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via Big Gay Picture Show by Tim Isaac on 3/8/13
Andrea-RiseboroughWith shooting due to begin on Birdman in just a few weeks, director Alejandro González Iñárritu is having to put his cast together fast. At the beginning of the week it was revealed that Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Naomi Watts and Zach Galifianakis had signed up, yesterday Edward Norton was added, and now Deadline reports that British actress Andrea Riseborough has joined the cast.
The movie is about an actor (Michael Keaton) who years ago became very famous playing an iconic superhero, but who’s career is on the skids. In the hope of making a comback, he attempts to pull off a Broadway adaptation of a Raymond Carver story. However it proves incredibly difficult, thanks to his egotistical lead actor (Edward Norton). Andrea Riseborough is playing Jane, although no other info has been released about the character.
Alejandro González Iñárritu is directing from a screenplay he co-wrote with Alexander Dinelaris. It’s going to be a big year for Riseborough, who’s got Welcome to the Punch, Disconnect, and Oblivion coming out in the next few months.
Oblivion Actress Andrea Riseborough Joins Birdman from Big Gay Picture Show

via The Guardian's Facebook Wall by The Guardian on 3/8/13
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via Big Gay Picture Show by Tim Isaac on 3/8/13
oz-great-powerful-poster3Disney must have a fair amount of confidence in Oz The Great And Powerful, as the studio already has a sequel in the works. Variety reports that Mitchell Kapner, who co-wrote the first screenplay with David Lindsay-Abaire, has been hired to pen the follow-up.
It’s early days and nothing has been released about the story, although it will presumably follow Oscar Digg’s further adventures in Oz, between the first movie and the arrival of Dorothy. There are still a few legal issues they’ll have to get around through, as while L. Frank Baum’s novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is in the public domain, anything specifically added by MGM for the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz is out of bounds (as it’s owned by them), such as Dorothy’s ruby slippers.
Mitchell Kapner was hired to work on the sequel script months ago, although Disney hasn’t commented on the sequel plans at this time.
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via Gay Voices by Religion News Service on 3/7/13
(RNS) Five key Catholic bishops are opposing the newly authorized Violence Against Women Act for fear it will subvert traditional views of marriage and gender, and compromise the religious freedom of groups that aid victims of human trafficking.
The act, to be signed into law by President Obama on Thursday (March 7), is intended to protect women from domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking, and allows the federal government to spend money to treat victims and prosecute offenders.
But for the first time since the original act became law in 1994, it spells out that no person may be excluded from the law's protections because of "sexual orientation" or "gender identity" -- specifically covering lesbian, transgender and bisexual women.
That language disturbs several bishops who head key committees within the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops that deal with, among other issues, marriage, the laity, youth and religious liberty.
"These two classifications are unnecessary to establish the just protections due to all persons. They undermine the meaning and importance of sexual difference," the bishops said in a statement released by the USCCB on Wednesday.
"They are unjustly exploited for purposes of marriage redefinition, and marriage is the only institution that unites a man and a woman with each other and with any children born from their union," the statement continued.
The bishops also take issue with the lack of "conscience protection" for faith-based groups that help victims of human trafficking, an addition they sought after the Obama administration decided in 2011 to discontinue funding for a Catholic group that works with trafficking victims, many of whom were forced to work as prostitutes.
The administration instead funded other groups that, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, could provide a full range of women's health services, including referrals for contraception or abortion, both of which the Catholic Church opposes.
"Conscience protections are needed in this legislation to ensure that these service providers are not required to violate their bona fide religious beliefs as a condition for serving the needy," reads the statement of the bishops, who have supported previous versions of the act.
The statement was signed by:
-- Bishop Stephen E. Blaire of Stockton, Calif., chairman of the Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development
-- Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco, chairman of the Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage
-- Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Ind., chairman of the Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth
-- Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore, chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty
-- Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles, chairman of the Committee on Migration
The bill passed the Senate 78 to 22 on Feb. 12, and the House passed it on Feb. 28 on a vote of 286 to 138, with no Democrats in opposition. Some Republicans objected to the bill for reasons similar to the bishops'.

