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UN Declares October 11 International Day of the Girl

By EDGE | Oct 9
On International Day of the Girl Child, UNAIDS is calling for the end to gender inequalities and the protection of the human rights of young women and girls everywhere.

Pop Star Selena Gomez has Gotten Chemotherapy to Treat Lupus

Oct 8
Selena Gomez has revealed that she's battling the debilitating immune system disorder lupus.

Melissa Etheridge Sings for Inmates at Ohio Women's Prison

Oct 8
A video of female inmates singing one of her songs led to Melissa Etheridge performing with the group at an Ohio prison.

Transplanting Ovarian Tissue Helps Some Women Have Babies

By Maria Cheng | Oct 7
The biggest study ever of women who had ovarian tissue removed, frozen and transplanted suggests the experimental technique is safe and can help about one third of them to have babies.

Emerging Women Live Conference Hits San Francisco

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 6
From October 8-11, head to San Francisco for the 3rd Annual Emerging Women Live Conference at the Park Central Hotel in San Francisco.

Walking the Americas: Woman Prepares for 5-Year Trek

By Dave Skretta | Oct 5
Bethany Hughes will attempt to become the first documented woman to travel the length of the Americas - from Ushuaia, Argentina, to Barrow, Alaska - entirely by non-motorized means.

In Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Avoid 'Venomous Relationships'

By EDGE | Oct 5
"Venomous Relationships: Learn How to Avoid Common Relationship Bloopers" by Certified Life Coach and abuse survivor, Tamara Neal, exposes the most common, but often unrecognized, abusive relationships.

Miley Cyrus Releases Single About Lesbian Love, for 'Freeheld'

Oct 4
Pop singer Miley Cyrus has released "Hands of Love," a song for the Ellen Page/ Julianne Moore release of "Freeheld."

2 Suspected Indonesian Lesbians to Undergo 'Rehabilitation'

By Fakhruradzie Gade | Oct 3
Two suspected lesbians detained earlier this week by Islamic Shariah police in Indonesia's conservative Aceh province will undergo what an official described Saturday as "rehabilitation," and won't be charged with a crime.

In a Time of Progress, Dramatizing a Gay Rights Landmark

By Jake Coyle | Oct 1
"Freeheld," a gay-rights drama about the turning tide of social justice, was shaped by the same currents of change it depicts.

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