Bil Browning

Oh, what a week

Filed By Bil Browning | May 02, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, Weekly Roundup

What a week it's been for LGBT news! Not only did we bring you the latest headlines, we also served up a heaping helping of our contributors' opinion pieces. You won't want to miss any of these posts from this week. (Don't forget... If you can't make it to the site every day, you can also sign up for our Daily Digest e-mail and get them sent to your inbox every night at midnight!)


Facebook rejects lesbian movie ad Filed by: Bil Browning
Top ineffective ways to "convert" gay Christians Filed by: Guest Blogger Wendy


Torture: An LGBT Issue? Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren
New Outrage! documentary: Is outing justified? Filed by: Bil Browning


HIV+ People Be Aware of Swine Flu Filed by: Karen Ocamb
Photoshoot with Claudia Charriez Filed by: Jeff Sheng


When queer communities of color are not needed to win marriage rights Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe
Rep. Virginia Foxx Says Matthew Shepard Wasn't a Victim Of Hate Violence Filed by: Jeremy Bishop
Marriage Fight in DC Heating Up Filed by: Michael Crawford (B-DC)


Rep Andre Carson guest post on hate crimes & gay rights Filed by: Guest Blogger Congressman Andre Carson (D-IN)
Circumcision: A cut above the rest, or the cruelest cut of all? Filed by: Father Tony
Talbott Street jumps the shark, but it's a tiny one... Filed by: Jerame Davis (B-IN)


White House website de-gayed Filed by: Alex Blaze
The same as abolishing marriage? Filed by: Nancy Polikoff
Suing for discrimination or just for cash? Filed by: Father Tony (B-FL)

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