A second-grader in NY was suspended after she wore a shirt with the slogan: "N the 'N' Word" and "It's time!" because the principal felt the shirt was "overly inflammatory." • Apparently there is a disease out there called "uncombable hair syndrome" which is basically the human version of Barbie hair. • Loss of chub in cheeks makes people look older. Look for cheek injections in the December issue of Elle this year! • A lesbian woman has sued a Miami hospital after they refused to let her see her dying partner and a worker told her that she was in an "anti-gay city and state." • Liz Tuccillo, a writer from Sex and the City and co-author of He's Just Not That Into You is still single, thinks finding a boyfriend is miraculous, and refuses to date online. • Candace Parker of the LA Sparks is the second woman to dunk in a WNBA game, which is apparently a pretty big deal. (More Leftovers after the jump)
• An unsanctioned Gay Pride Parade (the first in Cuba) that was organized by Florida's Unity Coalition was cancelled when two of the leaders were arrested, only one other person was set to march for the event. • JK Rowling's complaint that her privacy was violated when her home was pictured in newspapers has been rejected by the PCC. • Spain's parliament has given Great Apes (or chimps, gorillas, orangutans, and bonobos) the "human rights" of freedom and a right to life. • Bond girl names "Moneypenny" and "Honeychild" were actually inspired by British farm names. • 36 Swedish couples have registered to get married in "drive-thru" weddings at a gathering of auto enthusiasts, the gathering will have a '50s and '60s Las Vegas-type theme. • Specially trained dogs in Sweden and Hungary can detect ovarian cancer just by a scent. • The Doody family in England have been crowned The Faggot Family for their love of faggots, a British dish. • A national survey in England has found that 1 in 5 homosexuals have been victims of some sort of homophobic aggression over the past 3 years. • Ten ways to have Green sex: use solar-powered sex toys! Wear heat-sensitive panties! • Some British lawyers say that text messaging is the number one sign of infidelity in many divorces they handle. • More U.S. states are considering a law that requires doctors to perform ultrasounds on women who wish to have abortions. • YouTube tells us that there is a new trend of "boob punching" out there. Uh, ow. • Men's groups (yes, that's right) in India are pulling together to get rid of "pro-women" laws that protect women from domestic violence because it is against the belief that a person is "innocent until proven guilty" and only identifies the victims as female and the males as the abusers.