October 22nd, 2014
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Coverboy Taylor #2 - San Diego
Our reviews today include: Taylor #2 of San Diego, Jay #2 of Los Angeles, Casey Jones of New York City, Adam Simply of New York City, Daniel Dias of London, Michael Bender of New York City, RJ of San Francisco, Kyle of New York City, Click our Coverboy to see today's reviews. (More)
By Michelle Ehrhardt
Cyberspace — Sir Ian McKellen supports and narrates Kickstarter about LGBT footballer. In 1990, Justin Fashanu was the first English footballer to come out publicly. Consequently, he faced slander and intimidation from crowds on game day. (More)
Ninth Circuit declares Hawaii same-sex marriage lawsuit moot
By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher (AP)
Honolulu, HI — A 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling has quietly ended a last-ditch court fight against a Hawaii law allowing same-sex marriage. (More)
By Greg Hernandez
Cyberspace — "Oh, honey, honey, that's fine, but can we just wait til commercial? During commercial, nonplussed mom comforts son who is heartbroken over a guy (More)
Judge Upholds Puerto Rico's Ban On Same-Sex Marriage
By Sean Mandell
Puerto Rico —U.S. District Judge Perez Gimenez has issued a ruling upholding Puerto Rico's ban on same-sex marriage. Equality on Trial reports: (More)
By Dan Tracer
Cyberspace — Share on Facebook Email Comments (26) Screen Shot 2014-10-21 at 8.45.18 AMWe're getting into Jimmy Fowlie's vapidly Californian web series Go-go Boy Interrupted, but that doesn't mean everyone's a fan. (More)
Are Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf Playing a Couple in "Fury"?
By Spencer Barnes
Hollywood — If you caught the barrage of ads for Fury, you may have been forgiven for thinking this was just the simple tale of Brad Pitt single-handedly fixing World War II through the power of brotherhood and inspiring speeches, but the good old internet is taking a somewhat different look at parts of the movie. (More)
By Brandon Voss
Maiden, NC — John Cariani has released a powerful statement about a student production of Almost, Maine deemed inappropriate for 'sexually-explicit overtones and multiple sexual innuendos.' (More)