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Oct 13 2023
Zac Wrestles With Outer Demons + Bayard Rustin's Brilliance + Reba McEntire Learns About Poppers + Why Elon Musk Is Evil + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

ABOVE: Movie buffs.

BELOW: Keep reading for Zac Efron's revealing performance, Reba McEntire's innocence, Elon Musk's dastardly ways and more ...

Zac-efron-nude-shirtless-boyculture-pits-wrestler-gayWrestling with inner demons (Image via A24)

OMG.BLOG!: I'm just not sure how I feel about this Zac Efron look and movie.

Life-bayard-rustin-gay-boycultureOverlooked no more (Image via Life)

LIT HUB: The brilliance of Bayard Rustin.

TROYE-SIVAN-reba-mcentire-boyculture-gay-poppers-andy-cohenThey decided to discuss it later. (Image via video still)

Hot-spots-shirtless-boyculture-gayTWITTER: Reba McEntire has no idea what poppers are, which is cute. (Interesting that she's never met Madonna, considering she has seen her perform more than once. I remember her bitching about the tardiness.)

KENNETH IN THE (212): A peek at all the week's LGBTQ+ mags.

AP: Elon Musk says he's been removing Hamas-linked accounts from Twitter — but top watchdogs point out it's not nearly enough. He bought Twitter to destroy a wonderful town square of information ahead of the 2024 election, and now that there is a consequential war going on, we're finding out just how easily the platform can be weaponized now to spread disinformation. He's a digital villain.

THE TIMES OF ISRAEL: Why are so many on the left rolling their eyes at the claim — now backed up with photos — that Hamas murdered infants?

THE JERUSALEM POST: A shocker of a new poll shows the overwhelming majority of Israelis want to dump Netanyahu. Wouldn't that be great? I can't see him ever going willingly.

HUFF POST: OMG, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-New Jersey) is really dead meat — he's now formally charged with being a foreign agent (for Egypt).

WAPO: Jeez, neither Scalise nor Jordan has the votes to become Speaker. Will this stalemate ever end?

HUFF POST: An election in Virginia might tell us just how strongly Virginians — and a good chunk of the rest of the U.S. — cares about abortion rights.

NYT: RIP Rudolph Isley, 84 — he was one of the founding members of the eternally successful group, in it from 1954-1989.

GR8ERDAYS: RIP Phyllis Coates, 96 — she was TV's first-ever Lois Lane!

Lois-lane-phyllis-coates-bare-boycultureCoates with George Reeves (L) and with director Richard L. Bare, to whom she was briefly married. (Images by ABC & Matthew Rettenmund)