Gerard Butler set his own tongue wagging in the locker room at a charity football match he joined between Manchester United and Celtic last night to raise funds for famine in East Africa.
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What would you ask the National Organization for Marriage?
Every sister should have a brother like Antoine Dodson.
Because he's worth it: Gerard Butler the new face of L'Oreal.
Six teens who attacked gay pastor and his friend in Piedmont Park in Atlanta on July 2 to be charged as adults in bias crime: "Rev. Josh Noblitt of Saint Mark United Methodist Church and his partner were attacked and robbed by gunpoint in Piedmont Park on July 2. Before they were attacked, the couple was asked by the alleged assailants if they were gay. 'They walked up directly to us and asked, ‘Are y’all gay? Two men laying on a blanket. We ought to beat y’all for that,’' Noblitt told the Georgia Voice."
States that allow gay marriage.
Senator John Cornyn to attend Log Cabin fundraiser: "I don’t want people to misunderstand and think that I don’t respect the dignity of every human being regardless of sexual orientation."
Lick-orice: Nomi Malone, immortalized in Red Vines.
Tom Hardy dips a hand inside his boxers.
YouTube censors lesbian kiss?
Anti-hate vigil held outside Staten Island White Castle where gay men were beaten: "I ask that we stop the racism, we stop the violence that is so painful, which is simply beyond explanation — painful. I ask that we all live in peace. We are all the same color blood no matter your race, your nationality, or gender or sexual identity. What matters is that we live in peace, that’s all I ask."
Did Obama skip the Boy Scouts jamboree to avoid angering gays? Conservatives seem to think so.
Do you need a real daddy to help you with domestic things?
Gay-friendly Republican John Dennis challenging Nancy Pelosi in SF.
Chanel fur suits and July don't mix.
It's prophesied, bitches.
Straight female impersonator suing Simon Cowell: "I'm a female impersonator, that's what I put on my application. It's my niche, I'm not gay or a transvestite. Even one of the producers said, 'Are you gay? You must be.' My relatives think I'm a cross-dresser now, some sort of tranny. I've been married since 1977 and I have a daughter. I'm as straight as you can get. They're portraying me as something I'm not which is defamation against my character. It's not who I am."
Rupert Everett concerned his brain has been permanently damaged from drug use.
Phytoplankton declining in world's oceans.
Gay bar to open in Berwyn, Illinois.
Vermont's gay community center has relocated: "RU12 moved from its offices in Burlington to the Champlain Mill in Winooski. The center said it wanted a more accessible space with room for meetings and events. It hopes the new location will encourage more people to visit and get involved. 'We really want to remind people that we are here and at our new location we are hoping to make some new connections and reach out to a broader community outside of the Burlington area, because we are statewide, so this is a good opportunity to let people know that,' said Kara Deleonardis, RU12 Community Center."
BP "pleased" with new cap on Gulf leak — verdict days away...
Berlin Fashion Week: the whiskered look for Fall?
Mitchell Gold marries his partner Tim Scofield in Iowa: "The two held the ceremony in Des Moines because Iowa is one of the five states, along with Washington, D.C., that recognizes same-sex marriages. They also appreciated the symbolism of Iowa as part of the nation's heartland, as well as the ruling of district court judge Robert Hanson, which led the Iowa Supreme court to permit same-sex marriages. Judge Hanson performed the ceremony at the Des Moines Art Center on June 19."
A free remix of Kele Okereke's track "Tenderoni".
Will the 'Google App Inventor' be a boon for the Android platform, or just fill it with useless apps?
Brit TAB: Women often 'go lesbo' at 40.
Facebook to add "panic button" for bullied teens in UK: "The button will actually connect the teens with resources hosted by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), an organization run in part by the UK government. Teens will be given advice and resources on dealing with potential threats on the Internet, and they may also report users who they believe are acting inappropriately toward them."
The Mona Lisa of our time?
Brandon Flowers drops cover artwork for Flamingo.
James Cameron picks up $350 million 'Avatar' paycheck.
Blindness-causing toxic weed spreads in Ontario, Canada: "The concern is it's a very poisonous plant, in the sense that if you get any of the sap from this plant on your skin, it can cause severe blistering and very bad burns."
