News: Poetry Brothel, Dolphin Handjobs, El Niño, Kit Harington

RoadEl Niño is on its way.

RoadCelebration of Equality planned in Wausau, Wisconsin.

ServicedogRoadService dog earns place in high school yearbook.

RoadVIDEO: Woman regularly gave handjobs to a dolphin.

RoadFederal judge in Charleston delays action on case challenging West Virginia gay marriage ban: "U.S. District Court Judge Robert Chambers officially stayed the case, known as McGee v. Cole, until the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit delivers a ruling on a similar case originally filed in Virginia."

RoadMatt Bomer and Zachary Quinto grace the amfAR Inspiration Gala.

RoadKit Harington not allowed to cut hair: “I didn’t realize this until recently and then I kind of, I wanted to cut it -- I’ve had long hair for ages -- and they were like, ‘No, no, no, that won’t be happening.’”

RoadVocativ publishes guide to 35 best U.S. cities for LGBT adults, with L.A. at the top.

RoadLea Michele is dating a male escort.

BrothelRoadQueer NYC poets to read at PRIDE edition of Poetry Brothel on Sunday, June 22. Featuring Michael Klein, Amy King, Angelo Nikolopoulos, Saeed Jones, Carina Finn, Tony Leuzzi, Connie Mae Oliver, and Rachel Herman-Gross.

RoadGay, Lesbian and Allies Senate Staff Caucus reflects on tenth anniversary: " the LGBT community on Capitol Hill has seen drastic changes: the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell;” the Supreme Court’s United States v. Windsor ruling, which led the Senate Disbursing Office to extend employee benefits to married same-sex spouses and their families; the election of the first openly gay senator (Baldwin) and sweeping changes in public opinion on same-sex marriage."

RoadJames Marsden is strutting his stuff on the beach in Hawaii.

RoadEquality Illinois honors Rahm Emanuel, Pat Quinn, Lt. Governor Sheila Simon, Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka, Rep. Greg Harris and Senator Heather Steans for work on marriage equality.

RoadPrince Harry cozies up to a Billy Goat.

Libby_phelpsRoadWestboro Baptist defector Libby Phelps poses for the NOH8 Campaign.

RoadWorld Health Organization and American Medical Association release new policies on forced sterilization and gender reassignment surgery for transgender individuals.

RoadChicago's longest-running gay bar Little Jim's sold, to become LJ's: "Property manager Jeff Shand confirmed to that Little Jim's is being sold to the owner of Cupid's, The Ram and Leather Sport -- all share the same building at the corner of Halsted and Cornelia."

RoadDepartment of the Interior holds panel on designating historic LGBT sites: "The camera shop of San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, the Upstairs Lounge in New Orleans, the fence near Laramie, Wyo., where Matthew Shepard was left to die — these were some of the places mentioned on Tuesday for possible designation as LGBT historic sites."

NRoadOM files retaliatory complaints against HRC and NGLTF in Maine: "The complaints against the Human Rights Campaign and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force stem from campaign activity in the 2009 referendum over Maine’s legislatively enacted gay-marriage law, which voters overturned. They are a direct response to a decision May 28 by Maine’s ethics commission to fine the organization a record $52,250 for failing to register as a ballot question committee and for keeping its donors and activities secret during the 2009 campaign."

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  1. I love LA! West coast represent! Eff New York, it's so overrated!

    Posted by: remember before | Jun 11, 2014 4:20:28 PM

  2. Lea is either a secret lesbian with the escort as a paid beard or she is deluded because dating an escort wont end well

    Posted by: Moz's | Jun 11, 2014 4:39:58 PM

  3. That picture looks like a Klingon and a Cardassian about to mate.

    Posted by: crispy | Jun 11, 2014 4:48:44 PM

  4. "That picture looks like a Klingon and a Cardassian about to mate."

    This assessment is hilarious and spot-on.

    Posted by: Sergio | Jun 11, 2014 5:06:42 PM

  5. L.A. is the best city for gays because it's the best city for ANYONE! Shhhh, though, don't tell anyone. We don't necessarily want an avalanche of people moving out here .... oh .... wait.

    That said, I'm glad the days of WeHo being a gay ghetto and the only comfortable place for gays to live and be are long over, and now it's a wonderful mixed neighborhood with a large and happy gay population. It's also been voted the most walkable city in Southern California, so it's got a whole lot going for it! And I believe the weather in SoCal is what's known in meteorological circles as "Perfect."

    Posted by: Zlick | Jun 11, 2014 5:20:17 PM

  6. To which I should add: WOW, 10 of the Top 35 best gay cities are in California. OK, LA and SF top the list, and San Diego, San Jose and maybe even Sacramento and Stockton are OK. But, seriously, Riverside, Fresno, Bakersfield, and Oxnard? WTF? Those are all cess pits. Gays stay away!

    Posted by: Zlick | Jun 11, 2014 5:25:27 PM

  7. So. A service dog gets a picture in a yearbook, and yet we hear about the transgender kids whose pictures DON'T get in their own yearbook.

    Posted by: raybob | Jun 11, 2014 6:25:18 PM

  8. If it makes Kit feel any better, we weren't allowed to get hair cuts in high school theater without permission...

    Posted by: Ryan | Jun 11, 2014 9:26:16 PM

  9. How the hell is Long Beach, CA not on that list? They just elected a gay mayor and it has probably quadruple the gay establishments as Stockton.

    Posted by: Craig | Jun 11, 2014 10:38:54 PM

  10. Yeah, that's not fair, technically ... but Long Beach likely got rolled up into Los Angeles, where it's generally considered one of several gay-centric enclaves. Of course, it's actually its own city ... but then again, so is West Hollywood, which of course got rolled up into Los Angeles.

    Posted by: Zlick | Jun 12, 2014 12:10:07 AM

  11. Yeah...I agree those list assessments for gay cities are waaaaay off. Des Moines. WTF. I grew up there and visit regularly, it's fine, I guess, but not exactly a gay paradise...

    Posted by: B | Jun 12, 2014 1:24:08 AM

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