The AggreGAYtor: April 23
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
9:30AM, Wed. Apr. 23, 2014
Indonesia shows some Muslim empathy, Georgia brings us closer to justice, and the nation's judges, like Washington D.C., show us what discrimination looks like, as your AggreGAYtor miraculously limits political bribery.
Indonesia has an Islamic school for transgender citizens. Again.
Georgia joins the list of states with challenges to their marriage bans on the docket.
That play in South Carolina that’s under attack by conservatives? It’s a hit.
Parker Molloy forgives us all, as long as we quit saying “tranny” and “shemale.” Because that’s ugly.
Anti-LGBTQ discrimination in custody cases isn’t catching up to public opinion or scientific concensus.
The district of Washington D.C. is weeding out LGBT programs.
Let’s flip the script and ignore whatever hideous things white straight cis male people with power said this week: it might not get better. It definitely won’t be continuous improvement. But we can be there, for each other.