The AggreGAYtor: January 29
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
9:30AM, Wed. Jan. 29, 2014
Utah gets ready to rumble, Madrid gets gay cowboys, and Ellen gets a pilot, as your AggreGAYtor tunes in to watch hir stories.
We're just bustin' our buttons over the fact that our very own Rude Mechs are killing at Lincoln Center.
LGBTQ rights are moving forward, at least some of them.
Telenovela star Sebastian Ligarde got married, in Texas, to a man.
Grab the popcorn; Utah is getting ready to put on a pro- vs. anti-gay show.
"Tristan, Isolde, Jack, Ennis – they all don't understand what's happening to them but are all prepared to die for the love they feel."
Cuba might not be a great escape for fascist anti-gay vigilantes, but it’s not great for queers either.
As same-sex marriage approaches in England, its national church remains gridlocked on the issue.
India’s Supreme Court has declined to review the nation’s recently-restored sodomy ban.
Ellen DeGeneres may soon have her very own sitcom on TV… starring a lesbian.
Houston’s KPFT host Jimmy Carpenter has passed away.
President Obama's executive order leaves no ENDA in sight, but makes a good move on wages.
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