News: Justice Scalia, Jem, Chris Evans, James Baldwin
Wingnuts enraged as Christian charity World Vision welcomes gay married couples.
The line is drawn: Male superheroes in female superhero poses.
The terrifying new world of slutty animatronics.
1,000 gay men from Hong Kong and China wanted for trials of injection to prevent HIV: "If it goes ahead as planned next year, the project by the Aaron Diamond Aids Research Centre in New York will be the first HIV-prevention clinical trial in China."
Rafael Nadal strips down after sweaty practice session.
U.S. Ambassador James 'Wally' Brewster and husband meet with Dominican president and wife.
Akon details the demise of his business relationship with Lady Gaga: "Actually I cashed out. I got out while the gooding was hot. It’s like a business, you build it to sell it. When I got it to the peak of where I felt it couldn’t go nowhere, and there was nowhere left to go but down, I cashed out, in other words I sold my share and got out before it was too late."
American Horror Story Season 4 title revealed.
Because a little Rufus Wainwright "Hallalujah" is never a bad thing.
Speaking of superheroes, Captain America is brooding up the cover of Variety...
Gay couple in Texas fights attempt to halt their challenge to the state's marriage ban: "According to the state’s filing, the Zahrn plaintiffs don’t oppose putting their case on hold pending the appeal of the preliminary injunction, but in a new filing, the McNosky plaintiffs take issue with the state’s request."
Jem and the Holograms movie reboot has no women on production team.
Justice Scalia answers gay rights question in Brooklyn: "Scalia's exchange with the nervous-looking law student came at the end of a spirited Q&A hosted by Brooklyn Law School that touched on other controversial issues like the NSA's spying on Americans. That law student pointed out that Scalia has issued dissents in cases that have broadened gay rights. Those dissents may have created fodder for anti-gay hatred, the student said. A visibly annoyed Scalia spat out, "Hate whom you like.'"
Vocativ interviews James David Manning, the pastor behind the "Jesus Would Stone Homos" church.
Birmingham, UK man charged with homophobic attack: "Leo Francis, 51 of Bristol Road in Edgbaston, was charged yesterday with attempted robbery and possession of an offensive weapon. The attack was reported after city-centre CCTV operators spotted a confrontation on camera in Hurst Street, outside the Village Inn at around 12:50am yesterday. A 22-year-old man was taken to hospital and treated for cuts and bruises."
Anti-gay activists in Georgia warn LGBTs against marking the International Day Against Homophobia on May 17.
James Baldwin's Jimmy’s Blues and Other Poems coming on April 1: "It includes all of the nineteen poems from the original Jimmy’s Blues, published a year before his death in 1987, as well as poems from Gypsy, a limited-edition art book, of which only 325 were printed."