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RoadDOJ seeks death penatly for Boston bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev.

RoadToronto Mayor Rob Ford sued for allegedly ordering jail beating of sister's ex.

FlamingoRoadWorld's oldest flamingo is dead (actual flamingo not pictured).

RoadShakira and Rihanna do some female-on-female groping in new video.

RoadSo Madonna has probably been operating on a bad leg and faking it for the past week.

RoadBulgarian MPs reject amendment that would criminalize being openly gay: "The amendment to Bulgaria's Criminal Code was proposed by nationalist party Ataka, and was swiftly seen as harsher than the notorious allegedly anti-gay legislation in Russia."

RoadArchbishops of Canterbury and York write to presidents of Nigeria and Uganda: "The letter said homosexual people were loved and valued by God and should not be victimised or diminished. The letter is also addressed to all primates (heads of national Churches) in the worldwide Anglican Communion. Archbishops Justin Welby of Canterbury and John Sentamu of York said the letter was a result of 'questions about the Church of England's attitude to new legislation in several countries that penalises people with same-sex attraction'."

RoadMiley Cyrus offers Justin Bieber advice on The Tonight Show. Bieber is now an outlaw in three territories.

RoadMatt Dallas and Jean-Luc Bilodeau shed clothes on Baby Daddy.

LecompteRoadVanity Fair examines the mysterious 2009 Christmas Eve murder of Robert LeCompte at the Drama Club gay bar in Houma, Louisiana: "The party ended early, and by 2:15 Christmas morning, no guests remained. The sole body left on the checkerboard floor was LeCompte’s, sprawled out and bloody, dead from 13 stab wounds to the neck, shoulders, and chest."

RoadThe dating dilemma of gay Navajo: "...when a smartphone successfully picks up a signal and connects to gay apps in much of the heavily rural Navajo Nation, the nearest user can be more than 100 miles away. The same distance factor is true for gay bars — none of which exist on the sprawling desert territory that is home to some 170,000 people, covering a land area larger than several Eastern U.S. states."

RoadZachary Quinto joins Rupert Friend in Hitman sequel Agent 47. "Friend (best known for Homeland) came aboard to replace [Paul] Walker earlier this month. It will be directed by Aleksander Bach from a script by Skip Woods and Michael Finch. The project will now go before the cameras in March."

RoadTrans woman to run against gay man for state Senate in Maryland: "A former Montgomery County council aide announced Thursday that she will run for the state senate against Sen. Richard S. Madaleno, Jr., setting up a contest between a transgender woman and the only openly gay member in the state Senate. Dana Beyer, who is executive director of Gender Rights Maryland and previously worked for former Council member Duchy Trachtenberg (D-At Large), announced her intentions on a campaign Web site and in an item that appeared on the Huffington Post."

RoadCate Blanchett gives good face.

E_murrayRoadSuper Bowl wager by Seattle's gay mayor Ed Murray includes Seattles Lifelong AIDS Alliance: "If the 'impossible'occurs and the Seahawks lose, Mayor Murray would send Mayor Hancock a hand-made Seahawks themed road bike from local shop Rodriguez Cycles; a custom Chihuly ‘Seaform’ blown glass piece in Seahawks colors; and salmon and Dungeness crab. He would also wear Denver Broncos pajamas on PJ Day, February 6, to raise awareness for Denver’s Road Home, a ten-year plan to end homelessness. If (when) the Seahawks win, Mayor Hancock will be sending Mayor Murray some Denver green chili; a ball cap, hoodie and handmade skis from Denver’s Icelantic Skis; a signed Broncos item to auction off to support local non-profit Lifelong AIDS Alliance; and he would be the proud owner of a custom thrift shop outfit from Lifelong’s Thrift Store."

RoadMSNBC social media manager fired for tweet saying “Maybe the rightwing will hate it, but everyone else will go awww: the adorable new #Cheerios ad w/ biracial family".

RoadPat Benatar and Cyndi Lauper join Cher's 'Dressed to Kill' tour.

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  1. Wow. That trans activist is trying to unseat the only openly gay member in the state Senate in Maryland. What a perfect metaphor for the twisted relationship b/t LGB and T. Ts demand. Ts take. But Ts never give. You will note that this Dana Beyer runs a T-only group. You see, LGBT only applies to LGB groups. Ts don't contribute a thing to our groups, but they demand partial ownership in all of them. But they insist on keeping their own groups for themselves.

    Ts undermine and hinder the advancement of gay civil rights. Ts actively opposed marriage equality in Maryland because they wanted to punish LGBs families, including the children of LGBs, afor not putting the bathroom issues of heterosexual crossdressers first. They wanted us to lose, but we won in spite of them.

    This is the context for this election challenge. Once again, a conniving trans activist saw a gay person accomplishing something and instinctively moved to take it away.

    Posted by: Matthew | Jan 31, 2014 4:11:29 PM


  2. Just saw this quote from the tranny in the article:

    "The fact that both of us are LBGT probably neutralizes the issue completely"

    Neither one of them is LGBT. No one is LGBT. He is gay. She is a transsexual. The idea that these 2 people who have nothing in common are the same group is ridiculous. But you can see in that quote how LGBT is used very effectively by trans activists to eradicate gay identity and replace it with their contrivances.

    As it is payday today, I am sending $50 to Madaleno. Hope he kicks her silicon injected ass.

    Posted by: Connor | Jan 31, 2014 4:43:25 PM


  3. Matthew, what trans folk opposed gay marriage? Anyone other than vague tumblr whining? I've never seen a shred of evidence that a meaningful number of trans people opposed gay marriage, and most trans folks have worked hard to advance it. Dana Beyer has worked for gay rights, despite your claims, and is currently the head of Freedom To Work. So, although you claim trans folks are "conniving", you're the one making up lies to support your anti-trans bigotry.

    Posted by: Thedrdonna | Jan 31, 2014 5:12:57 PM


  4. There is nothing wrong with an openly gay elected official having a trangender challenger in an election. I think it is great that voters have more than one LGBT choice in an election. May the best candidate win.

    Posted by: Bill | Jan 31, 2014 5:15:27 PM


  5. Awesome when there is more than one LGBT candidate to choose from. Now may the best candidate win on their qualifications, not whether they are LGBT or straight.

    Posted by: SpaceCadet | Jan 31, 2014 6:35:42 PM


  6. What a bunch of hypocrites transgenderds are. If there was only 1 trans legislator and a gay "cis" male stepped forward to take that spot, there would be all sorts of profanity filled comments here about "privilege" and "die cis scum." But no problem for a slimy trans activist to try to remove a gay person.

    Posted by: MikeInVancouver | Jan 31, 2014 8:50:31 PM


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