ABOVE: Fanye of light.
BELOW: Keep reading for Noah Centineo's package, the first known AIDS death (in 1969), a woman signing off on Alabama's abortion ban (and possibly signing Roe v. Wade's death certificate) and more ...
F*CKING YOUNG!: Still more CK campaign shots.
CBS NEWS: NYC'S Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to announce a presidential run that nobody supports.
OMG BLOG (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Austin Armacost goes very, very naked.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Bearded man in a sharp suit.
WAPO: Meet the 16-year-old who died of AIDS complications — in 1969.
NBC NEWS: There's an alternate to WorldPride, the Reclaim Pride Coalition's Queer Liberation March, which is set to take place June 30 hours before the main march. Because nobody can get along, and fuck unity.
TOWLEROAD: Is a war coming between the U.S. and Iran? Yes. Duh. It's the only way Trump holds onto power. Wagging the dog. Making you feel even better, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) boasts any U.S./Iran war would be over in “two strikes, the first strike and the last strike.” Gee, where've we heard THAT before?
CBS NEWS: Alabama's Gov. Kay Ivey signed her state's near-total abortion ban into law, citing how much Alabamians cherish life. Yeah, so much they think an underage age girl raped by her uncle should be forced to give birth or be imprisoned for murder. P.S. It's all to push this to the SCOTUS, so they can abort Roe v. Wade.
EXTRATV: Britney Spears, 37, may be about to retire forever.
GR8ERDAYS: Doris Day's grandson says he was barred from seeing her.
DLISTED: Constance Wu isn't fired for being angry that Fresh Off the Boat is back for Season 6.
DNA: I've got a pair.