The AggreGAYtor: April 24
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
9:30AM, Thu. Apr. 24, 2014
Martin Ssempa may soon receive poetic justice, Chelsea Manning can now sue the jerks still calling her Bradley, and Bill O'Eeilly thinks we're all terrorists, as your AggreGAYtor devises a new Southern Strategy.
More Texans support marriage equality than oppose it.
SCOTUS may soon ban quack therapy nationwide, if they have a lick of sense.
Chelsea Manning is now officially Chelsea Manning.
The Dallas Morning News now has a gay place of its own.
“They eat the poo-poo” preacher Martin Ssempa may face charges under Uganda’s anti-gay law.
Daniel Francese (Damian from Mean Girls) has come out as gay in a touching open letter.
A year on, Gauls are enjoying their marriage rights, with no guillotines necessary.
India may soon roll back its re-enforcement of Section 377, British Empire’s old rule on gay sex.
A San Francisco street is being renamed for trans activist Vicki Marlane.
Stone Cold Steve Austin has our backs on the marriage front.
Disney films may have been queer way before Frozen.
Umm, the Boy Scouts of America are still being jerks?
Bill O’Reilly thinks LGBTQ activists rely on violence and intimidation, somehow.
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