ABOVE: Boyfriend twins, dual thirst traps and taint two-pack.
GAY FLESHBOT (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Nolan Gould and his clingy shorts.
JTA: The hidden history of a gay, Jewish bullfighter.
NBC NEWS: NYC news anchor delivers inspiring LGBTQ Pride Month message — ending with her engagement!
OMG BLOG! (WORK UNFRIENDLY): John Waters talks about tripping on acid during Bear Week.
THE GUARDIAN: Kenneth Macharia, a gay rugby player living in England, is facing deportation back to Kenya — where his sexual orientation makes him an easy mark for violence.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Mighty proud of his bicep.
WAPO: Trump transition figure arrested for child porn was a key figure in the Mueller Report. Only the best people, Don.
HUFF POST: F. Lee Bailey, 86, can't practice law anymore — but he has opinions, including this one of Alan Dershowitz:
I had lunch with Alan recently, and I got the impression that he thinks you can’t commit obstruction if you’re the president. I don’t think that’s ever been settled, but it’s true that the Justice Department will not indict a sitting president. So the real question is whether you could prosecute him after he leaves office. I think the presumption should be that you can. Nixon clearly resigned in the face of a threat that he would go to jail after his impeachment.
DLISTED: Kevin Spacey appeared at a pre-trial hearing in the case of his alleged groping of an 18-year-old victim — and he didn't have to be there.
HISTORY CHANNEL: The history of the pink triangle.
JOE.MY.GOD.: Tim Cook unveils $6K Mac Pro.
THE LONDON TIMES: Madonna's Madame X is admirably bold, has highs and lows, warrants 4/5 stars. Ditto from The Guardian. I need to hear “Crazy.” Meanwhile, The Sun calls it a perfect 5/5 and compares it to Ray of Light and The Mirror says it is a 5/5 well of loneliness. Oops, also, from the U.K. Star: