Nomination for Sexiest Weatherman
Let me introduce you to…
…the sexiest weatherman in Britain.
This is him…
…taking work seriously.
He gets sad telling people it’s going to rain all the time…
But he still knows how…
…to tell awkward jokes about the weather.
Dis his pouty face:
In short, the BBC should consider a Naked News hour.
Something about bison
- BBC: Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks to the BBC's Pallab Ghosh about what the Higgs boson is and why confirming its existence is so important for physicists.
- What I understood: Blah-blah-blah scientists confirm Highland Bison and everything we know about physics.
Newsweek Names Obama “The First Gay President”
Newsweek hopped on the colorful cover bandwagon on Sunday with the above image of Barack Obama dubbed as “The First Gay President.” Accompanying the bold headline is the President with a rainbow-colored halo. This comes only days after he announced his support for marriage equality in an ABC news interview.
Service Members Challenge DOMA
Servicemembers Legal Defense Network and Chadbourne & Parke LLP are filing a federal lawsuit today on behalf of several current and former active duty lesbian and gay service members challenging the denial of equal military family benefits. Despite implementation of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal, the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) still prevents same-sex couples in the military from getting important benefits that their straight colleagues receive.
Benefits impacted by DOMA include military family housing, access to legal services, spousal relocation support, medical and dental benefits, military ID cards, visitation rights in military hospitals, survivor benefits and the right to be buried together in military cemetaries. The plantiffs in the case are seeking the same recognition, family support and benefits for their same-sex spouses that the military already provides to opposite-sex spouses of both current and former service members.
The case was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. The Respect for Marriage Act – which has received bipartisan support – would repeal DOMA and ensure all married couples receive the full benefits of marriage under federal law.