Alabama commissioner Chip Beeker tries to link anti-vax movement to support for same-sex marriage, voices support for elected officials who vow to defy pro-gay marriage rulings: "I say clearly that I support Gov. Robert Bentley, Chief Justice Roy Moore and other officials who have taken a stand against this usurpation of the rights of Alabamians. But this order must be viewed for what it is, just another example of the federal government's overreach and refusal to respect its proper role."
Ricky Martin has a new album out.
How To Get Away With Murder's Jack Falahee strikes a pose for OUT.
People Magazine reports on the (mostly supportive) reactions of the Kardashian / West clan to Bruce Jenner's transition.
Jenner's mom has praised her son for his courage.
Gwen Stefani rocks out to a career-spanning medley of her biggest and most memorable songs.
Meredith Vieira to host the 20th annual National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association New York Benefit. Tickets available HERE.
Mila Kunis joined Grindr at Ashton Kutcher's urging.
Creationist museum "Ark Encounter" being built in Kentucky that wants to discriminate against LGBT people and allies is suing to get millions in federal tax breaks: “Our organization spent many months attempting to reason with state officials so that this lawsuit would not be necessary,” said Ham in a statement. “However, the state was so insistent on treating our religious entity as a second-class citizen that we were simply left with no alternative but to proceed to court. This is the latest example of increasing government hostility towards religion in America, and it’s certainly among the most blatant.”
Shia LaBeouf has an eyebrow piercing now.
Over 300 manatees close down Florida park.
Tori Amos is going to be releasing deluxe versions of albums Little Earthquakes and Under The Pink that will include b-side tracks.
Nicholas Hoult looks sexy and scruffy in N-Y-C.
Keira Knightley re-creates Meg Ryan's famous orgasm scene from When Harry Met Sally for Vanity Fair.
Can you name all of SNL's 5-time hosts?
As per usual, FOX News has a rocky relationship with the facts: "In [reporter Todd Starnes'] Fox News piece yesterday, 'Christian bakers face government wrath for refusing to make cake for gay wedding,' Starnes writes, 'Aaron and Melissa Klein refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple, and now they must pay for their crime…The judge’s ruling paves the way for a March 10 hearing at which the Christian business owners could be ordered to pay $200,000 in fines and damages.' Wrong. In the real world, the Kleins, through their lawyers, tried but failed to get a judgment in their favor and $200,000 in court costs and fees out of the same-sex couple they refused to serve."