SCOTUS. Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she doesn’t even want to think about a Trump presidency: “I don’t want to think about that possibility, but if it should be, then everything is up for grabs.”
HER HEART WILL GO ON. Celine Dion’s style is on point.
DAILY AW. Giant Pandas do downward dog.
KIT WILLIAMSON. EastSiders creator talks Mississippi’s HB 1523, what it was like to grow up gay in the South, and his experience emcee-ing Mississippi Pride: “It saddens me that so much hate has taken root in the state where I grew up, but I am also proud to have overcome it. I am proud of the brave LGBT people and allies in Mississippi who are standing up against it. And I am proud of our legal system for stepping in to protect us where our democracy has failed.”
MISSISSIPPI. Meanwhile, MS Gov. Phil Bryant wants stay of ruling that overturned HB 1523.
MUSIC. Calvin Harris’ Taylor Swift ‘break up track’ might not actually be about her.
REALITY TV. Ripped Bachelorette contestant bares his bum.
NEWT GINGRICH. The former Speaker of the House and rumored Republican VP frontrunner talked with Van Jones discuss Dallas, police shootings: “It took me a long time, and a number of people talking to me through the years to get a sense of this. If you are a normal, white American, the truth is you don’t understand being black in America and you instinctively under-estimate the level of discrimination and the level of additional risk.”
GAY BARS GONE-BY. Silverlake location that once was MJ’s, a popular LA gay bar, now a straight bar where multiple women report having been roofied.
ORLANDO. Florida state representatives engaged in hostile war of words over Orlando shooting: “…I was shocked to learn of your repeated statements accusing your fellow legislators of creating an environment that gives rise to such horrible violence when they speak out against any LGBT bills as bad public policy in the Legislature.”
TROLLING. San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus sings “If You Were Gay” from Avenue Q outside Focus on the Family HQ.
TRANSGENDER RIGHTS. Another 10 states sue Obama administration over transgender student guidance.
FRIDAY FLIRT. Dez.