The AggreGAYtor: June 12
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 9:00AM, Thu. Jun. 12
Wisconsin does married couples right, America shows Spain a little Pride, and the SBC tells us all, "I am filled with Christ's love," as your AggreGAYtor remembers that it's a small world, after all.
Wisconsin is processing marriage licenses, despite their attorney general’s efforts.
The US Embassy in Madrid shows its true colors during Spain Pride.
New York may soon ban harmful ex-gay quack therapy.
Travis Air Force Base welcomes the nation’s first LGBTQ military alliance.
A transgender priest will speak at the Washington National Cathedral’s recognition of LGBTQ Pride.
Vocativ issues its top 35 cities according to its Queer Index; Texas doesn’t rank.
Cuba may be progressing on queer civil rights, but not so much when it comes to its activist critics.
The Southern Baptist Convention will now love and minister to transgender neighbors by condemning and denying their lived experience.
We may be pushing quack therapy here in Texas, but at least we aren’t advocating stoning.
A D.C. hookah bar airs its dirty laundry on a receipt.
It Came from the Tubes
In honor of the 50th birthday of the New York State Pavillion at the 1964 World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, Queens (which was already an urban ruin when this was filmed):