Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Roman Polanski, funny bracelets & old perverts

Filed By Bil Browning | October 03, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best gay blog posts, best of Bilerico, roundup, Weekly Reader

Are you going to the National Equality March or live in DC? If so, don't forget about the Bilerico Project blogger meetup (and my birthday party!). We'll be having our bash Friday Oct 9 at the Hotel Helix lounge; there will be alcohol served, but you don't have to be 21 to get in the door. You can RSVP on Facebook. I hope to see you there - how great would it be to celebrate my birthday with hundreds of friends?

Bilerico Nation

Congresswoman Norton Issues Statement on DC's Marriage Equality Bill Filed by: Michael Crawford (Bilerico-DC)
Maggie Gallagher's husband not welcome at NOM event? Filed by: Donna Pandori (Bilerico-IN)
Gay Bar Raids: A Double Standard Filed by: Jesse Monteagudo (Bilerico-FL)


A woman's life was simpler in sexist ads Filed by: Gloria Brame Ph.D.
Zipster on old, gay perverts Filed by: Alex Blaze


Gay military billboard destroyed in Memphis Filed by: Alex Blaze
Why Polanski, After All These Years? Filed by: Brynn Craffey


Banned Books Week -- 10 LGBT Books to Keep Unbanned Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren
Hanging citizen journalists out to dry: shield-law amendment excludes unpaid bloggers Filed by: Pam Spaulding


When Is a Bracelet Not a Bracelet? Filed by: Prince Gomolvilas
Injustice for Florida Family Filed by: Dana Rudolph


Marriage Equality Bill Introduced in Illinois Senate: Matches House Version Filed by: Phil Reese
He's 20 And He's Worried Filed by: Father Tony


UPDATED: Prominent Midwestern LGBT Activist Accused of Embezzling $5.9 Million Filed by: Bil Browning
The things you find on Craigslist: closet contortionists Filed by: Gloria Brame Ph.D.

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