They Live in Public

After the author falls in love with a lesbian while still married, the two enthusiastically make a short comedy about female ejaculation. The Topple crew pitched in, building a giant vagina and helping with costumes. Mx. Soloway calls the film, inevitably, “If You Build It, She Will Come.” Pronoun play: Though Mx. Soloway now prefers…

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Medical News Today: Do cannabinoids ease multiple sclerosis symptoms?

Using cannabinoids to treat the symptoms of multiple sclerosis is controversial. This week, JAMA Network Open has published a systematic review and meta-analysis that might help settle the debate. Do cannabinoids reduce MS symptoms? A new analysis investigates. Multiple sclerosis (MS) involves an autoimmune response, in which a person’s immune system attacks the myelin sheaths…

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Allison Esposito, Benjamin Medina

Allison Esposito and Dr. Benjamin David Medina were married Oct. 13 at Tappan Hill Mansion in Tarrytown, N.Y. Rabbi Gloria Milner officiated. The bride, 35, is taking her husband’s name. She is the founder of Tech Ladies, a company in New York that specializes in creating more diverse and inclusive workplaces for women. She previously…

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Jill Watanabe, Daniel Lyons

Jill Frances Watanabe and Daniel Francis Lyons were married Oct. 13 at the Great Hall at Union Station, an events space in Seattle. Juan Carlos Arenado, a friend of the couple who is a Universal Life minister, officiated. Ms. Watanabe, 32, is a communications director at Bloomberg, the financial information and news company in New…

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