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ABOVE: Amazing story of a man whose blood that had been drawn in March of 1980 and stored and later tested positive for HIV. He is alive today, nearly 40 years later. And so is the man who was his partner at the time!
A woman has come forward who claims Justice Clarence Thomas groped her at a house party in 1999. The woman's housemates recalled her talking about the incident at the time, but no other partygoers (including her boss, the guest of honor) saw anything.
Justice Thomas calls it “preposterous.”
British Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy declares “God is gay” in powerful Pulse-themed poem.
The Hollywood Reporter has assembled its list of the 100 most powerful people in entertainment. Out figures: Greg Berlanti, Ellen DeGeneres, Ryan Murphy, Bryan Lourd.
The only thing former Speaker of the House/wrestler molester Dennis Hastert is entering these days is prison. First pic inside.
Supreme Court affirms Affirmative Action. Suck it, Clarence Thomas.
Roberto Enríquez showers his culo in the Spanish series Vis a vis. (Work Unfriendly)
Billy Eichner comes hard for Ross Mathews, who kills brutally with kindness in response. Can't we like both?
No feud. Just responding to you. I came before you. I agree you're funnier, but you're also a dick. ❤️, Mr. Mathews https://t.co/5UGykcsEqt— Ross Mathews (@helloross) June 17, 2016
Rue La Rue Café—in honor of Golden Girls goddess Rue McClanahan—to open at 4396 Broadway in NYC. In other news: I don't go up that far.
Probably the hottest hairy stud you'll see today, and that includes if you're randomly surfing Tumblr at work.
Truly deranged #BernieOrBust crowd plans a fart-in to disrupt Hillary's speech at the Democratic National Convention. Involves cans of beans.
Joe Scarborough, once in the tank of Trump, calls KKK kerfluffe “disqualifying.”
How the Dems plan to win moderate GOP votes in November.
Chris Jones (Video still via ABC News)
Footballer's run comes to early end when third leg makes appearance.
Cosmos Screen by Perry Kelly (Book cover via AuthorHouse)
Man writes of growing up gay in the Depression, serving in WWII.
College runner outed, but finds “nothing but acceptance.”
Gay runner Cavender Salvadori (Image by Cavender Salvadori via Outsports)
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas says there is "much focus on rights" these days. (Hilarious coming from one of the few black people in this country who really was chosen for his job strictly based on his race!) He prefers the Bill of Obligations or the Bill of Responsibilities—which, of course, don't exist. He also thinks people who want a.c., televisions, cars and telephones don't realize those things are luxuries. Really? Sure, those are luxuries if you're living in squalor, but should that really be the goal of America, a populace without cars or phones? This man is disgusting. Where is pancreatic cancer when you REALLY need it?