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Ebola Crisis: AHF Challenges WHO to Do Better

As the media turns its focus to news of the New York doctor who was recently diagnosed with Ebola, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has challenged how the World Health Organization (WHO) is handling the outbreak, recommending a series of changes to WHO policy.

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Coming to Theatres: James Franco Renounces His Gayness in 'Michael'

Teen Wolf vet and current cast member of The Leftovers Charlie Carver has been added to the cast of the gay conversion drama Michael. This is the drama in which Milk vet James Franco plays a magazine editor who takes a warped path to renounce his homosexuality, marry a woman and eventually become an outspoken anti-Gay activist. The impressive cast also features American Horror Story vets Zachary Quinto and Emma Roberts, with Quinto playing the ex-boyfriend and Roberts as the wife in the delusional marriage. Joining them are Kill Bill'Daryl HannahVictor/Victoria'Lesley Anne Warren and Twisted's Avan Jogia.   

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Nick Jonas Plays 'Guess the Bulge' with Celebrity Crotches

Nick Jonas has been doing his best to court his gay fanbase recently as he promotes his new, self-titled album, but his commitment was recently put to the test as he was asked to play a game of ‘guess the bulge’ with celebrity crotches.

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Lipshtick Las Vegas: The Perfect Shade of Stand-Up

It’s been a long time coming, but female comics finally have a home in Las Vegas. Back in May, the Venetian made history when it proudly announced Lipshtick, the city’s first-ever exclusively female comedy series. In addition to a clever title and a great venue at Sands Showroom, it features a rotating lineup of veteran ball-busters like Lisa Lampanelli, Whitney Cummings, Roseanne Barr, Wendy Williams and Loni Love, as well as Last Comic Standing’s youngest and only female winner, Iliza Shlesinger. And while Chelsea Latelyfans may not need another reason to head to Vegas, here are three more: Fortune Feimster, Heather McDonald and Jessimae Peluso.

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Idaho Veteran Wins Right to be Buried with Her Wife

Madelynn “Lee” Taylor, a 74-year-old Navy veteran, filed a lawsuit against the state of Idaho earlier this year for the right to be buried with her late wife Jean. Now, in the wake of the state’s same-sex marriage ban being struck down, she has finally won that right.

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Utah Supreme Court Lifts Stay on Same-Sex Couples Adopting

The Utah Supreme Court has lifted a five-month old stay on a ruling that will see same-sex couples allowed to adopt, including for partners to legally adopt their spouse’s children.

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Rihanna to Present Tom Ford with Award at amfAR Gala

Pop superstar Rihanna is set to cross paths with fashion superstar Tom Ford next week, as the singer presents the designer with the Award of Inspiration for amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research.

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West Hollywood Supports Disabilities Awareness Month, Honors Local Advocates

West Hollywood hosted two events this week in recognition of October being Disabilities Awareness Month, the first a Health & Wellless event on Tuesday, the second the 16th Annual disABILITY Awards Event, held last night at the WeHo Library's City Council Chambers. 
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Coming to Theatres: A.Skars Gets Buff for 'Tarzan,' Disney Bases New Film on Polynesian Legends

Producer Jerry Weintraub has announced that True Blood vet Alexander Skaarsgard has gained 25 pounds of muscles for his title role in the upcoming remake of Tarzan. The story will take place years following the ape-man's acclimation to British society and having to wear more than a loincloth.
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Ariana Grande Quits Catholicism Over Treatment of Her Gay Brother

Ariana Grande is a big fan of her older, openly gay brother Frankie, and has revealed that she was even willing to walk out on her religion after he was told that “God didn’t love him.”

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