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The AggreGAYtor: March 5

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

By David Estlund, 4:20PM, Wed. Mar. 5

Whose anti-gay family study gets more discredited every day?
Whose anti-gay family study gets more discredited every day?
photo by Mark Regnerus

Americans' opinions of each other lag behind their opinions on marriage, Regnerus gets a smackdown, and trans protections prove insufficient, as your AggreGAYtor rattles the keyboard during a meeting.

The Good

Americans think Americans don’t support marriage equality, but they’re wrong.

The UT Department of Sociology refutes Regnerus’ bogus study.

It’s possible to be queer and Muslim.

Marriage is a conservative value, and some Republicans are starting to understand.

One of the U.S. ambassadors handling the situation in Ukraine is out, totes cute, and totes competent.

The Bad

When bathrooms are involved, trans folks are seldom the harassers, but often the harassed.

Texas Republicans race to the bottom, and will probably win anyway, for now.

The Fugly

Hobby Lobby doesn’t know that at least a third of its employees are gay.

David Brooks thinks teens of color should pay for his mistakes with prison time.

Spoke too soon: Boston shuts out its token gay group and local Catholic authorities are celebrating the fact.

It Came from the Tubes

Texas Reacts to Arizona's LGBT Controversy from North Texas Television on Vimeo.

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