ON OUR GAYDAR — News, notes, clicks, and quips from around the web.
• Protect Marriage Washington is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court to keep the names of its anti-gay donors hidden. “Justice Anthony Kennedy ordered that the state file a written response on Monday.”
• With the AIDS Vaccine Conference beginning today in Paris, International AIDS Vaccine Initiative’s founder Seth Berkley argues that the Thai study — exposed as quite flawed — still has merit inside the AIDS research community: “But with news outlets reporting that the trial results may be a fluke, there is a risk that they will be forever tainted, whatever the final analyses show. What’s more, the stain of dubiousness may remain on all AIDS vaccine research and development. That would be a shame.”
• Irish hurler and national sports hero Donal óg Cusack comes out in his autobiography Come What May.
• The list of reasons why gay men are better than straight men is mostly about physical appearance. Duh.
• Glee‘s Cory Monteith gets all sorts of naked. Just not on the show.
• Lesbian high school senior Ceara Sturgis will not get to see her tuxedo photo run in the yearbook: Wesson Attendance Center is standing by its decision to ban it.
• Wanda Sykes hits the Equality Family Council event:
• British nightclub Pink has cut down on rowdy patrons with fake police van.
• Story after story about how not having ENDA in place affects Americans of all walks.