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GOP should be afraid of Clinton run in 2016.
Freedom to Marry follows up on its photo essay featuring military couple Jonathan and Dwayne.
Tom Cruise travels with assistant and portable heater.
France's Senate begins debate on marriage equality bill: "The senate debate is scheduled to last until April 13. Last month the National Assembly approved the measure, putting France on track to join about a dozen mostly European nations that allow gay marriage. Both houses are dominated by President Francois Hollande's Socialist Party and its allies." And narrowly rejects motion for national marriage equality referendum.
Rutgers Athletics Director out after Mike Rice firing.
Gay sitcom is unlikely hit in Vietnam: "The first episode of 'My Best Gay Friends' has now attracted over one million views on YouTube. The show's success has come as a surprise in Vietnam, where gay and lesbian people face routine discrimination in universities and workplaces and are frequently ridiculed in popular media."
Jurassic Park IV to introduce new dinosaur.
Gay Catholic man stripped of his roles and responsibilities at Long Island parish for getting married. "I was in shock. I had just come home from my honeymoon. I went to mass on Martin Luther King Day, where we heard a great sermon about justice and equality," said Mr. Coppola, recalling the meeting. "After mass, I was summoned into the pastor's office and told that I could no longer be active in my own parish."
Florida LGBT students to convene at Florida International University.
Does Illinois' marriage equality bill hinge on Black lawmakers?
Love Free or Die, featuring gay Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson, denied "family friendly" status: "The Dove Foundation, an organization whose mission is to encourage and promote the creation, production, distribution and consumption of wholesome family entertainment, has denied Director Macky Alston’s critically-acclaimed documentary LOVE FREE OR DIE its 'Family Approved' seal."
Jada Pinkett Smith asked if she has an open marriage.
Zac Efron and Dave Franco are looking cleaned up and dapper.
Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli won't say if he's committed any crimes against nature.
Senator Rob Portman sorting out aftermath of coming out for equality: "I thought he was talking father to father with me,” said Mr. Burress, who supports discredited therapies aimed at changing sexual orientation. “I spent four and a half years on the board of an organization that helped people walk away from homosexuality. It is not innate; you’re not born that way. That devastated me, that he embraced his son’s behavior.”
Transgender gamers share their stories, joys, and fears.
Michelangelo Signorile on Congressman Matt Salmon: "My head is going to explode if I hear someone say one more time that a parent can unconditionally "love" his or her child while still not 'accepting' the fact that the child is gay, and can even oppose rights for the child. Yesterday several callers to my radio program accused me of being unreasonable, and even hateful, for saying that we are now well past the time when such thinking is acceptable. If you're working against rights for your own children in the name of your religious faith, even while claiming that you love those children, then you are selfish and pathetic, actually loving yourself and your beliefs more than you love your own kids."