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News: DOMA, Jesus Christ, Scott Evans, Le Mystique, Steve Jobs

RoadDOMA repeal effort heating up: Nadler to introduce bill, HRC delivers surveys.

Jesus RoadDallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Community Churches rile bigots with billboards that say Jesus loved gays. Church website.

RoadAnd this is what they mean when they say 'Jesus freak'.

RoadNewport-Mesa Unified School District in California to provide harassment and discrimination prevention training as part of the settlement of a lawsuit involving football players who harassed the lead actress in a production of Rent and used anti-gay slurs in a Facebook video.

RoadMinneapolis promoters First Avenue dump 'murder music' singer Buju Banton: "While seven shows have been cut, Banton’s tour still includes 20 other scheduled stops."


RoadOhio anti-discrimination ordinance to get floor vote.

RoadCheck out Saturday Night Live's upcoming line-up.

Scottevans RoadOne Life to Live's Scott Evans talks about acting with his mom, coming out.

RoadRandi Reitan: This mom is heading to the National Equality March.

RoadLesbian couple married in Iowa wants name-change in Nebraska. State says no.

RoadA majority of Minnesota State Fairgoers approve of equality for gays and lesbians: "In the adult survey, participants were asked 15 questions; teens were asked 11. A total of 6,702 adults answered poll questions, and 476 teenagers. ... The adult poll asked: 'Would you support legislation that would provide same-sex couples with the same legal and economic rights and responsibilities as married couples, such as providing health care insurance coverage for one another, inheritance and pension benefits, hospital visitations and medical decision making?' More than 61 percent said yes and almost 34 percent said no."

RoadWhitney Houston hits #1, looks to Oprah season opener.

Sachet RoadDrag queen to sing at Giants game.

RoadPart two of Outsports' interview with Johnny Weir: "I think everyone has the right to ask people anything. But the way I see things like coming out parties and being very theatrical and making such a big spectacle of things, I just don’t agree with making it a big spectacle. I was born Johnny Weir, whatever that entails. People can make their own assumptions and people can talk and people can chat, but it doesn’t change who I am and all of these things that contribute to my life."

RoadLe Mystique: Montreal's oldest gay bar closing its doors.

RoadSteve Jobs talks to the NYT David Pogue following Apple's iPod event yesterday.

RoadAshton Kutcher thinks pink.

RoadMaine marriage equality opponents to rally in Augusta on Sunday: "More than 1,000 gay-marriage opponents are expected to rally in Augusta for an evening event Sunday featuring religious and conservative leaders from across Maine and the country. It's the second such rally held in the state capital this year and it's designed to inspire and motivate same-sex marriage opponents, said the Rev. Bob Emrich, of Plymouth, one of the organizers."


Scott Evans and Brett Claywell: One Life to Live's Hot Gay Cop Kiss

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Here's the gay kiss scene from yesterday's One Life to Live.

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's Kyle Lewis (Brett Claywell) plays an old frat buddy of Oliver Fish (Scott Evans). When they run into each other Kyle forces Fish to remember something that happened long ago.

Works for me!

Watch it, AFTER THE JUMP...

P.S. - For those of you who don't know, Scott Evans is openly gay, and the brother of Chris Evans.

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One Life to Live to Feature Scott Evans Gay Kiss This Week

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The much-anticipated same-sex kiss between closeted cop Oliver Fish (played by out actor Scott Evans, also the brother of Chris Evans) and shady med student Kyle Lewis (Brett Claywell) will happen on August 6, according to our One Life to Live fan tipsters.

A preview, AFTER THE JUMP...

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News: Gay Animals, Ed Westwick, Book Burning, Rhode Island

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Christian group wants to burn gay book.

Gaygiraffes

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STUDY: Homosexual activity a nearly universal phenomenon in the animal kingdom.

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Anderson Cooper shops for marijuana.

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Activists plan "world's largest gay wedding ceremony" in Sydney, Australia.

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A first look at Bruno.

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ACLU gets involved in Fresno hospital discrimination case: "Civil rights groups are urging a hospital in central California to change its policies after employees briefly barred a lesbian from visiting her partner, who went into seizure at a gay marriage march. Kristin Orbin collapsed May 30 after walking 14 miles in the protest march. She was taken to Fresno's Community Regional Medical Center where she says an ambulance driver kept her partner from seeing her in the emergency room."

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Janice Dickinson needed a hospital, get her out of there.

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Social networking and Iran: a fascinating look at the hand Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have had in toppling state media control.

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Destination Wedding: a Toronto synagogue grapples over same-sex marriage.

