Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Hugs, Honduras, & Grandma's Dress

Filed By Bil Browning | November 21, 2009 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, Honduras, Weekly Reader

While this week brought news that ENDA has been delayed for a few weeks, we didn't let that stop us from bringing you a ton of popular posts about almost every aspect of our community. Here are the best from this week.


The sexual politics of a hug Filed by: Cassandra Keenan
The DC Catholic Church's red herring Filed by: Nancy Polikoff


LGBT Resistance to the Coup in Honduras Filed by: Jessica Hoffmann
Toward a better understanding of age in the gay community Filed by: Alex Blaze


Don't Ask, Don't Tell: "Jess, Bend, Oregon, 2009" Filed by: Jeff Sheng
Needed: A Better Definition of Bigotry Filed by: Patricia Nell Warren


Jorge and Will: Tragedy and Hope Filed by: Kate Kendell
Simon LeVay and the Biology of Sexual Orientation Filed by: Betty Greene Salwak


In My Grandmother's Dress Filed by: Father Tony
What will President Obama do about that pesky federal Prop 8 suit? Filed by: Phil Reese


Irene Vilar's Impossible Motherhood: Testimony of an Abortion Addict Filed by: Paige Schilt
Historic Declaration of Christian Conscience? Filed by: Donna Pandori

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