Some news stories you might have missed:
• OUT: Fitness guru Shaun T – famous for the Insanity and Hip Hop Abs workouts – has launched his own OnlyFans account with his husband titled “Wine Night After Dark.”
• Pink News: Lawmakers in Kansas have voted to pass legislation banning trans people from using public bathrooms that match their gender identities, and robing them of legal recognition.
Kansas passes horrific trans bathroom bill that would legally erase trans people https://t.co/u9cckeTjfK
— PinkNews (@PinkNews) April 5, 2023
• Texas Tribune: The Texas Senate has approved two bills aimed at restricting drag performances that children attend or see. One of them would defund public libraries where drag queens are allowed to read to children. The second bars kids from drag shows if the performances are overly lewd and lascivious.
• The Advocate: Out U.S. Rep. George Santos has introduced a bill to ban U.S. aid to countries with laws or policies that discriminate against or criminalize people because of their sexual orientation or certain other characteristics.
It comes as Santos faces an ethics investigation into alleged sexual misconduct and his financial dealings. https://t.co/7ojeN2dr7N
— The Advocate (@TheAdvocateMag) April 2, 2023
• WUSA9: A Maryland man has been charged with one felony count of interstate communications with a threat to injure after he threatened to “slaughter” members of the Human Rights Campaign in an apparent response to the mass shooting at a Christian school in Tennessee last week.
• New York Times: Democrat Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an anti-vaccine activist and scion of one of the country’s most famous political families, is running for president. The 69-year-old joins self-help guru Marianne Williamson who has already announced her own long-shot bid to beat President Biden for the Democratic nomination.
While he has not yet announced his plans, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. filed the federal paperwork on Wednesday for a campaign to run for president as a Democrat. https://t.co/IGMGrgjb83
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 6, 2023