ABOVE: Don't forget to celebrate Jon-Erik Hexum's birthday.
YOUTUBE: Welcome to The Disappointments, about what happens when an older gay man's partner takes his own life and his group of friends struggles to find themselves in their 50s.
EXTRATV: Joe Exotic has cancer that's almost as aggressive as he's been toward Carole Baskin. Seriously, though, how is he the one who gets sympathy in that situation? Do people just automatically hate women? He was crazy toward her, and tried to have her killed. Plus, he used his announcement of his health to continue bitterly dragging her. I hope his cancer is treatable and he survives, but as for sympathy points, pass.
i'm literally sobbing right now stop whattjefuck pic.twitter.com/Z6dWcRPHEV— colleen needs a LI ticket ): (@vaIidheart) November 4, 2021
TEEN VOGUE: Harry Styles helped a fan at one of his concerts come out as gay to her mom.
LAINEY GOSSIP: Chris Evans is set to be named People's Sexiest Man Alive — ABOUT TIME.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Queer mags du jour.
KCAL: Insanity! An eighth-grade teacher ranted to students that Trump is secretly still POTUS, women who don't get vaccinated when giving birth have their babies removed from them, claimed Hunter Biden has had sex with his niece and had child porn on his laptop — all lies. The worst part of the story?! “We have chosen not to name the teacher in this story.”
POLITICO: More evidence of Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's grift.
L.A. TIMES: How ABBA became LGBTQ icons.
DAILY BEAST: Aaron Rodgers lied about being vaccinated, then got COVID-19.
CNN: Cynthia Erivo and Ariana Grande will star in the big-screen version of the Broadway musical Wicked.
TWITTER: Madonna showed up as the surprise guest at the amfAR benefit to honor her buddy Jeremy Scott, and didn't disappoint on the outrageous-fashion front. (And looked, actually, like Madonna.) Scott returned the favor, noting:
Even before there was the term “ally,” there was only one word that represented a safe haven for young gay boys like me, and that word was “Madonna.”