Part one in a three part series on gay activism.
Gustav Klimt portrait breaks painting record: sold to Ronald Lauder for $135 million.
Clay Aiken’s alleged hustler John Paulus says he regrets going public with his story, apologizes on blog: “Through the course of my life I have had some regrets- during these tumultuous past five months I have amassed a few more. I regret not being a big enough man to accept the possibility that I was simply someone’s one-night stand; I regret telling my story to the tabloids; I regret defying the trust of Clay; I regret hurting him, his family and his fans; I regret that I started a blog that ridiculed him; and I regret letting my vengeance take control of my sensibilities.”
New Out magazine editor criticized for snubbing own party.
London’s G-A-Y nightclub under threat of eviction.
Culture Club is planning to reform without Boy George: “We want a unique vocalist with a brilliant voice take part in a 2007 World Tour and TV series. We do not want a karaoke Boy George ‘lookalike’ but a charismatic and unique performer in his or her own right with something truly fresh, contemporary and original to offer.”