The AggreGAYtor: May 21
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 9:40AM, Wed. May. 21, 2014
Oregon jumps the marriage train, Turing passes the queer test in Britain, and Maggie Gallagher sheds a silent, hateful tear, as your AggreGAYtor feels so good.
Oregon’s marriage ban has been overturned, effective immediately.
Alan Turing will receive a tribute that acknowledges his homosexuality, one year after the British hero was pardoned for his “gross indecency” conviction.
Opposition to same-sex marriage stands at 52%, but opponents are doomed, doomed!
NOM may pay for allegedly violating Maine’s campaign finance laws in its fight against marriage equality.
California’s attempt to legislate safer sex in porn might backfire, and might even push performers into seedier, more dangerous outlets.
Common Core is making all the kids gay, according to a Florida state representative.
Adam Carolla steps in it big time, as we’ve been expecting.
Ben Carson was shocked, shocked to discover that sex between consenting adults is different from animal rape.