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August 8, 2014

Famous Gay Men Who’ve Married Women

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It can be difficult for people who aren’t in the tabloids every day to come out of the closet, so we can only imagine the courage it took for these gay celebrity men to do so. And while they worked up that courage, they were married to women.   CLICK TO READ MORE

Among that fleet is the battleship Iowa

Among that fleet is the battleship Iowa

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House Republicans Finally Surrender To ACORN

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WASHINGTON — After voting 13 times to block funding to an anti-poverty organization that does not exist, House Republicans appear to be throwing in the towel. The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now — better known as ACORN — disbanded in early 2010 because it was out of money. It was out of money because Congress had defunded the organization in late 2009, after conservative provocateur James O’Keefe had…

22 Candid Photos That Show How Beautiful Breastfeeding Really Is

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Inspired by her reluctance to nurse in public, one photographer and mother of four is seeking to normalize the sight of breastfeeding and show support for other nursing moms. Leilani Rogers is a Texas-based photographer who has launched an initiative called the Public Breastfeeding Awareness Project (PBAP). In anticipation of World Breastfeeding Week this year, she recruited over 50 photographers in the U.S., Canada, and Ireland to take pictures of…

As Obama Considers Iraq Strike, White House Spokesman Fumbles Anti-Genocide Doctrine

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WASHINGTON — In 2011, the White House issued a presidential study directive that states: “Preventing mass atrocities and genocide is a core national security interest and a core moral responsibility of the United States.” At the time, the Obama administration proudly announced that, unlike prior administrations, it wanted to give the U.S. a clear framework for preventing mass killings worldwide. This commitment to genocide prevention helped explain U.S. actions in…

Chef Garvin gives back to the community through ‘Give It Up For Good’ campaign

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Chef Garvin is a man of many talents — but this skilled chef is going from filling stomachs to warming the hearts of countless people in his latest mission. Recognized from his countless TV appearances, signature recipes and infectious smile, Chef Garvin is a distinguished celebrity chef who has teamed with Allstate in an effort to highlight local heroes in communities throughout America. The mission is part of the Give It…

‘Sorry, I Don’t Do Asians’: The Dangers of Racial Discrimination in Dating

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“I don’t find Asian men attractive.” I didn’t say it. He did: EJ, the guy from Amsterdam who designed IKEA stores (or something equally cool and IKEA-related) and had been living in Bangkok for 10 years. For some reason, he wanted to know if I was attracted to Asian men (my answer: when I found them attractive), and although some things would have been better left unsaid, he felt the…

Bill Cosby To Perform At Carnegie Hall For 2014 New York Comedy Festival

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How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Be Bill Cosby, apparently. The initial line up for the 2014 New York Comedy Festival (NYCF) was announced today, featuring shows by Amy Schumer, Hannibal Buress, Tig Notaro and more comedians du jour, but this year’s Carnegie Hall show is reserved for Mr. Cosby. Cosby will perform at the historic venue on Saturday, Nov. 8 during the festival which runs from Nov. 5-9….