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Katreese Barnes, Mystery Black Party Singer

I’ve updated my Black Party 2008 review to add that promoters have informed me that the unannounced 7:30am performer was Katreese Barnes, the musical director of Saturday Night Live, who sang her new single Alright, Alright to general acclaim from party attendees. And that’s a tough crowd right there, people. Barnes is the co-writer of SNL’s smash viral video Dick ...

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Homophobes Rally For Sally

More than 1000 homophobes packed Oklahoma’s Capitol today to rally in support of their Hater In Chief, Sally Kern. From a blog called Destiny Christian: The event was tastefully and lovingly approached with Sally and her husband offering forgiveness to all who have been so cruel. A former homosexual shared his testimony and thanked everybody for their assistance in helping ...

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Arizona To Grant Health Benefits To Partners Of State Workers

Arizona is set to approve health benefits for the partners of state employees. The domestic partners of state employees, gay or straight, will be eligible for health coverage and other benefits under a plan approved Tuesday by a state oversight panel. The Governor’s Regulatory Review Council, with three members missing or abstaining, voted 4-0 to approve the benefits expansion. It ...

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Rent-A-Dildo?

No, really. Apparently the business has been around for awhile, but I just learned about Rent-A-Dildo.com from an ad in this week’s HX Magazine. Described by some as a “Netflix for sex toys”, the site promises: We’ve developed a patent-pending process for thoroughly cleaning each toy before it is sent out to a customer. Our extensive research and testing indicate ...

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McCain On Letterman

Watching him lob zingers at David Letterman last night, it was a little distressing to see how charming John McCain can be. Also distressing: McCain’s warm reception from Letterman’s normally leftish audience. Note that for McCain’s entrance music, the band plays the Shirelles’ Soldier Boy.

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Greece Considers Civil Unions

Greece is considering a law that will allow gay couples to solemnize their relationships in a civil ceremony, causing outrage within the Greek Orthodox Church. Bishop Anthimos of Thessaloniki charged that the new law would erode human dignity and “make them equal to animals.” Gays in Greece are banned from military service and only 16% of the nation says they ...

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Ted Kennedy Brings ENDA To Senate

As he promised last year, Sen. Ted Kennedy will introduce the trans-exclusive version of ENDA to the Senate. Despite an uproar that ripped the gay activism community apart, the weakened version of the bill passed in the House last year. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy is jumping into the middle of an uproar within the gay community whose causes he has ...

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Gay Marriage Ban May Make CA Ballot

The petition drive to get an anti-gay marriage amendment on California’s November ballot is getting close to the number of signatures needed to succeed. The organization collecting signatures for a proposed amendment banning same-sex marriage in California says it is close to meeting the requirement. Protect Marriage says it has collected 881,000 of the 1.1 million signatures needed. The deadline ...

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Hillary’s April Fool’s

As an April Fool’s joke, yesterday Hillary challenged Barack Obama to a “bowl-off”, making fun of the 37 score Obama received while bowling the day before at a Pennsylvania campaign stop. Warning: lame puns.

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