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Lady Gaga plays Vegas, is still dedicating "Boys Boys Boys" to her gay fans.
The Queens Pride House, which caters to all people in the LGBT community in NYC, is in the midst of some big financial trouble.
Thomas Jane and Patricia Arquette hang up their marriage. Again.
Jazz singer Abbey Lincoln dead at 80.
It's been scientifically proven: The best way to pour champagne is at a tilt.
Milk is the latest tainted food scare from China.
Never before seen deleted scene from Return of the Jedi.
Sharks are even smarter than you think.
After telling Levi Johnston that he should run as the naked mayor of Wasilla, Jimmy Kimme quipped, "Levi Johnston is to Sarah Palin what voicemail is to Mel Gibson."
Glee gets the comic book treatment.
A change in the color of ocean waters could have an impact on hurricanes around the world.
Philadelphia Eagles player Todd Herremans is sorry for his homophobic tweet about True Blood that read, "Not a fan of how they get u hooked w/ 2 seasons then bring on a barrage of homosexuality." Said Herremans: "It was not my intention to offend or hurt anyone."
Sports Illustrated's Jeff Pearlman on baseball manager Brent Bowers's apology for his anti-gay slurs: "Even in the aftermath of his resignation, Bowers still didn't seem to get it. Yes, he was sorry and upset and all that stuff. But, come day's end, he was a skipper being a skipper. "There were a couple of instances in two games where I got kicked out in the first inning from that umpire, OK?" he told the Edmonton Journal. "And some of my players also got kicked out from that same umpire. I just though, as manager, I needed to go out there and just ask why is this happening to me and us, and it just came to a point then where I just started saying bad things to him, and for that I'm sorry."
On his new reality show, Variety reports:
"Johnston admitted that he wasn't thrilled at first about the mayoral campaign concept, which was pitched to him by Stone's Scott Stone and David Weintraub. 'But the more I think about it and look into it, I think there's a possibility we can make it happen,' Johnston said of his political prospects. 'It's something that I want to do.' Johnston already has a campaign manager, Tank Jones, to help him with the task. Wasilla's mayoral chair isn't actually up for election until 2012, but in the meantime, Jones said Johnston may look to run for city council. Johnston's candidacy isn't as far-fetched as it sounds: Wasilla's current mayor, lawyer Verne E. Rupright, won the seat in 2008 with 466 votes -- less than 100 from his nearest competitor, who received 373. If he wins, he promises to fulfill his duty as the town's mayor. And should his candidacy prove successful in Wasilla, Jones said he's got Johnston's sights set next on the Alaska governor's race -- and it's not entirely clear whether he's kidding or not."
Said Johnston: "It's hard to figure me out. You've got to follow me around. I'm very different. I lead a crazy life. But it will basically be both worlds, my life in Hollywood and back home, the real country boy that I am. This show will send a message to America about who I really am and what I want to do with my life.'"
The Palins are setting such a good example for American families.
Bristol Palin told People magazine yesterday that she broke up with Levi Johnston because she claims he told her, on the day they announced their engagement, that he might have fathered a child with another teenage girl:
"It's over. I broke up with him. There's been no remorse...The final straw was him flying to Hollywood for what he told me was to see some hunting show but come to find out it was that music video mocking my family. He's just obsessed with the limelight and I got played.Bristol has reportedly moved back in with Sarah and Todd:
Said Sarah Palin to People: "I wish for Bristol to be able to move forward in life with her same forgiving, gracious, optimistic spirit, but from henceforth she'll know to trust but verify. Bristol is strong, she is independent, and she knows what is right for her son."
"According to Levi's manager, Tank Jones, Bristol doesn't exactly have her story straight ... and that Levi believes the two broke up over a 'misunderstanding' and 'misinformation.' Jones tells us Levi is definitely not the father of an unborn illegitimate baby of an ex-girlfriend. He also tells us that Levi did not shoot a music video 'mocking" the Palins' ... despite what Bristol told People.com. As for their 19-month-old son Tripp, Tank tells us Levi will continue to co-parent with Bristol and 'take care' of his financial obligations. Tank also notes that Levi is 'not happy' about the split -- and tells us he wouldn't be surprised if the two eventually got back together sometime in the future."
Maggie Gallagher made an appearance at NOM's lowly-attended bus tour stop in Columbus. The organization's president, Brian Brown, was conspicuously absent.
