The AggreGAYtor: January 1

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

We've yet to see whether he minces, but he's definitely got a no-metro thing going on.
We've yet to see whether he minces, but he's definitely got a no-metro thing going on. (Image via

Pasadena gets a little matrimony, Utah's latest foray takes an ugly turn, and a 90-minute Britney documentary features zero notes sung, as your AggreGAYtor swears off "Get Lucky" for 2014.

The Good

A gay marriage just happened on top of a Rose Parade float. Here’s video.

This should be a resolution list for all of us.

GLAAD highlights something interesting and positive in gaming.

Five states now mandate health coverage for gender reassignment.

Need a calendar for 2014? Here are seven.

The Bad

California trans protections are under threat. We’ll know the outcome in one week.

Utah’s attorney general is asking the supremes to halt the state’s destruction of straight marriage.

Michiganders are now getting married, but their marriages aren’t being recognized.

The Fugly

Conflating gays and Nazis is not family-friendly entertainment.

It Came from the Tubes

Has anyone ever heard Britney sing?

Oh, yeah:

In other news, Britney is already lip synching for her life in her Vegas show.

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