The real ‘LGBTQ Agenda’ in the queer quest to take over America

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The fear and loathing from anti-queer haters has no bounds, but the sheer paranoia in their version of our so-called “agenda” leads us to 10 things actually on our daily to-do lists. Turns out, the real “LGBTQ Agenda” looks a lot like everyone else’s lives, and that may be the best argument yet for codified equality.












Go to Work




Do Laundry


Walk the Dog




Prepare Meals


Pay Bills


Grocery Shopping



Watch TV/Play Video Games


Make Weekend Plans 

With Q magazine’s weekly Queer Agenda calendar.


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