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Ryan Gosling to make his directorial debut.
Straight wrestler and gay rights advocate Hudson Taylor tells the NY Times: “We need more Ben Cohens in this world. He has a platform that allows the message to carry farther and ring louder than my own. We need more allies in position of power to speak out.”
Conservative Canadian politician John Cummin does not approve of the Human Rights Act: "In my view, people were already adequately protected. It was not necessary to add another category."
Nicollette Sheridan claims that Marc Cherry said this about her former co-star's husband: "I was present at Eva Longoria's wedding to Tony Parker, when Mr. Cherry commented that 'Tony must like boys, because he is marrying this -- this little, small girl with no t*ts and -- that looks like a boy.'"
Gay rights advocates criticize the El Paso police department for failing to classify attack outside of a gay club as a hate crime.
Trevor Donovan should handle all household chores while shirtless.
Stargate Atlantis actor Joe Flanigan refutes Internet claim that he supported Prop 8.
Cuba celebrated International Day Against Homophobia with a parade earlier today.
Watch: The Fright Night movie trailer.
Floating walkway on London's River Thames is one step closer to being a reality.
The cast of Jersey Shore lands in Italy.
The FDA is investigating herbal pills that contain the main ingredients for Viagara.
Space spectacle: Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Uranus and Neptune will all be aligned over the next few weeks.
Illinois governor Pat Quinn to be one of the witnesses to the first 30 same-sex civil unions in that state.
Trevor Donovan on the lack of gay acceptance from some: “I think that’s why the bullying does happen, and the teasing. People bully and tease about things they don’t understand, that they’re scared of. So this is enlightening people and bringing it into the mainstream… I think it’s important to educate people, and I’m proud to be part of it.”
A lesbian Syrian blogger is getting attention for bravely writing a blog in her country where homosexuality is illegal.
Madonna is a single lady once again.
The US government has released five videos of Osama Bin Laden found in his Pakistani compound.
Lady Gaga is a foot taller in Mexico City.
Not that a large "birther"-like movement had grown asking for it, but possible presidential candidate Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has released his birth certificate.
Chaz Bono speaks about his acceptance of being transgender: “Until I really accepted this about myself and got over any of my own transphobia that I had, I really felt like I wouldn’t be accepted. I thought I would ruin my life. I thought it was, ‘Be yourself but become a pariah and put your family through hell,’ or, ‘Don’t be yourself and live a horribly uncomfortable existence where everybody relates to you in a way that’s not you.’"
Since the the Navy SEALS who captured Bin Laden didn't bring a tape measure with them, they were forced to come up with a creative way: "According to reports, a Navy SEAL of about 6-feet laid out next to bin Laden's corpse to gauge the Al Qaeda leader's height. The corpse was several inches taller."
Mark Salling steps out in Hollywood.
Take the elevator to the Jersey Floor.
Adele on Rihanna: "If Rihanna wanted me, I'd do it with her. She's hot."