Featured Music Video: Night People

This Week's Featured Music Video: The Human League's single, "Night People" -- Watch:

Conservative Infighting Over Gay Rights

Conservative Politics Watch: The repeal of "Dont' ask, dont' tell" and the inclusion of gay Republican group GOProud has caused some right wing groups to abandon the Conservative Political Action Conference. Syndicated columnist Dan Savage discusses on Countdown. Watch:

Of Homophobia & Hollywood

To Be An "Out" Actor or Not To Be: In this video, The Young Turks discuss the Advocate's Q&A with Richard Chamberlain, where Chamberlain advised actors not to come out and they talk about whether or not Hollywood has an anti-gay bias. Watch:

PSA: Beware the Bizarre World of the Bisexual

Hello, What's This? Mister Sharp shares an important "vintage" PSA on The Bizarre World of the Bisexual. Watch:

Fun With Dick: Debunking FRC's Mindless Bigoted Bile

Debunking Bigoted Myth Makers: Richard (Dick) Coughlan debunks Peter Spriggs and the Family Research Council's report, "The Top Ten Myths About Homosexuality". Watch:

Featured Music Video: Santa's Disco

Featured Christmas Eve Music: Santa's Disco from The Superions' Desination Christmas album -- Watch:

A Family Fights Bullying

CNN Education Contributor, Steve Perry interviews a gay teen and his educator mom, who are helping kids realize they're not alone. Watch:

DADT -- This is Done.

An Emotional & Monumental Day: At 9:35 AM ET, Wednesday, December 22, 2010, President Obama signed the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act before a large crowd at the Department of Interior in Washington, D.C. -- Watch:

Featured Music Video: Fruitcake

Today's Featured Music Video: is from The Superions, Destination Christmas album. The song: Fruitcake -- Watch:

Barney Frank Owns Up To "That Radical Homosexual Agenda"

"Gay Agenda's": Rep. Barney Frank applauds repeal of "don't ask don't tell," and says gays also should have the right to get married, be protected against violent crimes, and to be able to get a job -- 2 Down, 2 to Go -- Watch:

Success: Senate Votes To End DADT

Senate Votes "Yes" - Repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell: On Saturday, Dec. 18th, the U.S. Senate voted 65-31 to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" - But changes won't go into effect immediatly -- CNN, NBC, NY Times and others report:

Featured Music Video: Shampain

This week's featured music video: Shampain, the brand new single from Marina & the Daimonds' debut album 'The Family Jewels'. Watch:

Is America Ready for a Gay President?

Question of the Week: This week, in a wide ranging interview posted at Big Think, former President Jimmy Carter was asked if America is ready for a gay president.

The Pope's Personal Strip Tease...

Not That There's Anything Wrong With Incredibly Well Built Acrobats Stripping...

"Seth's School Didn't Care" :Mother Who Found Her Son Hanging from Tree

How Schools Are Failing: Wendy Walsh tells the story of how her gay thirteen year-old son, Seth, took his life after his school failed to keep other students from bullying him because of his sexual orientation. Watch:

Featured Music Video: Gay Pirates

This Week's Featured Music Video: Cosmo Jarvis' swashbuckling video from his single 'Gay Pirates' from his lastest album 'Is The World Strange or am I Strange?'. Watch:

DADT Vote Failed in Senate - What's Next

Latest DADT Repeal Efforts: CNN's Anderson Cooper and his panel discuss the repeal effort of "don't ask, don't tell." and the failure in the Senate yesterday -- Plus Lieberman's efforts and latest push. Watch:

Ken Mehlman on Why the GOP Should Support Gay Marriage

Looking Ahead at the GOP: Now openly gay, former RNC chairman, Ken Mehlman explains briefly why Republicans should support gay marriage; in answer to the question: "How can the Republican Party reach out to the gay community when its policies actively seek to restrict gay rights?" Watch:

Of The Slippery Anti-gay Slope & Hyperbole

Rachel Maddow describes the context of Uganda's "Kill the gays" bill, its ties to the C Street "Family," the history of anti-gay paranoia, and why it's not hyperbole when a law literally calls for putting gay people to death. Watch:

David Bahati Explains His Anti-gay Crusade to Rachel Maddow

Beauty Presses Beast: Ugandan MP David Bahati explains to openly gay TV host, and political commentator Rachel Maddow, his views on homosexuality and the motivation behind his anti-gay crusade. Watch:

Same-sex Interstate Custody Battle Drags On in Court Wrangling -- Meanwhile Child is Missing

U.S. Supreme Court Again Refuses to Hear Case of Same-Sex Couple's Interstate Custody Dispute -- In a Related Ruling, Vermont Supreme Court Affirms Transfer Of Custody -- Child at Center of Custody Battle is Still Missing.

The End of Hay Fever is Just the Beginning

The fourth and final performance of Basement Theatre's production of Noël Coward's Hay Fever last Saturday marks the end of a very long year, and the beginning of something wonderful; maybe even a number of marvellous things.

Featured Music Video: Lover

This week's featured music video is the heart-wrenching song from Tom Goss. "Lover" tells a story very rarely told: of the loss endured by partners of gay servicemembers who are killed in battle. Watch:

Study Focuses on LGBT Youth Suicide & Mental Disorders

One-third of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth have attempted suicide in their lifetime -- a prevalence comparable to urban, minority youth -- but a majority do not experience mental illness, according to a new report by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

I'm Doing This For All GLBT People So They Don't Have To Go What I Went Through :Surviving Partner of State Trooper

Same-Sex Couples Excluded From Receiving Survivor Benefits: Surviving Partner Of Missouri State Trooper Killed On Duty Challenges Discriminatory Benefits Policy.

Chairmen of DADT Study: If the law is repealed, we are prepared to lead - Give us the tools

Defense Secretary Robert Gates endorsed a repeal of the 1993, 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' law after the Pentagon released a study concluding changing the law would pose little or no risk to unit cohension. Jim Lehrer of PBS NewsHour talks to two chairmen of the study, Jeh Johnson and Gen. Carter Ham. Watch:

World AIDS Day 2010 Post

World AIDS Day 2010: Some headlines, some archive links and an anecdote.