The AggreGAYtor: June 24
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 11:35AM, Mon. Jun. 24
The culture war rages, the Supreme Court guages, and Austin's Stonewall rally engages, as your AggreGAYtor does something that rhymes with "orange."
Austin remembers the Stonewall Riots, the most visible starting point of the LGBTQ civil rights movement, at the State Capitol.
The Supreme Court is bound to rule any minute now, and it’ll probably be good news for at least some of us.
The currently serving secretary of the U.S. Air Force is the gay.
Brazilian queers fight back in the thousands against the new “cura gay” law.
Nearly a third of San Francisco’s homeless population is LGBTQ.
The “Kumbaya Session” of the Texas Legislature ended its commitment to avoiding culture-war nonsense when the Special Session began, but Texans are stepping up and speaking out.
Scalia says judges should not weigh in on moral issues, like homosexuality, but should, well, leave it up to the whim of the majority.
It Came from the Tubes
Tell your coastal liberal friends not to write off Texas just because the culture warriors hold power here. Because if they do, they could be next.