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Colin Farrell Recites Love Poem to Robert Downey Jr: VIDEO

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Colin Farrell recited an ode about his mancrush on Robert Downey Jr. last week at the Scream Awards.

Said Farrell: "When I think of a hero, I think of one name. He’s brave, he’s bold, he’s bad, and I find him kind of attractive. In fact I wrote a poem about him, it’s a very emotional poem."

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Colin Farrell Prepares to Sink His Teeth into Anton Yelchin

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A new still from the upcoming remake of 80's horror flick Fright Night.

In related news, have you seen the trailer for the sequel to When Harry Met Sally starring Billy Crystal and Helen Mirren? The two have something in common.

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Colin Farrell Speaks Out Against Homophobic Bullying

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Colin Farrell this week released a statement in support of of BeLonG To Youth Service’s STAND UP! Campaign, an anti-bullying campaign in Ireland, and spoke about the abuse endured by his gay brother Eamon (above).

Farrell's statement:

"I can't remember much about the years of physical and emotional abuse my brother Eamon suffered. I was very small. The thing i do remember though, quite literally, is blood on his school shirt when he came home in the afternoon. The beatings and taunting were very frequent for my him and a constant part of his school years. I didn't understand at that time the concept of 'difference'. Back then, as now, he was just my big brother. If I did understand what difference was I understood it in the most pure and unaffected childlike way. To me then, as a child, difference meant being left out. Joy and laughter came with being included, being embraced, and BELONGING to.

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People are often afraid of difference. They feel that anything that causes fear, should be turned away from. My brother represented fear for so many people, but caused joy in my life. From a very young age he made me laugh with his intelligence and wit, made me aspire to his strength and goodness. He was to be embraced. To many of the students of his school however he was to be feared. He was to be turned away from. I didn't understand it then, and I still don't know. As a race we humans are united and divided by emotions. The mother and father of all emotions, the queen and king are love and fear. Love unites, it brings us closer to an understanding of the possibility of beauty amidst all the confusion and pain that life can bring. Hate is a disease. It is fear's messenger and it makes us do terrible things in a shadow of our better selves, of what we could be.

Intolerance is not genetically encoded - it is taught. It is learned at home. It is learned in the classrooms and it is learned anywhere else we gather as a group. But it is usually learned early and added onto from there. If there is nothing to feared, there is nothing to hate. If there is nothing to hate there is no pain. My brother was so forceful in standing up for who he was, and for the good that he knew was inside of him. Many people missed out on an opportunity, not only to enjoy him, but to enjoy themselves by embracing his "difference". They missed out because they saw him as a threat - not as a testament to the kaleidoscope and diversity of this beautiful world. Bullying is torture, it is another betrayal of basic human decency and its scars reach way into the future of its survivors. But the saddest truth is that not all children survive it. It is a potentially fatal societal illness and must be respected and not feared. Respected and dealt with as a very real problem and as an adversary of a potentially harmonious world, that should have no place for bullies or bullying."

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Belarus roadActivists arrested, fined a month's pay in Belarus for protesting Iranian execution of gays.

 roadFancy fashion gays Jacobs and Martone swimsuit frolic on beaches of St. Barts.

 roadAT&T halts sales of iPhone to NYC zip codes: city not ready.

 roadGet ready for the New Year's Eve Blue Moon (and eclipse in some areas)!

 roadNYT on the success of gay candidates: "There are currently at least 445 openly gay and lesbian people holding elected office in the United States, up from 257 eight years ago, according to the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund, a political group that supports gay candidates. "

 roadConnecticut Sears security supervisor arrested for breach of peace and alleged hate crime: "Manchester police said in November, Garrido made inappropriate comments to his own employees about the sexual orientation of a lieutenant with the Buckland Hills Mall security. According to the arrest warrant, one of the comments made by Garrido was, 'I’m not gonna let the little gay kid tell me how to do my job.' Garrido told Eyewitness News that the accusations are nothing more than a misunderstanding."

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Wentz  roadSomething fairly violent happened to Pete Wentz.

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 roadMr. Gay UK 2006 Mark Carter arrested: "PC Mark Carter, 27, has been suspended from his job with West Yorkshire Police after the alleged incident in Leeds at the weekend. The police officer was arrested at a city centre hotel in the early hours of Saturday morning and later released on bail. A police spokesman said: 'A 27-year old man has been arrested on suspicion of committing a serious sexual offence.'"

 roadFred Phelps' new target: Lady Gaga.

 roadReally homophobic editorial about gay parents in Australia's The Age.

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 roadChris Pine's crotch grab.

 roadJude Law shows off his beach body.

