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RoadUganda's Anglican church warns of split over anti-gay beliefs: “Homosexual practice is incompatible with scripture, and no one in the leadership of the church can say legitimise same sex unions or homosexuality,” he said, urging the “governing bodies of the Church of England to not take the path advocated by the West”.

IcebergRoadDystopian future: An iceberg-harvesting floating city?

RoadVIDEO: The dog who really knows how to eat an ice cream cone.

RoadJoel Silbermann: I was wrong about gay marriage. "Ironically, I was even wrong about the idea of gay marriage being a political loser. Now it’s turning into a headache issue for Republicans and a winning wedge for Democrats. Who knew?! Not me. I guess I underestimated the political upside of being right. I hope I never make that mistake again. Most of all, I was wrong because I failed to see how much better our society would be if we corroborated our assertion that all people are created equal with the logical corollary that all love is created equal."

RoadMichigan County Clerk says she'll issue marriage licenses immediately if judge overturns gay ban.

RoadActivists outraged after arrest of trans woman in D.C.: “I sat in my car as a passenger as we are driving my clients home after a support group when a police officer stopped us and in three minutes I witness a D.C. police officer turn into a very homo-transphobic cop."

RoadRicky Martin nibbles on Jennifer Lopez's ear in new video.

RoadReal Housewives stars Teresa and Joe Giudice plead guilty to felony fraud, will probably go to jail.

VirusRoadVirus frozen for 30,000 years in Siberian permafrost comes to life: "Tests show that it attacks amoebas, which are single-celled organisms, but does not infect humans or other animals."

RoadColorado LGBT community launches marriage equality campaign: "Flanked by Democratic gay and lesbian state lawmakers and Denver County Clerk and Recorder Debra Johnson, Montez launched what the group calls 'Why Marriage Matters Colorado,' which aims to amplify the legalization efforts of same-sex marriage."

RoadDid you know about the 12 Years a Slave screenwriting cold war?

RoadFormer Rep. Allen West won't comment on his homophobic blog post. "The post on West’s website, titled “While Russia invades Ukraine, our gay military dances in drag in Okinawa,” slammed the Pentagon for worrying about 'hair and makeup for our gay military' while Russia invades the Ukraine."

RoadPresident Obama took a selfie with Bill Nye the Science Guy and Neil deGrasse Tyson.

RoadNick Jonas flashes his guns.

SkjellerupRoadGay New Zealand speedskater Blake Skjellerup got goosebumps at the Brooklyn Nets game last night: "An arena full of people, calling and chanting the name of a player who is undoubtedly one of the most well-known athletes in the world, who is in a professional sport, and is gay. As Jason took to the court, the crowd, myself included, took to our feet. The applause and cheering that followed was something I will never forget."

RoadMan faces charges over attack on openly gay MLA in Vancouver: “To the extent that there was any assault, that isn’t true,” he said. “I simply went in to speak to Mr. Chandra Herbert for a brief follow-up to a conversation I had with him two months previously about the rainbow flag.”

RoadBradley Cooper owns the copyright to the Oscar group selfie.

RoadStudy: animal protein-rich foods could be as harmful to health as smoking. "High levels of dietary animal protein in people under 65 years of age was linked to a staggering fourfold increase in their risk of death from cancer or diabetes, and almost double the risk of dying from any cause over an 18-year period, researchers found."

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  1. Maybe the Anglican Church will be better off without Uganda. Have they done anything worthwhile lately?

    Posted by: Joel | Mar 4, 2014 4:01:08 PM

  2. As someone that worked in medical research for over a decade, trust me, ignore single studies, even peer-reviewed ones, until there is a consensus. If something is true, then eventually multiple peer-reviewed medical studies will come up with the same conclusions. The reason this study is so controversial is because it appears to contradict many, many others. The most likely reason is because it was poorly designed. Also, studies focused on diet are notoriously difficult to do properly.

    Posted by: Mike | Mar 4, 2014 4:47:33 PM

  3. From Silberman's article:

    "I never opposed gay marriage on principle. I have always believed -- and continue to believe -- that a legal contract available to one pair of people should also be available to another pair of people. Because of equality."

    So then I presume he also never opposed sibling marriage and parent-child marriage as well? Because of equality?

    Posted by: TKinSC | Mar 4, 2014 6:23:00 PM

  4. @TKINSC. Your presumption of his presumtion has some flawed assumptions. Society limits choices within many different freedoms. You have freedom of speech as long as it doesn't involve the word bomb in a TSA check-in line, etc. The conversation is about the inequality (within a "created equal" governmental/societal framework)of denying freedom to a class of consenting, biologically distant adults for no reason other than how nature has formed them. The choices within that freedom exclude close blood related heterosexual marriage, I believe, based primarily on the genetic dangers of possible procreation. Though it is worth noting that first cousins are considered genetically distant enough to marry (in Florida, anyway) As far as distant blood similarities are concerned, I believe step siblings can marry and Woody Allen is proof enough that parents can marry their children (non-biological). Ick, but legal. Perhaps gay siblings or 80 year old heterosexuals will one day be allowed to marry. It may be creepy, but as long as the law, pro or con, is applied equally and fairly regardless of any sort of trait nature has bestowed upon someone that still leaves them capable to consent, it shouldn't be the legal business of the rest of us, either way.

    Posted by: dixchuk | Mar 4, 2014 11:49:59 PM

  5. Who the hell wants to live to see 65, anyway? I don't care if eating animals causes erectile dysfunction.

    You damn hippies will have to pry my steak knife out of my cold, dead hand.

    Posted by: FFS | Mar 5, 2014 12:00:31 AM

  6. No, Obama did not take a selfie with Nye and Tyson.

    Is he holding a camera? No. Not a selfie.

    Posted by: Randy | Mar 5, 2014 1:01:40 PM

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