Santorum’s greatest anti-gay hits, psychiatrist retracts study long used by “ex-gay” groups, NOM accounts hacked with pro-gay messages, “Don’t Trust the B— in Apt. 23’s” lesbian creator, and more LGBT headlines.

Santorum’s anti-gay greatest hits. In suspending his race on Tuesday, the former presidential candidate (top photo) ironically thanked “people who are overlooked by society or don’t seem to be as valuable as others in society.” Plus Santorum’s “indelible stain on the GOP,” and a warning: Santorum’s eyeing 2016.

NOM site, social media hacked. Pro-gay messages and mea culpas peppered anti-gay National Organization for Marriage’s Twitter account and blog early Wednesday. The blog has since been scrubbed and is “down for maintenance.”

Psychiatrist retracts study saying “ex gay” therapy works. Most “reparative therapy” groups quote Robert Spitzer’s 2001 study saying gay can be “cured.” Spitzer (second photo) now says the study was flawed with only self-reported statistics. He says requests to print a retraction were declined by the journal “Archives of Sexual Behavior.”

Equality Ohio won’t support effort to overturn gay marriage ban. In opposition to the language in a proposed ballot initiative, the state’s largest gay group says more analysis is needed. Freedom To Marry Ohio says the effort will continue.

Military university’s Pride Week freaks out alumni. After a first-ever six days of events that included the Condom Olympics and a Queer Prom, Norwich University alumni are bitching. The school still backs gay students but says it will take more oversight of future activities.

Lesbian creator’s “Don’t Trust the B—in Apt. 23” debuts Wednesday. Nahnatchka Khan (bottom photo, left) the out mastermind behind the midseason replacement sitcom starring Krysten Ritter and James Van Der Beek (center, right), says that the show holds appeal to gay and straight women alike.

Gay travel group honors American who pushed LGBT Israeli tourism. The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association will present one of its 29th annual awards to the pioneering work of Russell Lord, a New Yorker who has lived in Tel Aviv since 1981. He is credited with transforming Israel’s gay-friendly image and making it a top LGBT travel destinations.

Santorum photo from CNN; Spitzer photo via the Advocate; “Don’t Trust the B” photo from AfterEllen