• A new campaign from the Ad Council hopes to eradicate young people's use of the word "gay" to denote something negative by showing commercials of teens getting lectured by celebrities like Hilary Duff and Wanda Sykes. • According to a recent survey, 1 in 4 American teen girls between the ages of 13 and 17 received the Gardasil vaccine last year. • The Polish government wants to make Polish women register with the state when they become pregnant in an effort to curb illegal abortions. • Astronaut Peggy Whitson, the first female commander of the Space Station, says that moving around in zero gravity is more about finesse than strength and a bonus of staying in a ship without gravity is that "you look younger." •• On September 27, a drunken man stumbled to his suburban Washington D.C. home, ate some food, and settled into bed, only to discover that he had entered the wrong house when police woke him up several hours later. • According to new data, adoptions of foreign children by Americans have been declining due to bureaucratic and political complications to adopt foreign children. • Meanwhile, the South Korean government is trying to promote adoption of South Korean babies within their country by offering $90/mo. allowances to families, health benefits for the adopted children, and extension of adoption qualifications to single and older people. • Could the moving of Cardinal John Henry Newman's body from his grave-site next to his rumored chaste gay lover be an effort by the Vatican to cover up the would-be saint's possible homosexuality? • The creator of Juciycampus.com, an anonymous college gossip forum, condemns the sometimes vicious slander on the site as a "misuse" but maintains his stance against censorship of content on the forum. • A new study suggests that there may be a connection between a man's intelligence and his healthy sperm count. • The Iranian Queer Organization is asking for donations to help a young Iranian lesbian who escaped to Sweden in January and is now in a mental hospital after she began planning to commit suicide. • Australian gynecologist and all-around horrible person, Graeme Reeves, was released on bail today by Sydney's Central Local Court.
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