Jared Leto Hub
Earlier this year, Jared Leto stopped by Terry Richardson's studio and let the photographer shave his locks off. The two recently reunited (sans shirts), posing as one another in these new pics. Good thing there isn't a razor in sight because not only has Leto let his hair grow back, but he's gone to all that trouble of having it frosted.
A couple of pics of Leto solo, AFTER THE JUMP.
Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and others attend the 2010 Wimbledon Champions Ball. Nice tux!
Families forcing gay men in the UK into straight marriages. Also an interesting finding, the UK has a Forced Marriage Unit that investigates this phenomenon.
If a gay (but celibate) man is appointed Bishop of Southwark, conservative parishes of the Church of England might seek leadership abroad.
Gallagher, he of watermelon-smashing fame, is now "a paranoid, delusional, right-wing religious maniac." (And still isn't funny.)
The cute cyclist above got into quite a scrape. It's probably wrong to check out his ass when he's in pain. Here's hoping it heals quickly.
South African Caster Semenya—banned from competitive running for nearly a year over a gender controversy—has been cleared by the findings of a panel of experts. It took them 11 months to figure out she's a woman?
The hottest guys of...The Price is Right???
That Bachelor relationship sounds like it went from honeymoon to seven-year itch overnight, with Jake Pavelka admitting he withheld sex from his faux-fiancée after less than a month of togetherness.
George Michael arrested. Again.
Via Kenneth In The (212): An op-ed by a gay scholar who thinks "the argument for upholding California's gay marriage ban has merit—not because the policy is fair or wise (it isn't) but because it represents a reasonable judgment that the people of California are entitled to make." Huh?
Today, controversial artist Mr. Brainwash finds beauty everywhere.
The only person convicted in the Lockerbie bombing, Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi, was released by Scotland last year so he could die in Libya...except it turns out he "could survive 10 years or longer."
Jared Leto's hair-raising appearance for Christian Dior.
DC Agenda: HRC's Solmonese "takes it on the chin" at LGBT leadership town hall.
Jared Leto strips down for concert.
Restore Stephen Baldwin's bank account in the name of Jesus!
Frontline exposé: The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan. "It’s an ancient practice, secretly revived--young boys sold by families to ‘entertain’ wealthy merchants and warlords. An undercover investigation into this illicit sex trade..."
Marriage tour: Gay couple to wed in every state they can.
Nick Herbert, the UK shadow environment secretary, to try to persuade the Polish government to change its anti-gay views.
Hate group MassResistance is freaking out over all the pro-gay politicians in the Massachusetts governor race: "Social conservatives, who typically identify more closely with Republican candidates in Massachusetts, are conflicted this year, with a gubernatorial race that features three major candidates – a Democrat, a Republican and an Independent – who agree on the validity of gay marriage and the right of pregnant women to choose whether to have an abortion."
Cyndi Lauper's Memphis Blues. The art direction's a bit of a mess but I bet the music's good.
Ohio GOP thinks female congresswoman belongs back in the kitchen.
Gay Deputy Campaign Manager for Obama Steve Hildebrand joins Faith in America: “This work is what is going to have an impact. That is where I want to put significant energy to achieve equality. This organization is doing the best work with changing the hearts and minds of Americans.”
U.S. military launches mysterious unmanned space shuttle.
Tim Tebow drafted by Denver Broncos. Now he can hang out with Brady Quinn and visit Focus on the Family (in Colorado Springs) any time he wants.
Separate New York Fashion Week for menswear considered: "Menswear is regularly shown in the Big Apple during the fashion weeks held in September and February, and mixed in with the numerous womenswear shows. But menswear designers say that debuting their collections in September--three months after Milan and Paris hold their Men's Fashion Weeks--is bad for business."
Lesbians make UK birth certificate history.
23-year-old man charged with murder of British diplomat John Terry in Jamaica: "Jamaican Assistant Police Commissioner Les Green identified the suspect as Richard Ewan, a security guard from Montego Bay. Mr Green said Ewan knew Mr Terry but declined to state the nature of their relationship. Mr Terry was found beaten and strangled at his home in northwestern Jamaica in early September. His body was discovered, wrapped in a sheet, by his gardener, with a handwritten note on his body describing him as a 'batty man', local slang for a homosexual."
The George, Dublin's best known gay bar, turns 25.
SF-area men get six months for anti-gay BB gun attack.
David Frum publishing excerpts from the journal of a gay officer at war.
Rod Townsend on "meanness" and the internet: "The facility the Internet provides to allow impulsive, negative, lazy thought to come out is unmatched. We have "cyber-bullying" in our schools and advertiser dollars and book deals going to blistering, boisterous bloggers. Just like a lot of things in life, the first step is to take a moment and think before acting."
One-time lovers: Oprah and who?
Should gay business owners out themselves to job candidates? "Work is not a place where you're talking about your sex life. However, because we are eight gay people and sometimes we talk about things that happen to be gay related, I just felt compelled to tell him."
Jared Leto not afraid of a pink mohawk.
Why is the time on photos of the iPad and iPhone always set to 9:41 or 9:42?
Conan O'Brien announces move to...TBS?
George Michael's Grindr habits discussed.
From the underground: Earthworms form herds, make group decisions.
I Love You Phillip Morris gets new release date: July 30.
Thomas Roberts gives interview to GQ on being a survivor of the Catholic Church: "I don't really know why the problem exists. People who take on a role as a leader within the Church though would be much more human and approachable if they were allowed to have a loved one, a partner, someone to share their life with, so that they can actually relate to people on a human level. We’ve put many priests on pedestals. They’re supposed to be infallible, and it’s simply not true. They’re just human beings."
Male model fix: Greg Kheel.
Malta city council wants phallic monument removed before Pope's visit: "in the opinion of the council, the Pope's first visit among us risks being a source of embarrassment to the people of Luqa and the Maltese in general, due to the obscene 'monument' which is still dominating the 'LIDL' roundabout on one's entry into the village."
The Glee promos just keep coming...
A glimpse behind-the-scenes on Christina Aguilera's clip for "Not Myself Tonight".
Hot Chip covers Shakira's "She Wolf".
Fred Karger tells Southern GOP that he might run for President: "Karger said he held the press conference Saturday at 11 am and threw a party Saturday night in a suite in the conference headquarters hotel – the Hilton Riverside – 'which was a mix of Republican attendees to the Southern Republican Leadership Conference and some friends of friends - the LGBTers.'"
New site launched for gay and lesbian Mennonites.
Growing up gay on Long Island...
Investigations begin on woman who sent her 7-year-old adopted Russian son alone on a one-way flight back to Moscow: "Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov called the actions "the last straw" in a string of U.S. adoptions gone wrong, including three in which Russian children died. No charges have been filed in this most recent case, but the family retained an attorney Friday as inquiries from Tennessee and abroad mounted."