1. Transgender activist and writer Janet Mock went on Huffpost Live to talk about her tense interview with CNN's Piers Morgan. She talks about what went down and the interview that rocked the internet. Check out the clip from HuffPost Live below:
2. The Forum for Equality Louisiana, an LGBTQ rights group, and four married same-sex couples are filing a lawsuit to challenge Louisiana's ban on recognizing same-sex marriages performed in other states. Louisiana's constitution currently prohibits not only same-sex marriages in the state, but also recognizing same-sex marriages performed in other states. The New York Daily News claims that there is another such legal challenge in Mississippi: a woman wants the state to recognize her California marriage so that she can get a divorce.
3. Greta Gerwig, star of Noah Baumbach's Francis Ha, will star in the How I Met Your Mother spin-off, How I Met Your Father. According to Vulture, Gerwig will play the show's protagonist Sally who is a "female Peter Pan who has never grown up and has no idea of where she's going in life." So she'll be reprising ever role she's ever played.
4. In other HIMYM news, Cristin Milioti--the eponymous mother in How I Met Your Mother--will star in Rashida Jones' pilot. According to Entertainment Weekly, Milioti will play Zelda, one of two leads in the single-camera comedy, A to Z.
5. The father of recently out college football star and probable NFL draft pick, Michael Sam, is not taking his son's coming out very well. Towleroad reports that though Sam Sr. says he loves his son, he is uncomfortable with his homosexuality and the prospect of an openly gay NFL player.
6. Mariah Carey's "You're Mine" should be added to your Valentine's Day sex playlist tout de suite. Give it a listen below:
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