THE BODY ISSUE. Chris Mosier is first transgender athlete to appear in ESPN’s special issue: “I have wanted to be in the Body Issue for over a year. I think the reason I felt so inspired to do it is that I’m finally at a place where I feel very comfortable with my body. And as a trans person, being in a body that didn’t really fit me for 29 years, now I feel very comfortable in my own skin.”
DON’T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA. Eden Espinosa is Eva Peron.
TROLLING. Donald Trump’s lawyer tweets meme accusing Hillary Clinton of murder: “I presided over $6 billion lost at the State Department, sold uranium to the Russians through my faux charity, illegally deleted public records, and murdered an ambassador.”
NOT GOING BACK IN THE SHADOWS. Elizabeth Warren continues to fire back against Donald Trump (and also Scott Brown) after Trump again called her ‘Pocahontas’ (and Brown suggested she should take a DNA test to prove her Native American ancestry).
ORLANDO. Zac Efron, Miley Cyrus and other celebrities join t-shirt fundraising campaign for Orlando victims’ fund.
TURN TO THE LEFT. Recap the Paris menswear collections.
ME TARZAN. We now know who is responsible for not putting Alexander Skarsgard in a loincloth.
THE COLORS, DUKE. Scientists accidentally stumble upon a new shade of blue: “Called YInMn blue, the pigment will finally be available to artists and manufacturers later this year through an agreement with the Ohio-based Shepherd Color Company, artnet reports.”
BRAZIL. Country’s suspended president reaffirms support for LGBT rights: “My government has always given priority to inclusion and combating gender bias, race, sex or social class.”
O meu governo sempre teve como prioridade a inclusão e o combate ao preconceito de gênero, raça, sexual ou de classe social. #OrgulhoLGBT
— Dilma Rousseff (@dilmabr) June 28, 2016
PRIDE. US Embassy in Ottawa unveils massive rainbow flag for pride month.
— Chloé Fedio (@cfedio) June 28, 2016
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