Zachary Quinto, aka J.J. Abram's Spock in Star Trek, recently told New York magazine contributing editor Benjamin Wallance that he's gay:
Well, we can't imagine what could go wrong here: Ted Haggard and Gary Busey are about to take part in ultra-classy reality show Celebrity Wife Swap. Because clearly what Haggard's marriage needs is more public scrutiny.
A library in Islington, north London is asking would-be patrons a series of totally normal questions that every library asks when you go to apply for a card.
Good news, bisexual men: Scientists have decided that you exist! You may now stop fighting your attraction to both women and men, because some dude in a lab coat says you're allowed to want whoever you want.
A Sizzler restaurant in Forest Hills, Queens —yes, Sizzler is still around— is being slapped with a discrimination lawsuit after patron Liza Friedlander's "relaxing, enjoyable brunch" turned into "a horrifying ordeal of discrimination, violence and degradation":
Sure, there's an insane heat wave hitting America and we're nearing a theoretical doomsday but I have to say, I never tire of hearing about the string of victories we're seeing in the LGBT community. Especially victories like this one.
If you're one of the 823 couples who entered a lottery to get married this Sunday, congratulations! You've won!
The National Institutes of Health recently did a study to find out how penis size affects the sexual health of gay men.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani may think that "marriage should be between a man and woman", but he also thinks the Republican Party should "get the heck out of people's bedrooms and let these things get decided by states."
Nope. Not a rejected headline from The Onion. This is a real offer.
Cambridge, Massachusetts has decided to offer a stipend to married gay workers who face an additional federal income tax that married heterosexual workers do not have to pay.
In the wake of New York's gay marriage bill, large corporations such as Corning, I.B.M., and Raytheon —who previously offered domestic partnership benefits to employees with same-sex partners in states where gay marriage was illegal— are now requiring those same-sex couples to wed in order to receive those same shared…
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"Certainly on June 3rd when I went to see Tracy, I had no idea that two weeks later we would be sitting here through this." —Kevin Rogers, the audience member who posted a summary of Morgan's remarks on Facebook.
The Federal Reserve Bank in Richmond, Virginia made a simple decision to run a rainbow flag up its flagpole on June 1st in honor of gay pride month.
After hearing that the Westboro Baptist Church wanted to picket last night's show, comedian Lisa Lampanelli said that for every person who showed up to protest, she would donate $1,000 to charity Gay Men's Health Crisis, "the nation's oldest HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care services provider":
Obviously a commercial cannot be gay or straight or questioning whether or not it is attracted to other forms of advertising, but what a commercial can do is cause quite the stir over whether or not the soldier in the ad is talking to his heterosexual male friend -OR- if said friend is actually his secretly steamy…
Park Slope maternity shop Boing Boing has been offering a 10% discount to lesbian Moms.
The New York State Department of Correctional Services says they will now allow conjugal visits for "homosexual inmates who have entered into a same-sex marriage or a civil union":