Don't miss the NFL segment on gay football player Jerry Smith featuring Towleroad's David Mixner from last night's 'A Football Life'.
Boyband Ponzi schemer Lou Pearlman gives interview from prison. Lance Bass: "He'd always grab our arms and feel our muscles and go: 'Hey boys, you workin' out? Yeahhhh!'"
Dutch band threatens to play Village People's "YMCA" at Sochi Games.
Gay juror decision bodes well for marriage cases: “The ruling will make it even more difficult for Nevada’s marriage law to withstand the current challenge to it because heightened scrutiny means that the government will have to identify an ‘important’ state interest if it wants to continue to exclude gay and lesbian couples from marriage,” [Suzanne Goldberg, a lesbian and co-director of Columbia University’s Center for Gender & Sexuality Law] said.
A Twin Peaks reboot? David Lynch says no.
Utah Governor flooded with letters on gay marriage: "From the day the marriage ban was struck down through Jan. 15, Herbert received about 1,800 phone calls, letters and emails from those generally supporting of same-sex marriage, according to the governor's office."
Michigan man kicked out of gym for wearing 'Speedo'. "He says, 'We can all see it.' And I said, 'Well then stop staring. No one's making you look at it."
James Lankford, candidate for Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn's seat, believes that sexual orientation is a choice and therefore employment discrimination against gay Americans should be legal.
Gay New Zealand worker awarded $13K after being called a "f–king faggot" by his employer.
Nicholas Hoult is a 'Young One' at Sundance.
Alex O'Loughlin giving us shirtless bod on the Hawaii Five-O set.
Armistead Maupin speaks with Lambda Literary about The Days of Anna Madrigal, the last book in the Tales of the City series. "The only way to wrap-up a story that involves a dozen or more people would be to drop a bomb on them. There’s a moment at the end of the book when Anna turns to Brian and says, 'There’ll be no tidying up.' That’s me talking to myself. That’s me talking to the reader. And that’s me commenting on life in general."
John Lithgow and Alfred Molina talk about playing a gay couple who marry after 39 years in the new Ira Sachs film Love is Strange.
Chilean transgender rights bill advances: "Lawmakers in the South American nation by a 29-0 vote margin approved the measure that would also allow trans Chileans to legally change their name and sex without hormonal treatments and psychiatric or psychological evaluations. Three lawmakers abstained. "