Mobster who killed real-life “gay Vito” and sparked storyline in The Sopranos is sentenced to life in prison. Stefano Vitabileonce once told jurors: “Nobody’s going to respect us if we have a gay homosexual boss sitting down discussing business with other families.”
Gay couple of 30 years hold cemetery celebration at Hollywood Forever: “Bernardo Puccio and Orin Kennedy invited friends to join them at Hollywood Forever, which happens to be a cemetery and the final resting place of Tyrone Power, John Huston, Marion Davies and Fay Wray, among other people, The Los Angeles Times reported. The event included the unveiling of their Carrara marble monument, which includes an urn holding the ashes of a beloved cat, and the showing of a documentary video about their life, a service the cemetery provides for its customers.” The cemetery’s director, openly gay Tyler Cassity, has been “innovating the death industry” there for almost ten years.
Philosophy instructor at BYU let go for supporting gay marriage. Prof: “I believe opposing gay marriage and seeking a constitutional amendment against it is immoral.”
Seven gay men in Cameroon who were jailed for sodomy are expected to be released soon, after serving over a year. International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission senior coordinator: “We can only begin to imagine the impact that unfair imprisonment and now these bogus convictions has had on these men. The abuse they have suffered is unacceptable.”
A male assistant is suing former Liza hubby David Gest for sexual harassment: “Charles Beyer said he went to work for David Gest at his Tennessee home on July 25, 2005, and the oddball producer made ‘sexual gestures from the beginning, forcing me to use his computer in the master bathroom, making comments such as, ‘You have a small [sex organ], I bet,’ [and] grabbing my butt.’ Beyer claims Gest also ‘wrote in my calendar on numerous occasions,’ leaving directions such as, ‘Shake my penis, make sure it feels good,’ wash it ‘in hot water’ and ‘dip it in chocolate fudge.'” Talk about appointments one would rather not keep.