The AggreGAYtor: November 7
What happened today in gay? Here's your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
10:15AM, Thu. Nov. 7, 2013
Illinois becomes lucky number 15, Latter Day Saints and Texas get put in a tough spot, and we all wait for Hawaii to be number 16 (remember when they started the same-sex marriage conversation?), as your AggreGAYtor triggers bathroom panic everywhere.
Illinois wins the race to be the 15th state in the U.S. to recognize marriage equality!
Senator Mark Kirk of Illinois chose the ENDA debate to be his first speech since suffering a stroke last year.
A certain "Gay Place" blogger (named Rob) is in San Francisco to shoot “a movie” and is dispatching pictures like this. [NSFW]
The Chinese are even more cool with Thor-on-Loki romance than Marvel would be if this were a thing.
The LDS Church may soon be forced to come out on transgender issues. [Video autoplays]
Marriage equality matters for transgender folk. Here’s a handy chart.
Lambda Legal has issued guidelines for hospitals on working with transgender patients.
Coming out could actually help Maine gubernatorial candidate Michael Michaud’s chances.
The Texas gay divorce case may be headed for fugly, no matter what the decision.
The Colorado trans teen bathroom harassment hoax continues to be aired in conservative media.