Despite all of her question dodging, Michele Bachmann tells the Boston Globe she's still committed to fighting marriage equality: "My core principles have not deviated. What I talk about is what people are interested in out here on the campaign trail. I am not shy about talking about standing for marriage between a man and a woman...’’
Actor Ryan Rottman will appear on 90210 next season as "smart, handsome gay 20-something who is confident in his identity and is committed to fighting for marriage equality." The Nickelodeon actor also once recorded a video for the site Straight But Not Narrow, and told viewers, "There’s a million reasons why you shouldn’t be friends with someone - except for them being gay."
James Marsden looks dapper in tweed.
9/11 memorial wine?
Life-like Will and Kate dolls?
Seriously? Ultimate fighter Rodrigo Nogueira says he won't train with gay people: "I have no prejudice against the gays, but I wouldn't train with someone who's gay. I have no malice, I don't take our physical contact as (something) sexual. But what if the gay person has that malice of having physical contact with me, of staying there grappling? I would have no problems having a gay student in my academy, but I would rather not train with him."
Anne Hathaway thinks some of her ex-boyfriends may be gay.
A pop-up ice cream shop for gays makes its debut in London this weekend. I hope it serves straight people, too.
Which Nicolas Cage movie would you rather see: Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance or Trespass? Or, as an alternative, Peggy Sue Got Married?
In other movie news: the trailer for Roman Polanski's Carnage, which stars Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Walz and John C. Reilly.
IBM's new computer chip is based on the human brain: "Each of IBM's brain-mimicking silicon chips is a few square millimetres in size and holds a grid of 256 parallel wires that represent dendrites of computational 'neurons' crossed at right angles by other wires standing in for axons. The 'synapses' are 45-nanometre transistors connecting the criss-crossing wires and act as the chips' memory; one chip has 262,144 of them and the other 65,536. Each electrical signal crossing a synapse consumes just 45 picajoules – a thousandth of what typical computer chips use."
Actress Olivia Wilde wonders, "Who doesn’t want to be an 18-year-old boy?" Probably a lot of people; including me. I'm alright with my age.
Rihanna in feathers.
Once homophobic, reformed Tim Hardaway is fighting the conservative-led recall of three lawmakers who support health benefits for gay city employees.
Spend your weekend watching gay actor Montgomery Clift movies.
More Nebraskans are supporting marriage equality, but majority still oppose.
Thirteen-year old girl and her parents injured after someone mistakes fireworks for candles.
National Organization for Marriage president Brian Brown makes predictable, repulsive and baseless argument: "When you knock over a core pillar of society like marriage, and then try to redefine Biblical views of marriage as bigotry, there will be consequences. Will one of the consequences be a serious push to normalize pedophilia?"
An image from the failed kiss-in protesting Pope Benedict.