Students in Wisonsin rally around woman who was punched in the face for wearing a "Legalize Gay" t-shirt.
Cheyenne Jackson and his partner of 10 years, Monte Lapka, secretly became domestic partners in NYC over the summer: "We wanted to get as married as we could. I think we were filling in some forms for wills or insurance, and I just thought, Let's just make this as legal as we can."
That bigoted billboard that depicted President Obama as a terrorist, a gangster, a Mexican bandit, and a gay man has finally been taken down.
Scientist claims that cancer is a modern affliction: "The virtual absence of malignancies in mummies must be interpreted as indicating their rarity in antiquity, indicating that cancer-causing factors are limited to societies affected by modern industrialisation."
Mega writer-director-producer duo Andy and trans sister Lana Wachowski aren't letting actors, let alone their agents, read the script for their new gay Iraq love story script for fears of leaks, which is certainly a risk when a mega-rep firm gets their hands on one of these things. So all we know is that an Iraqi and an American soldier fall for each other. I would like to wholeheartedly suggest the Wachowskis invite Codey Wilson to at least read for the part of Spurned Ex-Lover No. 1.
Tennis icon Martina Navratiolva opened up to CNN about her battle
breast cancer, and her comeback to win the doubles competition at the
French Open less than four months after first learning of the diagnosis. Daily News