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If you search for "Where's My Mickey" on Google Play, you get a fine selection of ads for books that are less than mousey.
The latest issue of Brian K. Vaughan's "Saga" was temporarily removed from Comixology's iOS app due to a misunderstanding over Apple's guidelines, according to Comixology's CEO.
Companies such as Apple, Facebook, eBay, and Intel will add their support in the legal fight against bans on same-sex marriage, Fortune reports.
A Cameroonian man texts another man: "I am very much in love with you." That is enough to get him sent to prison. An appeal hearing held yesterday confirms his sentence.
The account temporarily went dark after a right-wing political figure tweeted the home address of a gay couple who won a court case against B&B owners who refused the men a room.
This post misstated Google's 'Legalize Love' campaign as attempt to legalize gay marriage. Rather, Google says, it's to promote safer conditions for gay and lesbian people inside and outside the office.
In an effort to make gay relationships be seen legally as identical to heterosexual ones, Google announces "Legalize Love," a campaign that pressures governments to do the right thing.
In addition to the tiny bride-groom timeline icons, the social network now offers bride-bride and groom-groom couples icons.
After gay-rights activists move to boycott the film version of "Ender's Game" to protest author Orson Scott Card's opposition to gay marriage, Card asks for tolerance of views like his.
DC Comics decides to create a new version of the 1940s superhero Green Lantern, one in which he's gay. The One Million Moms movement is upset. However, its Facebook page is adorned with pro-gay commentary.