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RoadAfrican gays seek legal help amid spate of harsh criminal penalties.

GlaserRoadMad Men gets psychedelic promo poster from Milton Glaser.

RoadFamily calls 911 after angry cat traps them in bedroom.

RoadUgandan activists take anti-gay law to Constitutional Court: "The activists — under a group called Civil Society Coalition on Human Rights and Constitutional Law — filed the petition Tuesday in the presence of some prominent Ugandan gay will be several months, even years, before judges reach a decision in the case."

ARoadlert: There's a bogus 'study' smearing the Southern Poverty Law Center.

RoadNational Review goes all in for anti-gay discrimination. "For months, National Review's staff has worked to invent bogus justifications for anti-gay business discrimination, condemning non-discrimination efforts as a form of government overreach. Long before states like Kansas and Arizona sought to pass laws allowing business to refuse service to gay and lesbian customers, National Review was championing business owners who had been sued for engaging in anti-gay discrimination."

RoadZac Efron is "100 percent down" for more High School Musical.

RoadRicky Martin mobbed at Rio airport.

Arin_katieRoadTrans former couple who starred in Barneys' Bruce Weber campaign to release memoirs.

RoadHow many square feet will $1 million buy you in  every major city?

RoadMeet the world's LGBT billionaires: "This year’s Forbes Billionaires list featured 172 women – more than ever before – and unearthed 268 new ten-figure fortunes. At least one member of the world’s 50 richest people can be found on every continent except Antarctica. Yet just seven, or 0.4%, of the globe’s 1,645 billionaires openly identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender."

ERoadlephants can distinguish different human languages: "A study found the gentle giants can distinguish a warlike tribe from a more peaceable people, simply by listening to recordings of their voices. Not only could the African elephants tell the two languages apart, they could also work out if the speaker was a man or a woman and an adult or a child."

DaddiesRoadNew Orleans-based parenting magazine puts gay dads on cover, gets calls for boycott from angry Catholics.

RoadGame of Thrones takes the cover of Vanity Fair.

RoadThe International Christian School of Hong Kong demands its employees align to a 'Morality Contract,' which, among other things, stipulates a heterosexual-only workforce and prohibits unmarried couples who live together from working in the school.

RoadSkrillex releases surprise debut album.

RoadLinda Harvey finally admits that the whole "protect marriage" fight is a mask for something else: "We aren’t fighting to protect marriage because the term and tradition are important. Let’s be honest that the only reason for this dispute is because people want to engage in anatomically challenged behavior that is observably unnatural, medically risky, improper as an example for children, and changeable.  And it’s a behavior God calls sin. There is no other biblical description of homosexuality except always and only a big taboo."

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  1. "Trans former couple..."

    I clicked on that expecting to find an article about Megatron and Starscream.

    Posted by: crispy | Mar 11, 2014 4:27:25 PM

  2. Poor Zac. Just further proof that a pretty face and body only gets you so far in Hollywood.

    Posted by: Sam | Mar 11, 2014 4:35:14 PM

  3. "Let’s be honest that the only reason for this dispute is because people want to engage in anatomically challenged behavior that is observably unnatural, medically risky, improper as an example for children, and changeable."

    PEOPLE, PEOPLE, PLEASE!!! Stay out of Chris Christie's bedroom!

    Posted by: Mags | Mar 11, 2014 4:40:43 PM

  4. Linda Harvey would have been married off to a farmer a few hundred years ago at the age of twelve and if she ever interpreted the bible, back then in public as a female, she would have been burned alive for being a heretic. All bad things .... wait.

    Posted by: Gibblet | Mar 11, 2014 5:11:52 PM

  5. Linda Harvey's quote should be used at all the trials concerning marriage equality.

    Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Mar 11, 2014 5:27:51 PM

  6. "people want to engage in anatomically challenged behavior that is observably unnatural"

    Really? I'm not lesbian, but lesbians seem to fit together real well in all kinds of ways.

    As for men, penises seem to fit real well into hands and mouths and butts. In particular (and it's always the male buttsex they're obsessed with) there's no denying that the prostate can only really be stimulated from the rectum. Why is there even a rectum in the first place? Why doesn't the colon just curl up right to the anus? The rectum is just long and straight enough to accommodate an erect penis. And the anus is so naturally stretchy that it can also accommodate an erect penis. Plainly there is an evolutionary advantage to having anatomy that's pretty near to perfect for anal sex. If you believe in a creator, then this was intentional. If you trust the evidence of evolution, then it is natural.

    Posted by: Randy | Mar 11, 2014 5:29:31 PM

  7. "Family calls 911 after angry cat traps them in bedroom"

    I hope they were billed for frivolous use of 911 services.

    Alternatively, the cat is actually a dangerous animal that they are clearly incapable of controlling and either it should be killed, or their child should be removed from their custody.

    I sincerely hope Jimmy Kimmel made this story up.

    Posted by: Randy | Mar 11, 2014 5:35:30 PM

  8. I remember this bizarre "trans couple" - a woman becoming a man and a man becoming a woman. Heterosexual before transition and heterosexual after. What this has to do with gay people is beyond me.

    Anyway, it is no big shock that the heterosexual tranny couple, who strutted before the cameras proclaiming their love, have already broken up. Of course they will still work to publish their "memoirs" - as if they have anything to say that would be of interest.

    Trans activists love media attention but live unstable lives, as this incident illustrates.

    Posted by: Jackson | Mar 11, 2014 5:38:28 PM

  9. "There's a bogus 'study' smearing the Southern Poverty Law Center."

    Lots to comment on today... Regardless of whatever this study says, it was already evident that the SPLC is not an evidence-based or equality-aimed organization, particularly on issues relating to sexism against men (for example, it's still routine to hear major celebrities laugh about unnecessary genital cutting of babies, or the slicing off of genitals of men who "deserve it" as if that could even be possible)

    SPLC is happy to lend its name and website to mere opinions and anecdotes that are not backed up by studies (yet the people opposed to them are supposed to be held to a higher standard apparently).

    It's disappointing to acknowledge that your friends are less-then-admirable, but I will not stand for people claiming to defend me with one arm, while stabbing me in the back with the other.

    Posted by: Randy | Mar 11, 2014 6:02:56 PM

  10. RE: Artcile about how many square feet $1 Million can buy you in every major city...

    San Francisco tops the list as the most expensive and it just so happens that each square foot costs about $666.

    Now, we wait for the religious nutjobs to put some sort of religious spin on that number connecting it to teh gayz.

    Posted by: Nat | Mar 11, 2014 9:09:06 PM

  11. Jackson is yet another alias of our anti-Trans troll who never, ever provides examples or information to back up his argument that Trans people are homophobic. What a pathetic excuse for a human being.

    Posted by: Tyler | Mar 11, 2014 9:12:01 PM

  12. "anatomically challenged" .. lol!

    Linda Harvey needs to stop projecting her own physical disabilities upon others.

    And do gay websites get a kickback from WND for covering and linking to her inane ramblings? They're the only place I ever hear about this nutjob. They really should stop.

    Posted by: Lexis | Mar 11, 2014 11:53:22 PM

  13. Very well put, Randy! I can't disagree with any of what you say.

    Posted by: Neil | Mar 12, 2014 12:43:40 AM

  14. Every major city? Try every major US city. And, by the way, you have only one.

    Posted by: tristram | Mar 12, 2014 1:04:25 AM

  15. Tristram, that would depend on one's definition of a major city.

    Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Mar 12, 2014 2:08:44 AM

  16. Very excited about the VF cover and article!!

    Posted by: Jack M | Mar 12, 2014 8:00:04 AM

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