Scissor Sisters confirmed as the support act on the Lady Gaga tour.
Upcoming same-sex kissing on Glee (do any of you watch Glee? I feel like the last person on earth who hasn't seen it.
Florida Appeals court says ban on gay parents adopting is unconstitutional
Discussion of DADT in the Senate blocked by a filibuster and then failed vote (Guessing the Senate Republicans and a few Democrats took cues from the Defense dept who for some reason wasn't interested in Lady Gaga's performance)
Special note: we shop in a NEX every week that has a gift shop with "Navy Girlfriend" "Navy Boyfriend" "Navy Wife" shirts. I wondered aloud last week if they would be ordered in gender neutral shirt styles or become more available in the men's style. (Currently only Navy Dad and My daughter's in the Navy seem to come in men's shirts)
What else has been in the news lately? What interests you?
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