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The AggreGAYtor: February 7

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

By David Estlund, 1:35PM, Fri. Feb. 7

Either speech-to-text technology has a ways to go or it's the most prescient art form ever.
Either speech-to-text technology has a ways to go or it's the most prescient art form ever.
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Sochi opens under fire, Utah has nervous bathroom talks, and Piers Morgan has a teachable moment, as your AggreGAYtor whispers, "Mary Hartman," and then does so again.

The Good

U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon voices his full-throated opposition to Russia’s crackdown on human rights, and so does Queer Nation NYC and Google too.

Russia’s slow-moving anti-gay disaster too confusing? ABC Australia has a good run-down.

A lot of people are in love with the people they’re boinking. Yes, even people like us.

President Obama is determined to place the first black gay judge on the federal bench.

If we weren’t so obsessed with policing bathrooms, Utah wouldn’t be having such odd conversations.

Locally, a little bit of ice can't hold back the AGLCC from stating its State of the Chamber. Tonight's event was moved from City Hall and will be held at El Sol y La Luna.

The Bad

Kansas is discussing how to protect bigoted business’ fists from our noses.

The Fugly

We’re coming for their kids, according to the Russian deputy prime minister.

Scott Walker says gay rights in Wisconsin are dead, dead, dead.

Piers Morgan is offended that Janet Mock was offended. Janet Mock teaches a lesson.

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