More than 1,000 attend Houston Astros Pride Night at the Park.
Gay Dubai student sentenced to three years in prison asks court to segregate him from the general prison population if his sentence is upheld: "The 22-year-old M N was sentenced to three years in jail by Dubai Criminal Court of First Instance in March after he appeared in pornographic pictures that were distributed online. He was arrested at Dubai International Airport on July 20 last year with his male partner, who had been convicted of homosexuality and sentenced to one year in jail. Yaser al Naqbi, M N’s lawyer, said in today's closing argument that his client should be acquitted because of what he called improper arrest and search procedures. He also called the writ used when apprehending M N into question."
Jon Hamm dons a baseball uniform.
Gerard Butler is ready to mount his Hog.
Bombers target World Cup soccer fans in Uganda, kill more than 60: "The bombs exploded at 10:30 p.m. local time in the middle of the match between Spain and the Netherlands under way in South Africa, with at least three explosions hitting a popular Ethiopian garden restaurant and a large rugby field in a different Kampala neighborhood where hundreds of people had massed to watch the game. More than 70 people were injured."
Male model fix: Caleb Lane.
If Queen Latifah considers being a lesbian to be part of her "personal, personal life" then she will never come out.
Castleford Rugby Club bans three fans for anti-gay abuse of player Gareth Thomas.
Rush Limbaugh sells NYC penthouse for $11.5 million: "A year after railing about the high tax burden on wealthy New Yorkers, Rush Limbaugh, the conservative radio talk-show host, is severing one more tie with New York, selling his lushly decorated Fifth Avenue penthouse to an undisclosed buyer. Mr. Limbaugh's 10-room condominium, which features a 30-foot-wide living room with fireplace and four terraces overlooking Central Park at East 86th Street, went into contract Thursday for a bit under the final $12.95 million asking price, brokers said."
NY Attorney General candidates: Would you file suit against DOMA?
The Bilerico Project examines the money behind GetEQUAL.
A mystery space object (likely asteroid) struck Jupiter.
The Illegal Wedding Fair is happening this weekend in NYC.
Fran Drescher's ex-husband is gay.
Gary Coleman's wife comes off as a selfish, negligent bitch.
St. Petersburg, Russia Gay Pride organizers arrested at demonstration: "his public protest, organised on the last day of each month by the political opposition and several human rights groups, was not authorised by the authorities. The French news agency Agence France Presse reported that 300 participants in the St. Petersburg rally. Organisers said that 100 people were arrested during the march. St. Petersburg Gay Pride organisers Maria Efremenkova and Alexader Sheremetyev were among the people detained in St Petersburg. 'They were violent and threw us on the ground,' said Ms Efremenkova."
Enrique Iglesias teams up with Jersey Shore.
Johnny Weir is getting involved in the AIDS/Lifecycle benefit through one of his fans, named Rider X.
Fantastic Man features plus-size men in sponsored content.
Mississippi governor Haley Barbour praises BP, mocks news coverage of oil spill: "But we haven’t had, really, any impact. I mean, we haven’t had enough oil hit Mississippi’s beaches to fill up a milk jug."
Gay man, lesbian chosen for Pentagon panels.
Robyn and Kelis announce summer tour dates.
Portland center for gay youths reaches out to African-Americans in location move: "At our old location we saw primarily fairly affluent, white young people; our number for youth of color was really low, and we knew we were not meeting a community need. We discovered that when we serve youth in their neighborhood, they feel more safe and welcomed. It was the perfect choice to move to MLK."
Russell Brand flashes his headlights.
Concept art for Chris Evans as Captain America.
West Valley, Utah passes LGBT anti-discrimination ordinance.
Photos - Gerard Butler gets in uniform for the Iraq war version of Shakespeare's Coriolanus: "Ralph Fiennes is starring in and directing the movie, which is about a banished hero of Rome who allies with a sworn enemy to take his revenge on the city."
The Good Men Project: a new online magazine for all men.
Austinites split over Gay Pride: "This week, two Austin groups — Austin Gay and Lesbian Pride Foundation and Queer Bomb — will salute the historic riots in distinct ways."
Fightback NY PAC plays with the anti-gay rhetoric of NY state senator Ruben Diaz, Sr.
