Friday Links with the Best Gay Possible

It’s Friday!

It’s the last Friday before St. Patrick’s Day. Here’s a collection of news and other things that struck me as worthy of being shared:

All 7 of Texas’ openly LGBT congressional, state legislative candidates win primaries.

Scientist Scan Brain of Woman Who Claims Out of Body Experiences While She Has It. And prove why the delusion feels so real.

Hal Douglas, 89, Superstar of Movie Trailer Narrators, Dies. In a world without Hal Douglas… how do they make movie trailers?

White Man March Coming To NYC To Fight “Anti-White Agenda”. One newsblogger from New York says that last time this group tried this, it wound up being two guys with badly made signs.

The 17 Equations That Changed the Course of History. Somewhat misleading title. Yes, they show an important logarithmic equation, but then what they talk about changing the world is the entire concept logarithms. Similarly with Calculus…

Clues to Genghis Khan’s rise, written in the rings of ancient trees.

I didn’t come from no monkey, updated.

Diamond Traps Rare Mineral, Brings to the Surface Tantalizing Clues from the Deep.

Dozens of Insect Species Living Only On Two Types of Flower.

Darren Hayes: ‘Come out. In your own time.’.

In One Sentence, Michele Bachmann Proves How Ignorant Republicans are about the Constitution.

Study: Police see black children as less innocent and less young than white children.


VLT Spots Largest Yellow Hypergiant Star.

Creatures from Your Dreams and Nightmares: Unbelievable Marine Worms Photographed by Alexander Semenov.

Tea Party Activists Aren’t Gearing Up For 2016 — They Want To Refight 1964.

Op-Ed: The outcry against Rayon in Dallas Buyer’s Club is less about Jared Leto playing a trans woman, and more about an industry where Rayon is the only trans woman allowed to exist.

Twins tell story of coming out to each other (yes, a repost from yesterday):

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The dance of the strategically placed towels:

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Bright Light Bright Light & Elton John – “I Wish We Were Leaving” :

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The ever fabulous Pet Shop Boys have created a lovely dance track from the “Noble Call” speech by Irish drag performer, Panti Bliss. It’s a lovely song, includes the whole speech, and yes, you can dance to it:

(If embedding doesn’t work, click here — And it’s available on iTunes here!)


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About fontfolly

I've loved reading for as long as I can remember. I write fantasy, science fiction, mystery, and nonfiction. I used to publish an anthropomorphic sci-fi/space opera literary fanzine. I attend and work on the staff for several anthropormorphics, anime, and science fiction conventions. I live near Seattle with my wonderful husband, still completely amazed that he puts up with me at all.

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