Lambda Literary Awards handed out in New York.
Quincy, Massachusetts Church of the Presidents has its rainbow flag stolen for the fourth time in nine months: "The flag was stolen last August, and again last September. Two months later it was burned, and this week it was stolen yet again. It’s a symbol of the congregation’s support for equal rights for [GLBT] persons."
Candy Spelling: Tori Spelling killed my husband.
Mixner: On becoming a civil rights movement.
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St. Petersburg, Florida vetoes unmessaged rainbow flag: "They say the flag does not meet St. Petersburg's street banner policy, which states all banners must carry a written message."
Orlando Bloom celebrates Burberry Day!
New Yorkers plan weekend rally to pressure state senator George Onorato, who continues to refuse to meet with his constitutents on same-sex marriage.
T.R. Knight done with Grey's Anatomy? Looks that way.
Mom saves the day.
British soap EastEnders to feature gay Muslim storyline.
Gay Times: Cristiano Ronaldo is the sexiest man alive.
Pennsylvania court rules in favor of an accountant whose license was revoked following a hate crime conviction: "The panel, in a 2-1 ruling, ordered the board to impose a lessor punishment on Kevin Allen Ake, who was convicted of a felony in Chicago for leaving messages on the answering machine of a lesbian he believed had him kicked out of the YMCA for trying to start a Bible program."
Fred Hochberg sworn in as 23rd president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Porn actors Damien Crosse and Francesco D'Macho get married.
Senator David Vitter does not support the Uniting American Families Act.
Once Upon a Time: A significant Keith Haring mural turned 20 this week.
7 unanswered questions in the Angie Zapata murder case.
Harrah's Casino hopes you don't boycott Nevada because of its Domestic Partner bill-vetoing governor.
Schwarzenegger parole board appointee rejected for anti-gay comments: "Douglas Drummond, a former Long Beach City Council member, had been censured by the council for voicing support of Fidel Castro's sequestering of gays in Cuba, applauding the fact that same-sex couples don't reproduce and saying about gay political activity: 'How do we deal with it short of killing them?'"