via Gay Voices by AP on 3/7/13
OBERLIN, Ohio -- Oberlin College says the FBI has agreed to investigate possible bias incidents at the historically liberal college.
Spokesman Scott Wargo says the college approached the FBI with "significant concerns" about the incidents, which began the first week of February. He says the FBI notified Oberlin on Thursday that it would begin investigating.
Classes were canceled Monday after a report of someone wearing what looked like a Ku Klux Klan-type hooded robe on campus.
A police report has also detailed the defacement of Black History Month posters with the N-word, a "whites only" sign written above a water fountain, a swastika drawn on a science center window and a student knocked to the ground by a person making a derogatory comment about ethnicity. Two students are being investigated for possible involvement in the graffiti.

via Gay Voices by AP on 3/7/13
WASHINGTON -- Former President Bill Clinton is calling on the Supreme Court to overturn a law he signed that bars federal recognition of same-sex marriages.
Clinton says the Defense of Marriage Act is incompatible with the Constitution. He says he signed the law in 1996 to avoid legislation that would have been even worse for gays.
Clinton writes in a Washington Post op-ed that American society has changed. He says he now realizes the law discriminates against gays and provides an excuse for others to discriminate, too.
The Obama administration has stopped defending the law in court, and the Supreme Court is expected to take up a challenge to it later this month.
Separately, the high court is also considering whether California's gay marriage ban should stand.

via Gay Voices by Robin Wilkey on 3/7/13
Just when you thought apps couldn't get any better/worse, in comes one to (ahem) blow the rest out of the water.
Since it's now possible to prevent drunk-dials, track your ovulation and determine which of your friends would sleep with you all with the swipe of an iPhone, you may as well get your potential STDs checked out that way too. And with STD Triage, you can do just that.
Launched earlier this week in San Francisco, STD Triage allows users to snap a photo of any below-the-belt worries and submit it anonymously to a team of licensed dermatologists. Within 24 hours, a user will receive an email back with an educated guess of what the problem might be, and a suggestion of whether or not a user should book a doctor's appointment.
"We're basically a step between a Google search and a trip to the doctor," explained Alexander Börve, who created the app at UC Berkeley. But while all STD Triage doctors are licensed dermatologists, Börve is quick to note that the app is in no way a diagnosis service or a substitute for a doctor's visit.
"A patient-doctor relationship is essential for diagnosis," he told The Huffington Post. "But we can at least point someone in the right direction."
The anonymous app is free to download and free to submit a photo, but users pay $9.99 to read the results--a sum that, should that burning sensation continue, we have a feeling you'll be willing to turn your head and cough up.
No iPhone? No problem! STD Traige has an anonymous website, too.
Börve, an orthopedic surgeon, is also the founder of Swedish app iDoc24 (a similar service that addresses dermatological issues) and is working toward a thesis in digital health at Berkeley.
According to Borve, about 70 percent of the cases submitted to iDoc24 result in a recommendation for an over-the-counter treatment.
"But we're really concerned with making sure that 30 percent takes steps to get to a doctor right away," he told HuffPost.

via Gay TV's Facebook Wall by Gay TV on 3/8/13
Mr. Gay Europe 2011 - Live on TV from Bucharest

Mr. Gay Europe 2011 - Live on TV from Bucharest

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Still image taken from video shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un speaking with senior military officials at an undisclosed locationThe U.S. is "fully capable" of defending itself against a North Korean missile attack, the White House says.

New York City police officers escort Julio Acevedo, in light blue hood, into the 78th precinct, Thursday, March 7, 2013 in New York. Acevedo was arrested in Pennsylvania on Wednesday after a friend arranged his surrender. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)A suspect was charged in the crash that killed a man, his pregnant wife and their baby.

Still image taken from an undated video of Suleiman Abu GhaithReports say the al Qaeda spokesman was held by Iran before his capture by the U.S.