Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Gay Geeks, Election Night, & Equality March Controversy

Filed By Bil Browning | November 07, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, controversy, Election Night, gay geeks, National Equality March, Weekly Reader

Thanks to this week's election night open thread and our liveblog of the Senate ENDA hearing, this was the highest traffic week ever on Bilerico Project. While those two posts were two of our highlights, out of the many posts published this week, here are some of the best:


Guess Who Just Played the Gay Card? Filed by: Adam Bink
Apples and Androids [Gay Geeks] Filed by: Nathan Strang


Why gay marriage IS the End of the World (or the queer world, at least) Filed by: Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore
Lessons for the marginalized Filed by: Amy Hunter


Equality March Co-Directors Resign; Group Reorganizes Amid Controversy Filed by: Bil Browning
How Do You Just Watch a Rape? Filed by: Terrance Heath


The Day After a Hard Night Filed by: Kate Kendell
Update: Statement on Gender Identity Disorder and Transvestic Fetishism in the DSM-V Filed by: Kelley Winters


Speaker Pelosi (and all your Democratic friends): I'm not waiting anymore. Filed by: Kip Williams
Marriage after Maine Filed by: Nan Hunter


The Top 10 Best Ballot Questions Ever Filed by: Alex Blaze
WWJD? Incite Hate Crimes Against LGBT People, according to this "Pastor" Filed by: Waymon Hudson

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Some great stuff this week.
Reading Kelly Winter's piece about the status of the re-worked GID section of the DSM-V is sort of like watching a horrible accident-you don't want to believe it's happening but, you can't take your eyes off it either.