The AggreGAYtor: May 5
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 2:20PM, Mon. May. 5
Episcopalians have a shock, Methodists race to the finish (last), and the Salvation Army still hasn't got its story straight, as your AggreGAYtor wurqs hir blonde cher.
The United Methodist Church may become the last mainline Protestant denomination to recognize LGBTQ equality in 2016.
Brazil has shown the world how to do Pride right.
Homophobia has negative consequences on queer youth, including increased rates of binge drinking.
The first openly gay Episcopal bishop is getting a divorce.
The highest-priced home purchase in history has been made, right out from under a gay billionaire’s beneficiary.
The Salvation Army has stepped in it again, this time in Texas.
Marriage is now being defined as a safety net for straight sex whoopsies.
Kirk Cameron deftly deflects on the marriage issue, but indicts churchgoers as fornicators and adulterers.
An anti-gay North Carolina GOP candidate used to work as a drag queen. Natch.
A trans woman is being housed in a male prison, but at least she can keep her hormone treatments.