January 27, 2008

"this prayer," or, Why I Love Lynda Barry

Filed by Gina de Vries | January 27, 2008 | 11:25 PM | comments

I've been cleaning and re-organizing my room all weekend. While going through my pile of Things to Put Up On My Walls, I found a somewhat tattered photocopy of this amazing and heartbreaking Lynda Barry comic. Dispel any rumors you've...Read More

I'd like to be convinced but remain wary...

Filed by Brynn Craffey | January 27, 2008 | 9:52 PM | comments

So, Barack Obama has scored an incredible victory in South Carolina, receiving 55 percent of Democratic votes, to Clinton's 27 percent and Edwards's 18. According to exit polls, his margin of support was more than 4-to-1 among African American voters!...Read More


Some recommended reading

Filed by Bil Browning | January 27, 2008 | 3:44 PM | comments

Looking for something new to read? These blogs have been given the Bilerico stamp of approval recently... (Check out the other great blogs on our blogroll too!) Transgriot Indiana Barrister Life Lube Proceed At Your Own Risk (NSFW sometimes) Land...Read More

Mad TV makes Hillary show some love for Barack

Filed by Waymon Hudson | January 27, 2008 | 1:24 PM | comments

This just made me giggle. It’s a hilarious Mad TV spoof of the "Umbrella" song featuring Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. The name should say it all: "Under Barack Obama"... bama bama, eh eh eh... I guarantee you'll be singing...Read More

RSU on Obama's Victory in South Carolina

Filed by Serena Freewomyn | January 27, 2008 | 12:25 PM | comments

I love these guys! iPhone users: Click to watch video in YouTube App Bill Clinton loosing his cool? Yes, please! Someone get that on tape and upload it to Youtube!...Read More

Coming to a theater near you

Filed by Edward Fox | January 27, 2008 | 10:56 AM | comments

Recently there was a dust up on lists and blogs in and around Indy about the inclusion of The Gendercator in the upcoming LGBT film festival. Many people stated that the film was transphobic and should be pulled from the...Read More

The Oscar Question: To Be or Not to Be

Filed by Serena Freewomyn | January 27, 2008 | 9:58 AM | comments

With the Writers' Guild strike stretching into its third month, the state of this year's Oscars is highly debated. Officially, the Academy is saying that "the show will go on," but if the writers' strike doesn't end by Oscar time,...Read More

Kucinich Drops Out of Race

Filed by Serena Freewomyn | January 27, 2008 | 9:41 AM | comments

Representative Dennis Kucinich announced on Friday that he is dropping out of the presidential race to focus on his Congressional re-election campaign. During the presidential campaign, Mr. Kucinich often noted that he was the only Democrat who had voted against...Read More

Barack Obama: I Believe in What This Country Can Be

Filed by Michael Crawford | January 27, 2008 | 9:06 AM | comments

This is one of the most inspiring political speeches I have ever heard. Barack Obama scored a big win over Hillary Clinton in South Carolina. On to Super Tuesday! iPhone users: Click to watch video in YouTube App...Read More

Best of the Best

Filed by Serena Freewomyn | January 27, 2008 | 8:47 AM | comments

If you had a busy week like I did, you might have missed some of the best posts from last week. So here's your friendly weekly round up. Yippee ka yay! Monday Is There Nothing the HRC Won't Exploit? -...Read More


Barack Obama: Homotextual

Filed by Ed Team | January 27, 2008 | 8:09 AM | comments

"We have fine candidates in the field - fierce competitors, worthy of respect and our admiration. And as contentious as this campaign may get, we have to remember that this is a contest for the Democratic nomination, and that all...Read More

My Next Ex-Boyfriend

Filed by Michael Crawford | January 27, 2008 | 7:28 AM | comments

Isn't Francesco D'Macho the sweetest porn star you could ever hope to meet?...Read More

Stella Walsh's Secret

Filed by Monica Roberts | January 27, 2008 | 4:00 AM | comments

When the Beijing Olympic Games kick off in August we will hopefully see history made with the first open transgender athlete to win a medal. Note I said open. Hall of Fame sprinter Stella Walsh competed in the 1932 and...Read More