July 23, 2007

YouTube/CNN debate highlights

Filed by Alex Blaze | July 23, 2007 | 11:51 PM | comments

The YouTube/CNN debate happened tonight. Two LGBT/queer-related questions were asked, both about marriage. Here's the first: The answer and two other questions are after the jump....Read More

Woman fired for transitioning

Filed by Alex Blaze | July 23, 2007 | 11:01 PM | comments

From the Daily Mail: Vikki-Marie Gaynor, 37, who was born a man, claims bosses started cancelling his shifts when he dropped his old name, Mike, and started wearing women's clothes, earrings and make-up to work. The harassment by coworkers...Read More

Without Prejudice?

Filed by Bil Browning | July 23, 2007 | 9:27 PM | comments

Game Show Network has a new show called "Without Prejudice." This odd construction features five contestants and a panel of five judges. Both sets of people are just ordinary folks - no celebrities. The contestants reveal more and more about...Read More

Reggae DJ says he never signed Stop Murder Music agreement

Filed by Alex Blaze | July 23, 2007 | 5:34 PM | comments

A month ago I posted about the agreement Stop Murder Music thought it had made with three major reggae recording artists to stop making music about killing gays. Well, Beenie Man is already denying that he made any such agreement....Read More

Hairspray Review

Filed by Michael Buckley | July 23, 2007 | 3:20 PM | comments

Hairspray Review & Gymnastics Routine!...Read More


Yes, Virginia, there really is a TBP social networking site or two

Filed by Bil Browning | July 23, 2007 | 3:13 PM | comments

For all of our readers and contributors that love networking and web 2.0, allow me to present our MySpace page and our Facebook group. You can also make us a favorite on Technorati here. Plus, you'll notice on each individual...Read More

If the NAACP Can Bury the N-Word, Could the F-Word be Too Far behind?

Filed by H. Alexander Robinson | July 23, 2007 | 2:00 PM | comments

For the third year in a row, the National Black Justice Coalition proudly and pro-actively participated in the NAACP annual convention. Once again NBJC hosted a prominent tradeshow booth where staff members spoke to hundreds of people and distributed many...Read More

Quiet and Lonely in the Hills

Filed by Guest Blogger | July 23, 2007 | 10:51 AM | comments

(This guest post comes to us from David Mixner, former strategist and adviser to several presidential campaigns, including those for McGovern, Clinton, and Gephardt. He currently works as an activist for AIDS, LGBT rights, and wildlife. David writes from Turkey...Read More

Where 3 or more are gathered in the name of bilerico...

Filed by Bil Browning | July 23, 2007 | 9:52 AM | comments

The connections life can throw your way are amazing. Between blogging and gay rights activism, I meet some incredible people. Yesterday I met contributor Mara Keisling for the first time face-to-face and, truly, have you ever really met someone just...Read More

Lunchin' at the Q - I face the challenge

Filed by Don Sherfick | July 23, 2007 | 8:30 AM | comments

Those of you who read this site regularly know that I have not been quiet concerning my reservations about the term “queer”, especially when people within the LGBT community proudly apply it to themselves as our adversaries look on. Alex...Read More

Sugar-Frosted Mercury Corn Bombs! Part of a balanced breakfast.

Filed by Storm Bear | July 23, 2007 | 8:12 AM | comments

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YGST: Christian "activists"

Filed by Bil Browning | July 23, 2007 | 8:02 AM | comments

Watch what happens when the first Hindu cleric opens the United States Senate in prayer. Oh, those "Christian activists." I'd call them bigots instead. (Thanks to Stormy for suggesting this one!)...Read More


New contributor

Filed by Alex Blaze | July 23, 2007 | 7:12 AM | comments

We have a new contributor at the Project: H. Alexander Robinson, CEO of the National Black Justice Coalition. The NBJC is the first national Black LGBT advocacy group in the country, and we're happy to have their CEO on board...Read More


Homotextual: Ken Livingstone

Filed by Ed Team | July 23, 2007 | 7:11 AM | comments

"Any attack on rights of lesbian and gay people undermines all of our human rights. This is why it is important to support LGBT equality, challenge discrimination and celebrate diversity in this country, so that London sets a world-class benchmark...Read More