News: John Boehner, Mississippi, David Beckham, Pope Francis
Sunday at 7: candelight vigil in Times Square for marriage equality.
Even FOX News' poll has marriage equality winning across the nation.
Boehner on DOMA defense: “In our system of government, the administration doesn’t get to decide what’s constitutional. The Supreme Court does. Our financing the lawsuit was to make sure that the proper forum was used to make sure that we know what’s constitutional and what isn’t.”
David Beckham rocks some super-tight trousers.
Transgender teacher kills herself after being mocked in Daily Mail article: "Lucy Meadows was a teacher. Born male, Lucy transitioned to female later in life, a process that was supported by her employers. Writing at the Daily Mail—one of Britain's largest-circulation newspapers—Richard Littlejohn publicly denounced her in terms usually reserved for child abusers. Not long afterward, Meadows killed herself."
Joe Jonas denies existence of sex tape.
Unity Ticket LOLs: "It's one of the great untold stories of the 2012 presidential campaign, a tale of ego and intrigue that nearly upended the Republican primary contest and might even have produced a different nominee: As Mitt Romney struggled in the weeks leading up to the Michigan primary, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum nearly agreed to form a joint "Unity Ticket" to consolidate conservative support and topple Romney."
Fundraiser for trans activist Kate Bornstein, who has been diagnosed with cancer.
Mississippi lesbian high school student bullied by teacher: "The teacher had divided the class into 2 teams -- boys versus girls -- for a trivia game, Holmes said, but she called on the tomboy-looking teen to sit alone in the middle."
Dan Choi trial to resume March 28: "The trial, which began in August 2011, has been on hold for more than a year over procedural disputes. The prosecutor initiated a highly unusual procedure known as a Writ of Mandamus that successfully overturned a ruling by the judge allowing Choi’s attorneys to argue that Choi was targeted for 'selective' and 'vindictive' prosecution."
Now Norman Reedus is hanging out with puppies.
Milo Ventimiglia gets bitten.
New Edition's Johnny Gill is "150,000 percent heterosexual". "In some strange way, it was kinda like some kinda lesson that was learned. I mean, we used to all sit around laughing and making gay jokes. As I got older and realized it was like hey, that's not cool."
Colorado civil unions officially take effect May 1.
Neil Patrick Harris at the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center Icon Awards...
Former Blue boybander Duncan James talks about sexuality: "I wanted to still be kind of known as 'Duncan James from Blue, the heartthrob'. The ladies' man. If anybody ever used to say anything about me - 'I think he's gay' - I would get this panic inside me."
GOP chair Reince Priebus tries to appeal to gay voters by bragging about his "great marriage".
Is Pope Francis secretly pro-gay? "Why, then, did Bergoglio rail against gays in such a bigoted way after he was unsuccessful in getting support for civil unions? Because one doesn't become pope by doing otherwise. The country was about to pass the marriage equality bill, and Bergoglio was publicly showing the Vatican and the world that he'd go to the mat, organizing marches and railing against gays."