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Gay Couple Get Engaged On Let's Make A Deal

Gay Couple Get Engaged On Let's Make A Deal

LMAD Proposal

... and five other things you should know today.

1. When one lederhosen-clad man proposed to his lederhosen-clad boyfriend on the popular game show, Let's Make A Deal, the crowd went wild. The full epsisode will air tomorrow, but take a look at the very beautiful and very strange scene below:

2. More casting information has been announced for American Horror Story: Hotel. Ryan Murphy announced today that Wes Bentley would be joining Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, and Cheyenne Jackson on the upcoming season. While Jessica Lange has announced her departure, there are rumours that Kathy Bates and Evan Peters will also be returning. [The Hollywood Reporter]

3. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said that tackling discimination against trans people represents the next battleground for LGBT rights. He also said that "homophobic and biphobic bullying" in schools was "one of the reasons I became so convinced about gay marriage." Cameron's Conservative (Tory) Party pushed through marriage equality legislation last year, despite the fact that it sparked a bitter debate among his own supporters. He said he was "very proud" of that legislation, but that much more remains to be done. [Buzzfeed]

4. Top Muslim clerics in Indonesia have issued a fatwah on LGBT people, calling for the death penalty. "It doesn't matter that they love each other," Hasanuddin A.F. told the Jakarta Globe. "The law still prohibits it. In Islamic law, it's a sexual act that must be heavily punished. It would be bad if the government allows same-sex marriage." [Pink News]

5. CBS will be airing a profile on Landon Wilson, who was kicked out of the United States Army for being transgender. The special aims to raise visibilty of an often misunderstood and misrepresented community, and shed light on the limitations of the repeal of 'don't ask, don't tell.' [Huffington Post]

6. And watch John Stewart hilariously tear into marriage equality oppontents from Oklahoma to Arkansas:

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