Teen blacks out while watching anti-bullying video.
After careful deliberation, baby chooses homosexuality: “I thought about it for a long time,” said Reynolds, who took into account both how his peers would view him and how he would be treated by society at large before determining his sexual orientation. “I weighed the pros and cons of homosexuality, and ultimately I decided that it was the right thing for me.”
Early headshots of several movie stars.
Prince Hot Ginge in a tux!
NYT looks at a forthcoming memoir from Christine Quinn: "Ms. Quinn did not accept that she was gay until her mid-20s, and even today, she retains some unease. 'I have to admit that, like so many L.G.B.T. people, in the back of my mind I still have a faint sense of unease, wondering what people will think of me when I walk into unfamiliar situations, fearing they will judge me because of who I am,' she writes."
Asteroid approaching Earth has its own moon.
Authorities intercept $1 billion in cocaine.
Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) and Opera Australia criticized for signing contracts with anti-gay evangelical megachurch.
Adam Lambert on judging American Idol: Where do I sign up? “It would be a really cool opportunity to help people coming into the show and to help them keep their vision focused because it does become overwhelming. There’s so many people telling you what they think you should do and your family, the producer, the judges, and all the other contestants that might be screwing with your head. I think it might be nice as a judge to help people stay focused. It gets crazy. To help them reach their dreams — it would be such a reward.”
Courtney Love to American Idol?
Daniel Dobson, son of prominent West Michigan minister, talks about being a gay Christian. “It’s morally right for me to do it. I feel I have something good to contribute to the conversation, something positive.” Blogger Ray Barnhart offers a response to Dobson's disclosure.
Australia getting nationwide LGBT phone counseling service.
Website celebrates 'straight pride'.
Disney selling 'Rainbow Mickey' souvenirs for 'Gay Days':
"Earlier this week, Disney began to sprinkle merchandise throughout its
parks with designs including rainbows, symbol of the gay-pride
movement. Red tank tops with rainbow-colored Mickey Mouse heads began
arriving in shops along Main Street USA a few days ago. They were paired
in store displays with other rainbow items usually found in the parks
year-round, such as rainbow pins and antenna toppers."
Cristiano Ronaldo needed to take most of his clothes off to be measured for a new wax figurine.
Former Archibishop of Canterbury Lord Carey: Gay marriage paves way for polygamy.
Utah exhibition pays tribute to gay rights, equality pioneers.
Jeb Bush reacts to his mother's remarks that "we've had too many Bushes" in the White House: "She is totally liberated, and God bless her. Life teaches you that you need to make decisions in the right time — not too early, not too late. I'll check in maybe a year from now, 15 months from now, something like that."
George Clooney and Matt Damon are Monuments Men.
Voice of Elmo Kevin Clash fights sex abuse charges: "Clash’s lawyer yesterday urged a judge to toss the suits, claiming they’re barred by a statute of limitations that gave the plaintiffs three years to file once they turned 18 — a deadline they all failed to meet. Manhattan federal Judge John Koeltl didn’t rule after hearing arguments from both sides. But one of the accusers, Cecil Singleton, said afterward that he wasn’t feeling optimistic."