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North Korea Putting Together 'Pleasure Squad' for Kim Jong-Un

By EDGE | Apr 18
A casting call of sorts has gone out across North Korea in search of women to be a part of a "pleasure squad" dedicated to .. uh .. entertaining dictator Kim Jong-Un.

LGBT-Rights Group Urges Guam Governor to Allow Gay Marriage

Apr 17
The nation's largest gay rights organization and Guam's biggest newspaper are blasting the territory's governor for not allowing marriage licenses to be issued to same-sex couples.

Spanish Language 'Sabado Gigante' Ends 53-Year Run

Apr 17
Television's longest-running variety show is calling it a wrap after 53 years.

News Guide: Status of Gay Marriage in Guam, US Territories

Apr 16
Here's the latest status of gay marriage in Guam and other U.S. territories.

Jia, Sorrentino, Van Sant in Cannes Lineup; Selfies a No-No

Apr 16
The 68th Cannes Film Festival will feature a lesbian love story starring Cate Blanchett, a Shakespearean tragedy with Michael Fassbender and films from cinema heavyweights including China's Jia Zhangke, Italy's Paolo Sorrentino and Gus Van Sant.

French Court OKs Adoption By Lesbian Partners

Apr 16
A French court has authorized four lesbian women to adopt children born to their wives abroad through artificial insemination.

HER Lesbian Dating and Social App Launches New Site for Phoenix

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 16
After thousands of requests from gay, bisexual and non-binary women in Phoenix and Tuscon, CEO and Founder Robyn Exton has opened a portal of her meet-up site HER (formerly known as DAATCH) in Arizona.

Guam Attorney General Orders Territory to Allow Gay Marriage

By Bobby McGuire | Apr 15
Guam's attorney general on Wednesday directed officials to immediately begin processing same-sex-marriage applications, putting the island on course to be the first U.S. territory to allow gay marriage.

Cubans Hail Removal From US List of State Terrorism Sponsors

By Michael Weissenstein and Anne-Marie Garcia | Apr 15
Cuban officials and ordinary citizens alike hailed the island's removal from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism.

White House Standoff With Congress Over Iran Bill Not Over

By Deb Riechmann and Laurie Kellman | Apr 15
Legislation empowering Congress to reject an emerging Iran nuclear pact is expected to sail through both houses of Congress, leaving President Barack Obama with the tough task of selling the deal to skeptical lawmakers.

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