The AggreGAYtor: July 18
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 11:00AM, Fri. Jul. 18, 2014
Singapore steps its Archie up, Texas gets real confused over married couples, and Vancouver bucks a Catholic trend, as your AggreGAYtor throws Huntershade.
Jose Antonio Vargas tells his McAllen detention story.
Queer families have a new way to access LGBTQ-oriented children’s books.
Vancouver Catholic schools get trans bathroom equality.
Batgirl gets a trans character.
Texas presents a very confusing legal situation to married same-sex couples.
Millennials are having a hard time of it, but it’s even harder for the queer ones.
Marriage rights are not sufficient, but just ask Francesco Scavullo's lover: They’re necessary.
Nigeria’s new anti-rape law has a special clause to criminalize gay.
John Avarosis thinks the new 3% study that came out is false and misleading.
Wow, some North Carolina pastors have ugly things to say.
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development has cut off an immigrant rights group over ties to a marriage equality campaign.
Singapore thinks Archie is a filthy vile gay publication.