Bil Browning

Oh, what a week it's been on Bilerico

Filed By Bil Browning | March 28, 2009 6:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
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This has to be one of the most stressful and tiring weeks I've had as a blogger and editor. Even through a hacker attack, Bilerico contributors continued to submit quality content and the Projectors offered support. Thanks so much for everything, y'all.


Should Straight People Be Allowed in Gay Spaces? Filed by: Aidan Tharp (B-IN)
What Does Your Taste in Music Say About Your Intelligence (or Lack Thereof)? Filed by: Prince Gomolvilas
The Kids Aren't Alright : The Gay Marriage Movement and its Manipulation of Children and Youth Filed by: Yasmin Nair


Has the Push for Civil Equality Killed the Quest for Sexual Freedom? Filed by: Guest Blogger David Phillips (B-DC)
Allies Aren't 'Homophobes' or 'Transphobes' For Telling The Truth Filed by: Monica Roberts
Going to the Moon and GLBT Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren


To Merge Or Not To Merge: Is That the Question? Filed by: Guest Blogger Dixon Osburn
Civil Rights Death Watch Filed by: Terrance Heath


Victory In Gainesville: Voters Reject Fear Tactics and Discrimination Filed by: Nadine Smith (B-FL)
Breaking: HRC board issues statement on new ENDA policy Filed by: Bil Browning
Whose Goodwill? Filed by: Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore


My $.02 on the Bilerico/death threat controversy Filed by: Alex Blaze
What Transmisogyny Looks Like Filed by: Tobi Hill-Meyer


Bilerico Went Dark: What Happened? Filed by: Michael Crawford

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