Roundup: A "comedy chauvinist" comes clean

Also: A fertility clinic mixes up sperm donors and Time magazine discovers the trend of girls kissing girls

By Tracy Clark-Flory

Published September 15, 2010 11:45PM (EDT)

  • A former "comedy chauvinist" repents and explains his eventual realization "that funny is funny, regardless of gender."
  • Use T Magazine's interactive feature to watch models transform from barefaced beauties into bizarre creatures of the catwalk during New York Fashion Week.
  • Despite what you may have heard, male sports reporters are allowed in women's locker rooms. (Point being: Ines Sainz's presence in the New York Jets' locker room wasn't evidence of a double standard.)
  • Two women sue their fertility doctor after DNA tests reveal that the sperm donors they originally chose are not the fathers of their kids. Here's hoping Maury Povich isn't getting any funny ideas.
  • Global maternal mortality drops by a third.
  • Researchers say they have found a way to "restart" ovaries after early menopause.
  • Time magazine explains the trend of girls kissing girls. Way to be ahead of the curve.
  • Michelle Bachelet, the first female president of Chile, is heading the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women -- and her first task is saying that five times fast.

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