The National Education Association has endorsed marriage equality. A+!
French tennis player Mathieu Montcourt (pictured) found dead by his girlfriend in his Paris apartment's stairwell.
Concerned Women for America creates an "OhNoGIJoe" jpeg to protest the LGBT community's desire to repeal DADT. It's really professional.
The NLGJA Blog Re:Act offers interesting context for President Obama's remarks to the Catholic media regarding his "wrestling" with his faith versus his "regard" for LGBT people. As I wrote here yesterday, his remarks and actions on all gay issues are easily read in different ways. (Though so are mine, apparently—I've been branded an Obama apologist but the NLGJA blogger read my post as "cool" toward the president's comments.)
Palin isn't worried about the "bloodsport" that's dogged her so far dogging her if she were to run for president because the White House's "department of law" would keep her safe from unfair ethics allegations. Do I need to tell you that there is no such thing?
Advocate editor-in-chief Jon Barrett (pictured) is feeling the heat for putting Perez Hilton on the magazine's cover, speaking out in a video commentary to readers outraged by the Hilton coverage. Y'all wanted actual gay people on the cover—be careful what you wish for.
Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor receives a "well-qualified" rating.
Kalpen Modi (better known as Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle's Kal Penn) has finally begun working as a liaison between the White House and the Asian community.
Good news—Omar Willock will be behind bars no fewer than 23 years for the stabbing death of 20-year-old Roberto Duncanson (pictured) in May of 2007. Willock claimed Duncanson flirted with him on the street, so he called him a faggot and followed him for several blocks while shouting anti-gay slurs before murdering Willock. The case was originally charged as a hate crime, but that charge was later dropped based on shaky eyewitness testimony.