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Danica Roems Opponent Compares Marriage Equality to Slavery
The groundbreaking trans state legislator faces Kelly McGinn, who has called marriage equality "morally repugnant."

SNLs Portrayal of Pence as a Fey Gay Is Offensive in Its Laziness
Is there a lower form of humor than a pun? Saturday Night Live may have found it.

Billy Eichner Feels Straight on the Street With the Jonas Brothers
The gay comedian heralded the return of the "Sucker" singers to a mixed crowd of New Yorkers.

12 Photos of Gorgeous Queer Men in Bangladesh From Elska

Why Pete Buttigieg Loves Game of Thrones
An underdog makes a bid for the Iron Throne — er, White House.

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'Pulp Fiction' turns 25
Quoting Ezekiel 25:17 from "Pulp Fiction" will likely get you laughed out of Sunday school class.

This Day in History

Pac-Man Arcade Game Released (1980)
First released in Japan in 1980, Pac-Man went on to become one of the most famous arcade games of all time. Developed by Namco video game designer Toru Iwatani, the game became an icon of 80s pop culture and is often credited with being a landmark in video game history. For the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man in 2010, Google turned its homepage logo into a fully playable version of the game. How much productivity did businesses reportedly lose from employees playing the game? Discuss

Island of Saint Helena Discovered (1502)
The uninhabited island of St. Helena was discovered by Portuguese navigator João da Nova in the eastern South Atlantic, 1,200 mi (1,931 km) west of Africa. It became a port of call for ships sailing between Europe and the East Indies and was annexed by the British East India Company in 1659. Because of the island's remoteness, when the British exiled Napoleon Bonaparte in 1815, he was sent there. It became a British crown colony in 1834, but its importance declined after what was opened in 1869?

Shake-Speares Sonnets First Published (1609)
Shakespeare penned 154 sonnets in his lifetime. Likely written sometime in the 1590s, the majority of the poems were first published in a 1609 work titled Shake-Speares Sonnets. The first 126 of the 154 sonnets are addressed to a young man whose identity has long intrigued scholars. The publisher, Thomas Thorpe, wrote a dedication to the first edition in which he claimed that a person with the initials WH had inspired the sonnets. What are some theories about who the man might have been?