It’s Monday (again). A lot happened over the weekend. Here’s just some of what you might have missed…
BAD WORDS: California man pleads guilty to threatening to “shoot up and bomb” Merriam-Webster’s offices over LGBTQ inclusive definitions in the dictionary. [CBS News]
THE WRONG STUFF: Pro-Trump dating app backed by gay right-wing billionaire Peter Thiel hasn’t even officially launched yet and it’s already being rejected. [Daily Beast]
NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT: Man posts Craigslist ad “looking for gay man” to party with his wife for $30 an hour.
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HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL: Lance Bass weighs in on whether Britney Spears will ever return to music, says “I see her back on that stage at some point.” [Rolling Stone]
HOUSE OF HOMOPHOBIA: HBO’s “Game of Thrones” spinoff “House of Dragon” accused of being homophobic for its treatment of LGBTQ characters. [Los Angeles Times]
MEAN GIRL: Meghan McCain trashes the family of her conservative replacement on The View, Alyssa Farah Griffin, by calling her father “a very famous homophobe and racist who started birtherism.”
HISTORY REVISED: Queen Elizabeth II’s legacy on LGBTQ issues is still very much up for debate. [NBC News]
GOP DEATH WATCH: Gay-hating, “religious freedom” loving Republican Linda Paulson announces she will be on the ballot for the District 12 Senate race in Utah via… rap video?