The AggreGAYtor: July 22
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 1:00PM, Tue. Jul. 22
Obama rolls out protections for LGBTQ federal employees (cue apocalypse), the Gay Games roll up on Cleveland, and Matt Barber shares a precious fever dream, as your AggreGAYtor despoils the Twin Cities.
President Obama signed historic protections for LGBTQ employees of federal contractors, and ditched religious loopholes.
Use tacky language? British rugby teams will make you a better person.
Kids move to the fore in the marriage war.
The Gay Games are coming up, and Cleveland is ready.
Nashville now has a queer-friendly wedding expo.
A trans minister in Waco finds a congregation who accepts her for who she is.
Nearly 100 AIDS researchers and advocates died aboard Malaysia Airlines flight 17.
What happens to the rights we would have already had after marriage equality arrives?
An L.A. Clippers player’s trans sister has been murdered in an alley.
Matt Barber thinks we’re all about to turn the hoses on Christians, or shoot them all, or something.