Local librarians face protests over gay film: “Regardless of what she thought of homosexuality, she was not going to compromise the library’s mission.” [PennLive]

NJ Library Removes LGBT Book After Complaint From Member Of Glenn Beck’s 9/12 Movement: “The library cited “child pornography” as its reason for removing the book.” [TPM, USA Today]

20 classic works of gay literature: “We look to the books that have provided a richer understanding of the joys and challenges particular to gay life.” [Jacket Copy]

Cinema’s most pivotal gay sex scenes: “As “The Kids are All Right’s” refreshing love scene hits theaters, a look back at the hook-ups that got us there.” [Salon]

Alexander Chee on Marriage: “In the U.S., a couple who barely know each other can marry in a publicly validated media spectacle with a sound track, soft lighting, promotional deals and a cash prize, as long as they are a man and a woman.” [AOL]

Tom Marino’s ‘Tomorrow May Be Too Late’ featured: “A near-20 year journey, detailing a journey that seems suited for Hollywood.” [Windy City]

Bloggers take on Queer ComicCon: “We were so glad to see one of the most prolific and prominent LGBT writer/artists in comics at the Prism booth and at the Gays in Comics panel at Comic-Con.” [Prism]

Photo via: Prism Comics


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