Friday, August 16, 2019

Remains of the Day (08/16)


The Daily News: Elizabeth Smart’s father comes out as gay, plans to divorce wife and leave Mormon church: "not a place where I find solace any longer"

KIT212: Jockstraps are for jump pages x 2

Back2Stonewall: Undercover sex sting in Washington, D.C., park nets 26 gay men

The Daily News: Could Kaley Cuoco stop bogarting the hot men she doesn't want?

The Hill: Trump crosses yet another new line with Omar, Tlaib, Israel move

Towleroad: Lil Nas X’s historic ride gets a Time magazine cover story 


ISL: Iowa means little and it is still really early. But am I the only one who's ready to go all in with Warren? What she lacks as a candidate she makes up for in policies and principles, which is what really matters

Vox: Women candidates are constantly asked about their electability. Here are 5 reasons that’s misguided.

NewNowNext: Are Debra Messing and Megan Mullally in an ugly feud?  (I so don't want this to be true but some of the evidence is pretty damning.) 

Washington Blade: Self-loathing gays alive and mentally unwell

TV Line: "Mad About You" revival casts Paul and Jamie's grown-up daughter

Socialite Life: Nico Tortorella, Dylan McDermott, Colton Haynes and more man candy


Rage: In the thick of it with David Mixner: Lessons from a political legend

Matthew's Island: Do those even count as briefs?

Boy Culture: Faye Dunaway's former assistant sues, alleging he was fired after she dubbed him "little homosexual boy"

Gr8er Days: A fMike Henry fleshback you won't want to miss

Greg in Hollywood: Oscar winner Joel Grey gives New York magazine a tour of his art-filled home

BosGuy: Thank God it's Furry Friday


4 comments:

Blobby said...

can we just agree that the Will & Grace reboot is dead bc it is not funny and extremely stiffly and overacted ?

Kenneth M. Walsh said...

@Blobby: Awww. I love it!

Shawn Cullen said...

Is the really a groundswell of desire for a “Mad About You” reboot? To me, it was at best a middling kind of “meh” sitcom. Paul Reiser was a whiner and I always thought Helen Hunt was overhyped.

Michael Knock said...

Iowa has actually had a significant impact on the Democratic caucus over the past several elections. Iowa punctured Howard Dean's balloon in 2004 and launched John Kerry towards the nomination. In 2008 it was Iowa Democrats who showed that Obama could actually win. Unfortunately, Iowa's GOP has been completely taken over by the religious right, and so it's influence is far less significant.

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