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Keep reading for: The early success of Love, Simon, a list of amazing adult flicks, Adam Rippon and the F_word the fate of Elizabeth Hurley's model nephew, gay couple sues GOP, book fair canceled when gay book hidden, Insta-star is taking on neo-iconic women, Trump says Maxine Waters has a low I.Q., Lamb poised to win?, Warren not running, Whitney doc coming and one helluva hottie ...
DEADLINE: Greg Berlanti's gay romantic comedy Love, Simon did solid business at sneak previews on Friday night — it opens wide this coming Friday.
GR8ERDAYS: Best adult movies ever made, plus: My Fair Lady-palooza and more!
HUFF POST: Adam Rippon reacts to being called America's “first respected faggot.”
EXTRATV: Elizabeth Hurley's 21-year-old model nephew Miles Hurley stabbed in the back multiple times in shocking London attack.
ADVOCATE: A gay couple is set to sue over the use of their wedding picture in a Republican ad meant to attack a Tennessee Democrat running for office.
ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION: A North George bookstore ended its book fair at a private school when one administrator asked the store to hide — literally, hide — a book with gay characters.
QUEERTY: Meet the gay Egyptian Insta-star whose body positivity is downright tasty.
TWITTER: Trump, in an unhinged campaign (for Pennsylvania Republican Rick Saccone) speech, called Rep. Maxine Waters (D-California) “a very low-I.Q. individual”:
Here's the video of the President of the United States saying that a black congresswoman is a "very low IQ individual." (via Fox) pic.twitter.com/3aBErbgTAH— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) March 11, 2018
538: Where things stand with Saccone vs. Lamb in Pennsylvania. It's a race that shouldn't even be a race, but it's essentially tied, with momentum leaning toward Democrat Lamb.
POLITICO: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) announces she is not a 2020 contender, probably effectively ending any chance she'll ever run. (She will be 71 on Election Day 2020.)
BILLBOARD: Whitney, a Whitney Houston estate-approved doc that will feature vintage live performances, original studio recordings, home footage and more, will be released July 6.