManchester UK police department raises rainbow flag against homophobia.

RoadElton John meets with British PM David Cameron to discuss HIV rates: "The private meeting was held at Downing Street and John also met international development secretary Andrew Mitchell, whose department has worked with the EJAF on projects around the world. According to the department, the meeting looked at the role of the EJAF and the government’s commitment to tackling HIV rates. John announced the meeting in March, saying he would discuss how his foundation and the government could work together."

RoadYabba Dabba Don't: Seth Macfarlane announces reboot of The Flintstones.

RoadGwen Stefani's Cannes look is bananas.

Skarsgard RoadAlexander Skarsgard offers his sexiness for a GQ cover story. The story.

RoadJoe Jonas offers a look at the artwork for his upcoming single.

RoadThe NYT covers Jim McGreevey's path to the priesthood: "The man who once admitted to having sold his soul to his ambition (his own phrase) decided that his true calling was to minister to people he knew best, from personal experience: people who hated themselves."

RoadRehoboth Beach code enforcement officials harassing gay businesses.

RoadNorth Carolina conservatives holding rally today in support of amendment banning same-sex marriage.

RoadBear burlesque group 'Furrlesque' to perform in Chicago: “FurrLesque” — a burlesque-style show featuring 14 guys who identify as bears, cubs, otters, wolves and even a honey badger — takes audiences on a journey through the lives of these hirsute gay men as they navigate the Boystown nightlife scene.

Posted May 17, 2011 at 1:45pm ETC by Andy Towle
in Julie Bindel