Alex Blaze

This week on Bilerico

Filed By Alex Blaze | April 04, 2009 7:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: bisexual, blogging, lesbian, LGBT, queer, round-up, transgender, web 2.0

Here are some posts you may have missed on the Bilerico Project this week:

Why weeding out the Gay is a good thing for the Roman Catholic Church by Father Tony

Two Words That Dare Not Speak Their Name: Income Inequality by Jeremy Bishop

Erotic Trans Embroidery by Tobi Hill-Meyer
Our Families Count by guest blogger and NGLTF Policy Institute director Jaime Grant

Teenage sex criminals, oh my! by Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore
On Civil Disobedience by Jeff Shang
The Deeping Chasm by Wyatt O'Brian Evans (Bilerico-DC)
The Catch 22 of Transgender Care and Acceptance by Amber Crowder (Bilerico-Indiana)

Utah Mandates All Children to Be Raised by LGBT People by Dana Rudolph
New iPod Shuffle Adapter is... DiScreet [Anal Probe] by Nathan Strang
I support gay marriage by Yasmin Nair
Rick Warren Comes Out, Throws Big Gay Circuit Party by Prince Gomolvilas

Barney Frank needed not to explain why he called Justice Scalia a homophobe by the Reverend Irene Monroe
The Jamaica Gleamer covers Boycott Jamaica by Alex Blaze

What Iowa Means To California by guest blogger and NCLR legal director Shannon Minter
Stop Playing "Kick the Can" with Don't Ask Don't Tell by John Shields (Bilerico-DC)

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