Logo announces its lineup (The Hollywood Reporter) On Monday, Logo announced that they'll add two new programs and four returning programs to its lineup in the coming seasons. The new programs will be a Dallas, Texas version of "The A-List," and "Rx," a reality show about sex addiction. Returning programs include "RuRaul's Drag Race" and "The A-List: New York." Malaysia's first gay film is unexpected hit (LGBT Weekly) "Dalam Botol" ("In a Bottle"), directed by Khir Rahman, the first queer film to be produced and screened in Malaysia, has had a very successful box office run in a country where sodomy is still punishable by 20 years in prison. LGBT Weekly writes, "['In a Bottle'] is about a post-op transsexual who comes to realize that she may have been better off as a man. It has already earned more than 1million ringgit ($330,000) at Malaysian cinemas, reports the London Guardian, easily recouping its production and marketing costs of 970,000 ringgit. Celebrating the largest-ever Day of Silence (Day of Silence Blog) Friday, April 15 was a hugely successful national event, when hundreds of thousands of queer students and allies participated in a Day of Silence to raise awareness about harassment towards LGBTQ students. Day of Silence writes on their blog: "By now you've likely Broken the Silence, and begun to speak about your participation in the Day, your experiences with anti-LGBT bullying and the importance of making all schools safer for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression. Keep the conversation going! The Day of Silence is the first step towards a deeper dialogue amongst members of your community about how to improve your school's climate for LGBT and all students." Popular LGBT blog "Queerty" shutters (LGBT Weekly) The popular tongue-in-cheek pop culture blog Queerty closed down this week after a successful five-year run on the Internet. Known for its sarcastic criticisms of mostly gay culture, Queerty closed down after a series of disagreements with its corporate partner, 353 Media.