May 11th, 2012
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GROOMING: The Body Electric
By Max Berlinger
Cyberspace — Forget waxing and straight razors -- a quick buzz is the best way to prime your body for summer. (More)
GOP to grill Holder over DOMA defense
By Lisa Keen
Washington, DC — The head of the House Judiciary Committee is planning grill the U.S. Attorney General over the Obama administration's decision to stop defending DOMA as constitutional in court. (More)
House Panel Backs Limits on Gay Rights in Military
By Donna Cassata (AP)
Washington, DC — Eight months after the military allowed gays to serve openly - and on the same day that President Barack Obama declared his support for same-sex marriage - the House Armed Services Committee backed measures limiting the rights of gays and lesbians. (More)
Love On The DL And Homophobia Reside At "The LA Complex"
By Jim Halterman
Hollywood — If you've been watching the new CW drama The LA Complex you know the big surprise at the end of last week's episode was the aggressive man-on-man kissing by good guy Tariq (Benjamin Charles Watson) and bad boy hip-hopper Kaldrick (Andra Fuller). (More)
NakedSword Releases Season Finale of 'Stalker'
By Lyla Katz
San Francisco, CA — NakedSword Originals releases the season finale of its mini-series "Stalker" featuring BelAmi performer Brady Jensen. (More)
Chile Passes Hate-Crime Law In Wake Of Gay Man's Brutal Murder
By Dan Avery
Santiago, Chile — In Santiago, the Chilean government overwhelmingly passed a landmark hate-crimes law 25-to-3 last night, just months after neo-Nazis brutally murdered a young gay man in a city park. (More)
Barney Frank, Chris Matthews Shred Tony Perkins for Antigay Views
By Lucas Grindley
Hollywood — Activists have been trying to keep Tony Perkins and his virulently antigay views off the airwaves, but when the leader of the Family Research Council went on MSNBC today he was met with a tougher opponent than usual — Rep. Barney Frank. (More)