Jon Hamm Hub
Mike O'Brien gets Jon Hamm into his closet to talk about Mad Men, The Town, Inside the Actor's Studio, and his most absurd body part, before they are interrupted by the tickle spider and Hamm becomes unable to resist O'Brien's male charms.
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Bad news for Philadelphia: a federal judge ordered the city to pay the Boy Scouts of America $900,000 for legal fees stemming from a decade-long battle over the organization's ban on gay scout leaders. The city tried to evict the Scouts from their property in town, but the Scouts proved victorious and now Philadelphia and its residents have to cough up dough to subsidize the group's hateful ways.
Why are KISS and Motley Crue picking on Rihanna?
Nineteen-year old Deryl Dedmond pleaded guilty to the 2011 killing of James Craig Anderson, a black gay man Dedmond and his pals targeted because of his race. He's been sentenced to two terms of life in prison with no parole.
Scenes from the New York City march calling for justice in the Trayvon Martin killing.
This is too rich: Jason Mattera from Andrew Breitbart's right wing media empire has been trumpeting an "exclusive" interview with Bono -- only it wasn't Bono at all. It was a Bono impersonator. Then he and his conservative buddies tried to pretend like the whole thing never happened.
Chaz Bono will be grand marshall at the Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade being held on April 15th.
Teens discuss what it's like to start a gay-straight alliance in the South.
Jon Hamm and the rest of the Mad Men cast are tickled pink to open the stock exchange.
Jessica Simpson's Elle cover too hot for Arizona Safeway.
NBC has renewed Broadway drama Smash for a second season.
Anti-gay zealot Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth fame wants MTV to severe all ties with Dan Savage: "Dan Savage is a radical and raunchy homosexual activist who gives unhealthy and reckless sex advice... He should NOT be rewarded for this evil crusade, nor held up as a role-model for young people."
Here's what the cast of Downton Abbey would look like if they were dogs.
Is conservative king maker Jim DeMint inching toward Mitt Romney? Sounds like it. "I'm not only comfortable with Romney, I'm excited about the possibility of him possibly being our nominee... Again, this is not a formal endorsement and I do not intend to do that right now but I just think we just need to look at where we are."
Gay film a surprise box office hit in Serbia.
Lambda Legal executive director Kevin Cathcar predicts marriage will remain the hot button gay political issue for years to come: "Marriage is going to continue being the most visible, the most public because it gets the most attention in the media."
North Ireland's ban on gay adoption remains in place.
Reuben Lack, a student at Georgia's Alpharetta High, is suing to be reinstated as his school's student body president after he says officials booted him for being gay.
Family Research Council's Tony Perkins versus the Log Cabin Republicans.
LISTEN: Video for Kelly Clarkson's new single, "Let Me Down."
So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Travis Wall discusses the new season, "coming out" on Twitterand his boyfriend, with whom he'll soon star on a reality show.
al-Qaeda is now training its terrorists on how to avoid getting caught up in a "honey trap," the term used for foreign spies posing as beautiful women. The first suggestion? Pray for strength. The second? Pretend you're gay: "The second thing is to find an excuse to get away from her that is realistic and sensible, such as you having a girlfriend for the past few years and you are loyal to her or you are homosexual."
In related news, terrorists reportedly want implant bombs in their bodies to bypass airport security. Remember when flying wasn't scary?
What would a royal Canadian tour be without a bit of hockey?
Here's what Michele Bachmann had to say about nefarious "ex-gay" group Love Won Out in 2004: "I know that Love Won Out will present the truth about homosexuality and present it in a compassionate and loving manner."
The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
If you're a New Yorker and want to be married on the first day same-sex marriages are legal, head to Binghamton.
Southern Australia's volcanoes, including Mount Gambier, are "overdue" for explosions.
Women politicians are breaking glass ceilings, yes, but the Barbara Lee Family Foundation tells me that voters still treat them differently than men.
How to spend $1 million at Tiffany & Co.
As quixotic presidential candidate Herman Cain's campaign falls apart, his staffers are resorting to childish, discriminatory infighting, including calling each other gay.
Is "ex-gay" leader Alan Chambers proof that LGBT people can "turn straight?" No, of course not, because there is no such thing as an "ex-gay," but that doesn't stop conservative publication Charisma from saying that it does.
Mitt Romney raised $18.25 million for his presidential campaign last quarter, putting him way ahead of the GOP pack.
Natalie Portman has reportedly named her son Alef, the Hebrew word for "leader."
Scottish LGBT activists are rallying to stop homophobic businessman Brian Souter from being knighted: "The 'Withdraw Brian Souter’s Knighthood' campaign is calling for this knighthood to be retracted in support of the people who suffer from homophobic or transphobic bullying and harassment, and to send a clear message to homophobes that this kind of behaviour should no longer be overlooked when awarding British citizens this high honour."
DC gay club Apex has closed its doors after nearly three decades.
Nancy Grace pulled no punches in her reaction to the Casey Anthony verdict, saying, "The Devil dances tonight." It seems like a joke, but it's not.
Opposition to marriage equality has waned a bit in Virginia, but the "nays" still have it.
Three words: Jon. Hamm. Beard. 'Nuff said.