The AggreGAYtor: August 7
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
By David Estlund,
11:30AM, Thu. Aug. 7, 2014
Oklahoma queers the pitch for marriage, Rice U gets a leg over, and Target goes pro-homo, as your AggreGAYtor sues everybody.
Oklahoma may be lucky number last when their marriage ban case goes before the supremes.
Rice University makes the Princeton Review’s list of 20 most LGBT-friendly universities, while Baylor and A&M stay on the worst list.
AGLIFF prepares to descend on the newly-renovated Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar.
LGBTQ service members will receive their own memorial at the Congressional Cemetery.
Queer people of color might have a thing or two to teach their white peers about priorities.
Uganda Pride is planning to move ahead Saturday, despite significant risks.
JD Samson is returning home to Cleveland for the Gay Games.
Target backs marriage equality.
Austin is ground zero for a nasty fight between marriage’s advocates and enemies.
Barney Frank thinks we’re making the perfect the enemy of the good on ENDA.
Texas GOP leaders just compared us to polygamists and sexual abusers. Again. Thanks.
Sore losers in Houston’s failed pro-discrimination referendum attempt are now suing the city.
Laura Ingraham says hormone therapy for trans kids is “child abuse.”