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RoadWho cares about Islan Nettles?

RoadSalem witch trials cited during Michigan gay marriage ban trial.

RoadHRC calls on Mississippi legislature to amend anti-gay 'religious freedom' bill.

StairsRoadNew gay club opens in NYC's East Village.

RoadKiss and tell: Miley Cyrus wanted more tongue action with Katy Perry.

RoadIn Michigan gay marriage trial, anti-gay researcher Mark Regnerus concedes that further study is necessary to reach any concrete conclusions about gay parenting: “What we’ve learned is that it’s possible to grow up in same-sex households and the children will be fine,” said Regnerus, who acknowledged in court he is a religious conservative. “We won’t know if it’s probable until we test it over time.”

RoadGMHC, 34 years on...

RoadTimes that you shouldn't sing "Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen.

RoadGerman pastors win right to live with their partners: "The rule change from the two-year-old Northern Church - a union of Protestant churches -  was voted in almost unanimously by a summit in Lübeck on Friday by 156 votes to two. It states that as long as a prospective pastor and his or her same-sex partner are in a "recognized life partnership" (the equivalent of a UK civil partnership), the pair are to be treated the same as heterosexual couples when being considered for entering a parish residence."

RoadMiami PD releases video of Justin Bieber pissing into a cup.

RoadNeil Patrick Harris and David Burtka head to NYC for good: “I’m officially heading East. My wonderful west coast days are done. #goodtimes.”

NorwayRoadSwedish artist Jonas Dahlberg's stunning memorial in response to the 2011 mass shooting in Norway which took the lives of 77 people. "My concept for the Memorial Sørbråten proposes a wound or a cut within nature itself. It reproduces the physical experience of taking away, reflecting the abrupt and permanent loss of those who died."

RoadComplaint from Republicans in Hudson Valley says congressional candidate Sean Eldridge illegally accepted in-king donations.

RoadUganda defends anti-gay law at UN rights forum.

RoadPortland lesbian couple wins complaint against taxi driver who left them on side of highway: "The couple lodged a complaint with the state in September, saying driver Ahmed Egal made it clear that he objected to their sexual orientation before stopping the cab and leaving them on the side of the road. State investigators say they found substantial evidence supporting the passengers' claim."

RoadCounterpoint: high protein diet NOT as bad for you as smoking.

MaleficentRoadJolie scared children auditioning for Maleficent.

RoadTwo men ordered to get out of taxi in Belfast after kissing: "Mark McLoughlin, who describes himself as bisexual, said the driver objected and swore at them when his male friend kissed him on the cheek and neck. The taxi firm, Fonacab, said it was investigating and 'apologised if any offence has been caused'."

RoadGOP Reps. proudly show off award from anti-gay hate group.

RoadMexico City's Chapultepec Zoo celebrates first hippo birth in 16 years.

RoadAnti-gay groups in Kenya launch campaign against homosexuality: "The groups include the Save our Men Initiative, Maendeleo ya Wanaume, the Kikuyu council of elders, religious groups and professionals. “The support the homosexual community is getting from Western governments like the Netherlands, USA and Germany has given homosexuals boldness that borders on intimidation for the few voices of reason that are standing against their onslaught,” said Peter Munga, the chairman of Mandate Initiative."

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  1. That proposed memorial to all those who died in Norway at the had of that fascist looks utterly poignant and breathtakingly, achingly beautiful.

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Mar 6, 2014 4:25:09 PM

  2. "in-king donations"?

    Oh my!

    Posted by: Randy | Mar 6, 2014 5:20:39 PM

  3. regarding the argument that the salem witch trials purportedly show science can change, you could just as well argue that they show religious beliefs can change. next!

    Posted by: jed | Mar 6, 2014 6:22:01 PM

  4. "In which a conservative terrorist murdered 77 progressives, most of them children" fixed that for you.

    Posted by: Matt | Mar 6, 2014 7:30:11 PM

  5. YAY! More white gay men in Harlem, driving up the property values and running the lower-income black people into Newark!


    Posted by: Jerry | Mar 6, 2014 8:39:47 PM

  6. I can NOT stand JB but how does anyone believe the peeing bit? Someone seems to be doing him more in than he himself is, and that is going some.

    Posted by: lg | Mar 7, 2014 4:01:52 AM

  7. The Swedish memorial is incredibly creative and quite stunning.

    Posted by: Jack M | Mar 7, 2014 8:40:10 AM

  8. You know what bugs me? News writers who can't tell a story without giving the biography of someone I've never heard of in front of it. I thought I was going to read about GMHC 34 years on, and it goes into how traumatized someone was when Harvey Milk died. What does that have to do with GMHC? I'm sure it links up eventually, but I'll never get there.

    And they always do it. Always. Stop it! Just give me the story the headline promised. Leave out the personal journeys.

    Posted by: John Conolley | Mar 7, 2014 10:18:45 AM

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