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Indiana, Wisconsin judges lean toward gay marriage

Wisconsin, Indiana could be next to legalize gay marriage.

It looks like Indiana and Wisconsin could be the next states to legalize gay marriage.  Judges heard arguments defending the gay marriage bans in both states on Tuesday.  One of the judges, a Republican appointee, even compared the bans to laws that once prevented interracial marriage.

The Associated Press reports,

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V. Stiviano claims Donald Sterling is gay

V. Stiviano claims Donald Sterling is gay in new lawsuit

V. Stiviano says she never had sex with former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald T. Sterling, because she claims he is gay.

In the newest saga in on-going legal battles between V. Stiviano and Donald’s wife, Shelly Sterling, Stiviano claims that was “not ever a sexual partner of Donald T. Sterling” and “believes that [Sterling] is a homosexual and enjoys sexual acts and or sexual congress with males.”  That’s according to legal papers obtained by TMZ.com.

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What’s trending Wednesday?

what's trending wednesday

Here’s a look at what’s trending on social media and around the web on this Wednesday, August 20, 2014.

One topic that is trending across the board is a story that we brought you earlier.  Nicky Minaj unveiled the video for her latest single “Anaconda” today, and it is trending on Twitter, Facebook and most search engines.  You can watch the video right here at GaySocialites.com.

Moving on to Facebook… although it happened on Monday night, David Letterman’s tribute to actor Robin Williams is one of the biggest trends this afternoon.

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What’s trending on Tuesday?

GaySocialites.com's What's Trending

Here’s a look at what’s trending around the web on Tuesday, August 19th from social media to search engine.  We’ve got what’s hot all right here:

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Virginia gay marriage ban up to SCOTUS

Will the Supreme Court get involved in the ruling on Virginia gay marriage ban

Supporters of gay marriage in Virginia asked the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) on Monday not to stand in the way of a court ruling that would allow same-sex couples to start tying the knot later this month.

Reuters is reporting:

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