ABOVE: Never forget Sr. Novarro!
AMAZON: New bio Didn't We Almost Have It All covers the life of Whitney Houston — and reportedly does not shy away from her torment over being queer.
COCKTAILS & COCKTALK (WORK UNFRIENDLY): A slew of guys jacked off on an NYC subway. I know people love public sex and exhibitionism, but when I see stuff like this — or those Insta models rubbing their boners on stuffed animals in stores, or walking naked through a store — I always wonder what the difference is between them and a garden-variety sexual predator who is arrested? Better-looking? I don't feel passionately about it (ironically), but are parents supposed to be like 'k 'k about this? If a man is JO'ing when you enter the subway, are you supposed to laugh and MYOB? Just food for thot.
TIME: John “Lypsinka” Epperson remembers Thierry Mugler's “fire” as a “fashion visionary.”
POLITICO: Smelling like Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for SCOTUS, with Sen. Murkowski (R-Alaska) signaling potential support — obliquely.
OMG.BLOG! (WORK UNFRIENDLY): God, we're desperate for entertainment — we're already doing a movie about the 1o-minute-ago rise of Uber.
TMZ: At this point, I'll be shocked if Kanye doesn't kill Kim.
PEOPLE: Aw, John Mayer and Andy Cohen are “dear friends.”
EXTRATV: Can't really wrap my head around anyone calling Camilla Parker Bowles “Queen.”
GR8ERDAYS: I tend to cover vintage film and TV at Gr8erDays, but randomly wanted to recommend watching The Chapman Report, a '60s film loosely based on the Kinsey Report. It's not that it's great, but Glynis Johns as a too-eager participant in the pre-sexual revolution is a riot, and her desire for Ty Hardin — in the flimsiest shorts I think any man ever wore in public — is 100% justified.
HUFF POST: Trump literally ripped up White House docs — thus breaking the law. Which should preclude him from ever running again.
AOL: Chris Christie says Trump accidentally truthed in referring to his desire to overturn the 2020 election.
TWITTER: As sick as everyone is of overly policing speech, I'm way sicker of comedians acting like they're emotional sherpas.