ABOVE: Advocate flashes back to its old logo for Pride.
HUFF POST: Alex Landi of Grey's Anatomy seeks to set a new bar for Asian representation in Hollywood.
CNN: Trump's pardons are tied to friendship, positive press and TV.
POLITICO: Ha-ha! A judge has upheld Congress's request for Trump's financial records, majorly ticking off the Golfer-in-Chief.
JOE.MY.GOD.: Fox News host Brit Hume says Pete Buttigieg is the most impressive candidate since Obama. Out takes a look:
TOWLEROAD: Trump gets his fanboys to boo ... Fox News (!!!) ... over Buttigieg. Meanwhile, LZ Granderson is urging Dems that America is ready for a gay president. (Jesus, a few years after gay marriage, we're already seriously discussing a gay president!)
GR8ERDAYS: Are you excited to watch Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tomei as Archie and Edith Bunker? Anthony Anderson and Wanda Sykes as George and Louise Jefferson? Or if that leaves you cold, surely you'll want to see the Pet Shop Boys mugging in 1989 or Mae West posing with Kevin Dobson in 1976?
GAY FLESHBOT (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Is the testicle scene in Catch-22 realllllly necessary? (Yes.)
KENNETH IN THE (212): For this potential workout partner, every day is leg day.
BOSGUY: Temptation is a part of life — it doesn't matter if it's wrong or right.
VARIETY: Woody Allen's star-studded A Rainy Day in New York may finally get a U.S. release — if anyone will touch it — after Amazon returned it.
OUTFRONT: Danish politician campaigns on PornHub.
WOW: Happy birthday, Tom Daley!