A 19-year-old British art student plans to lose his virginity to a male friend in front of a live audience.
Clayton Pettet plans to invite 100 guests to witness his “Art School Stole My Virginity” art exhibit in January in London, England, the NY Daily News reports.
After they clean themselves off, the “artists” plan to ask the audience members what they thought of their performance.
Pettet’s parents supposedly aren’t aware he is gay.
NBA legend Magic Johnson says he knew his youngest son, Earvin “EJ” Johnson, 20, was gay “for years” before he finally had “the talk” with him.
In an emotional interview with gossip website TMZ.com, Johnson, 53, said he and his wife Cookie confronted EJ about his sexuality when the boy was only 12.
A N. Carolina church made a bold statement in support of gay marriage by vowing to halt traditional weddings if gay marriage isn’t legalized by the Supreme Court.
The Green Street United Methodist Church released a statement on Monday asking pastors to stop performing weddings for heterosexuals until same sex weddings cane be performed in the church.
“At Green Street Church, we claim the committed same-sex relationships as no less sacred in their ministry to us and the community,” the statement reads.
The National Institute of Health has allotted $1.5 million to study why lesbians tend to be overweight. Yes, I know, the money could have gone to feed and house the homeless, but this study must be important to somebody.
A group of Indiana students are rallying for a separate prom that excludes homosexual students, WTWO reports.
The students, their parents, teachers, and others believe gays should be banned from the Sullivan High School prom next Sunday at the Sullivan First Christian Church.
“We don’t agree with [homosexuality] and it’s offensive to us,” said Diana Medley, a special education teacher at another school in town.
The NY Post reports that a well-liked NYPD sergeant committed suicide after fighting with her girlfriend.
The Post quotes police sources who say Stephanie Moses shot herself to death in the bedroom of her Long Island home.
“On behalf of the New York City Police Department, I extend my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Sgt. Stephanie Moses who was, on so many occasions, the face of the NYPD on the national stage as well as routinely at police ceremonies,” said Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
In May 2011, Moses was greeted by Barack Obama during a 9/11 Memorial ceremony.
Moses spent most of her career in the department’s Ceremonial Unit.
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