Iowa homophobe Chuck Hurley gathers up more than 800 anti-gay pastors in his latest attempt to kill the state's marriage equality law: "During this morning’’s news conference Hurley referred to the 800-plus ministers who signed his group’s petition as 'real' pastors. 'We are at a crisis moment in this state and we will either stand up for good, Godly, family and marriage or we will go the way of other civilizations that have said, ‘Oh well,’' Hurley said. 'We are here on behalf of 834 pastors who are not willing to say, ‘Oh well,’ and we applaud them for that.'"
Man dies in suicide plunge from Empire State Building: "A 21-year-old man leapt to his death from an observation deck of the Empire State Building on Tuesday, the police said. The man, whose name was not released, got a running start and cleared a barrier on the observation deck, on the 86th floor, about 6:15 p.m., the police said." Update: Man ID'ed as Cameron Dabaghi, a student at Yale.
Toads: earthquake detectors?
Hollywood to butcher Goldie Hawn, one film at a time.
Couple becomes Buffalo, New York's first domestic partnership: "Kitty Lambert and Cheryle Rudd were outside the City Clerk's office when it opened this morning to fill out the Sworn Statement of Domestic Partnership."
Celebrating Ewan McGregor!
Queering the Census sticker campaign goes viral. "We want all these stickers to just be a resounding push. We're out here; we expect you to take on this responsibility. We've had a huge response. It's been totally thrilling."
Anger rises over court order for father of slain Marine to pay court costs of Westboro Baptist Church: "As news of the order to pay some of the court costs spread through the news media and online, strangers were moved to send money and set up funds to support Snyder's court battle. And during his television program Tuesday night, commentator Bill O'Reilly of Fox News Channel offered to pay Snyder's legal fees, according to WBAL Radio."
Getting an iPad? Want to pimp it out with Lady Gaga?
Brutal anti-gay gang attack reported near Manchester, UK: "The 17-year-old smashed his head on the kerb and blacked out during the attack as a gang of 10 men shouted homophobic insults and laughed as they stamped on his head and kicked and punched him in the face. A 19-year-old friend, who was also attacked but uninjured, managed to break free from the gang and ran for help."
Calgary, Canada police hold meeting with gay community regarding homophobic violence.
One Iowa ads pressure Mitt Romney on same-sex marriage.
Man who was fired for his drag queen past gets his job back.
Michelle Bachmann accuses civil rights icon John Lewis of lying about being called the N-word.
Drill Baby Drill? "The Obama administration is proposing to open vast expanses of water along the Atlantic coastline, the eastern Gulf of Mexico and the north coast of Alaska to oil and natural gas drilling, much of it for the first time, officials said Tuesday." Republicans unmoved.
Some of the Glee cast get gleeful on the cover of Rolling Stone.
Gerard Butler and his little piggies cover Architectural Digest.
Interview with out actor Gerald McCullouch.
Nine teens charged after bullying causes girl's suicide.
Vancouver gay basher Michael Kandola to plead guilty, try to fight hate crime charge: "Kandola, 22, is charged with aggravated assault in connection with the September 2008 attack on Jordan Smith, 27, on Davie Street in Vancouver's West End neighbourhood. Smith was walking hand in hand with a male companion when he was allegedly confronted by five men, including Kandola. Words were exchanged, with Kandola allegedly screaming obscenities before sucker-punching Smith, who suffered a broken jaw which had to be wired shut for a month."
NJ Housewife Dina Manzo to co-produce My Big Gay Italian Wedding off-Broadway with Reichen Lehmkuhl.
UK gay activist Peter Tatchell speaks out for homophobe's freedom of speech: "American Baptist Shawn Holes was arrested in Glasgow earlier this month and fined £1,000 after declaring that homosexuals deserve 'the wrath of god'. But Tatchell, of gay rights group OutRage! has commented: 'I urge the police and prosecuting authorities to concentrate on tackling serious homophobic hate crimes, instead of wasting public money on petty, distasteful homophobic ranters. The price of freedom of speech is that we sometimes have to put up with opinions that are objectionable and offensive. Just as people should have the right to criticise religion, people of faith should have the right to criticise homosexuality. Only incitements to violence should be illegal.'"