Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Teabaggers, Sherlock Holmes, & a Catholic Rebel

Filed By Bil Browning | January 09, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Weekly Reader
Tags: best of Bilerico, Catholic rebel, Sherlock Holmes, tea baggers, teabaggers, Weekly Reader

The first week back after the holidays is always the hardest, isn't it? Everyone is struggling to get back into the swing of things at school, work, or around the house as we clean up after hosting a bazillion family members. On TBP, we kept plugging along to bring you our award-winning posts like these:


Should We Scrap the Word "Transgender"? Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Saxx Apparel - it's a romper room for your boys Filed by: Nathan Strang


How a transgender prisoner gets tougher punishment because of her gender identity Filed by: Alex Blaze
Crazy tea baggers and liberal blogger friends Filed by: Jerame Davis


Sherlock Holmes sequel in jeopardy after Downey's gay comment Filed by: Bil Browning
Marriage equality safe in Iowa until at least 2014 Filed by: Joe Mirabella


Description, Affinity, Politics, and Identity Filed by: Antonia D'orsay
Scott Lively doesn't want you to think he hates you Filed by: Phil Reese


Ridicule, the federal jobs site, and an ENDA prescription Filed by: Bil Browning
16 Years Old And Already A Catholic Rebel Filed by: Father Tony


What are the best ways to show interest in someone? Filed by: Michele O'Mara
Death of Denise King is a Call to Our Community Filed by: Michael Emanuel Rajner

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