Equality Roundup: Post-Turkey Tidbits

November 26, 2012 By Josh Steichmann

Still feeling fat and happy after Thanksgiving? Ate so much you had to undo the buckle on your hat? Here are a couple weeks worth of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender news and links, all roundup ready.

Cathleen Galgiani wins tight election. Galgiani, proudly out, won a squeaker in the San Joaquin Valley over Bill Berryhill, who now is off to answer campaign finance questions.

I Am: Trans People Speak Up is a wonderful collection of videos from trans folk that’s growing all the time.

Arts critic Alex Ross reflects on the changes to the LGBT community’s political progress.

Slate says marriage rout bigger than popularly reported. Michelangelo Signorile called it a landslide, and the NY Times called it a big leap. Frank Rich is less optimistic.

Gallup and The Williams Institute look at how the LGBT vote was crucial for broad wins.

The Lawyers, Guns and Money blog points out that liberals are finally winning the culture war.

Time Magazine also looked at the marriage wins.

A nice interview with National Center for Lesbian Rights Executive Director Kate Kendall.

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