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RoadAn examination of Uganda's 'kill the gays' bill.

RoadAmericablog: GetEqual's backstory on the $1.4 million Obama LGBT fundraiser.

CasteelRoadSeth Casteel's underwater dogs.

RoadMeet the new most famous supermodel.

RoadAndrew Breitbart confronts Michelangelo Signorile at CPAC: "Turning around I see that Andrew Breitbart -- the conservative activist who later would go outside and call Occupy protesters 'filthy freaks' -- is pointing at me to a crowd of people. 'The devil is here -- and he's wearing Prada!'"

RoadWhat's LGBT in the 2013 White House budget? Find out HERE. And HERE are the budget appropriations for fighting HIVAIDS.

RoadMore than 4,000 sign new effort to remove Chick-fil-A from NYU campus.

RoadReward grows for information leading to arrest of gang members seen in video beating Atlanta gay teen: "Kasim Reed says the reward has been raised to $25,000 for information in the brutal beating of a gay man... each time the reward has been raised, more tips have come in."

RoadGeorge Clooney and Colin Firth hold hands at the BAFTAs.

Priscilla_lambertRoadAdam Lambert visits Priscilla on Broadway.

RoadVIDEO: Wendy Williams talks about Whitney Houston's death.

RoadThe 13 least gay-friendly countries in Europe.

RoadHouston Aeros player Justin Fontaine  suspended for 'Foo Faggots' tweet.

RoadA lesbian writes about her experiences being gay at Notre Dame: "We were accepted amongst our friends and things were fine. But stepping out of our comfort zone and walking down the quad holding hands, or sharing a kiss outside of a classroom - all those things that are accepted with heterosexual couples were completely taboo for us. We would get really intense stares while holding hands, some guys even chiding us. Girls would look with disgust."

RoadThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a close call at Heathrow Airport.

RoadShakira attacked by sea lion that wanted her BlackBerry.

RoadMiley Cyrus got a Rachel.

LightRoadWhen North Korea says 'lights out', they mean it.

RoadHappy Valentine's Day: untreatable gonorrhea is on the way.

RoadDemonstration planned outside Berlin's Russian embassy. "The demonstration has been organized on the very same day that the Legislative Assembly in Saint Petersburg will hold the third and final reading of the bill which seeks to prohibit so-called 'propaganda of sodomy, lesbianism, bisexuality and transgender among minors.'"

RoadChristopher Dallman: What is toxic to you?

RoadJimmy Kimmel reportedly earning $1-2 milllion a year from YouTube clips: "And Kimmel's success also seems to be deflating the idea that a web presence would drain away viewers of its TV counterpart: Kimmel's ABC show is the only major late-night program to see a year over year increase in viewership."

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  1. Unless I'm an idiot, which is entirely possible, the underwater dogs site shows about 5 pictures of dogs, and 4 are not underwater.

    The list of the least gay-friendly countries is inaccurate. Some are in Central Asia, and Turkey was perfectly gay-friendly to me. Sometimes laws stay on the books but aren't enforced---sound familiar?

    Posted by: Paul R | Feb 14, 2012 4:31:58 PM

  2. I'm shocked that Monaco is not gay-friendly. I always assumed it was one of the hottest spots in Europe to be gay, since it's so cosmopolitan. And why are countries like Latvia, Portugal and Poland not included?

    Posted by: Sarina | Feb 14, 2012 5:24:22 PM

  3. I'm sorry but I have no interest in a female supermodel who graces the cover of a homophobic and sexist magazine like Sports Illustrated.

    Posted by: jason | Feb 14, 2012 10:55:51 PM

  4. um, 13 least gay friendly countries in europe? i guess the editor was using his own less 'facty' definition of europe.

    Posted by: mld | Feb 14, 2012 10:58:01 PM

  5. I've long stopped reading americablog. It is to the left what fox is to the right. Of course we all want equality. Yes it's lame that obama is "evolving" but the bold move to banish dadt alone means he is far friendlier to glbt community than any of the republicans running for his job. Is this really the time to be decisive? the right is doing a shockingly good job at tearing each other apart so no man stands at the end of their process. I have a hunch that if Obama gets in, he'll come around. But really, things are moving forward for equality, in fact, if the economy was doing as well as we are as a community I think he'd get a lot more clout to push our social agenda. So no, no love from me from these impatient groups who think naively that change can occur without appreciating the bigger political picture. Makes me wonder, if we as a community are more concerned about marriage equality or job creation? If you don't have a job you're not going to have a very nice wedding.

    Posted by: dms | Feb 15, 2012 12:21:06 AM

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