The AggreGAYtor: July 23
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund, 12:00PM, Wed. Jul. 23
The state-by-state rights rollout continues at an uneven pace, Russia and Idaho smack down LGBTQ activists, and the FRC whinges away, as your AggreGAYtor rips hir shred.
Maryland shifts to cover transgender medical needs.
Connecticut’s Jane Doe has started a discussion on prison reform.
Oklahoma’s marriage ban continues on its long fall.
Utah’s deposed marriage ban gets temporarily resuscitated.
Georga’s attorney general is trying to block the challenge to its marriage ban.
The recent reunion of Nirvana highlighted a “queer, feminist” side of the band.
Panic at the Disco shuts down Westboro.
Too many of us smoke, and it’s going to make us age prematurely.
Idaho’s “Four Words” anti-discrimination protesters have been sentenced.
A Russian court has ruled that an LGBTQ activist group is a “foreign agent.”
Why is the Family Research Council so obsessed with sex?
Austin’s queer music scene gets the Vice treatment. Research, honey, research. (The comments are a who's who of queer artists who play quite frequently in Austin.)