ABOVE: Remembering Jimmy Olsen himself, the gay actor Jack Larson, on his b'day.
AUSTRALIAN MEN'S HEALTH: Chris Hemsworth is covering Australian Men's Health's Comeback Issue.
SCREEN RANT: Lucas Koka Penteado and Gilbert Noguieria shared the first-ever gay kiss on Big Brother Brazil — and then one of them self-evicted.
WAPO: Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R-Alabama) is now the fourth Republican in the Senate to announce he won't run in 2022.
YOUTUBE: John Fetterman, currently the Democratic lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, is officially running for the Senate seat of his state.
THE HILL: New COVID-19 cases have dropped below 100K for the first time in 2021. Yay! (Oh, that's daily.)
YOUTUBE: President Biden, in his Super Bowl interview, said he hopes the Super Bowl in a year will be back to normal — but cautioned that herd immunity via vaccinations by summer is going to be tough.
Democrats are choosing teachers unions and special interests over the well-being of our students.— Ron Wright (@RepRonWright) February 5, 2021
The CDC says schools can safely re-open if proper precautions are taken.
What are we waiting for? pic.twitter.com/1dqLlxzZMU
HUFF POST: Rep. Ron Wright (R-Texas), who had battled lung cancer, announced he had a mild case of COVID-19 in January. In February, he has an acute case of death. Meanwhile, his social media staff was pushing anti-lockdown B.S. within 48 hours of his impending death.
GUARDIAN: The two gay men Russia returned to Chechnya were already facing certain death. Now, Chechnya is accusing them of terrorism.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Recovering rentboy.
OUT: More from Ryan O'Connell (of Netflix's Special) on how he intends to share the stories of queer disabled people.
NYT: The life of Gorilla Glue Girl.
ATTITUDE: David Beckham is taking millions to become the face of ... anti-gay Qatar.