The AggreGAYtor: November 25
What happened today in gay? Here's your QILTBAG recap of queer news.
1:11PM, Mon. Nov. 25, 2013
India shows some fierce pride, Romney squares off against marriage, and Ecuador and Uganda tell gays, "You in danger, gurl," as your AggreGAYtor goes on a carb binge.
India is holding queer pride parades in several cities today; there has been much progress in the last four years, but there is a long way to go.
The Methodist minister who officiated at the wedding of his gay son is suspended, and now faces a difficult decision.
Anti-gay “conversion therapy” quacks in the U.S. do lots of silly things, but in Ecuador, they allegedly rape, torture, and sometimes kill their patients.
Uganda may have shelved its “kill the gays” bill, but it’s still not a safe place for us.
A 43-year-old former police LGBT community liaison and a 17-year-old anti-bullying advocate, who was recently recognized by President Obama, have been arrested on charges of sex with a 14-year-old teen. Conservatives make hay.
Mitt Romney, former ally, has pledged his opposition to LGBTQ equality.