Dallas Pride rolls out amid ongoing controversy, Alabama jumps on the bigotry train, and the world's first transgender billionaire makes the A-list, as your AggreGAYtor seeks a rent-controlled sublet on Sgt. Charles H. Cochrane Way.
Got Central Texas queer history? The National LGBT Museum wants our artifacts (and, as always, so is the LGBT Collection at the Austin History Center).
The White House says the Affordable Care Act will benefit the LGBTQ community too.
NYC police seek to name a street after the first out gay NYPD officer.
The Canadian military’s new head chaplain is out and proud.
Jennifer Pritzger has become the world’s first transgender billionaire (which is great, but we’d settle for having far fewer LGBTQ folks living in poverty by, for example, protection from employment discrimination).
UT’s Mark Regnerus somehow manages to condemn the Russian Duma and surrogate parents in the same op-ed.
In the wake of controversies surrounding Texas’ and Mississippi’s denial of married same-sex partner benefits to National Guard members, Alabama has decided bigotry’s the way to go.
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