News: Davy Jones, Trevor Project, Lindsay Lohan, Mr. Gay World

RoadMonkees lead singer Davy Jones dies of heart attack at 66.

RoadVote on Tennessee's 'Don't Say Gay' bill delayed for at least three weeks.

KarofskyRoadTrevor Project sees record web traffic after Glee gay suicide episode.

RoadWatch Lindsay Lohan's SNL promos.

RoadWashington Governor Chris Gregoire apologizes for long personal journey on marriage equality: "I apologize that it took me so long. I feel better about my head and my heart than I have in seven years. But it took me time. I regret that it took me that much time, but it just did."

RoadU.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) backs marriage equality plank in DNC platform.

RoadSenate Democrats condemn Republican obstruction of judicial nominees, including gay nominee Michael Fitzgerald.

RoadNortheastern University denies Chick-fil-a a spot on campus over donations to anti-gay groups: "SGA Executive Vice President Will Pett told The Huntington News the 'administration wanted the Senate to pass a resolution before next week’s spring break so the issue could be resolved immediately.' He then brought it up as 'emergency business' — which required two-thirds majority to pass — and the senate decided not bring the eatery to campus."

RoadZachary Quinto and Benedict Cumberbatch face off on set of Star Trek 2.

RoadBroke with Expensive Taste: Azealia Banks to release debut album in September.

MittflopsRoadMitt-Flops: This summer's Republican footwear.

RoadActress Sophia Bush speaks out for marriage equality: "When we’re talking about the ’60s, when my best friend couldn’t drink out of the same water fountain as I can because his skin is a different color than me … now, you’re talking about a different best friend of mine who can’t get married even though I could get married seven times in my life and he can’t do that because he is a different sexual orientation than me?! That’s absolutely a civil rights issue."

RoadMaine Senator Olympia Snowe won't seek reelection. Neither will California closet case Congressman David Dreier.

RoadNational Association of Theatre Owners threatens The Weinstein Company's Bully movie: "In the letter, NATO president and CEO John Fithian said he would 'have no choice but to encourage my theater owner members to treat unrated movies from The Weinstein Company in the same manner as they treat unrated movies from anyone else. In most cases, that means enforcement as though the movies were rated NC-17 — where no one under the age of 18 can be admitted even with accompanying parents or guardians.'” Trailer.

RoadZac Efron is big in Brazil.

FrancoRoadJames Franco covers GQ Style Germany.

RoadChart: Family Equality Council vs. Family Research Council.

RoadLGBT alums of Bob Jones University have their own website.

RoadResentment at West bolsters Uganda anti-homosexuality bill.

RoadAfrica's first gay billboard (for Mr. Gay World) unveiled.

RoadFLASHBACK: Newt Gingrich asked to ban Liz Taylor's 'Obsession' perfume.

RoadZambian leaders express anger at UN directive to respect the rights of LGBT people: "Law Associations of Zambia vice-president Martin Musaluke argued that it was unattainable to recognise gay rights, because homosexuality was prohibited in the country and people convicted of the offence were liable to face stiff punishment. 'Having sexual intercourse with a person of the same gender is considered to be an act against the order of nature,' Mr Musaluke said."

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  1. I guess David Drier will do what all closeted gay Republican politicians who help draft anti-gay legislation do once they leave office: come out.

    Posted by: Thunderboltfan | Feb 29, 2012 4:36:57 PM


  2. So the National Organization of Theater Owners sides with the bullies.

    I cannot find their members list, but the non-members list is probably shorter and easier, so let's have that. I will not patronize theaters that throw their support behind bullies.

    The MPAA has had a long history of bullying, particularly against gay-interest films and audiences. But to bully kids? It's gone too far this time.

    It's time for the censorious monopolies of MPAA and NATO to end.

    Posted by: Randy | Feb 29, 2012 4:40:16 PM


  3. the MPAA ratings board is preposterous, and everyone should see the doc "this film is not yet rated"

    violence? a-ok. women giving oral sex? a-ok.
    male nudity? a woman receiving oral sex? THINK ABOUT THE CHILDREN!!!!!

    it's ridiculous. from the film Whale Rider nearly getting an R-rating (due to a marijuana pipe in the background of one scene) to the Breakfast Club getting an R because of "adult situations" that every damned teen knows about...well..it's just stupid.

    a group of imbeciles who sit around deciding what will harm society and what won't from an archaic mindset.

    context means nothing to these plebes. a film about bullying, an important documentary, and they're doing all they can to make sure the people who need to see it CAN'T see it.

    *puke*

    Posted by: Little Kiwi | Feb 29, 2012 4:51:32 PM


  4. What, what? Star Trek ... 2?

    No.

    Star Trek II is The Wrath of Khan, the only Star Trek movie anyone cared about for a long time.

    This sequel will be Star Trek 12, whatever universe it is set in.

    If they have any sense for their Trekker fan base, they will have already stopped calling it Star Trek 2.

    Posted by: Randy | Feb 29, 2012 4:51:51 PM


  5. I think Newt was laughing at the lady because he knew that Obsession was by Calvin Klein and not Elizabeth Taylor!

    Posted by: frank | Feb 29, 2012 11:39:48 PM


  6. I think last week's episode of GLEE was one of the best yet. They've packed a lot of story into a short amount of time and shared a lot of messages that today's youth need to hear. So glad the Trevor Project got a little publicity, too. http://wp.me/p1se8R-1t

    Posted by: DiatribesAndOvationsTo | Mar 1, 2012 9:46:15 AM


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