-A new book chronicles the challenges and difficulties faced by gay youth in America through 40 personal stories.
-The Family Research Council resurrects Paul Cameron’s “statistics” in an attempt to bolster its argument against ENDA.
–Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe makes a major gift to the Trevor Project, which operates a suicide prevention hotline for LGBTQ youth.
-The US Army investigates claims that American soldiers participated in the murder of gay Iraqis and finds no evidence to support the allegations.
-The Anchorage, AK assembly passes a non-discrimination ordinance. Mayor Sullivan has not yet announced whether he will veto.
-The Spectrum, a Utah newspaper, refuses to run a same-sex wedding announcement.
-Equality California recommends waiting until 2012 to attempt to repeal Proposition 8.
-Ex-gay survivor James Stabile establishes a ministry to help others who have gone through ex-gay programs.
-Hotelier Doug Manchester, a devout Catholic and major Prop 8 supporter, files for divorce.
-Writer Joel Engardio takes another look at the Gay Christian Network in the wake of the APA’s latest report on reparative therapy.