ABOVE: What was that saying about men with glasses?
INSTAGRAM (FOLLOWS APPRECIATED): A teaser of some of the guys in our upcoming Boy Culture: The Series.
SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST: Singapore diplomat calls for Singapore to end its ban on gay sex.
EXTRATV: Cher has decided to be a little less magnanimous and a little more of a cunt toward Madonna (to quote Cher on the subject from 25 years ago). Why now?!
GR8ERDAYS: The oldest American TV series with a cast of more than one whose entire regular cast is still living seems to be Please Don't Eat the Daisies. This and other facts about longevity and the opposite — here.
JOE.MY.GOD.: Kavanaugh says he was a virgin in high school and college, so couldn't have sexually assaulted anyone. Not that he's a legal mind (snark), but one with a legal mind might take note that a virgin could still have attempted rape and stuffed his dick in a girl's face.
POLITICO: Ken Starr says Trump should be “very worried,” legally speaking, regarding the Mueller probe.
THE HILL: Kavanaugh's confirmation probably rests on the shoulders of Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine). Collins has already said she doesn't believe Kavanaugh would support overturning Roe v Wade (he would). It would be such irony if a woman allowed Kavanaugh to advance. Similar to that delusional woman Renate who signed a letter of support for Kavanaugh — before learning that he and several male friends had slurred her virtue in their yearbooks. Clueless and so conditioned by the patriarchy. Collins's state is against Kavanaugh, but she's still waffling. I have no faith in her to do the right thing at any time. (Too soon to bring up that McCain would be gung-ho for Kavanaugh?)
CNN: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and his wife were forced to leave a D.C. restaurant Monday by activists protesting the Kavanaugh sham. Right-wingers are portraying this as an example of paid protesters, but hell, I'd chase him out of a restaurant for free:
Sen. Ted Cruz and his wife, Heidi, were forced to leave a Washington restaurant Monday after left-wing activists swarmed the senator, heckling him with chants and demanding to know his position on embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh https://t.co/VQhIpYQn1x pic.twitter.com/b7L0EiHD1f— CNN (@CNN) September 25, 2018
FATHOM EVENTS: This is real — a movie called The Trump Prophecy about how a fireman anda religious organizer s et up a national prayer network to usher Trump into power ... because God said to do it.
NYT: Two female contestants on the Vietnamese edition of The Bachelor found love — together — and while it's causing shockwaves outside Vietnam, native viewers aren't particularly rattled.
LGBTQ NATION: Well-known LGBTQ activist and Madonna fanatic Zak Kostopoulos was brutally kicked to death in Greece by a shopkeeper with the assistance of several others in a gruesome incident that ended with him being arrested as he lay dying. At first, the story was that he had tried to rob the shop, but video that surfaced seems to confirm he had sought refuge in the shop from a disturbance outside, became locked in — which infuriated the owner — and then was senselessly murdered.