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Lesbian files corporate bias lawsuit: Marti Smye (pictured), a former senior client partner for Korn/Ferry International, alleged in Los Angeles County superior court that the culture at the executive-search and consulting firm was "permeated with antigay animus."

But wait, there's more: Revelations in a forthcoming book by a jilted aide indicate that John Edwards, the former senator and Democratic presidential hopeful, fathered a child with mistress Rielle Hunter, and promised to marry her as soon as his wife Elizabeth, who is battling cancer, passed away.

"Three of us in the bed tonight": Dearbhla Walsh, who won an Emmy on Sunday for best directing for a miniseries for the PBS/BBC adaptation of Little Dorrit, implied that the award would share the bed with her and her partner, whom the panning camera revealed to be a woman.

Obama and Paterson meet: The president shook hands with Gov. David Paterson, whom he asked not to run for election in 2010, before a speech in upstate New York on Monday.

Going Gaga:
The American pop artist Lady Gaga received five nominations for the MTV Europe Music Awards.

Extra credit:
Milk star James Franco reportedly has enrolled in an undergraduate course on queer cinema at New York University.

How to starve yourself: Concern grows over "pro-anorexia websites" directed primarily at young women.

Serbia to ban extremist groups? A government official on Monday said that leaders were considering a ban on groups that threaten others, such as the ultra-nationalists who forced the cancellation of a gay pride march scheduled for Sunday.

Meet the archbishop:
New York magazine profiles Timothy Dolan, the new archbishop of New York, who has vowed to fight marriage equality legislation, but seems to appreciate the idea of a gay "companion."

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