Lewis

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Former American Idol contestant Blake Lewis says he gets hit on by men and women, often at the same time: “Usually I get swingers. The guy will come up to me first usually, and ask if I’m gay.  When I say no, he’ll point to his girlfriend and say that she wants me to come home with both of them that night. I tell them my girl back home wouldn’t appreciate it, but thanks anyway.  It’s very flattering though!”

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An interview with soap actor and brother of Chris Evans, Scott Evans.

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Marriage equality tide rises around Rhode Island: "The slower pace in Rhode Island, where the state Senate voted last week to allow same-sex partners to make funeral arrangements, has frustrated some local activists, many of whom rallied outside the State House in Providence last weekend to call for immediate equality."

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A fascinating chart on gay rights from Nate Silver.

Mariah

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Mariah: wet and obsessed.

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Brian Graden to leave MTV Networks.

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Maplewood, New Jersey takes lead in pushing legislature to legalize same-sex marriage: "In what is thought to be a first among New Jersey municipalities, the Maplewood Township Committee is expected to adopt a resolution Tuesday evening calling on state legislators to sanction same-sex marriage. Mayor Victor DeLuca said he hoped the resolution could serve as a catalyst for legislators' passage of a same-sex marriage bill before the year's end."

Westwick

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Ed Westwick shows off fall fashion for GQ.

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Melbourne Sun: Are you in favor of same-sex marriage in Australia?

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It's Britney, bitch.

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Council of Fashion Designers of America rewards L.A. at annual awards. Bradley Cooper among guests...

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Taxes on property reassessment sting domestic partners who have lost their loved one.

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New Opera browser turns your computer into a server: "The concept is somewhere between a personal web server and a file sharing application, technologically and conceptually. The interface is straightforward, divided into panels for each service that you choose to "host." All of them behave in the same stupid-simple way: you start a service, whether it be photo sharing, music streaming, web hosting, or straight file sharing, select a shared directory, set your privacy preferences and go." More from TechCrunch.


News: Frank Kameny, Saturday Night Fever, Frog God, Wales

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Re-hearing petition filed in Prop 8 challenge? UPDATE: See, AFTER THE JUMP...

Kameny

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AP: Pioneering activist Frank Kameny talks gays and government.

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Simon Cowell to remake Saturday Night Fever with Zac Efron as Tony Manero?

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Point Foundation announces 2009 scholars.

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Jon Voight slams Obama: False prophet.

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Hell's Kitchen host Gordon Ramsey calls Australian TV host Tracy Grimshaw a lesbian pig: "Later he said he was only joking.Grimshaw, though, failed to see the humor and retaliated on her program Monday night, calling Ramsay an 'arrogant narcissist' and a 'bully.'"

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Malawian court has Mercy on Madonna: she'll be allowed to adopt.

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Tom Brady rescued from overturned kayak in the Charles River in Boston: “He had to be rescued. The launch guy went out and got him and got him back in the kayak. He’s been bragging about it ever since. He’s telling everyone he rescued Tom Brady.”

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Joan Garry: Obama lacking 'empathy' on gay rights.

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Inside a NYC fundraiser for Gavin Newsom.

Frog

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Multi-colored frog worshiped as a god in India?

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KXRQ-FM Radio hosts who mocked transgender children to do special segment featuring transgender advocates: "Rashad Robinson of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation said Monday that the general manager of station KXRQ-FM told him that talk show hosts Rob Williams and Arnie States also plan to apologize during Thursday's show. During their May 28 program, one of the men said he would hit his son with his shoe if he wanted to wear high heels. The other quipped that a boy who asked to wear a dress was 'a little idiot.'  Several companies threatened to pull advertising from the station after GLAAD launched a letter-writing campaign against the comments."

Park

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Welsh gay men targeted by rangers with cameras in park raids?

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No biting: Adam Lambert licks Twilight director.

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Mika debuts new songs in London.

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Graffiti art's new respect: "Like a slow-burning fuse, graffiti has smoldered in the contemporary art world for decades: omnipresent in the streets yet not quite hot enough to catch fire in the market. But this year it exploded, with graffiti and “street art” shows in major museums and gallery spaces both sides of the Atlantic — and people have been lining up round the block to get in."

Days

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One Life to Live to out two existing male characters played by openly gay  Scott Evans (Chris Evans' brother) and Brett Claywell, and put them in a love affair.

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Is Dominic Monaghan joining Grey's Anatomy?

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Brooklyn Assemblyman wants all non-Jews out of Holocaust memorial: "Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind doesn't want gays, political prisoners, gypsies, the handicapped — or any other group of people persecuted and killed by the hundreds of thousands during the Holocaust — to be recognized at the city-owned Holocaust Memorial Park in Sheepshead Bay. Even though 5 million non-Jews were killed by the Nazis alongside the 6 million Jews, Hikind says that 'to include these other groups diminishes their memory.'"

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