I’d like to send my love over to new blog on the block Queerty, edited and published by friends of Towleroad Bradford Shellhammer and David Hauslaib, respectively. They’ll be covering, well, a lot of the same things I do. Welcome, “sassy” one.
Senior Catholic in Scotland excoriates plans to allow gays and lesbians to adopt children: “Scotland’s adopted children must not become guinea pigs in some distorted social experiment aimed at redefining marriage, subverting the family and threatening the good of society.”
Bakersfield, CA school principal pulls series of school paper stories on openly gay and lesbian students out of “concerns for [their] safety.”
Local New York station rejects Brian Ellner campaign ad featuring mock-up of an unclothed George Bush for being “disrespectful of the office of the president.” PAPER: “If the station rejected the ad because of its content, it would appear to be skirting the line of broadcast regulations and communication law covering the showing of political commercials by local stations. Broadcast channels, which are regulated by the Federal Communications Commission, are allowed to reject so-called issue advertisements from interest groups based on their content. But they are prohibited from doing so with ads from candidates.”
Schwarzenegger silent ahead of landmark California gay marriage vote.