The AggreGAYtor: May 22

What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.

May we all be driven to madness in His devouring maw.
May we all be driven to madness in His devouring maw.

Pennsylvania steps up, Idaho steps back, and Laverne Cox wins as always, as your AggreGAYtor awaits the flannel resurgence with subtle chidings at the ready (hint: It's Texas…).

The Good

Pennsylvania climbs aboard the same-sex marriage train.

Gallop (along with Slate) tells Politico it can sashay away, showing 55% support for marriage equality.

Laverne Cox weighs in on the Jared Leto issue.

Amazon’s caught some flack for supporting the BSA despite ongoing queer convulsions, but these Eagle Scouts and GLAAD, along with 125,000 signers, may end the practice.

An Austin Playwright gets a dual showing in Coachella Valley.

The Bad

Coming out as trans at work is more difficult than coming out as gay, for a number of reasons.

Marriage equality in Idaho gets put on hold, but thankfully the appeal gets fast-tracked.

The Fugly

The Westboro Baptist Church is going to protest Cher. Because that’s entertainment.

It Came from the Tubes

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