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Lesbians Tossed From Seattle Mariners Game For Kissing

A former contestant on MTV’s A Shot Of Love With Tila Tequila and her girlfriend were asked to leave Seattle’s Safeco Field after a fan complained about them sharing a kiss. Anyone who has attended a Major League Baseball game in the past decade has probably seen a “Kiss Cam” where couples throughout the ballpark are featured locking lips on …

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Mark Leno Takes CA State Senate Seat From Carole Migden

San Francisco’s gay vs. gay battle ended Tuesday when Assemblyman Mark Leno (D-SF) defeated incumbent state Senator Carole Migden in the primary. Leno is expected to coast to an easy victory in November in the heavily Democratic district. Leno will become the first openly gay man to become a state Senator in California history. According to unofficial returns Wednesday, June …

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Boycott Bolthouse Juice

The gay blogosphere got angry yesterday upon news that the guy who founded juice company Bolthouse Farms, a brand popular with many gay health and fitness enthusiasts, has donated $100,000 to support the anti-gay marriage ballot measure in California. Bakersfield carrot farmer William Bolthouse donated $100,000 to an initiative aiming to fight gay marriage — a measure that will appear …

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Clinton To Endorse Obama On Saturday

Via NY Times: Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton will endorse Senator Barack Obama on Saturday, bringing a close to her 17-month campaign for the White House, aides said. Her decision came after Democrats urged her Wednesday to leave the race and allow the party to coalesce around Mr. Obama. Senator Barack Obama, now the prospective Democratic nominee, outside the Capitol on …

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Sore Losers

In this clip from his Sirius radio show yesterday, Michelangelo Signorile tears into a Hillary supporter because the guy says he’ll now vote for McCain. Here’s Signorile’s post about what he calls a “rough day” on the show. An excerpt: That’s why I got tough on Wednesday with many angry Clinton supporters — understandably demoralized — who called in to …

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Morning View – Naumburg Bandshell

Built in 1923, Central Park’s Naumburg Bandshell has been host to countless legendary acts ranging from Duke Ellington to the Grateful Dead. Still a popular destination for visiting orchestras and other acts, the bandshell was nearly demolished in 1991, back when Central Park and many parts of Manhattan were still dangerous. From the NY Times, Dec. 20, 1991: Seeing it …

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Jay Leno Comes Out
(In Support of Gay Marriage)

Perhaps as penance for his recent “gay face” controversy, Tonight Show host Jay Leno will appear at a gay marriage rally at a West Hollywood gay bar tonight. Jay Leno will be among the boldfaced names at a gay marriage celebration and rally tomorrow night at the Abbey in West Hollywood. T.R. Knight will join the Matthew Shepard Foundation’s Judy …

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No Stay Of CA Marriage Ruling

This just in: California’s highest court has refused to stay until after the November election its decision legalizing same-sex marriage in the state. Conservative religious and legal groups had asked the California Supreme Court to stop its order from becoming effective until voters have the chance to weigh in on the issue. An initiative that would amend the state constitution …

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Folsom Street East XII – June 22nd

The 12th annual installment of Folsom Street East takes place on June 22nd in West Chelsea on W.28th Street. Folsom Street East is New York’s premiere s/m-leather-fetish themed street festival. Produced by Gay Male S/M Activists (GMSMA), Folsom Street East is the largest outdoor event of its kind on the East Coast attracting nearly 10,000 visitors. Performances already schedule this …

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