The AggreGAYtor: August 22
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
9:10AM, Thu. Aug. 22, 2013
San Antonio gets ugly, Christine Quinn gets death threats, and Houston gets a new gay haunt, as your AggreGAYtor seeks Amy.
Texas has a new gay country bar in an old straight historic country bar location, opening tomorrow in Houston.
The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington is coming up, and LGBTQ groups are on board.
Hawaiian churches push the state to revisit its rejection of marriage equality.
Angry activists target P&G for its support of the Sochi Olympics.
- Miss Universe condemns Russia's "propaganda law" in anticipation of its Moscow competition.
NYC mayoral candidate Christine Quinn, an out lesbian, is receiving death threats.
- Elisa Chan has elaborated on her recent anti-gay remarks. No apology was issued.
A San Antonio veteran was booed out while presenting testimony at a city council meeting.
Attorney General hopeful Dan Branch is making some anti-gay San Antonio hoopla.