Bil Browning

The Best of Bilerico Project this week

Filed By Bil Browning | February 21, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: Facebook, gay marriage, GLAAD, Indiana governor, Join the Impact, Justin Cole, Lansing, Mara Keisling, Minnesota, Nick Shalosky, Radical Faeries, Ryan Skipper, sexual harrassment, Slavery, social media, Suze Orman, Twitter

What a week on Bilerico Project! This week social networking and new media seemed to be the topic everyone was talking about, but we had several great posts on other topics too! Here's the best posts from last week that you should check out if you missed them:


Slavery and Semantics Filed by: Terrance Heath
Join the Impact? What impact? Filed by: Guest Blogger Elián Maricón


I don't agree with that Suze Orman video everyone loves! Filed by: Alex Blaze
NCTE's Mara Keisling sits down for a Q&A Filed by: Bil Browning
10 Toys that Made You Gay Filed by: Michael Crawford (B-DC)


Justin Cole: The future of LGBT organizing Filed by: Bil Browning
Things that make you go HUH?: Minnesota's gay Republican will not vote for marriage equality bill Filed by: Waymon Hudson
The Next Governor of Indiana Filed by: Douglas Meagher (B-IN)


Twitter, Facebook, blogs and the future of the LGBT movement Filed by: Jerame Davis
Facebook Got Me Elected: How the New Media Helped Make Me the the First Openly-Gay Official in South Carolina Filed by: Guest Blogger Nick Shalosky


Schadenfreude of the Day: Fox News Host Vs. Lansing Mayor Filed by: Jeremy Bishop
The dangers of sexual harassment law reflected in verdict for firefighters Filed by: Nan Hunter
Witness: Ryan Skipper Killed Because He was Gay Filed by: Nadine Smith (B-FL)


GLAAD: Get on Track and Fight Back! Filed by: Cathy Renna
Who's History? My Curious Encounter with the Radical Faeries Filed by: Karen Ocamb

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