News: Sochi Beach, Tom Brokaw, amfAR, Julius, Bruce Weber

RoadTom Brokaw diagnosed with cancer.

RoadDespite objections, Mormons use misleading study on parents in brief filed in support of Utah and Oklahoma bans on gay marriage.

SochiRoadIt's so warm in Sochi that people are going to the beach.

RoadAnderson Cooper joked to a crowd of 6,000 at UT Arlington that he came out partly so he could get more dates, and also said that "being born gay is one of the great blessings of my life."

RoadEllen hits series rating highs.

RoadBruce Weber says trans shoot for Barneys affected him deeply: "I would say it’s a sitting that really changed the course of my life, in a way.Because, I don’t know, the older I get, I want to do photographs and make films about things that are going to make people think about things."

RoadBeyoncé offers gay-inclusive undies for Valentine's Day.

RoadSarah Palin on Christie's #bridgegate scandal: "When I was mayor and manager of this city, and then governor of the state, certainly you know what your top aides are up to..."

RoadBradley Cooper and Suki Waterhouse at the White House state dinner.

WaterfallRoadWhat might have been in San Francisco.

RoadThe Association of Israeli Gay Fathers holds launch event.

RoadLady Gaga films music video at Hearst Mansion with the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

RoadamfAR to invest $100 million in HIV research over next six years. “Today, we are at a historic juncture in the fight against AIDS,” added amfAR Chairman of the Board Kenneth Cole. “With an improving economy, recent technological advances and momentum in the research community, now is the time to commit ourselves to finding an accessible cure and finally bring the global HIV/AIDS epidemic to an end.”

RoadThis looks safe.

RoadPreservationists want NYC's Stonewall Inn and Julius bar declared individual landmarks: "Julius' touts itself as the oldest gay bar in New York City. The Stonewall was the site of not only the 1969 riots that are widely considered the most important event to kickstart the modern LGBT rights movement, but also, 44 years later, celebrations when the Supreme Court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act."

RoadDigital freedom is an LGBT issue.

RoadChris Pratt's Instagram selfie paid off.

CottoRoadChicago man gets four years in prison for beating and stabbing of prosecutor who had come to the defense of a gay couple harassed on the lakeshore. "The prosecutor was cut near his  left eye, on his side and under his right arm, which needed 40 stitches, officials said at the time."

RoadMatt Bomer brought his stunning visage to the premiere of Winter's Tale.

RoadStar Wars Episode VII to start shooting at Pinewood Studios in May, and the casting is complete.

RoadWashington Post: Nigeria's anti-gay law demands response from the West: "Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa and a major oil producer, is harder to influence. But Britain still delivers hundreds of millions of dollars in development aid, while the United States buys 70 percent of Nigeria’s oil. Both should be aggressively using their leverage to protect the vulnerable gay community. As a starting point, they should let Mr. Jonathan know he and his government will be unwelcome in Washington and London until the law is repealed."

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  1. Chris Pratt is smokin' in many ways, kind of sorry he's falling into the mold, he was sexy being just normal.

    This just moves him into the realm of porn fantasy. Personally, I like normal guys. Shame. And not.

    Strange. Nothing else in this post was remotely interesting.

    Posted by: tinkerbelle | Feb 12, 2014 4:09:30 PM


  2. Anderson Cooper meant to say that the biggest blessing of his life was that he was born rich....

    As for Ellen DeGeneres, she has promoted homophobes on her show. She sucks.

    Posted by: brian | Feb 12, 2014 4:23:41 PM


  3. sarah palin, you didn't even know what paper you read in the morning.

    Posted by: jed | Feb 12, 2014 5:04:41 PM


  4. I have to agree with anderson; being gay has been the joy of my life......maybe it took me a while to get there.......but the journey has been wonderful and anything but boring !

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Feb 12, 2014 6:07:40 PM


  5. Re: landmarks in NYC:: I live on Christopher street.. You would never believe with all this historic places surrounding us, they would not be affected by the Gay scene that's still prevelant with the young crowds .. This is the good/ bad that envelops this city.. Many young Gay/ transgendered people have no jobs, grow up in a family that doesn't accept their lives, thus they can walk the streets at all hours, especially in the Summers. I have no problem with this because I know the history that Christopher Street brings with it around the world not just here.. So many places are renamed Stonewall whether you believe what happened there or not.. I just feel that naming a place historical only means something to the history books not to these young minds that need our help so much more then a building
    Thanks
    Tc

    Posted by: TonyC | Feb 13, 2014 1:59:11 AM


  6. Anderson Cooper has gotten a lot of flack over the years for not coming out but he's out now and hearing him frequently stating in public how being gay is one of the biggest blessings in his life is a really positive thing.

    Posted by: Red | Feb 13, 2014 2:49:51 AM


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