Recent Headlines

Gérard Depardieu Apologizes for Public Peeing
People.com
August 19, 2011

While it may have been a laughing matter to Anderson Cooper, Gérard Depardieu was humiliated by his public urination aboard a European flight this week and has apologized, says a friend

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The Jolie-Pitts Settle into 16th Century Mansion in Scotland
People
August 19, 2011

As if arriving in Glasgow by privately chartered train wasn't special enough, the Jolie-Pitts are now settling comfortably into a rented country estate that includes a 16th century mansion.

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Jamaicans Fight to Air LGBT TV Ad Despite Rejection
Just Out
August 18, 2011

Jamaican LGBT activists have hit a roadblock in getting their first-of-its-kind public service announcement aired on Television Jamaica, The Advocate reports.

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Growing rift between Lanier, LGBT community
Washington Blade
August 18, 2011

Police chief, mayor must fully staff Gay & Lesbian Liaison Unit

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Prague celebrates first LGBT pride event
The Bay Area Reporter
August 18, 2011

Pride participants held their first march in Prague last weekend.

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SAVE Dade 'demands LGBT voters be considered' when drawing legislative district maps
Miami Herald
August 18, 2011

Florida, the fourth most populous state in the union has yet to elect an openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) state legislator. The three states ahead of us, California, Texas, and New York, respectively, have had an openly LGBT representative serve in state elected office.

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ACLU Files Suit in Missouri over Blacklisted LGBT Sites
American Libraries Magazine
August 18, 2011

American Libraries Magazine, the magazine of the American Library Association, delivers news and information about the library community.

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Redistricting means trouble for LGBT community in Michigan
PrideSource
August 18, 2011

Gov. Rick Snyder signed a new congressional map into law last Tuesday, and the map has Democrats accusing Republicans of gerrymandering. Under the new districts, Democrats Sander Levin and Gary Peters, D-12 and D-9 respectively, will compete for the same district.

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Tillis: Anti-LGBT amendment debate a ‘difficult, emotional issue’
Carolina LGBT
August 18, 2011

The speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives addressed both supporters and critics at a town hall meeting in his home district in Cornelius, N.C., on Tuesday evening, answering questions about jobs, energy, the state’s education budget, his staff’s salary raises, a proposed

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Jersey Shore: Abercrombie and Fitch Offers to Pay 'The Situation' To Stop Wearing Its Clothes - Speakeasy
WSJ
August 17, 2011

Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is offering to pay Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino not to wear its merchandise.

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