News: Shirley Maclaine, High Line, Taylor Kitsch

RoadShirley Maclaine to join Downton Abbey.

RoadGroup opposing Minnesota marriage amendment has raised $1.2 million: "Minnesotans United for All Families raised the money last year from more than 5,100 people. The information is in the group's campaign finance report, which is due Tuesday but was provided early to some local media." PPP poll: Voters split.

HighlineRoadBehind the Bushes: There's a secret 'homo history' of NYC's High Line park and its co-founders Joshua David and Robert Hammond will be discussing it on February 7. "Josh and Robert will also share stories of old Chelsea, legendary Roxy parties, and the adventures they had stumbling through the worlds of art, celebrity, government, design, and entertainment as they set about transforming the High Line."

RoadRuPaul Drag Race's Sharon Needles: 'Bitch is like a Real Housewife of Silent Hill'.

RoadNathaniel Rogers takes apart the new Vanity Fair Hollywood cover.

RoadTaylor Kitsch: big in Japan.

RoadSix former NJ governors now on record supporting marriage equality: "As for the six former governors now on record supporting gay marriage, the one caveat is with Republican Christie Todd Whitman. Spokeswoman Heather Grizzle told NBC New York that Whitman's position is more "nuanced" because Whitman doesn't believe government should be defining who is married and who is not. She said that Whitman believes government should simply issue some sort of document for legal purposes to couples, whether they are homosexual or heterosexual."

RoadSpoilers: Madonna's Super Bowl stage, setlist.

RoadVIDEO: Brad Goreski talks about falling out with Rachel Zoe.

Protest_senatmuRoadHundreds plan protest of Archbishop of York Dr. John Sentamu for his remarks over the weekend. "Dr Sentamu, currently abroad, said he supported civil partnerships but said it was not for the Government to overturn history and to redefine 'clear social structures' by allowing gay marriage."

RoadKansas LGBT group asks lawmakers to decriminalize sodomy: "Members of the Kansas Equality Coalition planned to testify Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is considering a bill making other technical changes to state criminal statutes...The Kansas coalition has been trying ever since to get legislators to repeal the Kansas sodomy law on grounds that it cannot be enforced."

RoadSLDN expresses concern over new Pentagon program's failure to protect same-sex partners: "The SAPR program's eligibility is limited to those 'military dependents' who are 'eligible for treatment in the military healthcare system,' which a lawyer with SLDN says is limited to federally recognized spouses, parents, siblings or children of the servicemember or parents, siblings or children of the a servicemember's federally recognized spouse."

RoadDonald Trump exploring third party bid?

RoadVIDEO: True Blood's Season 5 gets its first preview.

OutserveRoadThe new DADT: Outserve's Katie Miller talks to transgender service members.

RoadLow IQ and conservative beliefs linked to prejudice.

RoadReligious Right activist Gordon Klingenschmitt prays that more Christians will boycott Home Depot: "Almighty God, we pray many more Christians will boycott Home Depot, who wrote a letter this week to the American Family Association saying they will continue sponsoring Homosexual Pride parades, and encouraging employees to dress in Home Depot aprons while marching in parades that defile children and promote sodomite sin."

RoadL.A. school teacher arrested, charged with horrific lewd acts: "Investigators recovered photos from the processor and Berndt's home that allegedly showed the young students bound and blindfolded and some with large Madagascar cockroaches crawling on them inside the school setting."

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  1. Downton Abbey is my fav. series at the moment. I adore Maggie Smith, so funny and witty. I like the entire cast and story lines.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Jan 31, 2012 3:43:30 PM


  2. "Whitman believes government should simply issue some sort of document for legal purposes to couples, whether they are homosexual or heterosexual."

    It already does issue such a document. It's called a MARRIAGE LICENSE. And it should issue them to all couples.

    Posted by: KevinVT | Jan 31, 2012 3:46:01 PM


  3. "Whitman believes government should simply issue some sort of document for legal purposes to couples, whether they are homosexual or heterosexual."

    It already does issue such a document. It's called a MARRIAGE LICENSE. And it should issue them to all couples.

    Posted by: KevinVT | Jan 31, 2012 3:46:02 PM


  4. Several things about the school teacher story puzzle me. Having pictures "processed?" Um, what year is it? I don't think it's even possible to find film processors in the L.A. area. Ok, even assuming it's referring to having your digital files burned to disc by an outside vendor, why on earth would anyone take their self-inflicted child-bondage-porn photos to an outside vendor? Why not just jump in front of a train, or would you really so much rather be killed by a shiv in prison?

    Next, how come not one of these kids complained to their parents or any other authority figure? Possibly I could believe kids bought it as a game if they were blindfolded and asked to taste a gooey substance. But what about the kids who were also gagged with duct tape (and then covered with cockroaches)? Not one kid thought this was something to discuss with his parents? Really?

    Too many things about this story don't pass my smell test.

    Posted by: Zlick | Jan 31, 2012 7:52:33 PM


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