In The News

[Content note for homophobia.]

Paul Ryan tells lots of lies. He's like a lying robot sent from the future to destroy us all with his lies. Oddly, the lie that is getting the most press is the one about how long it took him to run a marathon.

Holy hell, Portland, what's going on up there? "Same-sex marriage's ties to socialism"? I thought Portland was cool. I feel like IFC lied to me.

Chuck Norris wants you to know that a vote for Obama is a vote for evil.

Bienestar, an organization serving Southern California's Latino LGBT, HIV-positive and at-risk communities, was evicted from its new Van Nuys offices two days after opening. The landlord told the organization they were "bringing disease" to the building.

Unification Church founder Sun Myung Moon died.

Obviously: John C. Nienstedt, Archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis, is urging Catholic parishioners to vote in favor of a constitutional amendment in Minnesota defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

Roxy Music: the band that broke the sound barrier.

If you've been wondering what became of that Sean-Penn-as-Robert-Smith movie (I have) you can fret no more! You were fretting, right? This Must Be the Place hits theaters October 14th!

Conservatives are pissed that a character in the new animated film ParaNorman is gay.

Pulitzer time: This is the actual opening paragraph of a story on Yahoo News: "Nearly 20 percent of New Jersey's registered voters have at least one tattoo, a new poll conducted by Rutgers University ahead of the final season of MTV's Jersey Shore finds."

Clicking this link might make you sad.

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