Livestream of Occupy Wall Street protest.
Closeted NCAA Division 1 starter answers questions on Reddit.
David Beckham suits up.
Martha Stewart pees with the door open, and other niblets from Alexis Stewart's new tell-all.
Andrew Sullivan thinks Obama has the most to fear from Jon Huntsman or Mitt Romney in a potential match-up.
Spain's first retirement home for gays and lesbians set to break ground: "There is space for yoga, Tai Chi and dance classes – and plans to house archive material for the first research centre on the history of the gay rights movement in Spain. Designed to be 'gay-friendly', the Foundation says the home will be open to anyone regardless of their sexuality. Jose Maria Herreras describes it as a dream come true."
California Governor Jerry Brown signs bill preventing local governments from banning male circumcision.
Kelly Clarkson sings "Mr. Know It All" Live on the Plaza.
Mercury Messenger probe reveals details about planet closest to the Sun: "Analyses of new data from the spacecraft show, among other things, new evidence that flood volcanism has been widespread on Mercury, the first close-up views of Mercury's 'hollows,'the first direct measurements of the chemical composition of Mercury's surface, and the first global inventory of plasma ions within Mercury's space environment."
Darren Hayes talks about what you should expect on his new album.
Gay former baseball player Billy Bean: I'm not Brad Pitt's Billy Beane. "There’s no 'e' at the end of my last name. That’s what I’ve always told them. It’s my auto response when people ask me if I’m the General Manager of the Oakland A’s baseball club. I’m not him, I’m the 'other' Billy Bean, the only man alive who played Major League Baseball to acknowledge he’s gay."
Male model fix: Alexis Papas.
Gay literary landmark demolished in Silver Lake: "In 1979, Norman Laurila and George Leigh opened a gay book shop called A Different Light in the vaguely Tud0r-style storefront at 4014 Santa Monica Boulevard. A Different Light eventually added locations in West Hollywood, San Francisco and New York, becoming one of the nation’s largest gay-owned booksellers."
Short plays about marriage equality to debut across the country on November 7.
Verizon sues to overturn net neutrality rules: "We are deeply concerned by the FCC's assertion of broad authority to impose potentially sweeping and unneeded regulations on broadband networks and services and on the Internet itself," said Michael Glover, Verizon's general counsel. "We believe this assertion of authority is inconsistent with the statute and will create uncertainty for the communications industry, innovators, investors and consumers."