Website devoted to raid on Atlanta Eagle bar launches.
Health care: Pelosi publicly whipping on robust public option?
SPACE: A giant hole found in the Moon, the youngest and most distant galaxy cluster ever recorded, and a stunning map of exploration of our solar system.
News anchor finds himself in a remake of The Birds.
Boston gays to protest Obama this weekend.
Jack Mackenroth slams Oprah over HIV show.
Utah Catholic high school defends production of Rent: "Sister Catherine
Kamphaus, superintendent of schools in the Salt Lake City diocese, said
she read the script at the request of Bishop John Wester, and she
watched a dress rehearsal Tuesday. 'There is absolutely nothing that would be offensive,' Kamphaus
said Thursday. 'It wasn't condoning the gay and lesbian lifestyle.' Rather, she said, the play shows friends forming a loving and caring community while facing AIDS and other challenges."
Homophobic Daily Mail writer Jan Moir was thrilled to be in spotlight over Gately death.
San Diego gay man says attack in Hillcrest area was hate crime.
Producers shaft the hot dude on Melrose Place.
Time capsule: Chicago's Belmont Rocks.
Tom Cruise: American Psycho.
Report: International transgender community at higher risk in counterterrorism operations. "The report, by noted International Law Professor Martin Sheinin, concludes that because security personnel regularly seek out men 'dressed as women' as potential terrorists, soldiers often target all men in female clothing — including those who do so as part of their gender identity. This is particularly the case in Middle Eastern/Islamic nations — or against Middle Eastern/Islamic people.' Enhanced immigration controls that focus attention on male bombers who may be dressing as females to avoid scrutiny make transgender persons susceptible to increased harassment and suspicion,' the report says."
UK's first gay tourism office opens in London's Soho district.
Obama administration sets aside 200,000 acres in Alaska for Polar Bears.
Model Paul Sculfor shoots gay scene in Madrid.
The Dot Gay Alliance has competition from a straight German man in Riga, Latvia:
"While both groups have left open the possibility of cooperating, they
haven’t yet joined forces. Both groups say they plan on starting the
application process with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names
and Numbers, or Icann, to create top-level domains, akin to .com, .edu,
.org and .net."
German high court backs pensions for gay married couples: "A failure to give gay partners the same benefits infringes the basic
right to equal treatment, the Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe said. The decision nullified an earlier ruling from the Federal Court of
Justice (BGH) regarding a Hamburg man who has been a public servant
since 1991 with a supplementary pension. The public-sector pension
company VBL – the largest such company in the nation – refused to give
the man married status, despite the fact that he’d been living in a
registered civil union for eight years. This meant that his retirement
benefits would be €74 less each month, and his partner would receive no
surviving dependants’ pension in the event of his death."