The AggreGAYtor: July 15
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
9:00AM, Tue. Jul. 15, 2014
Obama's fist-bump terrorism victim would have choice words for Perry, Singapore may get a little less colonial, and 'ex-gay' reparative therapy claims another victim, as your AggreGAYtor takes to feeling queer and gay.
Legal scholars agree: President Obama should not insert a religious exemption into his anti-discrimination order.
It’s too bad Rick Perry didn’t go to Franklin with President Obama (and we almost stuck this under "Fugly" after reading all those comments).
Illinois is trying to tackle LGBTQ homelessness.
California may soon be rid of the gay panic defense.
Singapore may soon be rid of its British colonial sodomy law.
Archie is about to celebrate his 75th birthday by taking a bullet for his gay friend.
42 years after being fired, a gay former schoolteacher gets an apology.
An awful “ex-gay” author has been arrested on molestation charges.
A Pulitzer-winning gay DREAMer author is being held on the Texas border.
LGBT Community Center of Charlotte NC has elected it first black chairperson, and some of the conversation has gotten fugly.
Scott Walker says marriage isn’t a big deal for Republican elected officials.