Obama's gay marriage timeline.
Miss Universe: Best pageant reaction ever?
Sean Penn tries on a Robert Smith look on set in Dublin.
Scott Long, founding director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Rights Program at Human Rights Watch, has resigned, for health reasons: "Long joined the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission in 1996. He then began his work at Human Rights Watch in 2002 and after two years spent investigating Egyptian authorities’ violent responses to gay male sex, decided to launch the LGBT division in 2004. It was one of the first such programs to be involved with a mainstream human rights organisation."
John Barrowman holds two-day USA garage sale, insists he's not leaving Wales.
Baltimore holds wedding expo for same-sex couples hoping to wed in D.C.
Watch the Kickstarter trailer: From Baghdad to Brooklyn — a documentary about the story of gay Iraqi refugee Mohamed.
Kanye West says he's releasing a new song every weekend until Xmas.
Scientists identify components of protein that destroys HIV in rhesus monkeys.
The YouTube stars making more than $100,000 per year.
Semi-finalists selected in Pride Films and Plays Great Gay Screenplay contest.
Jury selection to begin in trial of Lawrence King's killer, Brandon Mcinerney: "A Ventura County judge has ruled that jurors from neighboring Santa Barbara County will be chosen for the upcoming trial of a teen accused of killing a gay classmate. Superior Court Judge Charles Campbell said Monday that the trial of 16-year-old Brandon McInerney will remain in Ventura County. McInerney's attorneys had been seeking a change of venue."
Dancing with The Situation?
Taylor Lautner has already become a prima donna.
OUT magazine presents oral histories of New York City's St. Vincent's hospital, which recently closed but was "the ground zero for AIDS and one time home to survivors of the Titanic, the Stonewall Riots, and 9-11."
Jon Hamm is a sharp dressed man.
Bristol Palin gets $14,000 speaking fee. How much to shut her up?
15-year-old arrested for anti-gay SF MUNI attack.
Extremely bendable go-go boy hits Splash bar NYC.
Joseph Farah on Ann Coulter and her lies: "My eyes have been opened."
No gay couples were chosen for the Today show's wedding contest: "There was public pressure on NBC from gay rights groups earlier in the summer to change the rules for the contest. Previously, same sex couples had been excluded from participating because of the restrictions on gay marriage in New York. After meeting with gay rights group GLAAD in July, though, NBC announced that it would be changing its rules, since New York's marriage laws recognize gay marriages performed in other states."