Morning Gaelickers! In the immortal words of Rebecca Black, it’s Friday, Friday. Whilst I love the song I won’t repeat the rest of it ’cause it will become an earworm getting stuck in your head and then there’s no saving you But aren’t Friday’s great!?
Annapolis – Maryland became the eighth state in the nation to legalise same-sex marriage on Thursday, just as opponents were ramping up efforts to repeal the new law at the ballot box.
WikiQueer, a gay, bi and trans online encyclopaedia has launched publicly this week.
YouTube has announced it will broadcast the star-studded LA reading of Duston Lance Black’s Proposition 8 play this weekend.
Staying with PinkNews, and we posted this on our Facebook page during the week. I always loved George Clooney:
George Clooney has said he will never deny rumours that he might be gay because it would be ‘unfair and unkind’ to the gay community to give someone the opportunity to make it ‘seem like being gay is a bad thing’.
Talking to the Advocate, the actor, now 50, says he believes equality “will soon be the law of the land”.
* sigh *
Isn’t he lovely?!
Lusaka – Zambia has no plans to amend laws that outlaw homosexuality, a government spokesman said in Lusaka on Thursday, following speculation of a change in response to a recent call from United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon.
“The laws of the land are very clear on this issue,” Fackson Shamenda told a press briefing. He added that the government did not view gay rights as enshrined in international law.
Okay, they do more than kiss. When female bonobos are banging other female bonobos, they really want everyone to know.
New York City celebrated the opening Thursday of what city officials say is the nation’s first full-service senior center designed specifically for the gay community.
Social media once again hits hard, this time affecting the District American Kitchen & Wine Bar at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel.
A lesbian couple, celebrating their anniversary in the restaurant, was reportedly kicked out after a kiss and hug. “My partner and I were reminiscing… in one of the tall booths. I had my arm around her neck, and she had her hand around my waist. I gave her a hug for about a minute, pulled myself away to give her a quick kiss, and then we continued talking,” Kenyata White told AZ Central.
And finally from Jezebel: 95-Year-Old Woman Sets World Record By Marrying Her Adorable 98-Year-Old Boyfriend.
How cute are they?!