Monday, April 15, 2013

Jodi Arias Trial: Enhanced picture of Travis Alexander's Pupil

An "expert" for the defense says that he has enlarged and enhanced a photo of Travis Alexander's pupil, right before he died, that shows a reflection of a person who is standing in front of him holding a camera.

Here is the picture with a drawing of an outline:

Do it yourself rainbows cause social network frenzy on Facebook

rainbow crossings spark social movement on Facebook

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Cheyenne Jackson

Cheyenne Jackson posts a new Instagam pic. Extreme close-up beauty!


Psy has a new single "Gentleman". What do you think of it?


Nate Berkus announces engagement

Latest LGBTQ news: April 2013

Montana House Votes to Repeal Law Criminalizing Gay Sex Read more:

California Senate Panel Advances Bill That Could Strip the Boy Scouts of Tax Exempt Status Over Gay Ban Read more:

Rick Santorum Froths Over 'Free Speech Rights' After Michigan High School Cancels His Appearance Read more:


Rick Santorum Invited Back to Michigan High School After Cancellation Read more:

Gay man arrested at hospital for refusing to leave partner's bedside

Roger Gorley was arrested at the Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri on Tuesday after he refused to leave the bedside of his sick partner Allen, WDAF reports: He says when he got there, a member of Allen’s family asked him to leave. When Gorley refused, he says hospital security forcibly removed him from the property and put him in handcuffs. “I was not recognized as being the husband, I wasn’t recognized as being the partner,” Gorley said. While not legally recognized as a couple in Missouri, Gorley says he and his partner Allen have been in a civil union for nearly five years, and make medical decisions for each other. He says the nurse refused to verify they also share joint Power of Attorney. “She didn’t even bother to go look it up to check into it,” Gorley said. “He’s been at the psychiatric unit part several times.” The hospital released this statement, saying it does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation: We believe involving the family is an important part of the patient care process. And, the patient`s needs are always our first priority. When anyone becomes disruptive to providing the necessary patient care, we involve our security team to help calm the situation and to protect our patients and staff. If the situation continues to escalate, we have no choice but to request police assistance.

Here is the link to the news story about the couple