Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Fred Phelps, cisgender madness, and an offended reader

Filed By Bil Browning | September 19, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

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

We had some fantastic guest posts by LGBT leaders this week on Bilerico Project. Toni Broaddus, Executive Director of the Equality Federation, penned an open letter to Cleve Jones about the federal vs state approach to LGBT rights. Kip Williams and Robin McGehee, Co-Directors of the National Equality March, weighed in the next day in response. Equality California's Executive Director Geoff Kors asked Projectors what the group's priorities should be for next year and Gays United Network founder Nakhone Keodara wrote about unexploded cluster bombs in Laos.

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5 reasons why same-sex marriage in D.C. would be huge Filed by: Guest Blogger Michael Jones (Bilerico-DC)
Phelps clan says they'll picket in Indy Filed by: Bil Browning (Bilerico-Indiana)
FL Fundraiser to Prevent LGBT Teen Suicide Gets a Surprising Supporter: Tim "I hate gay people" Hardaway? Filed by: Waymon Hudson (Bilerico-Florida)


Are We Ready? Arguments Against ENDA (Part II) Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Leaving Out Part of the Liebovitz Story Filed by: Terrance Heath


Comments on Bilerico sites Filed by: Bil Browning
Bilerico-DC's Dan O'Neill Makes The Advocate Filed by: Michael Crawford


The Dawn of LGBT Equality Filed by: Diane Silver
Joan Walsh @ Salon: The Blackening of the president Filed by: Pam Spaulding


Deja Vu All Over Again Filed by: Dana Rudolph
Atlanta Eagle raided by cops. Why? Filed by: Gloria Brame Ph.D.


Cisgender madness! Filed by: Alex Blaze
My Offended Reader in Maine Filed by: Father Tony


Queer linguistics are just that - linguistics Filed by: Austen Crowder
Another day of sobriety Filed by: Gloria Nieto

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