Catholic priest in Louisiana writes congregation a “coming out” letter: “I have come to realize that while I was encouraging others to be honest, I was not putting these words into practice in my own life.”
British clergyman weds his partner without religious blessings.
10,000 pink hearts to be planted in Sydney park in February to symbolize fight for gay unions in Australia.
Daily Mail declares vanity “timeless” as metrosexual bog man is found to have frequented Dublin area: “Found preserved remarkably well in peat, the so-called ‘Brylcreem boy from the bog’ has ‘gelled hair (that) could grace the head of any sports star’. In addition to the man’s salon-styled barnet, his ‘enormous hands,’ the Mail writes, ‘were clnched into fists, the fingernails perfectly preserved, polished and manicured,’ with ‘muscular arms reached out in desperate entreaty’. Yes, it seems pretty boy could have met a sticky, violent end.”
Jury selection in Richard Hatch trial starts Tuesday.
Survivor winner failed to pay taxes on million dollar winnings. Lawyer: “It goes ultimately for a jury to decide, the issue of willfulness.”
Fred Phelps gang plans picket of another soldier Tuesday in Evansville, Indiana.