ABOVE: Kurt Marshall law. Follow Boy Culture on IG HERE!
BBC NEWS: Living legend Jean-Paul Gaultier sits for a wide-ranging interview about his inspirations, his work with Madonna, the prudish response to Florence Pugh's nipples and much more.
Great chat with him!
Marco Rubio doesn’t believe in marriage equality. I voted to protect it.— Val Demings (@valdemings) July 20, 2022
CNN: The House passed a bill to codify same-sex marriage and interracial marriage. However, 77% of House Republicans voted AGAINST. In the year 2022. Shockingly, there is a chance in hell the Senate could pass this, too, with such senators as Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Portman (R-Ohio) on board.
BTW, here are all 157 House Republicans who voted against marriage:
YOUTUBE: Carl Nassib, first active NFL player to come out as gay, explains to GMA his decision to be open about his sexual orientation:
NY1: If nothing else, Bill de Blasio can read the room. (But, like, I totally miss him since Adams started.)
YOUTUBE: Above — Rosie O'Donnell hosted a talkback at Outfest following a screening of the new A League of Their Own series. All eight episodes bow on Prime August 12.
PINK NEWS: Tragic. The vicious beating death of HIV positive queer activist Zak Kostopoulos resulted in two convictions — one guy was considered too old (at 77) to be jailed, so was serving time at home, and the other walked free after two MONTHS of a 10-year sentence. The four cops who failed to help resuscitate the victim, instead cuffing him from behind while he died, also walked free.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Gay man shows off underwear options.
GR8ERDAYS: Terrrrrrific chat between Liza Minnelli, John Kander and Fred Ebb from 1974. Wowza.
GR8ERDAYS: Long-lost TV docs featuring Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren are reappearing, fully restored.
YOUTUBE: I'm not 100% sure a slasher flick about a gay-conversion camp isn't exploitative and weird. But here we are:
TWITTER: But really, Don't Look Up was a doc:
A clip from Don’t Look Up, and then a real TV interview that just happened pic.twitter.com/CokQ5eb3sO— Ben Phillips (@benphillips76) July 20, 2022
INSTAGRAM: Natalie Wood woulda been 84! Plus, an unseen (by me) letter from Bette Davis to Kim Carnes: