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10/11/2006

Globetrottin': Taiwanese depression, banker's rights, and coppin' a feel in Dublin

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images  Good As You Images  Good As You Images  Good As You Images  Good As You Images  Good As You Images  Good As You Images  Good As You Images  Good As You Images Globetrottin-1> Survey that makes us depressed, angry: Taiwan's collegiate gays 3x more likely to be depressed, suicidal [IOL]

> Ousted British banker allowed to appeal unappealing ruling; our embittered Monopoly banker allowed to be thimble, if only he'll stop bitching [Bloomberg]

> Dublin cops go undercover for gays; Dublin gays, its up to you to find out if they'll also go under your covers [365 Gay]

> Getting on with their quasi-equal life: British lesbians who wed in Canada done challenging home country's laws [Bloomberg]

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