Pride roadWalk with Pride: Photography project documents Gay Pride celebrations around the world.

 road13-year-old survivor of Comoros islands plane crash speaks for the first time: "In the middle of her makeshift raft, a piece of aircraft fuselage, she noticed a porthole and peered through it into the inky depths. The sight of dark shapes moving below filled her with terror. 'I couldn’t bear it any longer,' she said. 'I couldn’t move any more. It was the end. I closed my eyes.'"

 roadMalcolm X attorney Percy Sutton dead at 89.

 roadBartender found stabbed to death, left in the middle of dance floor at gay club in rural Houma, Louisiana: "The body of Robert LeCompte, 39, was found inside The Drama Club, 126 N. Hollywood Road, after Terrebonne Parish sheriff's deputies were called out at 3:45 a.m., said Maj. Malcolm Wolfe, a Sheriff's Office spokesman. The bar's owner, Randall Chesnut, who lived with LeCompte in Houma, called deputies when LeCompte failed to show up after closing. Wolfe said there were no indications of forced entry at the bar, which normally closes at 2 a.m. There are no suspects, Wolfe said. The bar is a dance club that attracts a predominantly gay and lesbian clientele. Chesnut said in a telephone interview that he was told LeCompte was found on the club's dance floor."


Colin Farrell to Celebrate a Gay Marriage This Weekend

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Colin Farrell will help bless his gay brother Eamon's wedding this weekend in Ireland, according to local media:

"Eamon Farrell is having a blessing to mark his union with artist boyfriend Steve Mannion. According to the Irish Independent, the pair actually got married in Canada this summer, with Colin as Eamon's best man. At the time Eamon lamented the fact he and his partner could not wed in Ireland...After the wedding blessing the couple will spend the evening with a host of well-wishers in Krystle nightclub, a funky venue on Harcourt Street in Dublin. The club has private booths, a pent house and a VIP suite – ideal for accommodating the VIP party. It will be a family night out, including Farrell’s mother Rita and sisters Claudine and Catherine, the Independent reports. A gang of other Irish celebs will be there too."


News: Tiger Woods, ENDA, Catholic Church, Jake Gyllenhaal, Burj

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Human Rights Campaign refuses to comment on ENDA delay, accuses journalist Rex Wocker of being "out of touch" with group's efforts.

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Opera's "barihunks" get some attention.

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Jake Gyllenhaal may or may not be a single man.

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L.A. Times condemns Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox signers of the anti-gay Manhattan Declaration. "They need to be reminded that this is a nation of laws, not of men -- even holy men." The Village Voice chats with one of the signers.

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Chelsea Clinton engaged to Marc Mezvinsky: "We’re sorry for the mass e-mail but we wanted to wish everyone a belated Happy Thanksgiving! We also wanted to share that we are engaged! We didn’t get married this past summer despite the stories to the contrary, but we are looking toward next summer and hope you all will be there to celebrate with us."

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Tiger Woods asks for privacy following weekend car accident/domestic argument.

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Catholic Church in Ireland covered up thousands of child sexual abuse cases. Here's the video report on CNN.

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AP: civil union vs marriage debate is back. "Dan Hawes, the head organizer for the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, agrees that it makes sense to seek even limited legal protections in states where gay people have none, but disagrees that fighting for marriage has detracted from that work. 'It's not that these fights are mutually exclusive of each other, so that's why we don't think it makes sense to negotiate against ourselves,' Hawes said."

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Salt Lake Tribune profiles transgender cop in Bountiful, Utah: "Although some employees have trouble remembering to use masculine pronouns, Bountiful Police Chief Tom Ross says, 'everyone's done a great job of accepting Kerry and staying focused on why we're here in the first place.'"

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Mark boyfriend David Blue in talks to return to Ugly Betty.

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T Magazine profiles Madrid-based Candy publisher Luis Venegas.

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Scientists develop rainbow trap.


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Soup Cans talks to newscaster Jane Velez-Mitchell: "My coming out as gay has not only NOT negatively impacted my career, it’s actually been a plus! People love it when you reveal yourself for who you really are. The fact is most people are pretty much obsessed with themselves so they don’t really care who you fall in love with. All the fear I had about coming out was self-generated. The sky didn’t fall down. The sun came up the next morning. Eureka!"

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Melting: Polar Bear habitat shrinking as ice thins.

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First nightclub for Bears opens in Tel Aviv.

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A look inside the Burj Dubai.

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Colin Farrell on look-out for paparazzi in Mexico.

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Transcript: Northwest pilots who overshot were "distracted" by "company issues" in the cockpit.

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New worry for gay men with HIV? "A rare parasitic disease, which normally only is transmitted by contaminated water, has been shown to be transmitted by gay sex between hiv-positive men. In the industrial world the disease is virtually absent, but from now on that could change."

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The NYT profiles Madonna squeeze Jesus Luz.

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Mormon leadership not signed on to anti-gay Manhattan Declaration: "So where are the Mormon representatives on this illustrious list? Are they truly backing off their longstanding opposition to gay civil rights?"

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Bionic eye: Blind man sees for first time in 30 years. "The images I see move and that takes a bit of getting used to, but I can see cars - they look like cotton wool. It's exciting to be part of the trial."


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