Bil Browning

This post is a "must read"

Filed By Bil Browning | February 28, 2009 7:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: ENDA, ex-gay, Florida State Legislature, gay bashing, gay history, gay marriage, gay sex, hate crimes against LGBT people, naked men, queer, relationship advice, ROTC, The L Word, This American Life, transgender, war photograph

This has been a great week for Bilerico Project. On Tuesday, the Washington Post named us one of four "must read" LGBT blogs "rebooting the gay rights movement in a decentralized, spontaneous, bottom-up way." To prove we've earned the honor, here are the best posts from this week. They're all "must reads."


The Digital Archive Filed by: Eric Leven
Classic War Photograph? Filed by: Terrance Heath


A College Frat Boy & The Kiss of Dismissal Filed by: Steve Ralls
This American Life On Transgender Children Filed by: Dana Rudolph
Holding "Ex-Gay" Programs Legally Liable For Harm Filed by: Michael Hamar (B-DC)


With son's sex arrest queries resurfaces about Bishop T. D. Jakes's sexuality Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe
How to get the spark back in your relationship Filed by: Michele O'Mara
It's a Dirty Word Filed by: guest blogger Josh Verbeke (B-IN)


How Gay Marriage Put an End to Gay Sex Filed by: Yasmin Nair
Naked people Filed by: Bil Browning


Let's Define Our Terms: Bashing Filed by: Scott Kaiser
Colorado Republican and Democrat: No HIV screening for sluts! Filed by: Alex Blaze
Far right targets Pro-Equality Florida Legislators Filed by: Nadine Smith (B-FL)


Hate Crimes & ENDA: Bad Bills Come and Bad Bills Go Filed by: guest blogger Kathy Padilla
They've Killed Jenny Filed by: Kate Clinton

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