Here's this week's roundup of stories we didn't get to cover in depth on the site this week. Got your own posts we should all see? Leave 'em in the comment section. Blogwhore your own stuff, if you'd like.
- Coming out in middle school: "When I first realized I was gay," Austin interjected, "I just assumed I would hide it and be miserable for the rest of my life. But then I said, 'O.K., wait, I don't want to hide this and be miserable my whole life.' "
- A three-judge panel of the Tennessee Court of Appeals has unanimously ordered a trial court to reconsider a ban preventing a divorced mom from having her partner of 10 years and her own children stay overnight at her home at the same time.
- The American Civil Liberties Union filed a motion before the Wisconsin Supreme Court Tuesday on behalf of five same-sex couples asking that the couples be allowed to participate in a lawsuit that will decide whether the state's newly enacted domestic partner law violates Wisconsin's anti-gay marriage amendment.
- Seventy religious leaders added their names this week to the growing list of endorsements for the National Equality March.
- Representative Joe Sestak has written a letter to the Secretary of the Navy [pdf] requesting an inquiry into the promotion of a Chief Petty Officer who oversaw and participated in a two-year train of abuses against a gay sailor and other members of his unit.