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Celebrities

Neil Patrick Harris In Rolling Stone Says Coming Out Helped His Career (And He’s Naked)

by David Badash ● 3:26 PM May 7, 2014
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Neil Patrick Harris is the cover story in the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone, and, well, it’s impossible to miss the fact that he’s naked — except for a bow tie and delicately-balanced top hat.

News

More Popular Than Jesus? Pope Francis Just Made The Cover Of Rolling Stone.

by David Badash ● 4:20 PM January 29, 2014
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John Lennon was infamously (and unfairly) mocked in 1966 when he claimed that the Beatles were “more popular than Jesus.” Now, is it the Pope’s turn to be “more popular than Jesus”?

Celebrities

Glamorizing Monsters

by Clinton Fein ● 11:07 AM July 19, 2013
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Will some kid look at the Rolling Stone cover with Dzhokhar Tsarnaev staring dreamily on it and think that if he does something even more violent than bomb Boston, he too will be famous?

Bigotry Watch

Uganda Tabloid Shockingly Publishes Front Page Photo Of Soccer Coach ‘Sodomizing’ Player

by David Badash ● 11:15 AM December 7, 2012
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A Ugandan tabloid has just published a shocking front page photo of a man it is claiming is Uganda’s top professional football coach “sodomising” one of his players.

Analysis

The New Civil Rights Movement’s Top 10 International LGBT Stories of 2011

by Tanya Domi ● 12:47 PM December 30, 2011
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2011 began with the murder of Ugandan David Kato, saw gay pride parades violently disrupted, but also offered promising news from Clinton, Obama, the UN, and the UK.