News: Huckleberry Finn, Father Cutie, Orlando,

Road The shocking video: open homosexual dances with little boy

Huckfinn RoadNew edition of Huckleberry Finn to eliminate "n word". "This is not an effort to render Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn colorblind," said Gribben, speaking from his office at Auburn University at Montgomery, where he's spent most of the past 20 years heading the English department. "Race matters in these books. It's a matter of how you express that in the 21st century."

RoadExcerpts from Snooki's magnum opus: "She could pour a shot of tequila down his belly and slurp it out of his navel without getting splashed in the face."

RoadCristiano Ronaldo looking fine in the Maldives.

RoadMichael Keegan of People for the American Way on CPAC and GOProud: "The battle over gay groups at CPAC represents one of the biggest stress fractures in the Republican coalition — a small segment of the base devoted to denying rights and recognition to gay people is running up against an American public that really doesn't mind gay people serving in the military and in increasing numbers doesn't mind them marrying either…."

RoadNeil Patrick Harris wants play dates with Elton John.

Cutie RoadFather Cutié: "There are so many homosexuals, both active and celibate, at all levels of clergy and Church hierarchy that the church would never be able to function if they were really to exclude all of them from ministry."

RoadPope blesses "family values" Mass in Spain…

RoadPredominantly gay Orlando church in danger of dying: "Started in 1979, the predominantly gay Orlando church is imperiled by its inability to attract a younger generation of gay and lesbian worshippers. Only about 20 of the 250 people who regularly attend the church are in their 20s and 30s, said the Rev. Lisa Heilig, interim pastor."

RoadNYC cabaret singer David Gurland dies of massive brain hemorrhage.

RoadInjured Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark actor speaks.

Vanderplaats RoadIowa Republican Vander Plaats: Obsessed with gay marriage.

RoadGay couple Brendan Mason and Matthew Reuter profiled in NYT real estate column The Hunt.

RoadGay license plate lawsuit against the Indiana BMV thrown out.

RoadMA GOP Senator Scott Brown invited gay activist Tom Lang of KnowThyNeighbor.com, and his partner to the DADT repeal signing. Lang: “We’re dealing with a statesman here, not a puppet. I respect the man."

RoadKanye loves his fur.

RoadActivists divided over NY's fear-based HIV prevention ad. Internist Howard Grossman: "Younger gay men are not making some kind of rational choice to have unprotected sex the way many activists are maintaining in this disagreement. These younger people are, like most young people having sex, living in the moment and making split-second, uninformed choices about unprotected sex. The point is that there’s a whole new generation out there who needs to learn that H.I.V. is a disease to stay away from, and so a fear-based ad directed at them is a whole new thing.


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HRC Governor Receives Community Service Award from Orlando Area LGBT Organization

HRC Governor Jennifer Foster will receive the Metropolitan Business Association’s 2010 Debbie Simmons Community Service Award.

The Debbie Simmons Community Service Award is given each year to “an individual who has demonstrated integrity and leadership in their business endeavors while supporting and promoting the fight for LGBT equality.”

In addition to being a founding member of HRC’s Orlando Steering Committee, Jennifer has been a tireless advocate for LGBT rights in Orlando through her organizing efforts fighting against anti-marriage opponents in the state and her support for fair minded local, state and federal candidates. Jennifer’s spirit, energy, sense of humor, and smile have opened minds and hearts in Orlando and beyond.

The HRC family is so proud of Jennifer for this well-deserved recognition.


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