Parents tend to think the world revolves around their precious progeny, which can lead to whacky things like Evangelicals Kurt and Michaela Jaros demanding a Chicago library remove from its shelves a gay-positive book because their 3-year-old toddler allegedly stumbled across it.
This Day in June (Magination Press) teaches kids about Pride, and has the American Psychological Association's seal of approval.
Keep reading for the Chicago Public Library's response, and more of the day's hottest links, including North Korea war posturing, the anti-gay pastor who claims Harvey is God's wrath for letting trans people pee and more ...
Seth Rosenberg, a Facebook vet and venture capitalist — who is all of 27 — is flexing his financial muscle to help expand the Rainbow Railroad, a Canadian outfit that helps provide safe passage for LGBTQ people from hostile countries.
Keep reading for how he has launched American Friends of the Rainbow Railroad and more of the day's hot links ...
ABOVE: NYC Councilman, who reps Chelsea, was near the explosion last night. He spoke with CNN about the event.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has called the incident terrorism, which I think clarifies the confusion caused by Mayor de Blasio, who seemed to be saying there was not yet any link to international terrorism at his presser last night. Both de Blasio and the FBI have so far declined to refer to what happened as terrorism, per se. I would guess neither de Blasio nor the FBI will be re-elected.