2. The State of Georgia could be facing some TV-industry boycotts over the anti-gay adoption bill being backed by Senate Republicans and next headed to the House. Bill Wexler, who was showrunner for “The Grinder” and “the Comedians,” took to Twitter and posted, “To my fellow showrunners: if this dumb bill becomes law, let’s be done filming television shows in Georgia.” Since tweeting, he has received support from Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black (“Milk”), actor Billy Eichner and “Army Wives” creator Katherine Fugate.
4. German DJ Felix Jaehn, who has topped dance charts with remixes of OMI’s “Cheerleader” and his own hit “Ain’t Nobody,” has come out as bisexual. “I dream of finding the person I want to share my life with, man or woman,” he told ZEIT magazine.
5. LGBTQ Nation celebrates Black History Month with a look at the life of black lesbian Rosetta Tharpe, “The Godmother of Rock & Roll.”