ABOVE: I'd love to be in the pink.
TWITTER: New Zealand PM Jacinda Arden talks about how her country experienced a mass shooting and immediately changed gun laws. Her comments on Australia vs. the U.S. in the arena of gun control should embarrass Americans:
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden: "Australia experienced a massacre and changed their laws. New Zealand had its experience, and changed its laws. To be honest with you, I do not understand the United States."— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 15, 2019
Via CNN pic.twitter.com/ftym1XUoVI
POLITICO: Buttigieg trying to break through with black voters. In 2019, simply being white (and regardless of policy positions) is a major strike against a Democratic candidate seeking national office. Though it doesn't seem to be hurting Biden.
SLATE: Growlr went national this weekend via an SNL sketch about Beauty and the Beast.
HUFF POST: Morrissey wears far-right pin on Fallon. Why are we still having this conversation? Morrissey is a fascist — get over it.
PFA: Australia's first out gay soccer player is here — Andy Brennan.
GR8ERDAYS: Kim Cattrall is coming back to TV in Filthy Rich.
L.A. TIMES: Joe Henry, the talented singer-songwriter who is also Madonna's brother-in-law (and “Don't Tell Me,” among others, collaborator), announces he's fighting stage 4 prostate cancer.
NYT: Six sites in NYC important to gay history are being considered for historical landmark status, and they include James Baldwin's home and the LGBTQ Center.
FACEBOOK: It's a riot! Drag tribute to Madonna's song “I Rise”: