The AggreGAYtor: July 31
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
11:59AM, Wed. Jul. 31, 2013
Employment protections get a "possibly, maybe," Russia gets served, and PolitiFact gets skewy, as your AggreGAYtor goth-dances to Shriekback.
ENDA has passed out of committee, and is headed to the full Senate.
Nancy Goldstein has written a scathing indictment of Russia’s anti-gay pogroms.
The perpetrator of a 1991 Texas gay-bashing turned deadly is up for parole; Equality Texas says no way.
Bradley Manning was found guilty on all counts, except “aiding the enemy.” Because that would make the American public ‘the enemy.’
RIP Robot; the owner of Numbers nightclub in Houston has died.
PolitiFact gets up in Texas’ anti-discrimination discussion, demonstrating once again their strained relationship with “truth.”