The AggreGAYtor: January 15
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
9:30AM, Wed. Jan. 15
Nigeria pulls the "go directly to jail" card, a Dallas pastor gives greasy squick on the air, and thousands of unemployed queers suddenly cried out and were silenced, as your AggreGAYtor senses a disturbance in the force.
Gay couples tend to be happier if less showy than their straight counterparts.
Marriage equality is likely to come to Texas whether it becomes popular or not.
The Fed is getting a new head and a fresh perspective (combined with a ton of experience).
Gender != sex; and now Katie Couric may be a little more aware of the fact.
Maryland moves to protect its transgender citizens from discrimination.
One GOProud founder has had it with the Republican party.
Lots of laid-off LGBTQ folk have just been dumped from the unemployment rolls.
Texas’ senatorial Miranda Priestly, Judeth Zaffirini is currently embroiled in a family dispute involving an alleged homosexual huckster.
Nigeria has wasted no time enforcing its brand-new anti-gay law.
Chris Christie really knows how to piss some people off.
First Baptist Church of Dallas is just oozing with unctuous homophobia.