REPORT: “Piano man” not a mad virtuoso musician but a gay man who had been trying to commit suicide when he was found, soaking wet in a black suit on the south coast of England last April.
Alabama gay rights group opens offices in Birmingham and Montgomery in anticipation of next year’s vote on banning same-sex marriage. Montgomery office is just down the street from the homes of anti-gay Governor Bob Riley and the state president of the Christian Coalition.
Eric Rudolph, bomber behind Olympic park, gay bar, and abortion clinic bombings will spend the rest of his life in prison; “smirked and rolled his eyes” at testimony of victims “refuting his anti-abortion, anti-homosexual beliefs.”
Apparently the mother of Natalee Holloway isn’t the only thing that pisses off the people of Aruba. The autonomous republic is expected to obey the law of the Netherlands but can’t stomach the idea of gay marriage, legalized there in 2001. Arubans’ attitude toward homosexuality has caused many gays to either leave the island or face the prospect of violence towards them. A lesbian couple filed a lawsuit against the Aruban government to have their marriage recognized and won. The government appealed, and a decision is expected Tuesday. The lesbian couple has since left the island out of fear for their safety.
Electronic music pioneer Bob Moog dead at 71.
Ricky Martin surfaces sporting a faux-hawk.
Courtesy of BoiFromTroy, the gay viewer’s guide to college football 2005 (and the flesh that goes along with it).
Pube SHOCK: New D&G ads raise eyebrows. Ad exec: “Creatively I don’t think it’s effective. There’s no wit, there’s no humor to it and it’s very blatant. … I think it’s so gross that it borders on tastelessness.”