ON THE STUMP. Elizabeth Warren campaigned with Hillary Clinton for the first time on Monday: “I’m here today, because I’m with her, yes her.”
FAIL. Donald Trump tried to swipe back at Elizabeth Warren‘s epic takedown by calling her a racist.
RIP. Colton Haynes pays tribute to legendary street fashion photographer Bill Cunningham who passed away recently.
NEVER TRUMP. Conservative writer George Will leaves the GOP: “This is not my party.” But is it?
MALE MODEL MONDAY. Meet Zoran Karan.
BET AWARDS. Actor and activist Jesse Williams gave a powerful speech touching on his involvement with the Black Lives Matter movement and systematic racism in America: “Just because we’re magic doesn’t mean we’re not real.”
TRAILERS. New Star Trek: Beyond teaser released.
JAMES BOND. Representative of HM’s government in Chicago cheekily implies 007 might be gay: “In 2016 our secret service was named the nation’s most LGBT-friendly employer, so way to go, James Bond,” he said, before adding with a cheeky leer, “Who’d have thought, eh, who’d have thought?”
HEADLINE OF THE DAY. “The Radical Plan to Turn One California Town into a Gay Utopia.”
MAPS. One year since full nationwide marriage equality in the U.S., a look at how and where anti-LGBT legislation has risen up in America.
BREXIT. J.K. Rowling found the (gay) silver lining.
The book's real, the review's real and I've finally found something to laugh about in this whole terrible mess. pic.twitter.com/5r8yF9Fa2l
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 26, 2016
PROFILES IN COURAGE (AND LOVE). Meet the gay Indian couple who is speaking out against their country’s ban on homosexuality.