President Obama angered hungry customers at a Texas BBQ restaurant when he cut the line last week. But it was what the president said when he reached the front of the line that is getting the most ink in the liberal press.
Photos of two gay men welcoming a baby boy into the world went viral as soon as they hit Facebook. Photographer Lindsay Foster explained to Today.com why the two men are shirtless as they hold the infant as if they are the ones who gave birth to him.
Joan Rivers may have crossed the line when she joked about first lady Michelle Obama after officiating a same-sex wedding recently.
The Gay agenda’s war on heterosexual women and family traditions continues.
This story sounds like something out of a Frankenstein movie: 2 gay men in Dallas, Texas hired a surrogate to carry eggs that were fertilized in a lab. When the surrogate delivered two healthy baby boys the men petitioned a Texas judge to remove the birth mother’s name from the birth certificates and replace her name with their own — as if they gave birth to the boys.
Wisely, the judge said no.
In my post titled “Tae Heckard is Brandon Jennings’ Problem Now” I told you that Tae was once married to a woman.
And since TMZ lives on my blog, someone on TMZ’s staff did a little digging and uncovered a civil union license with Tae and another woman’s names on it.
Before Tae ties the knot with Brandon (and his financial assets), she must first divorce her wife.
Three gay couples are challenging Georgia’s ban on same-sex marriage, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The three couples and a lesbian widow filed a federal lawsuit challenging the ban that prevents homosexual marriages from taking place in Georgia.
The plaintiffs include two Atlanta men who are raising a 9-year-old boy together.
Jennings, 24, is clearly smitten with bisexual socialite (and sometime actress) LaShontae Heckard. And LaShontae, 40, is clearly smitten with Jennings’ money.