Irish parishioners walk out on priest criticizing footballer for voicing support for same-sex marriage.
Trial underway in slaying of gay Clarksdale, Mississippi mayoral candidate Marco McMillian. The defendant, Lawrence Reed, doesn't dispute that he killed McMillian but is claiming a 'gay panic' defense: "On the recording, Reed told the [state] trooper where he left McMillian's body, and said he killed McMillian because, as [Trooper] Williams on Monday recounted Reed saying, "the guy tried to rape me."
Public health officials on the West Coast are on the lookout for cases of ocular syphilis which could lead to blinding. There have been more than a dozen cases between San Francisco and Seattle with two potential cases in Los Angeles. Two patients in Seattle went blind.
Montana men in love.
Taylor Swift has reportedly insured her legs for $40 million.
Insurgent actor Theo James meanwhile has another part of his body insured.
NYT's Frank Bruni on Hillary Clinton and the email controversy: "This latest Clinton controversy is not the work or fault of Republican enemies or a ruthless, unappeasable press corps. It’s her doing. She made a choice when she stepped into the secretary of state’s job that was bound to be second-guessed if it ever came to light, as everything eventually does. And when it did, she was silent about it for a week, letting suspicions fester."
Ashton Kutcher is on a crusade to get changing stations in more men's restrooms.
Was anyone else unaware this picture of John Barrowman existed?
Ferguson Police Chief resigns.
DC Police appoints transgender officer head of the department's Gay and Lesbian Liaison Unit. Sgt. Jessica Hawkins will be the first transgender person to hold that post.
Will Chris Pine be the next iteration of The Green Lantern?
First Look: Charlie Hunnam as King Arthur in medieval period piece directed by Guy Ritchie.
A new study shows that allowing transgender young people to fully identify with their gender decreases their chances of developing depression and anxiety.
HRC is trying to make LGBT rights front and center at an economic summit in Egypt: "The American LGBT rights group Human Rights Campaign has sent letters to 12 speakers scheduled for the Egypt Economic Development Conference who are representatives of American or multinational corporations, highlighting the recent arrests of LGBT people in the North African nation and urging them to use their summit discussions to engage participants in “important conversations about how a diverse and inclusive society could better attract investment to Egypt and the long-term benefits of such an approach.”