Monday, September 29, 2008

Page 1 Consider (09/29)

  • End of a Dream: That damn Scarlett Johansson married my should-have-been husband Ryan Reynolds over the weekend in Vancouver, British Columbia. I guess I'll just have to get used to the idea of being his second spouse. (Reuters)

  • Google Rocks: The Internet giant doesn't normally take political positions, but even they couldn't not speak out about Prop 8: While we respect the strongly-held beliefs that people have on both sides of this argument, we see this fundamentally as an issue of equality. We hope that California voters will vote no on Proposition 8 -- we should not eliminate anyone's fundamental rights, whatever their sexuality, to marry the person they love. (GoogleBlog)

  • Hyphenallergenic? I don't care how great it is, I'm not eating skin. (MSNBC)

  • Perv Is Handi-capable: A quadriplegic man in Mobile, Ala., got caught secretly videotaping young girls while they took showers. (AP)

  • Out in Hollywood: Despite greater visibility, starring role are still rare. (NYT)

  • Miss Wasilla 1984: Don't deny it -- you're dying to watch Sarah Palin's 1984 beauty pageant swimsuit competition video. It's right HERE. (I hope she has something more contemporary to wear for Thursday.)

  • Queer Streets: Those crazy gays will try anything. First they started getting married, then they started having children. Now they're even trying homelessness. (LogoTV)

  • Something Stinks: You were smart enough not to shell out 12 bucks to see the crappy remake of "The Women" in the theater. But to hear my friend tell it, you wouldn't even want the thing in your house for 90 minutes on DVD. (RichWah)

  • Mighty: Catching up with Isis, the first* transgender model to compete on "America's Next Top Model." (*Tyra doesn't count since she's the host.) (PopWatch)

  • Mark Your Calendar: Did you know October is GLBT History Month?

  • Heather Locklear: First her face got fucked up, now her entire life. Aaron Spelling must be watching from above aghast. (People)

  • Tone Deaf: I thought the new MySpace Music setup sounded promising, but indie labels are already seeing the glass as less-than-half full. (LA Times)

  • (Self-)Hate Crime: I hope he doesn't try to kill me too, but I'm willing to bet 19-year-old Hector Sanchez is gay too. (News4Jax)
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