The AggreGAYtor: June 9
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
7:00PM, Mon. Jun. 9, 2014
Utah shows some real pride, Iceland shows some real compassion, and Texas Republicans, well, they do what they do, as your AggreGAYtor repairs hir broken orientation.
Utah Pride was led by the six couples who sued for marriage in their state.
Transgender kids are having their voices heard.
The Supremes will be hearing some important LGBTQ cases this month, and we’re hoping for positive results.
Iceland opens up to queer folk fleeing anti-gay African states, while America drags its feet.
Nelson Mandela was pretty amazing when it came to queer civil rights (among other things, obviously).
Pumping parties aren’t nearly as fun as they sound, and can have fatal consequences.
A new CBS News Poll shows that Americans have a long way to go before bathroom panic ends.
“...[T]he Republican Party of Texas wants a particularly sinister image, one that goes against the very direction that American society is taking.”
Apparently there are just already too many top-notch trans pianists in the U.S.A.