The Daily Beast looks at a new play based on early 20th century actors who helped police entrap gay men having sex.
Newt Gingrich reviews the Apple Watch for Mashable. “At the moment, the Apple Watch seems best suited for busy people who need quick access to information on the go, those who want access to their schedules at a glance and anyone who likes being an early adopter of the newest technology.”
Newly sworn in Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the country is in a “national awakening” on LGBT rights at Lambda Legal reception. “Put simply, we understand that this nation’s ongoing fight for equality has many fronts, and we cannot afford to grow complacent when there is so much left to do,” Lynch said. “We must – and we will – keep working to bring about the more equal society, the more just future and the more perfect Union to which we must always aspire.”
UK LGBT activist Peter Tachell argues Jesus could have been gay. “The truth is that we simply don’t know whether Jesus was straight, gay, bisexual or celibate. There is certainly no evidence for the Church’s unspoken presumption that he was either heterosexual or devoid of carnal desires. Since nothing in the Bible points to Christ having erotic feelings for women, or relationships with the female sex, the possibility of him being gay cannot be discounted.”
Laverne Cox sends love and prayers to Charleston following Wednesday’s horrific mass shooting.
Lindsey Graham says it’s “time to revisit” the Confederate flag in South Carolina.
Remembering the nine victims of Dylann Roof’s massacre in Charleston.
Lady Gaga channels Beetlejuice at the Songwriters Hall of Fame gala.
First photo of Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Melissa McCarthy on the Ghostbusters reboot set.
Kelly Osbourne cosplays Rachel Dolezal.
Jessica Lange says she’s open to returning to American Horror Story.
Arkansas fugitive wearing “You can run, but you can’t hide” t-shirt caught by police.
Brian Williams apologizes, blames “ego” for fabricated news stories.
North Korea claims it has a cure for MERS, Ebola, and AIDS.
The Washington Post explains why South Carolina’s Confederate flag isn’t at half-staff after the church shooting.
Google to remove so-called “revenge porn” from search results.
Apple says goodbye to the original iPad Mini.