News: Pangea, 404, Nashville, Lea DeLaria, Polar Bear, Thom Browne

RoadElton John recovering after appendix surgery.

RoadChallenge to Illinois ban on same-sex marriage in court today.

RoadNew York bar and restaurant owners dump vodka into New York streets.

404RoadRussia's teens are pushing back against homophobia with 404 campaign.

RoadChris Brown to quit music?

RoadDisgusting account of a gay bashing in Moscow: “It was us. You better not go to that bar anymore. Waiters in green and security guards in black are not going to help you. I’m telling you for your own sake: The place is closed to gays.”

RoadZac Efron catches a movie with a bud.

RoadNashville proposes $50,000 settlement in case in which homophobic graffiti targeted gay employee over period of seven years.

RoadLea DeLaria talks Orange is the New Black: "There’s a lot of me in Big Boo. I would never break the law, I just wouldn’t. You know what I mean? When it comes to that, that’s where Boo and I part ways. But her humanity and her sense of humor and her toughness and her butchness and her realness is all very much me."

RoadChris Colfer would prefer to mourn Cory Monteith in private.

RoadBradley Manning's maximum sentence reduced to 90 years.

PangeaRoadPangea with political boundaries.

RoadGay Pride takes place in Hanoi: "Participants said they hoped to reduce prejudice and discrimination against the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community in Vietnam, where Confucian social mores -- with their emphasis on tradition and family -- still dominate."

RoadVIDEO: Jay-Z joins Beyoncé on stage in Brooklyn.

RoadExperts: Polar bear starved to death because of sea-ice melt.

RoadGraham Norton's ex Trevor Patterson tells all: "They were introduced by mutual friends at a bar in Shoreditch, East London, in May 2011. Trevor had arrived in London ten months earlier to work in software sales. Having lived in Canada all his life, he didn’t know Norton was  a celebrity until someone told him. He knew instinctively, however, that their attraction was mutual. ‘There was a lot of magnetic energy. He was very engaging and a very good raconteur."

RoadGreen works for Prince Harry.

BrowneRoadInside designer Thom Browne's Greenwich Village apartment.

RoadBlack female entertainers and coming out: “Interracial relationships and sex-same relationships are still subjects most famous people of color won’t discuss,” says black film historian and NYU film professor Donald Bogle. “The response from the black audience is still so unknown that it’s a risk that most really fear taking—and that’s understandable.”

RoadDEA program funnels "information from intelligence intercepts, wiretaps, informants and a massive database of telephone records to authorities across the nation to help them launch criminal investigations of Americans.

RoadCalvin Klein boytoy Nick Gruber to file sexual assault complaint after crotch-grabbing incident.

RoadDivorce comes with extra costs for gay couples: "Ohio attorney Tom Addesa has successfully handled several same-sex divorces in Ohio, and charges a bargain $1,500 flat fee to handle uncontested same-sex divorce cases. He said a straight couple might pay about $5,000 if he were to charge his regular $250 hourly rate, but that a gay couple would pay far more because of additional documents he would need to prepare.  Gay couples are also more likely to have their divorce applications rejected, Addesa notes, which can lead to appeals, easily adding another $10,000 to the bill depending on how much work that entails."

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  1. Yeah right with the designer's apartment. I need to remember: 3 bottles of Hermes cologne and put all in a line in front of the orange boxes. Otherwise it looks nice. Tell me when someone moves in.

    Posted by: MIke | Aug 6, 2013 4:12:16 PM

  2. Dude has some awesome calves, but shorts with a dress shirt and tie looks ridiculous on anyone not currently attending a prestigious private school.

    BTW - dress shoes without socks? Miami Vice was cancelled over 20 years ago.

    Posted by: FuryOfFirestorm | Aug 6, 2013 4:28:14 PM

  3. Pretty sure the great lakes came after Pangaea.

    Posted by: me | Aug 6, 2013 4:50:08 PM

  4. I've never heard of Thom Browne..I'm a bad gay. He may be able to decorate apartments but I think he needs a personal shopper.

    Posted by: calpoidog | Aug 6, 2013 5:46:26 PM

  5. Thom Browne's apt is as much of a cliche as the way he's dressed. Jeezus, girlfriend, can't you at least hire some originality? That apt looks about as warm and inviting as a jail cell.

    Posted by: DannyEastVillage | Aug 6, 2013 6:22:29 PM

  6. So Manning spends 90 years in prison for revealing how incompetent the military was with the data they claim was sooooo important that it was remarkably simple for a low ranking nobody to just walk out with it...

    To all the dirtbags that accept the BS idea that Manning is a traitor, is anything less than a true patriot, please, all of you, die in a fire.

    Posted by: PistOff | Aug 6, 2013 11:18:37 PM

  7. @ PISTOFF I suspect that you have never held a position of trust that involved the handling of "Classified" information. ANYONE, regardless of age or experience, who is in a position of trust relative to Classified information, can, at any time, elect to disclose that information to persons not authorized to receive it. Anyone doing so, is a Traitor; Pure and simple. NO Government rule, or directive, or policy, can prevent a Traitor from doing harm to his Country.

    "TRUST" is a powerful word. The agency that employed Mr. Manning "Trusted" him not to disclose to others what he learned in his job. It is to Mr. Manning's benefit that he will spend the next several years in Jail; where he will be fed, clothed, and receive medical attention at no cost to himself. If he had mearly been "Fired", he would probably find it difficult to find a company that would hire someone that can not be trusted.

    Posted by: Jerry6 | Aug 7, 2013 7:54:46 PM

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