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CA Supes Seem Split On Gay Marriage,
Loss For Gay Side Predicted

With anti and pro-gay demonstrators outside, in yesterday’s arguments the California Supreme Court seemed to be split in their opinions on marriage equality, with some legal experts predicting a loss for our side. Dale Carpenter, a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, issued this opinion: [T]the most likely result is that the gay-marriage litigants will lose 4-3 or …

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Clinton Still In The Game

It was good night for Hillary Clinton: Sen. Hillary Clinton got her campaign back on track with projected wins in the Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island primaries. Delegate-rich Texas and Ohio were considered must-wins for her campaign. In Ohio, Clinton received 54 percent of the vote compared to 44 percent for Clinton’s Democratic rival Sen. Barack Obama. In the Texas …

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Exit Stage Far-Right: Huckabee Quits

Huckabee: “We stayed in until the race was over. We kept the faith, that for me has been the most important goal of all. I’d rather lose the election than lose the principles that got me into politics in the first place.” Tomorrow John McCain visits Bush at the White House where Dubya will show him where he keeps his …

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Americans Just Don’t Get It

It looks like Americans get less sex that just about anybody. Americans are not getting enough action. The United States is one of the world’s most undersexed countries, according to a new study released Monday. Just 53% of Americans having regular, weekly sex according to results from the Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey of 26,000 people in 26 countries, tying …

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Hammered

Over on his Village Voice blog, Michael Musto has posted this bizarre old Debbie Reynolds clip in which she destroys folk hero Pete Seeger’s If I Had A Hammer. Delightfully freaky and camp beyond words.

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Potential HIV Vaccine Breakthrough (Again)

Via Canada’s Globe And Mail: Researchers in Canada and the United States have made a breakthrough discovery in the fight against HIV infection: a protein that can limit the viral attack. The study, published in the online edition of Nature Medicine, found that the protein FOX03a not only can limit the deterioration of certain disease-fighting immune cells, but could help …

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The Pope Can’t Wait To Meet You

Pope Evilictus Valdemort is looking forward to his April visit to the United States, where Jeebus’ people are fighting the good fight against queers. “The American people’s historic appreciation of the role of religion in shaping public discourse and in shedding light on the inherent moral dimension of social issues is reflected in the efforts of so many of your …

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Idol Contestant Revealed As Gay Stripper

From Vote For The Worst: And… we were right! Check out the story in the Associated Press today that confirms what we’ve been saying for a while now. David Hernandez stripped at a gay club called Dick’s Cabaret up until September of last year, meaning he was still stripping when he tried out for American Idol. We have no problem …

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Junior Magazine

There’s a short interview with me in this month’s Junior Magazine in a feature titled “Blogger Power.” While I don’t speak Portuguese, Junior seems like a Brazilian mash-up of Out and Instinct. There sure is a lot of eye candy there in between the stories. Besides JMG, the story mentions Queerty, Made In Brazil, Andrew Sullivan, Towleroad, Ooh, La La …

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