News: Antarctica, Gisele Bundchen, Patriots, Miley Cyrus, Dyncorp

RoadHomophobia endemic in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan

DrillingRoadScientists drilling in Antarctica reach subglacial lake isolated from the rest of the world for 20 million years.

RoadGisele Bundchen throws shade at Tom Brady's receivers: "My husband cannot f**king throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can't believe they dropped the ball so many times."

RoadUK government warns of increase in mouth cancer from two glasses of wine: "The adverts will say that those who regularly drink six units in a day double their chance of high blood pressure and triple the risk of developing mouth cancer."

RoadMilitary contractor Dyncorp adopts LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination policy.

RoadFrancis Bean Cobain's sad testimony about Courtney Love: "(Love) has taken drugs for as long as I can remember. She basically exists now on…Xanax, Adderall, Sonata and Abilify, sugar and cigarettes. She rarely eats… She often falls asleep in her bed while she is smoking, and I am constantly worried that she will start a fire (which she has done at least three times) that will threaten our lives."

RoadNow You See Me: Mark Ruffalo shoots in New Orleans.

MorelosRoadRafael Morelos, a gay teen in Wenatchee, Washington commits suicide after being bullied. "He was tired of people saying that his little brothers would follow in his footsteps and be gay too."

RoadNeil Patrick Harris and David Burtka refuse to 'baby talk' their twins: "My parents always talked to my brother and myself like we were regular people and not babies. So I don't talk down to them in baby talk. I try to talk to them even though they can't speak the language yet."

RoadVows: John Banta and Daniel O'Donnell.

RoadLISTEN: Sam Sparro's new track "The Shallow End".

RoadJamaican gay rights activist discusses gang rape of lesbians at London talk: “When we find out about these cases (involving gay women), they are usually so horrible that they rise up to the level of having to be reported. There was one instance where a gang of four men raped a lesbian because they said she was ‘taking over all good looking women.' They cut her genitals, so she could ‘better take men’ because ‘that is why she was a lesbian’."

RoadTumblr: Bearded boys with cats. (via omg)

RoadMale model fix: Alfred Kovac.

Light_gronkowskiRoadNew England Patriots' Matt Light and Rob Gronkowski drown Super Bowl sorrows with some shirtless dancing.

RoadGOP Congressman from Louisiana Jon Fleming cites Onion article about abortion factory as fact.

RoadJoe Manganiello and Josh Bowman beefed up Rolling Stone's Super Bowl party.

RoadBroward-based author/activist Deon Davis, whose teenage son Rashad came out publicly in 2009, writes open letter to One Million Moms condemning them for telling JC Penney to fire Ellen DeGeneres. "I am appalled to see your protest of hate, for One Million Moms Organization to take a stand against a human being that is an abiding citizen, a leader in her community, a role model, a philanthropist and at best a married woman is a form of hatred and discrimination."

RoadMiley Cyrus speaks out for LGBT equality in Glamour: "I believe every American should be allowed the same rights and civil liberties. Without legalized same-sex marriage, most of the time you cannot share the same health benefits, you are not considered next of kin and you are not granted the same securities as a heterosexual couple. How is this different than having someone sit in the back of the bus because of their skin color?"


  1. Michael Bedwell says

    Unfortunately, within the well-intentioned, moving story about the personal love and public advocacy for equality of Mr. O’Donnell and Mr. Banta, the article’s author, a sometime NYT “education reporter” and despite a Harvard degree demonstrates how stupid she is about the topic, giving the Old Gray Lady Alzheimer’s in the process. QUOTE—”But in 1978, all of that was beyond unthinkable: That an openly gay man could be voted into office. That two men would be able to one day marry.” Gay elected officials and marriage equality were deep in the thoughts of many LONNNNNNNNG before 1978. Out Jose Sarria ran for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1961. Out Frank Kameny ran for Congress in 1971. Out Jim Owles ran for the New York City Council in 1973. And…wait for it…drum roll…Harvey Milk was elected in 1977. Rev. Troy Perry “wed” a gay male couple in 1969, and filed a lawsuit for marriage equality in California the next year, while, in Minnesota, Jack Baker and Michael McConnell applied for a marriage license, were denied, and filed a similar lawsuit. In 1971, their relationship and legal fight were profiled in a special issue of then-major mainstream magazine Look about “The American Family.” That same year, as documented in the video at the link below, Gay Activists Alliance of New York zapped the city marriage license bureau because its chief was threatening to try to have a local minister prosecuted for “marrying” gay couples. Again, this is meant to take nothing from the O’Donnell-Bantas, and I accept that the author meant well. But good intentions never excuse lazy ignorance in someone paid to write facts nor their cavalier erasing of the lives of courageous pioneers upon whose shoulders we all stand—or are carried in chairs. Thank you.​_OTw9A7MiKc

  2. melvin says

    The Morelos family is not well off and is having trouble paying funeral expenses. Please consider helping them out with a check made out to Rafael Morelos Benefit Account and mail it to

    Cashmere Valley Bank
    P O Box G
    Cashmere WA 98815

    or you can deposit in person at CVB branches in Yakima, Ellensburg, and Wenatchee.

    This is in my back yard now, just as it is everywhere else.

  3. StayClassyNYC says

    Gisele was also saying that in response to a bunch of typical New York fans yelling idiotic comments at her. While certainly she’d have been better off simply ignoring the trashballs, she made a valid point. Tom Brady wasn’t throwing poorly last night. But without Gronkowski healthy enough to do all the catching like he’s done all season, there were too many drops.

  4. RoseMarie says

    Say whatever you want about Miley Cirus…she’s done unbelievable amount of work for LGBT and our lgbt kids. From fundraisers, to outreach programs, to getting a freakin tatto on her hands that reads “all love is equal” for gay rights. c’mon now. that girl represents and has a good heart! the Christians don’t want her to grow up and want her to be this prestine little 14 year old- no. that’s not natural to act like a school girl as an adult. Miley’s doing her thing!

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