The AggreGAYtor: October 28

What happened today in gay? Here’s your QILTBAG recap of queer news.

Why is Peter LaBarbera so obsessed with sex?
Why is Peter LaBarbera so obsessed with sex? (Image via boxturtlebulletin.com)

Bill and Ted end their problematic adventure, Peter LaBarbera thinks gay is gross, and Colorado gets a dose of common sense, as your AggreGAYtor detects a hint of Tobi Vail in the air.

The Good

A Texas judge has left the Republican party because they’re so mean to queer folk.

The United States is officially sanguine about LGBTQ rights in Europe at large, but is concerned about the rollbacks in Russia and former Soviet states.

In Colorado, sportsmanship is a family value.

Marriage equality presses forward in multiple states.

Universal Studios has cancelled its annual Bill and Ted Halloween show because it is tired dated awful homophobic, racist, and includes rape references.

The Bad

Queer and transgender teens face disproportionately high rates of sexual harrassment.

U.S. Catholic schools have recently gone on a firing spree.

Queer teens’ identity data are for sale.

The Fugly

Peter LaBarbera calls ‘Not All Like That’ Christians tools of Satan.

It Came from the Tubes

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