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Inch-by-Inch, Medical Services Company Publishes Survey of Penis Size by State

Inch-by-Inch, Medical Services Company Publishes Survey of Penis Size by State

Jan 22
A New York-LA-based medical services company published a survey of penis size by state.

'Parents' Magazine Features Two Dads on Cover; 'One Million Moms' Clutches Pearls

'Parents' Magazine Features Two Dads on Cover; 'One Million Moms' Clutches Pearls

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 22
For what is believed to be the first time in its 92-year run, "Parents" Magazine has put a same-sex couple on its cover. What's less surprising is the response that the anti-LGBTQ group billing itself as "One Million Moms" has had.

A Peak at How Disney Resorts Shows Are Made

A Peak at How Disney Resorts Shows Are Made

By Mike Schneider | Jan 17
If the famous Disney Imagineers provide the "wow" factor with their fantastical feats of engineering on rides and attractions, it's the entertainment division that provides Disney World's heart.

After 17 Months, Grindr Lays Off Staff of LGBTQ News Site INTO

After 17 Months, Grindr Lays Off Staff of LGBTQ News Site INTO

Jan 16
Grindr's LGBTQ news website is no more.

In Era of News Deserts, No Easy Fix for Local News Struggles

In Era of News Deserts, No Easy Fix for Local News Struggles

By David Bauder | Jan 16
The local news industry hasn't been the subject of much good news itself, lately.

CBS' Mo Rocca to Begin Podcast Series on 'Mobituaries'

CBS' Mo Rocca to Begin Podcast Series on 'Mobituaries'

By David Bauder | Jan 15
CBS News "Sunday Morning" correspondent and humorist Mo Rocca has his own spin on obituaries.

Ukrainian Dancer Loses Paris Gig, Draws Ire Over Homophobic Posts

Ukrainian Dancer Loses Paris Gig, Draws Ire Over Homophobic Posts

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 15
"Take Me to Church" dancer Sergei Polunin's homophobic social media posts and public praise of Russian president Vladimir Putin reportedly lost him a plum dance role in Paris.

Gaga, 'A Star Is Born' Poised to Dominate Golden Globes

Gaga, 'A Star Is Born' Poised to Dominate Golden Globes

By Jake Coyle | Jan 6
Lady Gaga is poised to win not just one but two awards, for best actress in a drama and for the song "Shallow," from "A Star Is Born."

Golden Globes Another Sign of Value of Asian Inclusion

Golden Globes Another Sign of Value of Asian Inclusion

By Terry Tang | Jan 5
The Golden Globe Awards is set to feel like a major evolution from its 2015 broadcast, when comedian Margaret Cho's appearance as a North Korean film journalist who spoke in heavily accented English was slammed by some as awkward and racist.

Women Navigate Toxicity, Other Barriers in Esports

Women Navigate Toxicity, Other Barriers in Esports

By Jake Seiner | Jan 3
The Entertainment Software Association reported this year that 45 percent of U.S. gamers are female, yet women make up a scant portion of the professional esports player pool.

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