While it may seem that there is no news today beside Prop 8 news, that just isn’t true. Here’s your Fast Five Fix:
- Remember gay Republican presidential candidate Fred Karger? He made it onto the California primary ballot, which is big news for his team. He was also let on the ballots in New Hampshire, Michigan, Maryland and North Carolina.
- Speaking of Michigan, the American Independent says that a poll in my home state showing a majority of residents opposed to partner benefits for same-sex couples may have been faulty.
- Why is CBS receiving an award from a conservative group called Accuracy In the Media?
- Speaking of CBS, they’re reporting the Uganda “Kill The Gays” bill has been introduced, even though the Blade was given assurances last month it was dead.
- Rainbow Times reports that federal officials gathered to address trans violence and health care in Puerto Rico.
Finally, Mark S. King of “My Fabulous Disease” takes on HIV criminalization by imagining a conversation between an HIV+ man and a sexual partner he did not disclose his status to: