The AggreGAYtor: July 10
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
9:45AM, Thu. Jul. 10, 2014
Colorado has its sweet 16, Ukraine gets shady, and Porno Pete summons disapproval where he can, as your AggreGAYtor samples the umami.
Even white evangelical Protestants, the least marriage-affirming Christian group, are starting to catch up.
Colorado becomes state number 16 to lose its anti-gay marriage ban.
The Pride flag is not just about advertising gay-itude; it’s about the struggle for inclusivity and representation.
Laverne Cox has a new gig, and it looks like a good one.
SCOTUS Justice Samuel Alito kicked back an effort to reinstate Pennsylvania’s marriage ban.
Being gay is no longer in itself a radical act, and that’s a good thing.
Male, female, or somewhere in between, we’re all still algae.
President Bush’s relationship to gay staffers and advisors: It’s complicated.
The situation is pretty rough for LGBTQ Ukrainians.
“Porno Pete” LaBarbera is upset about Michael Sam’s success and happiness.
It Came from the Tubes
In honor of all the delicious new ramen shops popping up all over town: