The AggreGAYtor: December 20
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
11:22AM, Fri. Dec. 20, 2013
New Mexico gets on board, Lockheed Martin says "hell no," and the United Methodist Church goes arch-conservative, as your AggreGAYtor sings a li'l song for Li'l Sebastian.
New Mexico suddenly goes all-in on marriage, becoming the 17th state to legalize it.
Ohio may win marriage by referendum, but the numbers are iffy.
Lockheed Martin cuts Boy Scouts’ funding over its continued ban on gay troop leaders.
The British Film Institute is hosting a Derek Jarman retrospective; we hope they record the speakers.
What would Brian Boitano do? He’d come out, that’s what.
The UMC minister who officiated his son's wedding has now been defrocked.
The MPAA has slapped an “R” rating on a mild romantic comedy just because it’s too gay.
Larry SECEDE Kilgore thinks queers should be executed, but thinks we should vote for him anyway.
What does a GSA look like in a homophobic school? Not very gay.
Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame also said black folks were happier pre-civil-rights.
Parent-child marriage? Is that a thing? Like, ew.