by Steve Haruch
On a new interactive map over at the Guardian U.K. titled "Gay rights in the US, state by state," the more faint the color, the fewer protections afforded gays by law. Perhaps not surprisingly, Tennessee, along with the greater Southeast, looks awfully pale. Maybe we just should be glad there's no band on the graph for "mentioning the existence of homosexuality at all"?
View the full map at the Guardian.