Celebrities and cities speak up on Russia, trans students step up in California, and anti-gay spokespeople cough up the same old tired lines, as your AggreGAYtor gives a fierce reading session.
U.S.A. athlete Nick Symmonds in Moscow dedicates his silver medal to the gays.
States with better LGBTQ policies are luring talent and prosperity away from anti-gay states.*
California becomes the first state to legally protect all transgender students from discrimination, as HRC reports a nationwide trend toward trans tolerance for students.
Churches around the country are starting to get a little bit gay.
Coming out to the spouse and kids doesn’t have to mean the end of the family.
Lansing, Michigan breaks up with St. Petersberg; Chicago remains tight-lipped about her sister-city BFF, Moscow.
A gay Russian TV presenter outs himself on-air in protest; is immediately declared a non-person and removed from history by
Soviet censors the corporation.
Governor Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania thinks gay marriage licenses hold the power to unmake the universe.
Pat Buchanan opines on Russia: gays are the oppressors, Marxism is/was a religion, and Obama is a secret gay muslim.
Fox News anchors are so angry about trans kids going to the bathroom. Because girls and boys and test scores and children and parents and complicated; arrrrrrgh!
Homo Arigato, Mme. LaBeija.
*One problem with this article: including comment from the American Family Association (who they call a group that “supports heterosexual marriage,” as if someone is trying to stop that), an SPLC hate group, spouting lies about the cost of providing benefits to same-sex couples.
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