Kanye West promotes France in new television commercial.
Massachusetts inmates sue prison over rules for HIV meds.
Condom prices rise as rains hit Southeast Asian rubber producing nations. "The cost of rubber climbed 65 percent over the past year, the Financial Times reported. Condomania, one of the largest specialty condom retailers in America, said condom prices jumped up to 20 percent in the past year and suppliers were warning of further increases."
Openly lesbian prosecutor brings down anti-gay Tom Delay.
Klimpton Hotels tops with gay travellers.
First lesbian couple to publicly come out in Botswana, where same-sex relations are punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Cast of Burlesque—Cher, Christina Aguilera and Cam Gigandet—speaks out on anti-gay bullying.
Ontario teacher accused of sexually assaulting, showing porn to students.
Former TN judge: Lesbians should be allowed to serve in the military "because straight male soldiers could 'convert' them."
And finally in the Ivory Coast: At least 2 are dead after polls close in presidential elections. The opposition party accuses the government of "voter intimidation, kidnapping and violence" but "millions of people voted largely without incident, reports the AP.