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Too Cool News and Views: From Glee to Prince William, to Bristol and Willow

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Way Too Cool News and Views: From Glee to Prince William, to Bristol and Willow We’ll be discussing the following stories in the news: #5 Glee's Kurt finally gets his first gay kiss Glee fans have been speculating for weeks that openly gay student Kurt would get his first kiss. What happened was unexpected. #4 For gay teens who have considered suicide...when the Rainbow is Enough A student’s opinion article, "Life as a gay teenager." in a suburban Minnesota school paper touched off a cyberstorm, # 3. Royal Engagement. This week, Britain's Prince William asked his girlfriend to marry him, setting up the most anticipated royal wedding since Charles and Diana wed 30 years ago. William gave Diana's sapphire-and-diamond engagement ring to his fiancee. #2 Kids With Lesbian Parents Doing Just Fine When compared to teens of the same age, adolescents raised by lesbian parents are doing just fine socially, psychologically and academically, new research finds. #1 The Palin Sisters: Cyberbullies Or Typical Teens? Willow Palin and her sister Bristol -- a public advocate for teen pregnancy prevention and Dancing With The Stars finalist -- got in a war of words with classmates on Facebook Sunday night during the premiere of Sarah Palin's Alaska. We’ll look more closely at these stories and discuss them with our lively team: We'll be joined today by our co-hosts: Fred Elia, founder of A Thousand Moms also in Schenectady. Hi Fred! Hello to Leesa Nixon, our friend and supporter from State Road, North Carolina Leesa is the proud, supportive Mom of one gay, one bi, one straight, and another undecided and former foster youth. Welcome Leesa. Dr. Ray Werking joins us from East Greenbush, New York. Hi Ray! Tune in to Dr. Ray on WRPI’s Homo Radio at 91.5 in the Troy, Albany, Schenectady area, from 10-2 on Sundays. Listen live online anywhere via the Internet at wrpi.org.