Gay News Today: Bits and pieces of everything gay. Evangelist Rick Warren’s Son Commits Suicide, Gay Activists Attack Rutgers Reponse to Coach Slurs, Every Gay Kid Could Use Some Magic, Margaret Thatcher Dies at 87, Traditional African Gay Wedding a First, Multiple Gay Players will come out in NFL


Gay-Rights Activists Attack Rutgers Response to Coach’s Slurs
Rutgers University is facing a growing backlash from gay-rights advocates across the U.S., threatening to keep New Jersey’s flagship school in crisis. Steven Goldstein, a Rutgers administrator and gay-rights activist, offered last week to help

Ayanbadejo and Kluwe believe multiple gay players will come out in NFL
Hamilton Spectator
There has been speculation that the NFL is on the verge of having its first openly gay player. Thursday night, two of the league’s most vocal advocates for equality suggested it may in fact be players — plural — who break through that barrier together.

Every gay kid could use some Magic
Washington Post (blog)
We spent so much time last week waiting for the next U.S. senator to come out for same-sex marriage that we totally missed two important cultural moments in the quest for acceptance for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. First, Ervin

Former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Dead at 87| Gay News
By Andy Towle
Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has died from a stroke, her press spokesman Lord Bell told news outlets this morning. Thatcher was the longest-serving prime minister of the UK of the 20th Century Bell’s statement according to the
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Twitter users speculate Rick Warren’s son was gay
New York Daily News
Twisted Twitter users turned tragedy into talking point Sunday, speculating that the son of evangelical megachurch Pastor Rick Warren committed suicide Saturday because he was secretly gay. Warren’s Saddleback Valley Community Church said in a

World harsher on gay parents
Times of India
“We feel that it is very important for social workers and adoption counselors to be made aware of the effects of modern anti-gay prejudices and they need to educate themselves and develop policies that help protect against these potential biases

Times of India

Traditional African gay wedding a first
stories visit Kwadukuza, April 7 – The small town of KwaDukuza was set abuzz this weekend as a young couple said “I do”. What was unusual about the ceremony was that it was the area’s ‘First Traditional African Gay Wedding’.

Gay rights supporters gear up to protest Putin visit to Amsterdam
Washington Post
In January, Russian lawmakers gave tentative approval to a bill that makes public events and dissemination of information about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community to minors punishable by fines of up to $16,000. It still requires final

Washington Post

US Supreme Court hears arguments on Gay marriage
The US Supreme Court is hearing arguments in favour of same sex marriages but after two days of proceedings, it looks unlikely that the gay rights movement will get the endorsement it seeks. photo. Gay pride flags at the US Supreme Court on Wednesday.

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