Utah gets gay married, Pensacola and Shreveport step up for queer citizens, and the divide in the UMC grows deeper, as your AggreGAYtor puts one last silicone toy on the tree.
Utah becomes state number 18 to recognize marriage equality, this time through a federal circuit ruling.
Pensacola, Florida (of all places) now has a domestic partnership registry for couples banned from marrying.
Shreveport becomes the second city in Louisiana to pass a trans-inclusive anti-discrimination law.
The United Methodist pastor who was defrocked for marrying his son has now been offered a promotion.
India’s LGBTQ activists push forward on a new path, despite the nation’s recent anti-gay ruling.
Our fellow Gay Placers are throwing 5 Days of Dragmas! for the rest of the holiday week.
The AggreGAYtor will not report again until December 26.
Happy holidays! MERRY CHRISTMAS!
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