ABOVE: I'd love to be in the pink.
BELOW: Keep reading for Shawn & Gus, a Growlr-led Beauty and the Beast, Alabama's constitution-busting abortion ban and more ...
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KENNETH IN THE (212): Gus Kenworthy is alllll about Shawn Mendes. Also, Cameron Dallas plays cards with his mom shirtless. And has nice feet.
CNN: Alabama passes ban on abortion in order to push it to SCOTUS, where the 25 white men who voted on it hope the new Court will toss Roe v. Wade.
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
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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.
Brennan says he “couldn't be happier” now that he's out. (Image via PFA)
PFA: Australia's first out gay soccer player is here — Andy Brennan.
WAPO: Sebastian Gorka goes apoplectic over same-sex wedding on kiddie show Arthur. Meanwhile, Carson Kressley loves the wedding.
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”: