May 23rd, 2012
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Hot List 2012: Calvin & Craig Stowell
By Evan Lambert
Concord, NH — Two brothers took on the New Hampshire Legislature for marriage equality -- and won! (More)
NAACP: Marriage equality 'won't be a wedge issue'
By Lisa Keen
Baltimore, MD — Saying that the NAACP has "always stood against laws that demean, dehumanize, and discriminate against people," NAACP Board Chairman Roslyn Brock formally announced Monday (May 21) the board's vote in favor of a resolution supporting marriage equality. (More)
Boston Ballet closed out with "Fancy Free"
By Sue KAtz
Boston, MA — The Boston Ballet closed out their season with a triple-whammy program entitled "Fancy Free" at the Boston Opera House. (More)
Men With Big Sticks, Hottest Players in Baseball 2012
By Art Reker
Cyberspace — When it comes to the American Pastime, spring baseball can be a fresh start, or it can really hang you up the most. You can come on like a lion, or you can limp home, injured, like a sacrificial lamb. (More)
Hot House Unveils 'Craig Reynolds Collection'
By John Sanford
San Francisco, CA — The "Craig Reynold's Collection," featuring six scenes hand-selected by the Hot House exclusive himself, became available for wholesale distribution today through Pulse Distribution. (M ore)
Dan Savage Invites NOM's Brian Brown To Dinner (And Debate)
By Dan Avery
Cyberspace — Last month when Dan Savage told a group of high-school journalists that there was some "bullshit" in the Bible, it incensed National Organization for Marriage head Brian Brown, who invited Savage to debate the Good Book and marriage, "any time, any place." (More)
Will ExxonMobil Finally Protect its LGBT Workers?
By Michelle Garcia
Irving, TX — Shareholders and leaders of ExxonMobil, recently named to the top position on the Fortune 500, has continuously voted against introducing LGBT-inclusive antidiscrimination policies. Will that finally change this May? (More)