Generic 'Republican candidate' beats Obama by 8 points in Gallup poll.
Gay 26-year-old former Kentucky House candidate Matthew Vanderpool commits suicide.
Onion: Vatican reverses stance on same-sex marriage after Pope meets Tony and Craig. "Not only are Tony and Craig complete sweethearts, but anyone who spends more than two minutes with them can see they're clearly perfect for each other," said Benedict, who in the past has described homosexual behavior as a grave disease that threatens all of humanity.
Spanish priest, caught on vacation with male companion, issues challenge to Bishop who wants to expel him from Church: "Let them measure my anus and see if it is dilated."
Congrats to our former political director Corey Johnson on his election as Chair of CB4 in Manhattan.
Taylor Lautner dines with Gus van Sant and Dustin Lance Black.
Chris Brown denies making anti-gay slur at basketball game: "Chris Brown's management is considering taking appropriate legal action against the paper. Unfortunately this bogus account is being picked up by additional media outlets. We stand behind our client and want to set the record straight that this did not happen."
North Carolina Pizza Hut kicks man out for wearing a dress: "As soon as I walked in the general manager told me that I cannot be in the restaurant because I was dressed in 'drag,' in women's clothing, and he asked me to leave."
First Look: The new off-Broadway production of Rent.
Rufus Wainwright launches interactive timeline of his career.
Scientists discover new, 70,000-year-old butterfly species in Northern Ireland.
More info on the NARTH – California Board of Behavioral Sciences relationship: What they’ve done probably is approve certain courses that they give for continuing education units. It’s not that they’ve certified the institution. That’s not what they do,” said Kim Brown, a spokesperson from the California Department of Consumer Affairs. The Board of Behavioral Sciences falls under this department.
Extremely rare leopards caught on camera trap in Russian Far East: "With fewer than 50 of the big cats thought to be in existence in the wild, the appearance of 12 individuals in the latest video survey has wildlife experts feeling a bit more optimistic about the leopards' future."
Basketball player Sheryl Swoopes, not a lesbian, now engaged to marry a man.
D.C's Gay Flag Football League launches beefcake calendar.
St. Louis LGBT Center re-opens.
Texas judge delays deportation hearing for married, gay Costa Rican immigrant. "During a closed session in immigration court, Judge Richard D. Walton rescheduled a hearing for David Gonzalez until Aug. 31, based in part on a technicality… 'The judge said this would give us time to be able to continue our efforts to work with the government to find a non-trial or non-adversarial decision in the case,' Nechman said."
Diego Boneta is ready for his close-up.
Tammy Baldwin inches closer to Senate bid.
Senior Jamaican police officer claims gays cause 80-90% of all crime on the island: "Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Fitz Bailey, the Head of the Organized Crime Investigation Division (OCID), made the claim Monday 11 July at a press conference (video). After he received criticism, Bailey has defended the claim, saying it was based on 'research'."