News: Powerball, Edward Snowden, Nova Scotia, the Mac Pro

RoadFlorida's $590 million Powerball winner is moving in with gay son and his boyfriend.

Model_snowdenRoadBefore he was an NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden aspired to be a male model.

RoadJustin Timberlake's nose is a breast.

RoadColumbus, Ohio responds to anti-gay attacks with Pink Party, safety workshops, and benefits.

RoadNova Scotia to fund gender reassignment surgery: "Transgender Nova Scotians will soon have gender reassignment surgery funded by the province. Government committed today, June 12, that the surgery will be covered by MSI. Health and Wellness Minister David Wilson said he came to the decision after reviewing the medical evidence and the policies of other provinces that fund this procedure."

RoadBase jumping on Baffin Island.

RoadSan Domino: A gay island created by Italy's Fascists.

RoadJewish gay activist Chaim Levin awarded $3.5 million after suing his cousin for alleged molestation starting from the age of 6.

RoadEddie Redmayne to play physicist Stephen Hawking.

SmithRoadWill Smith and his son Jaden are "very affectionate".

RoadAn interview with Demetre Daskalakis, who administers free meningitis vaccines at gay bars in New York City. "Larry Kramer has inspired me most. Aside from being brilliant and controversial, he is a force for positive change and takes no prisoners. He recently told me he admired my work and I almost fainted."

RoadWill President Obama push for Russian LGBT equality at the G-8 summit?

RoadJon Snow in a snow white t-shirt.

RoadMaryland Delegate Heather Mizeur puts sexuality front and center in gubernatorial bid ad: “Heather is the best person to lead Maryland,” the e-mail said. “And if elected, she would also be the first openly LGBT Governor elected in the country — a big step forward. As we celebrate Gay Pride month, we ask our friends and allies to PROUDLY stand with Heather.”

MacproRoadViral marketing for the Mac Pro in the NYC subway.

RoadJazz composer Terence Blanchard's new opera "Champion" is based on the life of gay boxer Emile Griffith.

RoadTLC's 'Honey Do' guys, shirtless.

RoadMother of murdered gay Liverpool teen Michael Causer wants to open a gay shelter in her son's name: "Marie, 52, from Whiston, whose son was brutally killed five years ago, was touched by the plight of youngsters who said they had run away, rather than tell their parents they were gay, or had been kicked out of the family home because of their sexuality. Her goal is to fund a hostel that can provide temporary emergency care for gay and lesbian youngsters at risk of being on the street."

RoadJohn Galliano speaks to Charlie Rose: "I was in a blackout ... I've since discovered that one is a blackout drinker, what happens is that it can release paranoia of such a stage that it can trigger frustrations from childhood. And due to that, it can trigger a self-defense mechanism. Now, having had quite a tough time in school, and being subjected, persecuted, bullied, called all sorts of names, as children do, and living a lie, really, because I was gay but I couldn't admit that at home, honestly I couldn't escape."

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  1. Rock ON, Nova Scotia!

    that's how it is in Ontario. why? simple - FACTS. darn old facts about a person's well-being and health and stability. proud of the east coast today.

    Terence Blanchard is one of the most thrillingly talented modern composers: truly jazzed (pun intended) to see/hear this new work!

    Posted by: LittleKiwi | Jun 13, 2013 3:45:00 PM

  2. RE: Snowden male model pics;

    I'm not feeling it. And he looks severely anemic. The facial hair was a smart move.

    And his pics are going to be massively trolled beyond his wildest dreams.


    Good for you. Maybe more well known gay cities can take some pointers.

    RE: San Domino;

    Fascinating stuff. At least the Italians didn't put them in horrifying 'death' camps, like the Germans. Italians are a different breed.

    @John Galliano,

    You, sir, must be a blast at parties.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jun 13, 2013 3:57:06 PM

  3. Snowden becomes more of a joke with each passing day

    Posted by: Marty | Jun 13, 2013 4:15:42 PM

  4. Snowden seems like a normal guy with normal current day aspirations. And he is kind of cute. Who here hasn't had those kind of fantasies, at least he acted on them.

