Keep reading to watch it and for more of the day's hottest links, including more Spacey, Gus Kenworthy's scorching-hot costume for Halloween, Fox News's distractions and more ...
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Keep reading for the cold open, as well as other hot links of the day, including Mayim Bialik's Harvey Weinstein kerfuffle and the death of a '70s TV actress ...
Time Magazine is writing about “Firsts, Women Who Are Changing the World” and gives its cover over to Hillary Clinton, who — as you may have heard — was the first woman to win the endorsement of a major party for president.
Many are wishing she would shut up and go away because she is divisive. But she is still an icon and still popular among her fans, and clearly — based on Trump's continued reference to her (and her voting bloc) — still relevant.
Keep reading to see Time's new video on Hillary, who stubbornly says “the fight was worth it”:
We need to take Trump's trans ban seriously, because he is pushing ahead with it (it became official as of Friday night) in spite of almost nobody being in favor of it, its roughly billion-dollar cost and its potential to weaken the U.S. military.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Illinois), who lost both legs in the service, writes, “When I was lbeeding to death in my Black Hawk helicopter after I was shot down, I didn't care if the American troops risking their lives to help save me were gay, straight, transgender, black, white, or brown.”
Keep reading for her full statement, and more of the day's hottest links, including — of course — Taylor Swift ...
Gay agent Michael Einfeld was not happy when his assistant, Rosette Laursen, asked to have the day of the National Women's March off, so he responded by venting to others — many others, replying all unintentionally — that she should “sew her vagina shut,” and threatening to never hire another “girl.”
Laursen was made aware of his misogynistic comments and threatened to sue, which he ignored. So she went public, and an already ugly situation got uglier. Keep reading for that and more of the day's hot links ...
“If I were in my country, I'd kill you all like rats,” Nelson Hernandez Mena, 48, is quoted as having said. Keep reading for this tragic story, and more of the day's hot links ...
Reuters: New, firsthand accounts from gay men who describe electroshock and other torture at the hand of Chechen officials.
Huff Post: At least six die in horrendous blaze at London highrise, baby tossed from 10th floor is caught, survives.
Politico: Dems suing Trump over business ties, citing emoluments clause of U.S. Constitution.
Media Matters: Trump's surrogate Jason Miller calls Sen. Kamala Harris (D-California) “hysterical,” gets shut down:
Queerty: Trump blocks VoteVets, pro-LGBTQ, progressive veterans' group, on Twitter.
Twitter @SteveScalise: Unfortunate tweet from 2015 reveals Scalise's joy at making it easier for people to buy guns.
theOUTfront: Hot model Daniel Rumfelt shows off how he dries his scrotum after he showers. This is allegedly humorous, but I was too busy to smile.
New York Post: Ireland set to elect openly gay PM 24 years after decriminalizing homosexuality. Also, he'd be the youngest PM in the country's history. Also, he's Indian.
YouTube @ Tom Daley: The wedding cake that was probably mostly photographed and not eaten at Tom Daley and Lance Black's wedding:
ExtraTV: Nyle DiMarco comes after Jamie Foxx and Jimmy Fallon for spontaneous goof on sign language: “What Foxx did on Fallon tonight made our struggle that much harder.” Bad 10 or so months for Fallon.
The Guardian: Transparent creator Jill Soloway comes out as non-binary and trans, is asked if that means they are rejecting femaleness.
YouTube @ Michael Henry: Can gay men still say faggot? Or should nobody be saying it? Watch and decide: