Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will appear in front of a gay audience for the first time since taking office when he speaks to Log Cabin Republicans at a fundraiser on June 29th. LCR President Patrick Guerrero: “There is a better than 50-50 chance this man will be the governor of California for the next four years, and for the gay community to label somebody based on one veto is shortsighted. We thought allowing him to address these issues in a friendly setting as well as giving him a chance to get another look at who gay and lesbian families are was important both for him and for us.”
David and Victoria Beckham renewed their vows before the World Cup.
Segolene Royal, the likely Socialist Party nominee in France’s 2007 presidential election, says she would introduce a gay marriage law if elected: “It is essential that everybody has equal rights and dignities and the chance to express themselves freely.”
Arjan offers up a couple of free downloads of Madison Park’s hot new single “I’m Listening.” Says Arjan: “In 2002, the Cool couple began producing the popular New Sound Theory lounge compilation series that was sold at selected fashion boutiques and music stores around the country. Through this series they introduced their own music under the name Madison Park with DeAnna on vocals and James behind the keyboards.” The duo knows where their bread is buttered. Says vocalist DeAnna Cool: “Gays keep dance music alive and well.” Indeed.
Presbyterian Church is ready to rule on whether or not to allow gay clergy.
Cristiano Ronaldo caught in crotch grab.
The Jakerazzi catches Gyllenhaal reassembling a bicycle, sans spandex.
Take a big wet dive into summer.
Bigoted Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher gets hit with the karma boomerang: “A year ago, after being accused of illegally forcing Democrats out of state Civil Service jobs and giving the jobs to political loyalists, Mr. Fletcher, a Republican, dismissed the charges as little worse than noodling in March. But 15 indictments later, Mr. Fletcher’s administration — including his self-titled Disciples, accused of being the ringleaders of the patronage scheme — is still feeling the sting as his approval ratings drop below 30 percent.”
15,000 expected at gay Michigan Capitol rally this weekend.