The AggreGAYtor: October 2
What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
2:23PM, Wed. Oct. 2, 2013
Tilda Swinton always wins, Scott Lively probably loses, and Microsoft issues takebacks, as your AggreGAYtor indulges in a culture of death.
Kaiser’s trans-inclusive changes may be a sign of positive changes coming soon.
Sir Ian McKellen has some choice words for the IOC.
Next year’s GaymerX convention has set a date. Soon to be announced: a kickstarter to send local queer journalists.
The Jonas Brothers: Miley killed twerk.
Magical unicorn faerie fey Tilda Swinton has donated $2,000 for a Russian queer activist’s funeral.
Quacks in New Jersey want to get back into the quack therapy business.
Tony Perkins, president of right-wing hate group the Family Research Council, keeps talking.
Grindr got an update, and many of us are more upset by that than the government shutdown.
Scott Lively is running for governor of Massachusetts, because everyone else is perpetuating a homosexual culture of death.
Two rules for comedy: rape jokes and jokes that dehumanize people are never a good idea.
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