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The AggreGAYtor: February 4

What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.

By David Estlund, 10:00AM, Tue. Feb. 4

Ours is not to question why; ours is but to EXTERMINATE
Ours is not to question why; ours is but to EXTERMINATE
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Coke gets an uproar, the queer kids are not alright, and Utah could blow at any moment, as your AggreGAYtor expresses sympathy for the devil.

The Good

Wisconsin is now on the list of states whose marriage bans stand to be litigated out of existence.

43 LGBTQ activists have laid their freedom on the line to stop workplace discrimination in Idaho.

In a media coup, Coke’s Superbowl ad has racists so incensed that homophobes haven’t noticed the interracial gay family, liberals have forgotten that Coke is a major Sochi sponsor, and nobody’s talking about garbage poison sugar water.

Disney has figured out that flaming tapwater is not family-friendly.

Japan's LGBTQ citizens tend to fly under the radar, but its political representatives are pushing for change.

The Bad

Move over velvet rage, gay/bi teen boys might have a case of the roid rage, too.

The Utah legislature is in convulsions over its recent judicial marriage ruling, and the results are hard to predict.

Under the new anti-gay regime, users of Russia’s Grindr equivalent are being blocked and harassed, and children are being harmed by repressive laws, and nobody knows how to react.

The Fugly

Agema: You start out in 1984 by saying, "Faggot, faggot, faggot." By 1998 you can't say "faggot" — that hurts you. Backfires. So you say stuff like “shoving things down our throats.” (context)

He questioned homosexuality. We question his competency as a therapist.

This GAYtor’s favorite representative, Bernie Sanders, and possibly least favorite, Michelle Bachmann, sit down for a pleasant discussion. Chaos reigns.

Linda Harvey says we all have the equivalent of the world’s deadliest mental disorder.

It Came from the Tubes


Behold, the dark shadow of santorum:

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