The AggreGAYtor: July 8
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 9:30AM, Tue. Jul. 8
Sochi gets denuded, Australia confirms our suspicions, and the ancient Greeks shove things down our throats, as your AggreGAYtor scrapes the palimpsest.
Killeen’s former Mayor Dan Corbin (R) denounces the newly-ensconced platform planks.
Friday is the National Gay Blood Drive; ask a straight person (or lesbian) to donate for you and push to end the blood ban.
A secret Sochi gay doc is coming to EPIX.
A new Australian study confirms: the kids are alright.
The world’s oldest erotic gay graffiti has been found, and the Greeks were right.
Iranians are going to Turkey for a chance to speak out.
Orlando may soon protect its trans workers.
UN staffers will now receive due marriage benefits.
Tyler Perry has trademarked “What would Jesus do?” Hopefully good will come of it.
The gay-friendliest TV writer has outed himself.
Ukraine loses Kiev Pride.
Assimilation does not equal liberation.
Joan Rivers digs in her heels.
Poor Uganda is feeling misunderstood.