ABOVE: Gay militant.
ATTITUDE: Gus Kenworthy is making his acting debut on American Horror Story: 1984, and is sharing the Attitude cover with Laith Ashley.
Kenworthy also, ironically, showed off his gay manhood at Burning Man:
HUFF POST: Booker and Castro are openly questioning whether Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden's memory is whatchamacallit. Not sure this is helpful, even though primaries are for duking it out. Helping to create the impression that Biden isn't just gaffe-prone but is actually dealing with deficits is laying the groundwork for disqualifying him — which will be hard to shake once he becomes the nominee, if he does. I think both men are trying to show Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris that they would be good, attack-dog running mates, as both of those women have a far greater shot at becoming the nominee if Biden does not.
Amy Klobuchar on her reaction to Julián Castro's jab at Joe Biden's memory: "I just thought this is not cool. ... It feels like something Donald Trump might tweet out" https://t.co/00vi3mPPpw pic.twitter.com/gSXwAjF9vA— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) September 13, 2019
Meanwhile, Amy Klobuchar was not impressed with Castro.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Weekly report on gay mags.
NYP: Up to 45% of us cry at work.
OMG.BLOG! (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Ben Zolno goes full-frontal.
YOUTUBE: Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey team up for a Charlie's Angels theme song: