Friday, November 16, 2018

Remains of the Day (11/16)


YouTube: Five sexy gay films to watch on Dekko

Rolling Stone: Julian Assange is secretly charged in U.S., prosecutors mistakenly reveal

Towleroad: Michelle and Malia Obama sneaked out of the White House to soak up the public’s celebration of marriage equality

NPR: Democrat Stacey Abrams ends bid for Georgia governor, decrying "suppression"

Karpel Group: Queer artist Ria Mae premieres music video for "Hold Me"

The New York Times: Gun control groups eclipse NRA in election spending


NBC News: David Hockney painting sells for record-breaking $90.3 million

Dlisted: Meet the "Hot Slut of October" -- and boy is she a bitch

The Randy Report: Judge orders White House to restore Jim Acosta of CNN's press pass

Hunk du Jour: You're going to want to play "connect the moles" on Sean Uribe's torso

Back2Stonewall: Nobody is more excited about the leadership shakeup at HRC than this guy

Boy Culture: Another steam-room thing that's not a thing


Gr8er Days: "Butch Cassidy," "All the President's Men," "Princess Bride" writer William Goldman dies at 87

Gothamist: More sad NYC small business news: Tea & Sympathy may be closing -- but not without a fight

Baseline: Herbert and Mahut are adorable in these new advertisements -- especially when the latter dons a pink tutu

Greg in Hollywood: Epic “The Boy and The Piano” ad features the  life of Sir Elton John – in reverse!

The Daily News: Iconic toy store FAO Schwarz reopens at Rockefeller Center

OMG Blog: Nicolas Bachmann shows off his thick German sausage


Hot Cat of the Day: This is what I call one cool customer ...

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