The AggreGAYtor: April 15
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 9:30AM, Tue. Apr. 15
Ohio nearly recognizes marriage equality, Utah may follow, and RuPaul catches up with her audience, as your AggreGAYtor thinks pink.
The Lumberton ISD trans teacher has been reinstated after a divisive row.
Ohio’s marriage ban has been ruled (partially) unconstitutional.
The challenge to Utah’s ban was heard on the anniversary of Loving v. Virginia.
Here’s some good advice for pastors whose views are evolving in anti-gay congregations.
President Obama has asked openly gay retired bishop Gene Robinson to give the closing prayer at his Easter breakfast.
RuPaul’s Drag Race goes a step further and eliminates their “She-Mail” segment.
ENDA’s religious exemption has no parallel in existing antidiscrimination law.
We should employ all useful tactics in the fight for equality, but stigmatizing opponents might not be a productive one.
Russia continues down the path toward fascism, not just in Ukraine.
Scott Lively is selected for a Pink Brick award, and it’s awful both ways.