Bil Browning

Weekly Reader: Pride Month, Nibblers, & the Palestinian/Israeli Conflict

Filed By Bil Browning | June 12, 2010 6:00 PM | comments

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Tags: best of Bilerico, israel, israeli, nibblers, palestine, palestinian conflict, pride month, Weekly Reader

It's Pride month and, wow, can we tell. No one sticks around for Saturdays in June. I can probably say something outrageous and silly here and no one would notice. Meh. I'm going to the parade; these popular posts from this week can keep you company while we're gone:


Sex Reassignment Surgery: When things go wrong Filed by: Amy Hunter
Robin McGehee, Kip Williams and Me on GetEqual Filed by: Karen Ocamb


What I'd Like To See From GetEqual Filed by: Dr. Jillian T. Weiss
Is Lt Choi a gay hero? Does GetEqual know what they're doing? Filed by: Guest Blogger Mark Segal


Queers Against Israeli Apartheid turning up the heat on Pride Toronto Filed by: R. Conrad
Let's Call The Democrats What They Really Are: The Nibbler Party Filed by: Rebecca Juro


On agendas, loyalties, cult of personality and an end of the old dichotomy in the LGBT community Filed by: Phil Reese
Why Judge Walker's Questions Are Important Filed by: Nan Hunter


Confusion: How the LGBT movement still refuses to have a real ideological debate Filed by: Alex Blaze
Two Worlds: The Israeli/Palestinian Conflict Filed by: Lisa Weiner-Mahfuz


LGBT Pride Month: What have you done today to make you feel proud? Filed by: Michael Crawford
The Grio's Trans Free LGBT Leaders List Filed by: Monica Roberts

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