The AggreGAYtor: July 1
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
9:30AM, Tue. Jul. 1, 2014
Pride goes nationwide, veterans may get improved representation, and Dallas shows us the world's worst tag art, as your AggreGAYtor empties every ashtray.
Watch the clips below. They’re good.
Wherein a roundup of the Most Important Take-Aways From the 2014 Texas Democratic Party State Convention held last week in Dallas refers to marriage equality as "banal" – and it's a good thing.
The National Veterans Advisory Committee may soon be required to include LGBT members.
California’s quackery ban stands.
Here’s a quick roundup of this past weekend's Pride parades, with lots of pretty pictures.
Chicago Pride was extra-exuberant in celebrating their recent freedom to marry.
True Blood commits to gay titillation to the last drop.
Internalized HIV-phobia needs to be driven from our community if we’re going to beat the virus.
Yes, the anti-LGBTQ discrimination President Obama is trying to end among federal contractors is real.
Yes, we support the legalization of the miniskirt, but LGBTQ civil equality is different.
Dallas’ "Legacy of Love" monument has been defaced.