5 LGBT things you need to know today, Nov. 10

1. “The status quo there changes, you know, so there are plenty of opportunities.” U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer signaled on Sunday that the case isn’t closed on the high court taking up same-sex marriage just yet.

2. Pope Francis has invited American evangelical leaders to a Vatican colloquium to talk about marriage equality.

3. The NFL is announcing today that for the first time, they will expand their outreach on contracting opportunities to LGBT-owned businesses for the 2016 Super Bowl, which will be held in San Francisco.

4. “We are living in 2014. We can’t simply behave the way diplomats used to, whispering platitudes.” A Vogue profile on Gerard Araud, the openly gay French ambassador to the United States.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: HBO releases a teaser for season two of “Looking.”