Domino's 50 Shades of Grey-themed Superbowl commercial is turning some heads.
Tom Daley goes for a shirtless run on the treadmill.
Michelle Obama's decision not to wear a head scarf on trip to Saudi Arabia for King Abdullah's funeral draws strong reactions.
In case you're wondering, yesterday's announcement from the Mormon Church on LGBT rights was not a move towards a more inclusive, pro-LGBT church.
Bruce Jenner's "journey," like everything else in the Kardashian-Jenner world, will be documented on E!
Swedish swimming pool offers gender neutral changing room: "Officials say the new changing room, which is designed for one person at the time, can also be used by people with disabilities or those who prefer to get changed in private because of their religious beliefs. In Sweden, where people tend to have relaxed attitudes about nudity, public swimming pools typically have communal changing rooms and showers without private stalls."
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin won't comment on whether she supports any of the 8 anti-gay bills currently being considered in Oklahoma: "Asked today if she thought a restaurant should be allowed to refuse service to a gay person, Fallin, as Metro Weekly reports, 'refused to directly answer whether or not she thought a business could refuse service to gay people on religious grounds.'…'I have a policy of not commenting on legislation that can change a lot of times,' the governor told reporters at an Associated Press annual legislative forum. Commenting that her priority is the 'budget process' and "things that hold Oklahoma back," Gov. Fallin added, 'I will tell you this. I have gone to restaurants with gay friends.'"
Republican Judge won't dismiss Rick Perry's corruption charges.
Diana Ross is coming to Vegas for a mini-residency.
Inspiration of the day: cat hit by a car, buried, claws its way back to life.
Alan Ball, Elton John and David Furnish creating HBO show about musical prodigies set in 18th-century Vienna.
In case you missed it, the sign-language interpreter in NYC Mayor de Blasio's weather briefing stole the show.
Gender's not that important to burying beetles when it comes to sex partners: "The sexes of burying beetles is ambiguous – some females look and smell like males and vice versa. As a result, the male sometimes does not know if it is mating with a male or a female. Why they do this instead of waiting for a beetle that is clearly a female depends upon how many of the opposite sex are around. If there are not many, males are more likely to engage in same-sex sexual behaviour (SSB). "When recognition is not error-proof, the acceptance threshold used by males to recognise potential mating partners should be flexibly adjusted to maximise the fitness payoff between the costs of erroneously accepting males and the benefits of accepting females," the authors wrote."
Amal Clooney goes to work at the European Court of Human Rights.
Rare type of syphilis strikes Washington state, infecting 6 and leaving 2 blind: "That’s an unusually high number of cases of ocular syphilis, which affects fewer than one in every million people in the general population each year, according to Dr. Russell Van Gelder, chair of the ophthalmology department at the University of Washington. Even among people with syphilis, ocular disease is detected in perhaps 10 percent of patients, he added."