News: Nicholas Hoult, Chloie Jonnson, Florida, Morrissey
Cue the Jaws theme.
Mississippi activists, colleges, clergy push back against AZ-style 'religious freedom' bill.
The captain of the Queen Mary 2, and his ship.
Prince Harry continues to give to the Invictus Wounded Warriors and gives to us all with his legs up.
Philip Seymour Hoffman's film God's Pocket gets a release date.
Jamie Lee Curtis to bring story of first gay baseball player Glenn burke to the screen: "Although his teammates and management knew the truth, Burke didn’t go public with his sexuality until 1982, in an appearance on NBC’s Today with Bryant Gumbel. It was still an act of courage, because Burke was the first ballplayer to do so."
Campaign to preserve NYC gay landmarks heats up.
All seven of Texas' openly LGBT congressional candidates won their primaries on Tuesday.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan threatens ban of Facebook and YouTube: "Erdoğan claims social media sites have been abused by his political enemies, in particular his former ally US-based Turkish Muslim cleric Fethullah Gülen, who, he says, is behind a stream of 'fabricated' audio recordings posted on the internet purportedly revealing corruption in his inner circle. 'We are determined on this subject. We will not leave this nation at the mercy of YouTube and Facebook,' Erdoğan said in an interview late on Thursday with the Turkish broadcaster ATV. 'We will take the necessary steps in the strongest way.'"
Hank Plante: On McConaughey's Dallas Buyers Snub. “Never trust a man who is his own hero.”
David Beckham appears shirtless on his balcony in Rio.
Nicholas Hoult graces the cover of the spring/summer issue of Vman.
Morrissey's new album is called World Peace is None of Your Business: "Set for late June/early July release worldwide by Harvest Records thru Capitol. Morrissey is said to be 'beyond ecstatic' with the album, all 12 tracks of which were produced by Joe Chiccarelli in France."
Judge says lawsuit from Gay-Straight Alliance against Lake County, Florida school district can move forward: "The lawsuit, which was filed in December of 2013, is the second lawsuit in less than year brought by students at Carver Middle School challenging the School Board’s ongoing efforts to block the students’ constitutionally-protected right to establish a GSA to combat bullying at their school. The judge’s order also dismissed a motion for preliminary injunction which would have allowed the club to meet immediately, but the case will continue on to the next phase, where the parties exchange evidence."
Nick Jonas and his arms lunch with his bro.
Miley Cyrus hits back at Katy Perry over tonguing incident.
Trans athlete suing Crossfit: "Chloie Jonnson has filed a $2.5 MILLION lawsuit against CF -- claiming she underwent sex reassignment surgery in 2006 and is legally recognized as a woman by the State of California. But when Chloie -- 5'4", 151 lbs -- asked the powers that be about competing in the Games with the ladies, she was shot down hard."
Democrats push Obama on ENDA: “Time is of the essence,” the draft of the letter to Obama states. “Even with an executive order in place, full implementation of these protections will require regulations to be developed and finalized, a process that will take many months, if not longer, to fully put in place.”
Lance Bass talks about how Joey Fatone discovered he was gay: “Joey walked in on me with the guy I was dating just kind of sitting on my lap,” Bass revealed to ‘’Access Hollywood’’ on March 5. “Straight guys don’t do that,” he joked.
Researchers unlock mystery of out-of-body experiences: "The researchers found that something dramatic, and consistent with her account, was happening in her brain: The fMRI showed a "strong deactivation of the visual cortex" while "activating the left side of several areas associated with kinesthetic imagery," which includes mental imagery of bodily movement. This is the part of the brain that makes it possible for us to interact with the world. It's what makes you feel where your body is in relation to the world."