ABOVE: Mirror man.
GR8ERDAYS: Just a reminder that the late, great Clint Walker was a PIECE.
EXTRATV: Pose star Angelica Ross was feeling cute and posting about her new BF — then FBI Twitter did her a favor and informed her that he's engaged!
LGBTQ NATION: Trans woman shot to death in the back of an ambulance while receiving care.
THRILLIST: I really loved Mae Martin's Feel Good on Netflix. It's about a stand-up comic who isn't sure where she fits on the gender and sexual orientation spectrums, her struggle with drug abuse and her charming, complicated love for a previously straight-up straight girl. As a bonus, the Mae in the story has an ice-queen mom played by — oh, no — Lisa Kudrow. Well worth your time.
HUFF POST: Dems have blocked a huge bail-out for corporations that the Senate was trying to pass off as COVID-19 relief, and are instead crafting their own bill in the House.
GAY STAR NEWS: An LGBTQ+ ER nurse is begging gay men to stop going out and hooking up, then bragging about it. Stay the F home.
MIAMI HERALD: Florida would've been better off with Gillum and his rentboy.
NBC NEWS: Fauci comments on data that tentatively suggests a larger percentage of younger people require hospitalization over COVID-19 than previously expected, a larger percentage than needed it in China.
POLITICO: NYC is flunking the COVID-19 test, and Gov. Cuomo is giving us one day to figure out how to limit large gatherings of people. It's truly embarrassing. It's like the opposite of when 9/11 happened. People just don't care.
JOE.MY.GOD.: Loss of taste and smell could be early indicators that an otherwise asymptomatic (but infectious) carrier of COVID-19 has the virus.
TWITTER: Eric Trump is at least as stupid as his dad, who knows things:
For some reason @EricTrump deleted this tweet so we printed out huge copies of it and hung them all over Brooklyn. We think he’ll really appreciate it... let’s see if we’re right... pic.twitter.com/xMjVxaOvor— The Good Liars (@TheGoodLiars) March 22, 2020
NYT: A McDonald's worker asks why the multibillion-dollar corp refuses to foot the bill for paid sick leave:
A shift manager at a McDonald’s restaurant in Kansas City, Mo., asks why a company that earned $5.3 billion last year can’t guarantee paid sick leave for all of its workers. https://t.co/5AWIY3UORc pic.twitter.com/u1YgHy1rNC— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) March 22, 2020