Above: If you like everything bigger (including the caboose), you need to get acquainted with Steve Raider.
FASHIONABLY MALE: Michigan model Justin Leonard shoots in the desert.
HUFF POST: Lea DeLaria is turning 60, nailing younger woman and not pulling punches in any aspect of her life:
I’m still incredibly active sexually and I’ve never really been monogamous — ever. In my 20s, my girlfriends always thought I was monogamous, but I wasn’t! [Laughs] I’ve always been that person. When I came out, feminism was a big part of being a lesbian and we were all lesbian feminists and feminists believe that monogamy is a tool that the patriarchy uses to enslave women. So, in order to be a good feminist, you had to fuck as many women as you could — and I was a pretty great feminist! [Laughs] I’m still out there banging away.
She also enjoys getting her audiences to chant, “Fuck Trump!”
GR8ERDAYS: Check out this tribute to the movie Shane (1953), which premiered in NYC 65 years ago today. I only saw this film about five years ago and was captivated. It's utterly perfect — and I can't stand most westerns. It also contains the final silver-screen appearance of the very interesting and eventually reclusive actress Jean Arthur.
INSTAGRAM: Gay Olympian Gus Kenworthy is celebrating having 1 million followers on Instagram.
DLISTED: Matt LeBlanc talks about the time he ate food that David Schwimmer had just spit out.
EXTRATV: Prince Harry just got demoted by his brother's continuing potency.
TWITTER: No problem with this gay-inclusive math problem:
Friend of mine is a teacher and just sent this to our WhatsApp group saying she’d never seen anything like it before. 🙌🏼👨❤️💋👨 pic.twitter.com/ZRJFmHOIRP— Paul Ryder (@RuPaulRyder) April 16, 2018
THE FILM EXPERIENCE: A Quiet Place is a global smash, which is great news or John Krasinski, who stars in and directed it. Amy Schumer's cute I Feel Pretty started with $16M. My review of that one is here.
GAY FLESHBOT (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Tye Sheridan rocked some eye-popping looks for W.
POLITICO: Mitt Romney, seeking the U.S. Senate seat in Utah, couldn't muster enough of his party's support to avoid a primary. (This is normal, and does not mean he will have a tough time in the actual primary once voters weigh in. Still, funny.)
BOY CULTURE: In case you missed my look back at the 1968 play and 1970 film The Boys in the Band ahead of the play's Broadway run (previews begin April 30), don't.