Thomas Beatie is expecting baby # 3.
Gay businessman claims police brutality after incident at hotel: "We were threatened with criminal trespass for simply trying to go into the hotel to visit friends staying there, in addition, another guy was CHOKED for no apparent reason."
Video: Billy Corgan collapses on stage.
UK Study on gays and lesbians and drug use: "(The study) finds the LGBT community tend to be early users of new drugs and says improving links between such minorities and health officials would identify risks before drug use became widespread."
The Evangelical Lutheran Church reinstates barred pastors.
Levi Johnston continues to pursue acting jobs.
According to Zachary Quinto, we won't see a new Star Trek flick for a little while.
Palm Springs Police Chief responds to accusations that the department is anti-gay: "I recently met with LGBT committee members, Warm Sands hoteliers and residents, the Human Rights Commission and city staff to dialogue on improving the relationship that has been affected by the public outcry over the enforcement operation. I certainly understand the constructive criticism we have received and taking the appropriate action steps. We have scheduled LGBT cultural diversity training for all members of the department."
New Brazilian gay tango festival. Says one dancer: "Tango is so sensual and for me dancing with a man is more sensual when leading or following, there is a little flirting and I don't want to flirt with a woman."
Amazing "invisible house" is really a mirrored, cubed structure that is part of a hotel complex in Sweden.
Marc Jacobs and Lorenzo Martone are definitely broken up, so says the latter via Twitter.
Even nerds can be violent.
The USDA's Shirley Sherrod tells Anderson Cooper that Andrew Breibart is really being racist and vicious against a black president.
Toyota believes that if you drive with a glass of water on your dash, you could save on fuel. Well, not literally.
Apparently this girl focused too much on the "sex" in Sex & the City and not enough on the "city" part.
More grimy Gavin Henson.
TAB: The mother of Cristiano Ronaldo's son is a broke American waitress he paid off to the tune of $15 million.
Ditched Tory election ads depicted people "coming out" as conservatives: "One of the suppressed films that have now emerged shows naked men grappling in a shower, while another depicts a teenager being caught reading what at first appears to be a top shelf magazine. The third unshown ad makes light of teenage sex, portraying a girl confessing to her parents: 'I am three months Conservative.'"
These photos are for those of you who can't get enough of Jon Hamm in formalwear.
Network executive's advice on Bristol Palin - Levi Johnston reality show: "Don't think we should do it. Neither of them have personalities."
Constance McMillen leads San Diego's Pride parade.
The resurrected A&F Quarterly contains more male nudity than female nudity: the rundown.
A straight softball player talks about life on a gay team.
Gay porn actor Jason Andrews and lingerie shop owner bludgeoned tattoo artist to death with sledgehammer in Florida: "'I'm so glad you're really committed to this take. Keep eyes for a knife, etc for me!' Andrews typed on his BlackBerry hours before the slaying, according to a transcript of the messages included in court records. Logue replied in a nearly incomprehensible text that she was excited - and she wanted to have sex after they killed him."
Jersey Shore cast on strike, demanding more money.
In General James T. Conway's Onion-infused dreams: "Our men need to know they can count on each other in battle, and we can't have them getting distracted by illicit romantic dalliances. Especially if one's a little blond Adonis farm boy and his buddy's a real tough street kid straight out of Brooklyn. I mean, think about it: What if they lock eyes and abandon their post to start ripping each other's fatigues off, revealing twin sets of glistening washboard abs and at last fulfilling their hidden passions?"
Hundreds flock to The Netherlands for "Pink Monday".
New Caravaggio discovered?
Gay Menudo member Angelo Garcia: Ricky Martin taught me to swim.
Gay Games Cleveland management in turmoil.
The Daily Beast examines the scene from The Kids Are All Right where the lesbians get off on gay porn: "A few lesbians I spoke to suggested that the members of the tribe who watch gay porn are in fact getting off on a fantasy, in which the man is subjugated and used in the way women frequently are. As Jen, another gay porn-loving lesbian, put it: 'It’s a surrendering of male privilege. It throws a monkey wrench into the idea that women are receptacles.' Clinton put it even more bluntly. 'It’s about power dynamics,' she said. 'We’re so used to watching men in our lives wield power. Gay porn is an opportunity to watch them get f-----.'"