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The New “A League of Their Own” Remake TV Show Doesn’t Shy Away From Strong Reputation

The recent Amazon Prime remake “A League of Their Own” demonstrated the highs and lows of what life was like in the 1940s as being a Black transgender man.

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Singapore To Repeal Law Banning Gay Sex, ‘A Win For Humanity’

Singapore will repeal a law that bans gay sex in the city-state, effectively making it legal to be homosexual, which activists are calling a “win for humanity.”

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More Than 600 Google Employees Demand Abortion Care Protections

More than 650 Google workers have signed a petition lobbying for the company to create policies that would protect and provide support for employees and consumers seeking abortion care.

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Thailand’s Gay-Romance TV Dramas Reviving Tourism Industry

A recent wave of Thai television dramas known as “Boys Love” (BL), or the “Y” series, has grown in popularity in Thailand. The genre of show portrays some sort of gay romance, which has attracted a large audience across Asia in recent months.

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Real Estate Experts Say US Housing Market Is On Its Way To Recovery

Real estate industry economists are stating that the nation’s housing market is on a correction course with housing prices slowly moderating, and even declining, in some areas.

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Elon Musk And Twitter To Face Off In Court For The First Time This Week

Lawyers for both Elon Musk and Twitter had their first chance to face off in court on Tuesday regarding whether or not the billionaire Tesla CEO should be forced to follow through with his $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform.

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UK’s First Major Exhibition Of Korean Culture To Open At London’s V&A Museum

The term “hallyu,” meaning Korean Wave, entered mainstream culture in the 1990s. It refers to the prominence of Korean culture in things like movies, theater, music, and fandoms. Now, the London V&A is gearing up to host its first exhibition of Korean culture in the modern world.

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Once Wrongly Beaten, A Former Officer Will Now Lead Boston’s Police Department

27 years after he was mistakenly beaten by his colleagues, former police officer Brian Cox has been named Boston’s newest police commissioner. Cox hopes his tenure will result in greater community trust and more thorough policing.

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Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Party Gains Election Victory Days After His Tragic Assassination

Days after the tragic assassination of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, citizens went out and voted to keep Japan’s ruling coalition, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), in power.

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After Decades Of Work, Amazon Begins To Prepare Launching Of Delivery Drones

Amazon has announced the start of their “Air Prime” drone delivery service in Lockeford, California, a town that has a long history with aviation. The development is one that’s been decades in the making for Amazon, which saw over 5 billion packages delivered in 2021.