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Road Michelangelo Signorile speaks with recently-out NY radio host Jared Max.

RoadAre Republicans holding out on legislation to repeal D.C.'s marriage equality law so they can attach it to a larger piece of must-pass legislation?

Bladwin RoadFirst look: Alec Baldwin in film adaptation of Broadway musical Rock of Ages.

RoadThe Gerbers are head-turners.

RoadElton John urges Florida Governor Rick Scott to protect program for low-income AIDS patients: "A proposed change would lower the income eligibility for the program and potentially make it unavailable for as many as 1,600 people."

RoadHumpback whale washes up at Island Beach State Park in NJ.

RoadJustin Timberlake on Britney Spears: “I wish her the best—that goes without saying. We haven’t spoken in 9 or 10 years.”

RoadGay Irish presidential candidate David Norris now target of Westboro Baptist Church.

RoadHerb Sosa, president of Unity Coalition, Miami-Dade County's leading Hispanic gay-rights group, calls for end to Urban Weekend in South Beach following vandalism, violence: "It has nothing to do with racism. It's a lack of respect for the city they're visiting. It's as simple as that. This morning, there were six cars parked on my block with their mirrors ripped off, their antennas ripped off. The suggestion that this is a racist issue ... is absolutely ridiculous."

Marlon RoadMarlon Teixeira hams it up for Terry Richardson on Ipanema Beach.

RoadVirginia's annual Out in the Park celebration moves to Norfolk Town Point Park.

RoadRoseanne Barr in talks to guest star in Chelsea Handler comedy on NBC.

RoadKKK member running for Montana legislature.

RoadHouston bigot Dave Wilson starts sending out anti-gay flyers attacking Mayor Annise Parker again: "I realize that some of you support Ms. Parker’s alternative lifestyle and agree with her promoting the homosexual agenda. But to those of you who do not, I would ask you to help me stop the promoting of the homosexual lifestyle in Houston."

RoadNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie rides State Police helicopter to son's baseball game, then takes tinted limo 100 yards to the field. "During the 5th inning, Christie and First Lady Mary Pat Christie got into the car, rode back to the helicopter and left the game. During a pitching change, play was stopped for a couple of minutes while the helicopter took off."

RoadLISTEN: Beyonce's next single "The Best Thing I Never Had".

Madge RoadArjan: Madonna's "Get Together" gets a 2011 revival.

RoadMadge wears Duchess of Windsor's jewels to Oprah salute.

RoadGeorgia court upholds gay doctor's murder conviction.

RoadPat Robertson: "If you oppose Muslims, well, what is said? Well, you're a bigot, right? Terrible bigotry. I wonder what were people who opposed the Nazis. Were they bigots?"

RoadTed Haggard makes cameo in Christian pro-abstinence comedy.

RoadInsurance company says Tennessee lesbian couple burned own home: "Carole Ann Stutte and Jean Stutte of Vonore filed a lawsuit in February, claiming a former neighbor was responsible for the September 2010 fire. The suit claims Janice Millsaps caused the blaze and seeks $880,000 for the loss of the home and the value of the property plus pain and suffering...The Stuttes said they received threats shortly before the fire and said a derogatory reference to homosexuals was spray-painted on their garage. They were out of town when they received a call that their home was on fire."

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  1. Anyone who has visited South Beach lately can tell you it has become a truly frightening place, and not just on special weekends.

    Posted by: blatherer | Jun 1, 2011 5:13:09 PM

  2. Once again Montana makes the news!

    Posted by: Mark Sweeney | Jun 1, 2011 9:36:10 PM

  3. The Montana Human Rights Network link you have is from the last time the guy ran for the legislature in 2002. Sad to say but it isn't the 1st time a Klansman has run for office in Montana and probably won't be the last. Thank God for groups like MHRN!

    Posted by: Mark Sweeney | Jun 1, 2011 9:37:27 PM

  4. Pat Robertson is certainly a great source of perspective on bigotry.

    Posted by: Paul R | Jun 1, 2011 10:18:27 PM

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