Louis Marinelli: NOM developing secret online propaganda team.
Lady Gaga on her angular facial installation: They're not prosthetics, they're my bones.
Gay couple in Cape Girardeau, Missouri hit by homophobic vandal: "The gay couple arrived home just after 10 p.m. Monday to find an anti-gay slur painted on their front door and on the brick wall on the outside of their apartment. A window frame and one of their vehicles was also damaged."
Ke$ha fights seal clubbing.
Australian soldiers outed in derogatory page on Facebook: "At least 80 current and former Australian Defence Force personnel signed up to a Facebook page created to out and denigrate gay colleagues. The Star Observer was made aware of the page by an anonymous tipster who created a YouTube video featuring screenshots from the Facebook page, including the names of 50 of the page’s friends. " ADF failed to investigate…
Lisa Lampanelli on Ryan Seacrest: "We all know he's a big, dirty faggot…of course, if I called him one, it would get cut out on air because he's so nervous about it."
Teen Wolf's Keahu Kauhanui framed up.
Alan Cumming describes his preparations to play a transvestite in the UK TV series The Runaway: "I think it's probably quite a good thing for every man to have to do that at one point, just to see what girls go through. I decided to go with this [cream] called Veet, or Nair. You put it on and it dissolves your hair off. Disgusting. It smells like a rancid, radioactive pool. It makes all the hair just disappear, like a torture thing."
Dustin Lance Black to pen film adaptation of Green Day Broadway musical American Idiot. "Michael Mayer will direct. Mayer helmed the stage run of the musical, which is closing on Broadway April 24 and launching a tour in the fall."
Lithuanian parliament moves to strengthen anti-gay law: "A majority of the members of the Committee on Legal Affairs of Lithuanian Parliament today voted for the '“improvement' of a legislative amendment which seeks to establish harsh fines for the 'propagation of homosexual relations in the public'."
Wingnut Senator James Inhofe intentionally landed plane on closed runway: "Boyd explained that the stunt "scared the crap out of" his workers. He said that he thought the driver of one vehicle 'actually wet his britches, he was scared to death. I mean, hell, he started trying to head for the side of the runway. The pilot could see him, or he should have been able to, he was right on him.' While on the call, one FAA representative told quality assurance specialist Lee Williams that the Cessna 'landed right in the middle of them doing their work… and damn near killed somebody out there.'"
Zac Efron got a spiffy new Audi.
Donald Trump: "I have a great relationship with the Blacks".
The gay Verizon guy breaks his silence.
Scientists excited about what they're finding in belly buttons: "A plus is that few people wash this area with soap. 'That's great for bacteria,' explains Hulcr, because you get more interesting things growing there. (So far, they've found lots of Staphylococcus epidermidis, which is the most common bacteria found on skin — but also bright yellow colonies of Micrococcus luteus, and gooey globs of Pseudomonas.)"
Daniel Radcliffe enjoys a quiet lunch at Extra Virgin.
David LaChapelle shoots a colorful Katy Perry.
The Big Picture: Japan's crisis, one month later.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton to address LGBT activists at Capitol: "OutFront Minnesota is the state's leading gay-rights group. On Thursday it holds its annual Rally for Equality at noon on the front lawn of the Capitol. Previous rallies have drawn hundreds of gay rights supporters, and participants also take the chance to lobby their legislators on gay-rights issues."