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Apr 22 2019
Most Likely To Be Prez + Supremes To Rule On Gay Rights + Herman Cain Out + Kevin McHale Is Fire + Warren's Plan To Erase College Debt + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

ABOVE: He likes this pic of himself. I say he has good taste.

BELOW: Keep reading for Buttiegieg's chances of winning the presidency, another tragic LGBTQ youth suicide, Kevin McHale's break-out moment and more ..

ButtigiegWow. Mine says I'll be handed an Oscar for screenwriting by Elizabeth Taylor. (Image via yearbook photo scan)

OMG BLOG (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Pete Buttigieg — most likely to be president!

NBC NEWS: How will the Supreme Court rule regarding whether a civil rights law bans discrimination against LGBTQ employees by businesses. Or not. Like, they're actually considering going with not.

PINK NEWS: Fifteen-year-old kid kills himself over homophobic bullying. Again.

HUFF POST: Well, at least this is good news — Herman Cain has withdrawn his name for Fed Chair. Horrible, incompetent buffoon.

Shirtless-amateur-porn-2019-04-19-at-1.04.41-PM-549x1024This is his good side. (Image via selfie)

GAY FLESHBOT (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Another round up of ungodly-hot shirtless selfies.

POLITICO: Trump, facing worst approval rating in ages, sues to block subpoena of financial records.

YOUTUBE: Kevin McHale (Glee), who is out, has released a Wes Anderson-y music video for his perky “Help Me Now” that shows off his pre-Glee roots as a boy band member:

ELLE: I like Elizabeth Warren's plan to wipe out college debt.

EXTRATV: Britney Spears is spied for the first time since entering a mental health facility.

Gold-dust-orphans-rocky-horror-picture-showSide pieces (Image via Gold Dust Orphans)

BOSGUY: Boston troupe looking to avoid being displaced.

NYT: Mic, a site by and for millennials, is dealing with millennial-specific bullshit in the office. The story about the fake funeral is unreal to me. How this guy wasn't immediately fired is beyond me.

TWITTER: Amazing — Madonna was inspired to call her album (and alter ego) Madame X by Martha Graham when she was a dance student in the late '70s: