Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Porn stars, Catholic bishops and the National Equality March

Filed By Bil Browning | October 17, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

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From our extensive coverage of the National Equality March to meeting our goal of raising $5000 for No On 1/Protect Maine Equality by the last day of the reporting deadline (we raised almost $5600!), last week was killer for Bilerico Project. Here are the best posts from the past week:

Bilerico Nation

Going Deep with Porn Star Josh Griffin Filed by: Peter Monn and Alex Paredes (Bilerico-Indiana)
City of Miami Beach passes first reading of improved Human Rights Ordinance, 7-0 Filed by: Waymon Hudson (Bilerico-Florida)
National Equality March - Pride of a Different Sort Filed by: Michelle Marzullo (Bilerico-DC)


How I Never Came Out Filed by: David Badash
What Barack Obama really said about transgender rights Filed by: Rebecca Juro


Openly Gay Boyzone Singer Stephen Gately Dead at 33 Filed by: Prince Gomolvilas
The Fundie's Handbook Filed by: Mercedes Allen


The Chaos, Hubbub, and Order Scale Filed by: Paige Schilt
HRC's Rhode Island Avenue office vandalized: What does it mean? Filed by: Alex Blaze


Ardi, Apes, Creationists and the Evolution of LGBT Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren
LGBT Strategy: "My Way or the Highway"? Filed by: Waymon Hudson


6 Sure-Fire Ways to Improve Your Relationship Filed by: Michele O'Mara
Sen. Kay Hagan to Transgenders: I Will Have To "Carefully Consider" Your "Impacts" Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss


"I'm not racist, but you're black! Black, black, BLACK!" Filed by: Alex Blaze
A Lethal Love Letter from the Catholic Bishops of the USA Filed by: Father Tony

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