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Breaking: NYC Bars Can't Refuse Pregnant Women Drinks

By Jennifer Peltz | May 6
Pregnant women can't be kept out of New York City bars or refused alcoholic drinks just because they're expecting, under new city guidelines.

Restaurateurs' Return to Meat Causes Vegan Uproar

By Christine Armario | May 6
At the Cafe Gratitude restaurant chain in California, waiters serve plates of vegan rice bowls, vegetable pizzas and tempeh sandwiches with names such as "Gracious," ''Warm-Hearted" and "Magical."

New Report from OWL Highlights Models of Aging-Friendly Communities 

By EDGE | May 6
The Older Women's League releases their annual Mother's Day report, and invites Chicagoans to discuss it at a May 7 Community Forum.

KFC Launches Edible Nail Polish That's Literally Finger Lickin' Good

May 6
To use, consumers simply apply and dry like regular nail polish, and then lick-again and again and again."

Philly Gay Basher Kathryn Knott Hit With $5 Million Lawsuit

May 6
Although convicted Philadelphia gay-basher Kathryn Knott is currently serving five to 10 months in prison for the 2014 brutal beating of a gay couple in Center City, her real trouble may be just about to start.

Ariz. High Schooler Exposes Himself in Yearbook, Gets Arrested & Playgirl Offer

May 6
An Arizona high school student who was recently arrested after exposing himself in a yearbook photo received an offer to pose nude for Playgirl.com.

JWoww of 'Jersey Shore' Announces Birth of 2nd Child, a Boy

May 6
Former "Jersey Shore" star Jenni "JWoww" Farley has welcomed her second child, a boy.

Watch: Anti-Gay Jehovah's Witness Kids Cartoon Edited With Pro-LGBT Ending

May 6
The anti-gay kid's animated short released by Jehovah's Witnesses that drew fire earlier this week got a makeover Thursday and was re-edited to make it more accepting.

Study Shows Stigma Prevents Black Female College Students From Using Online HIV Resources

By EDGE | May 6
New research finds that black female college students were often unlikely to use online resources related to HIV prevention, due to the stigma associated with the disease.

Fight Against HIV Far From Over in West and Central Africa

By EDGE | May 6
People living with HIV/AIDS in West and Central Africa continue to suffer needlessly and die silently despite globally-agreed goals to curb the HIV epidemic by 2020, says Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières.

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