The AggreGAYtor: July 4
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
12:08PM, Fri. Jul. 4, 2014
Obama continues his campaign to take action where Congress won't, Dallas gets tacky tagged, and strident anti-gay voices tend to belong to homosexicals, as your AggreGAYtor lances a lot.
President Obama is about to sign workplace protections for trans federal employees.
Hormone therapy for trans patients may be even safer than previously assumed.
Members of the San Antonio trans community voice their pride.
Yaz’Min Shanchez, the victim of a brutal anti-trans murder in Fort Myers, was laid to rest with a touching ceremony.
Wells Fargo surveys LGBT investors, finds straight people have a simplistic view of marriage.
Boy George seems to enjoy Christeene:
Gay hookup apps may be more dangerous than we expect. Vet carefully, cruisers.
40 years ago, playing a gay role could end a film career.
The tasteless tag artist in Dallas hit more than just the Legacy of Life Monument; they also hit the gay church.
North Dakota will fight to keep its marriage ban.
The anti-gay Minnesota Archbishop John Nienstedt has been accused of hoochie coochie with his subordinates.
A Pennsylvania principal cancelled a local production of “Spamalot” when he found out Lancelot is gay.
We aren’t saying that casting Cantone on “The View” sets the LGBTQ movement back 20 years, but it is a very retro move.
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