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CASTING CALL: Great American Road Trip

By Justin Ocean

Cyberspace — This summer don't just hit the road, rediscover it by entering this contest—and have it all documented by Out magazine. (More)

Obama: 'I think same-sex couples should be able to marry'

By Lisa Keen

Washington, DC — President Obama said in a White House-arranged interview Wednesday afternoon that "same-sex couples should be able to get married." (More)

Hairstyling pioneer Vidal Sassoon dies at 84 in LA

By Sandy Cohen (AP)

Los Angeles, CA — Hairstylist Vidal Sassoon, who undid the beehive with his wash-and-wear cuts and went on to become an international name in hair care, died Wednesday. He was 84. (More)

Tom Gabel of Rock Band Against Me! Surprises with Transgender News

By Dennis Ayers

Hollywood — The news must have come at a bit of a shock for many people. Against Me! lead singer Tom Gabel had only told a few family members and friends before announcing in The Rolling Stone yesterday that he would begin to live his life as a woman and would undergo gender reassignment surgery. (More)


Nova Scotia Cuts Cable Porn to Prison Inmates

By Bob Johnson

Nova Scotia, Canada — Porn has been cut off to inmates at a Nova Scotia prison. (More)


What Kind Of Election Shenanigans Plagued NC's Amendment One Vote?

By Dan Avery

North Carolina — Though not likely serious enough to spark an investigation, a number of anomalies plagued yesterday's Amendment One vote, which saw the passage of a ban on recognizing any union except for heterosexual marriage. (More)

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Ricky Martin, Jane Lynch, Celebrities React To Obama's Support of Marriage Equality

By Jeremy Kinser

Hollywood — Following ABC's interview this morning with President Obama, during which he made an historic announcement that he supports marriage equality, out entertainers such as Ricky Martin, Jane Lynch, Neil Patrick Harris were quick to commend the president's show of support. (More)