Late Thursday, in the House of Commons, during question period, both the NDP and the Conservative Party strongly denounced Uganda's pending anti-gay legislation that would make homosexuality a crime.
Several month's back I wrote to the Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence for Canada. In my email I expressed concern that members of the Canadian Forces who had been discharged for being homosexual, prior to Canada striking that law from the books, still faced that blemish on their records and weren't eligible for veteran's benefits.
On Friday, November 27th, the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) takes place in Trinidad and Tobago -- chaired by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni -- Will the Commonwealth suspend Uganda for its pending hate legislation or will it be business as usual?
The troubled gay media empire known as Window Media LLC finally collapsed and has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Window Media's failure also brings about the closure of the remainder of it's publications which included the Washington Blade, (which just celebrated its 40th anniversary) Southern Voice, David Atlanta, and South Florida Blade.
Recently, the Army Times interviewed Secretary of the Army John McHugh covering a wide range of topics including how repealing the law banning open service of homosexuals might be handled by the Pentagon.
Late last week, Harvard University released the findings of a new study on facial preferences of men and women which included for the first time the facial feature preferences of gay men and lesbian women. The results weren't surprising and sadly too predictable. Moreover, for gay and straight men, facial attraction operates similarly.