Custom clothing company Spreadshirt removes homophobic T-shirt from website that reads, ""Pussys & Beer Thank God I Ain't Queer!"
Miles Teller shows off his muscular transformation.
The worst possible broken bone you can imagine.
One Direction boy-bander Liam Payne says he has kissed fellow 1D-er Zayn Malik: "I ended up kissing Zayn once! Zayn was like, “Come on then, come on”, putting his head close to me,’ Payne confessed. 'It was like when you’re going to have a fight. Then he just leaned forward and kissed me,’ he told We Love Pop magazine."
Pretty Woman is 25 years old.
Slovenia will begin collecting signatures for referendum on same-sex marriage starting March 23.
Trans actress Alexandra Billings puts her support behind #wejustneedtopee.
Is this the gayest Catholic parish in the U.S.?
Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore wants Judge Callie Granade to dismiss a lawsuit against him that accuses him of violating her gay marriage order.
Hillary Clinton has a significant lead in the polls over every major Republican (and Democratic) challenger.
Jamaican gay rights activist fights law that bans gay people from entering Belize and Trinidad and Tobago. Authorities in the countries say the acts go unenforced.
74% of LGBT American voters say a federal nondiscrimination bill is a top priority.
E!'s Fashion Police is going on hiatus after Kathy Griffin and Kelly Osbourne depart.
Trans teen Jazz Jennings to get her own reality show on TLC, All That Jazz.
Former Rep. Barney Frank on the rumors that soon to be former Congressman Aaron Schock is gay: "Of course he should [come out]…if they're true, and I don't know that they are. I have to say, if they're not true, he spent entirely too much time in the gym for a straight man."
Donald Trump is once again exploring running for President.
The Empire soundtrack is the #1 album in the country.
Michigan House of Representatives passes three bills that would allow publicly funded religiously affiliated adoption agencies to discriminate against LGBT couples: "HB 4188, HB 4189, and HB 4190 would permit agencies to refuse to allow same-sex or gay prospective parents to adopt, or provide them any services at all, should doing so violate their 'sincerely held religious beliefs.'"