The AggreGAYtor: December 11

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

Annise Parker is ready to bring out the big guns.
Annise Parker is ready to bring out the big guns.

Texas Lady Democrats team up, India may yet break colonial rule, and John Cornyn's opponent serves up serious weird, as your AggreGAYtor hangs with Gandalf.

The Good

Annise Parker has Wendy Davis’ back (but acknowledges a harsh reality in the Lone Star State).

India may soon remove its British-colonial “unnatural acts” provision altogether.

The Bad

Possibly half of Texas’ gay men are in the closet, possibly still forcing themselves into terrible fake marriages, in part due to Texas’ repressive legal environment.

John Cornyn faces a serious primary challenge, from the extreme fringe right.

If Elton John can visit Russia, why can’t Sir Ian McKellen?

The Fugly

According to this Michigan GOP official, gays don’t deserve insurance because AIDS.

Why is Jesus so obsessed with sex?

It Came from the Tubes

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LGBT, News, Gay, Queer, Gay, Lesbian, Trans*, Sochi, Russia, Ian McKellen, Annise Parker, Wendy Davis, John Cornyn

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