Keep reading for Disney hottie Blake Michael's uncensored selfies, plus more of the day's hottest links — Trump's U.N. and Obamacare B.S., Paddock's motives explored and Kim Davis's Rainbow Tour of Romania ...
OMG Blog (Work Unfriendly): Blake Michael is a rare hairy Disney star. He's also not shy about revealing what's between his legs. Gulp.
Pink News: Kentucky Rose Kim Davis is actually touring Romania on a P.R. blitz to attempt to influence the country's decision-makers to thwart gay rights. This woman's work against LGBTQ people is violent, plain and simple.
Joe.My.God.: Trump is pulling the U.S. out of UNESCO, the UN's human-rights coalition. He is against human rights. Let that sink in. No, seriously: Trump is against human rights. He is also, by executive order, about to attempt to do away with Obamacare markets as a megalomaniacal way of ending Obamacare, something he could not accomplish legislatively.
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Politico: This is a fascinating read on Stephen Paddock, whose motive for killing 58 people (and trying to kill way more) in Vegas has eluded authorities and our collective imagination. I think it's true that his motive was not terrorism, per se (violence to push a cause), but pure narcissism — a desire to be the best of the worst, and a taste for killing in which he'd never indulged but decided to sate in one big, glorious orgy of murder.
PrideSource: Country queen Shania Twain is singing the praises of the LGBTQ community, telling Chris Azzopardi: Supremacy of any sort is just poison. I just feel like we're not above each other in any way and mutual respect and an admiration for an individual's abilities, talents, heart, commitment — I mean, what does that have to do with any minority status that we might be labeled with today, whatever that may be? Certainly, I know that gays feel that ... I think everybody has the right to their opinion, and that I would never argue with. That is a huge part of freedom of speech and mutual respect, having the right to your own opinion. If you're not pro-gay, then you're not pro-gay, and we just have to agree to disagree. I would never get into a fist fight with somebody who didn't agree. I just think that would be counterproductive. So, I think we all have to respect each other's opinions on these issues.