Towleroad Talking Points: Gay-Spotting

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Awww! Lil' Biebs fell down and got hurt! 


A look back at today's top stories


As President in 1996, Bill Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act into law. Yesterday he announced that he has had a change of heart and called on the Supreme Court to strike the law down. Better late than never. Richard Socarides, who was Clinton's aide in '96, attempts to explain why the former President signed the bill in the first place. And activist David Mixner sat down with MSNBC to discuss what the reversal means and if Clinton is attempting to rewrite history. 




It seems Cyndi Lauper clearly did not enjoy her time with "The Donald" on Celebrity Apprentice. She recently told Next magazine that Trump is a homophobe, a racist and owns ugly buildings. No argument here. 

On his show last night, Jon Stewart took some time to analyze some possible choices for the next Pope and came to the conclusion that Bill O'Reilly is the only sensible option. Also check out Howard Bragman's one-on-one with drag impresario RuPaul



There was a time when Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai vowed to protect gays; times have clearly changed. And it seems that a school principal in Oregon may have been fired because he is gay. Shame!



If your gaydar is on the fritz, here is a nifty little video that may help you identify some like-minded individuals. Speaking of gays, here is what we talk about during our private time. And forget about gay marriage, the real debate of our time is shaved vs. au natural!