The AggreGAYtor: November 21
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
1:00PM, Thu. Nov. 21, 2013
Austin gets kudos, Illinois gets rights, and Oklahoma doubles down big-time, as your AggreGAYtor watches the latest episode of We're All Miranda.
Austin scores a perfect 100 on equality from the HRC (one of eight cities with perfect scores in states with no supportive laws), while Dallas and Fort Worth get an A-, Houston gets a D, and San Antonio gets a solid B. No other city scored above an F, and the lowest score goes to Laredo, with a 2.
Illinois is now officially the 16th state to recognize marriage rights.
Magic Johnson has some words of wisdom for all of us, and he also loves his gay son.
Scotland already recognizes civil unions, but may go ahead and recognize marriage equality soon.
Wow. Oklahoma. Just wow.
The United Methodist Church has found a pastor guilty of marriage in the first degree.
The Transgender Day of Remembrance is over, but we will never forget.
Yes, the GOP is on the attack against LGBTQ Americans.
Scott Lively says Russia’s recent anti-gay violence is actually perpetrated by gays.
Shorter Gretchen Carlson: “If Liz Cheney just dumped her family and got a man, we wouldn’t be having this conversation.”
Rick Santorum (the person, not the frothy mix of fecal matter and lube that sometimes results from anal sex), appeared on the Colbert Report.
It Came from the Tubes
Better late than never: