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imageGay marriage vs. monogamy, NFL player accused of forcing himself on a trans woman, CBS declines gay ad (we have the video), and the rest of Friday’s gay headlines.

Trans woman charges forcible sodomy against NFL cornerback Eric Green (top photo). The alleged incident took place in Arizona before he was traded to Miami.

Gay friendly scholars handicap the outcome of the Prop 8 trial. Testimony ended Wednesay, and final arguments aren’t due for a few more weeks.

Men caught on video sought by police in a Phoenix gay bar shooting. After an altercation with the DJ and the doorman, the two suspects came back and let loose with guns blazing in the club. One patron was wounded.

Constitutional ban on gay marriage in Indiana sees overwhelming 38-10 passage in the state Senate. Indiana already bans gay marriage by law, but proponents of the bill want to solidify it in the state’s founding document. The Democrat-run House is expected to stall the effort.

image New York Times says many successful gay marriages share an open secret: non-monogamous open relationships that include other partners (bottom photo).

Gay Orthodox rabbi in Seattle is nudging hard-line traditional Judaism toward more gay acceptance with a weekend of workshops.

Gay rights groups mobilize for “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal. After Obama’s State of the Union address, they’re ready to take the pressure to the next level.

Obama tells Florida gathering that extending domestic partner benefits to gay couples is the “right thing to do.”

North Carolina Supreme Court to hear child custody case of lesbian State Senator and her former girlfriend. Pundits say the decision could have far-reaching effects on gay adoption rights in the state.

CBS won’t let gay dating site run its ad during the Super Bowl because it’s “full”—after an extended time considering it. CBS still plans to run Tim Tebow’s ad for the anti-gay Focus on the Family during the game, and gay groups are claiming discrimination. Here’s the funny video of the declined ad for


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