NYT: Utah's 3 arguments, and counting, against gay marriage.
Observer: FIFA stance on homophobia is failing gay footballers.
What is One Direction's Liam Payne doing on the edge of this building?
Jennifer Lawrence had the best photobomb of the Golden Globes.
Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Schloosberg, D-Lehigh and Rep. Brian Sims, D-Philadelphia, to host online discussion about gay rights and marriage equality on Tuesday at 7 pm.
Thomas Roberts makes "Way Too Early" debut: “And we are ready for this everybody!” Roberts said. “I am your new club president for news loving insomniacs and early birds.”
Dancer Anton du Beke wishes people would stop thinking he's gay: "Hannah laughs at that one and even Erin thought I was a flopsy when we met. It might be because I mince about, but a little mince never does any harm!"
Mad Men reveals when its final season will premiere.
New lobster species named in honor of Nelson Mandela. "The lobster, related to hermit crabs, has been given the Latin name Munidopsis mandelai. The sea creature was discovered in a relatively unexplored area of the South-West Indian Ocean Ridge, off the coast of South Africa, in 2011. The tiny new species, which lives 750m below the ocean’s surface, measures just 7mm from its eyes to its rear edge."
Linda Harvey's anti-gay book is back up for sale at Amazon.
Women's Olympic figure skating controversy erupts after national championships: "Mirai Nagasu, a 20-year-old skater who finished fourth at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, took third place at the nationals competition this weekend. The only top finisher with Olympic experience, she was also the only figure skater not to fall or make a major error. But when the American women's team was announced Sunday, 22-year-old Ashley Wagner, who placed fourth, took the third Olympic spot. Nagasu was named as an alternate."
Politico: Hillary's hit list.
Zachary Quinto popped by the Global Performing Arts Conference in NYC.
Male model fix: Ryan Mertz.
Pope slams abortion: "It is horrific even to think that there are children, victims of abortion, who will never see the light of day."
High stakes in .gay ownership battle: "Seitz said that in five years the .gay domain could generate revenues from $30 million to $100 million. If he wins the domain, his operations will be governed by a contract he would sign with ICANN. The proposed contract says that Seitz will return 67 percent of the profits from .gay to the community."
Anti-gay donor pulls funding from Planting Peace orphanage in Haiti over group's work for LGBT equality. "Planting Peace has set up a Crowdrise fundraising page in order to generate the funding necessary to continue operating the orphanage in Haiti. If you are interested in contributing, head here."