    Will Smith, on the other hand, ooh boy, that's wierd shite.

    Galliano, I've been there, just not in such a nasty way. Give it time.

    Posted by: tinkerbelle | Jun 13, 2013 4:31:37 PM

  5. My modeling pictures were much better, Pictures can be dangerous. Ask Dustin Black. He should have leaked a lot of naked truth by now considering. Snowden will be remembered long after you are gone Marty. Sorry.

    Posted by: gb | Jun 13, 2013 4:46:36 PM

  6. LOL! Gb, somehow I doubt that.

    Posted by: Marty | Jun 13, 2013 5:27:45 PM

  7. Is Wanda Sykes Jaden Smith's mother?

    Posted by: Dastius Krazitauc | Jun 13, 2013 5:30:08 PM

  8. @ Dastius,

    that's funny. He does have a strong resemblance to Wanda. But there has been much talk for many years that his real mother and Wanda do have something in common.

    Oh, should I say that? I mean, Jaden might read this blog....we're sure his daddy does.

    Posted by: Derrick from Philly | Jun 13, 2013 5:40:33 PM

  9. Go to to see the whole Galliano interview. We found it quite mesmerising, for the right reasons for once. Galliano obviously hit bottom, and "got it," as opposed to some other famous meltdowns. He never forgives, excuses or tries to rationalize himself for his behavior. But he apparently has been fortunate enough to gain real insight into himself, and wants to make amends. Strong stuff.

    Posted by: Micklest | Jun 13, 2013 5:42:29 PM

  10. The black Honey Do guy got a race lift in that shirtless photo.

    Posted by: Zeta | Jun 13, 2013 7:00:34 PM

  11. I'll pray for the Smith-Pinketts.

    Posted by: Zeta | Jun 13, 2013 7:00:56 PM

  12. Um, I think Will Smith just had his "couch jumping" moment, career over in 3,2...

    Posted by: RONTEX | Jun 13, 2013 8:05:48 PM

  13. Considering how goofy Will Smith is, somehow I don't think this is going to even be a thing. His and Tom Cruise's public personas are so different.

    Working with M.Knight however, that is a gravity well to escape from.

    Posted by: Polyboy | Jun 13, 2013 8:49:01 PM

  14. The still photo of the Will Smith kiss is creepy. However, the video shows them to be playful and to me, it has a much less creepy factor. I never had that kind of relationship with my Dad so I don't know how to really asses it.

    Posted by: AngelaChanning | Jun 13, 2013 9:48:53 PM

  15. "Before he was an NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden aspired to be a male model."

    It's redundant to say he aspired to be a MALE model. As opposed to a "female model"?

    Posted by: Colin | Jun 14, 2013 1:01:49 AM

  16. Taxpayer funded sex changes seem like a bad idea. This is a policy that is expensive, frivolous, and wasteful. Any elective cosmetic surgery should not be supported by taxpayer dollars. If transgender people want to cross dress, that is fine (as long as it is not at an office or school where the dress code is violated). They should not be able to charge taxpayers for surgery though.

    Posted by: DB | Jun 14, 2013 11:53:16 AM

  17. it's not elective cosmetic surgery. nor are they "cross-dressing"

    it's surgeries that have been cited, by actual experts in the field of sociology and queer studies, to immeasurably aid in the well-being, safety, and psychological/emotional wellness of those seeking to transition.

    facts - learn them.

    Posted by: Little Kiwi | Jun 14, 2013 12:39:23 PM

  18. Anyone who thinks Will Smith kissing his son on the lips is creepy is somehow making a relation or insinuating that they might be something incestuous here. For a lot of people around the world, display of physical affection between father and son is simply a genuine and a beautiful thing.....Have we really sunk to such a low level as a culture to interpret that as creepy. It says a lot about our culture more than it says about the act itself ….I personally grow up so close to my father , we were playful and super affectionate , watching that video leaves me with nothing but warm feelings …..

    Posted by: beaunic | Jun 14, 2013 1:55:21 PM

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