12NEWS: Kyrsten Sinema has been endorsed in the Arizona Senate race by her Green Party rival.
ATTITUDE: Get yer Tom of Finland jockstraps here!
NBC NEWS: Dan Avery contributes a piece on how prostate cancer affects gay men:
“If you’re gay and you go to a urologist who hasn’t dealt with gay men, they’ll tell you, ‘Bring your wife with you,’" [writer Perry Brass] said. "If you bring another man, they don’t know what to do. They can’t even breathe the words ‘anal sex.’ Talking to a man about it is just impossible.”
That discomfort can spread to gay patients. “To go into a urologist office, you walk in with all this shame and inhibition,” Brass lamented.
INSTAGRAM: Oh, Jeff Richards!
EDDIEPABON.COM: The Son Will Rise in December, a memoir about a young boy's journey to self-acceptance and independence, is coming November 11. It was written by Eddie Pabon, whose photography has graced this blog.
OUT: Calls to a trans suicide hotline quadrupled in the week following the news that Trump plans to do away with trans as a category.
YOUTUBE: A new Bad Boy episode is here, and it's his-and-histerical:
QUEERTY: The late Aaron Hernandez's brother reveals he was, in fact, gay.
JOE.MY.GOD.: The hideous little 20-year-old creature known as Jacob Wohl is accused of, er, masterminding that failed attempt to smear Mueller. Now, he's been suspended from the right-wing site he'd been working for. He also tried to tell Chrissy Teigen he is more famous than she is. It didn't work out well for him.
MFPG: Marc Sophos's OutCasting and OutCasting Overtime podcasts are entirely created by LGBTQ youth. Check out these places for young queer people to be themselves and to feel free talking about issues important to them. Marc is a fellow for AARP's Purpose Prize, and will be honored by AARP in December — recognition that includes $5,000 and AARP support and assistance.
KENNETH IN THE (212): NYC's Rocking Horse Café is the latest Chelsea eatery to go belly-up.
ENERGISE RECORDS: Nicki French is back! Her new single “On Your Marks, Get Set, Go Away” is here. Remember the following? Of course you do: