News: Henry Cavill, Moldova, HPV Vaccine, Strawberries, Cyndi Lauper
Gay Air Force Academy grads adopt higher profile post-DADT.
Columbia Law School clinic secures asylum for gay Mauritanian refugee.
Henry Cavill's Man of Steel strikes again.
Gay Navy veteran to reenlist: "Lee Reinhart, 38, was kicked out of the Coast Guard in 2002 for being gay, about three years after completing a four-year stint in the Navy without being confronted about his sexual orientation."
Mark Wahlberg is once again flaunting his beef.
Advisory panel recommends HPV vaccine for boys: "Tuesday's vote by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices' was the first to strongly recommend routine vaccination for boys since the vaccine was first approved for them two years ago. Officials acknowledged the low rate in girls encouraged them to take a new, hard look."
Malaysian Islamic Party calls for ban on Elton John concert: "It's not good. In Islam homosexuality is forbidden. What he is doing is hedonism. Hedonism is not good in Islam."
Adam Lambert enjoys a romantic meal with his boyfriend.
James Franco covers Vman.
Gay comic Billy Eichner to host man-on-the-street Funny or Die trivia game show for Fuse network.
Commonwealth Secretary General Kamalesh Sharma backs LGBT rights: "The Commonwealth has been the focus of world wide attention by activists for the issue of discrimination against LGBT people to be discussed for the first time at CHOGM this year. Much of the lobbying has focused on Sharma."
Harry Shum Jr. shows off what he couldn't as a silhouette in one of the first iPod ads.
Cyndi Lauper plans benefit concert for True Colors Fund: "She’s announced a very artist friendly roster including Norah Jones, Amy Lee, Rosie O’Donnell, Wanda Sykes, Carson Kressley, Chely Wright, Skylar Grey, Vanessa Carlton, Angelique Kidjo, Harvey Fierstein, Deluka, Debbie Harry, Alan Cumming and Clay Aiken."
David Mixner: Five questions for Judith Light.
Jerry Maguire's Jonathan Lipnicki is 21.
Man thought murdered by John Wayne Gacy found alive and living in Florida: "Before dawn Tuesday, the family was reunited, with Wayne Lovell getting off a Greyhound bus and stepping into the embrace of his sister and brother, an unexpected yet happy ending to their lengthy quest."
Uganda's anti-homosexuality bill is back.
Defendants in Atlanta Piedmont Park gay bashing plead guilty for reduced charges. Victim shows mercy: “I am a gay man. I am also a pastor, a brother, an uncle. I want you to know that. I also would like to know more about your stories. My heart breaks for your families and you all. I harbor no ill will. In a weird way, I care about you all.”
HRC: Paul Cameron spreading anti-gay lies in Moldova. "During a press event in Moldova today, Cameron repeated some of his most vicious and false remarks about gay people, including likening homosexuality to pedophilia. Cameron said: 'While no one can say precisely how dangerous a homosexual teacher is; no one can say exactly how dangerous a homosexual priest is; it is clear that they are many, many more times dangerous to their charges – to the children they oversee … whoever is pushing this thing [non-discrimination legislation] wants to sprinkle homosexuals throughout your society.'"